All classes have work set
- Mathswatch – videos and worksheets years 7 8 9 10 and 11
- Corbett maths – videos and worksheets
- Maths genie -A Level maths work
- Worksheets issued to pupils at school
- Moodle – you login with your name and year of entry.
- Please contact us if you have any queries. Thank you and stay safe from Ms Auchterlonie
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Visit the website to find out more about the poster competition. Entries can either be handed in to me or entered via the website.
Students to complete Homework sheet which is stuck in exercise books. Simplifying and substituting
The class have a test on Thursday 28th November on the topics we have studied since September. Students have been given a revision booklet with questions to do and have their maths exercise books to help them. We will look at these questions on Wednesday, prior to the test on Thursday.
Homework sheet stuck in exercise books on multiplying large numbers. Students to use Standard or Grid method.
Add your own design to the Rangoli sheet above handed out in lesson. Add colour thinking about using tertiary and complementary colours.
See the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkEHm5g6Khc to see a design being made.
You could always have a go and make one yourself.
Present the info you have collected on Islamic art or Orla Kiely.
In the lesson you have created a background and collected coloured papers. Cut out your images and mount them with the coloured paper. Add a title and write out the facts you found. In the space try to create your own version of the work – you could use cut coloured paper shapes, colouring pencils, watercolours or any other materials you have. See examples below
Please come up to lunch on Mon, Wed or Fri lunchtime for help or to use materials.
Students to complete homework on multiples and factors, which is stuck in their books.
Tertiary Colour sheets
Colour in sheet provided – follow link to print again if needed (3 difficulty levels).
Please bring to your next lesson
Homework sheet stuck in maths exercise books.
Q1) Adding and subtracting negative numbers – use a number line to help
Q2) Multiplying negative numbers.
Q3) Extension homework for those willing to have a go.