Year 7 Week 8

All Subjects Summary

Work resources are now located entirely on google classrooms, please ensure you have enrolled onto them and you are completing all work assigned.

If any of you are having difficulty completing work via google classroom please take a moment to watch this video:


 

Below you will find a brief summary of all the work that has been set for this week.

There is work for each of the lessons that students would have had at school, however, we would ask both guardians and students to consider wellbeing and although we would want the work to be completed to support their education when we return to school, please take time for other activities such as cooking, mindfulness etc and ensure exercise forms part of your everyday routine (Joe Wicks is leading a 9am workout every morning on the body coach you tube site.)

Although we feel that this school work is extremely important for all the students we also appreciate that their mental health is so important during these unknown times. We have recently sent an email to all students put together by the Mental Health Ambassadors, reminding students that there is information, advice and guidance on the Chase Care pages and useful numbers for organisations offering vital support such as Kooth.

 

If still experiencing technical difficulty please contact itsupport@chase.worcs.sch.uk

 

Subject Google Classroom Code Activities (See classroom resources)
7XG1 JS
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7XG2 HY/GS
bhaersm

7XG3 BD/LC
d4i4hbm

7XG4 BJ/GS
qkapom57YG1 BD/GS
2figgem

7YG2m GS/CK
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7YG3 GV/LC
qavrzpy

7YG4 GS/CK
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Rattlesnakes Hammered on the Wall’

  1. A poem by Ray Gonzalez.
  2. Complete task 1 and task 2.
  3. Complete task 3 or task 4.

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Individual Class Teachers for your code

Please see the individual classes for work 

All work is to be completed on MyMaths with deadlines set accordingly with ‘Online Homework’ completed to match the work. 

Topics include:

  1. Median and range
  2. Mean and mode
  3. All averages
  4. Drawing pie charts
  5. Reading pie charts
  6. Line graphs
  7. Frequency tables and bar charts
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Individual Class Teachers for your code

Various Topics as found on google classroom topics include:

Genes

Electromagnets

Reactions

Matter

Ecosystems

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Miss Brock- sytf7ge

Mr Rust- q22kxog

Ms Eberle- thhrsm

New topic- English Civil War.

What power did Parliament have?

  1. English Civil War task 
  2. Tudor/Stuart Family tree task
qfyhcg2 New topic Flooding 

Y7 Flooding Workbook lessons 1 + 2: To understand the processes involved in the water cycle and identify the key features of the water basin.

MG G1-3: pg.2-7

MG G4-9: pg.2-7

Mr Harrington Ctk4osb

Mrs A Geroge Plunkett   4kghpw4

Mrs Silvester ovnmv3w

Complete week 8 from the workbook: Judaism

To evaluate the importance of the Torah in everyday Jewish life

mateujj Study the presentation on days of the week and ‘me gusta’. This

includes some recap of –ar verbs and subjects, introduces days of

the week and the important grammar topic ‘me gusta’.

There’s also an extraordinary exclusive video that you won’t

want to miss.

After working through the presentation (and only after), complete the Google Forms quiz

Learn week two vocab for module 3

7XA – zblckue

7XB – f6ghgvi

7XC – ditjy2c

7XD – 72rnvyu

7XE – dfz7kkw

7YA – x25gcw2

7YB – n4oeogp

7YC – bhexpej

7YD – mhiufwj

7YE – gjacs3t

Brightsparks competition – Last week of this task

Please read the instructions that have been assigned to you.

 

You will need to fill in the entry form and design something that fits this design brief:

What will cities look like in 2050?

How will they be powered to be vibrant, healthy and clean places to live?

 

DEADLINE is the 5th JUNE

   

N/A The art lessons we are going to follow over the next few weeks are being done following the Oak National Academy. 

 

Follow the instructions for Lesson 1: Understanding the basics of line, shape and tone.

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-7/art#subjects

 

Learning to draw is the most essential part of any art work – communicating your ideas and thoughts through drawing 

 

Please make sure you do the questionnaire first

 

avtahad This is week 4 of iDEA, all students should be registered – (see the

instructions from previous weeks) and you should be making good progress working through your Bronze badge.

If you are just starting off then look at the advice above listed in Week 7.

If you are making good progress, then why not try to complete your Bronze Award this week and start your Silver Award?

We will be posting / publishing an Awards Roll of Honour at the end of the first week in June.

There are house points and praise postcards being issued for top

performing students.

Please contact Mr Cawthray if you have any questions.

acawthray@chase.worcs.sch.uk

7RU – yxkcl6v

7MY – nnwsnw2

7ED – 2f7miee

7CL – 6dhhggt

7PKN – f3pdgx4

7JBU – dd3mwbq

7BDV – hbylqkm

7ELV – oxdxokq

Task 1: Record yourself singing the first two verses of “Earth Song” (which you learned back in April) and submit it to be compiled into a group performance.

If you genuinely cannot record, email Mrs Livingstone (slivingstone@chase.worcs.sch.uk) and she will send you a separate assignment.

Task 2 (this week and next): Listening/Written levelled assessment – describe & compare two “songs with a message” in detail.

7X Boys and Girls-

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7Y Boys

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7Y Girls

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This is week 2 of a two week piece of work

Assignment 2- Progressive Personal Fitness Training log which can be found on the google classroom. 

There are also some fitness challenges that can be fund on the classroom to try

jo3d5en Coming soon
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