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Ss John Fisher and Thomas More
Roman Catholic High School

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Let all our bright
colours shine.

Science Homework

Here are the top 14 reasons why Homework is important: 

  1.  It improves your child’s thinking and memory 

  1.  It helps your child develop positive study skills and habits that will serve him or her well throughout life 

  1.  Homework encourages your child to use time wisely 

  1.  It teaches your child to work independently 

  1.  Homework teaches your child to take responsibility for his or her work 

  1.  It allows your child to review and practice what has been covered in class 

  1.  It helps your child to get ready for the next day’s class 

  1.  Homework helps your child learn to use resources, such as libraries, reference materials, and computer Web sites to find information 

  1. It encourages your child to explores subjects more fully than classroom time permits 

  1. It allows your child to extend learning by applying skills to new situations 

  1. It helps your child integrate learning by applying many different skills to a single task, such as book reports or science projects 

  1. Homework helps parents learn more about what your child is learning in school 

  1.  It allows parents to communicate about what he or she is learning 

  1.  It encourages parents to spark your child’s enthusiasm 

 

You should expect your child to receive at least 1 piece of homework from their science teacher each week.  

 

In Years 10 and 11 online homework via either Seneca or GCSE pod will be set as part of their homework.  

All homework will be logged and described using our new ClassCharts app.