Year 9 Week 3

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All Subjects Summary

Below you will find a brief summary of all the work that has been set for this week.   Please use the links below to go to subject areas which contain summary sheets, These will be updated as the week’s progress.

The links contain files which will have more detail on the work for each subject along with the resources that may be needed. We appreciate not everyone will have printers at home so students should feel free to simply write out the completed work on blank paper and look to have the correct headings for when this is brought into school. We would recommend trying to keep all the work that has been completed in the subject books which students all have or if on pieces of paper all within 1 folder.

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.


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(These locations are updated directly by teaching staff week by week)

All Subjects in Year 9 (Links to Top Level Folder)


Subject Google Classroom Code Activities Resources Location


Individual Class Teachers for your code

Complete activities on pgs. 32-37 of your Macbeth work book.

-Annotate Scenes 3 and 4 from Google Classroom

-Fill in the Summary box for Act 2 in your Macbeth booklet pg. 14

-Fill in quotations for these scenes on pg. 22

-Complete character profiles for witches pg. 6 and King Duncan pg. 7

All resources can be found on school website

-Macbeth text book, exercise book.

-Annotations of Act 1, on Google Classroom for students 

– Mr Bruff Macbeth Play list videos available at: Mr Bruff Youtube Macbeth playlist. See link in activity on the left

All resources can be found here


Individual Class Teachers for your code

Net Surface area

Arcs and sectors 

Pythagoras’ theorem



Individual Class Teachers for your code

Individual classes are working on different work please refer to google classroom

Topics include:

  • Organisation and digestive system
  • Organic chemistry
Google ClassroomKerboodle

General Summary Here

tqtgnmo The work for this week has been set as an assignment so you can send it back when you have completed it.

  • Complete the tasks on pg 6 and 7.
  • Read and highlight the mind map on pg 8. Complete the tasks on this page.
  • Pg 9 – highlight the text on religious explanations of disease and complete tasks. 
  • Pg 10 – highlight the text on leprosy and complete the task

Progress check – complete the multiple choice quiz (set as an assignment)

Google Classroom


Y9 Geography Coasts Booklet:

  • MG G1-3: complete pages 2-5 of the workbook, using pages 1-10 of the textbook to help you.
  • MG G4-9: complete pages 2-6 of the workbook, using pages 1-10 of the textbook to help you
  • Y9 Geography Coasts Booklet found on the school Website (in both Word and pdf formats)
  • ‘Y9 Coasts Textbook Pages’ found on the school website (pdf format)


N/A Complete lesson 1 from the workbook: Religion & World Issues
Workbook: Religion & World Issues found on google drive via website link

ftc7x37 FRENCH 

  • Learn this week’s vocab for French.
  • Recap the Simple Future tense using Languages Online
  • Analyse a text using the future tense.
  • Read the two texts (attached) from Romain and Coralie and decide if the statements 1-8 below are vrai (true or faux (false).  
  • Translation task – look at the English sentences and the two possible French translations, which is correct?



  • Learn this week’s vocab Spanish.
  • Do the assignment “Las tribus urbanas” in Google classroom.
  • Extra content for those students with 4 lessons of Spanish a week: Go to GCSE Pods and do the assignment “las tribus urbanas” combined with the video about the present tense.



  • Learn this week’s vocab for French and Spanish.
  • Do the same tasks as above for the single linguists 
  • In Spanish do the same as above except for the extra content.
Google quiz and GCSE Pod
Vocab list is on Google ClassroomThe assignment will appear in the assignment section.

  1. Programming homework worksheet.
  2. Research shortcrust, flaky and choux pastry. Produce a factsheet explaining how they are made and what dishes they can be used for.
Resources can be found on Google Classroom and here

N/A Task 3 from worksheet – Food Art.

(this task might take longer than 50 minutes which would be one lesson, but the nature of the task would make it difficult to leave and continue working on later )

Please remember that you can complete this task purely on the computer using pictures of food or natural forms or a mixture of both.

Resources from the worksheet or found on the internet 

Use food/natural forms in the house

py7rsny How has Computing helped us manage the Coronavirus pandemic?

  • Read the article “Coronavirus: What if this had happened in 2005?”
  • Imagine if we didn’t have Zoom and Netflix for example.


  • Find at least TWO other examples of how Computing has had an impact on the Coronavirus pandemic situation. (For example Artificial Intelligence (AI), Computer Modelling and Fast Internet Broadband.)
  • Explain for each one
  1. a) What the technology is and how it works
  2. b) How you know it has helped? (What different ways has it had an impact?)
  3. c) What problems might we have if we didn’t have this technology? (To whom, and how?)
  • Produce the work as a google doc / word doc / or hand write and take a photo?
  • Then upload to Classroom!
There is a link to “Coronavirus: What if this had happened in 2005?”
found on Google Classroom

    • Nando’s Work out 2 – Beginner , intermediate and advanced challenges Choose an indoor or outdoor space which is suitable.
  • Follow the Chase PE twitter for frequent challenges from the PE department
  • Also look at completing the couch to 5Km. 
Nando’s workout Power point which can be found here
Performing Arts (Dance) mbfho6g Dance Tik Tok task  – Create a 15 Second original dance

Resources can be found on Google Classroom
Performing Arts (Music) xq6khh4
  • If you have chosen music to do this term, then first of all look at the booklet provided in Google Classroom. If possible, print this off so that you have a hard copy to hand at home. Read through all of the information so that you have an overview of what you will be learning.
  • Listen to some of the attached links to get an idea of the different genres of the 21st century.
  • Consider a genre from this period that you would like to find out about in more detail.
Resources can be found on Google Classroom
Performing Arts (Drama) mbfho6g
  • Death in Paradise:  Imagine a murder has taken place on your island. Write a play script in the style of a murder mystery story set in the 1920s 
  • Think about character and plot and Costumes/set
  • Watch BBC i-player – Death In Paradise show for ideas
  • Research mystery writers (e.g. Agatha Christie) – Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple  or  Midsommer Murders on ITV

Resources can be found on Google Classroom

Home Learning Task Find guidance here

N/A Students should watch the video or work though the powerpoint and then answer the questions or discuss them with others.

Find resources here