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Year 7 Homework Guide

To support our students transition into life at Regents Secondary School please be aware Year 7 will only be set homework in the following subject for the first half term: English, Maths, Science, MFL, Instrumental music.

From the second half term onwards Year 7 students will receive homework from all subject areas.


Approximate amount of homework set per week

Resources needed


Approximately 30 minutes per week. To supplement homework tasks, students can use intervention sheets (provided on Moodle) or MyiMaths.com.

Moodle, MyiMaths.com.


20-30 minutes of reading every day and completion of quizzes on Accelerated Reader once a reading book is finished.

Access to Accelerated Reader.


Approximately 30 minutes. This can be supplemented by research and reading/ assignments set on 'kerboodle'.

Computer and kerboodle.


Each week students will be issued a task to be completed on the Music First online platform. Tasks generally include information which is supported by an online test. Marks from the tests are sent to the teacher to track student development.

Internet capable devise and a Music First login provided by the teacher.


30 minutes set approximately 3 times per half term. Tasks might include research, collecting, practising a technique or finishing work.



Approximately 30 minutes every 3 weeks.


Modern Foreign Languages

Approximately 45 minutes a week. This can be supplemented by research and reading/assignments set on 'kerboodle'

Homework will often be vocabulary learning or online activities to reinforce in-class learning.

Thai for Thai

Approximately 45 minutes per week. Set either on a Tuesday or Wednesday.

To read variety of Thai texts/newspapers or magazines regularly.

Thai for All

No homework set but students should independently study vocabs from lessons and try to use them in real situations.



Approximately 10 minutes per week – students practice routines learned in class and engage in dance related videos or apps online, as well as the revision of key technique principles, choreographic/structures and researching dance practitioners.



Approximately 2-3 homeworks per half term to complete a high quality project. Investigation or practical.

Moodle, internet access (no additional software will be required).


30 minutes of fitness - 15 minute aerobic exercise (e.g. brisk walk, run, bike ride), 10 x sit ups, 10 x press up, 10 x squats (repeat 3 times).

Physical activities can take place anywhere, no specialist equipment is required. Please encourage your child to be physically active at least 2 times a week. Physical activity enhances academic success.


Approximately 30 minutes every week.

Homework activities are not completion of classwork. They are a range of differing activities focusing upon a range of skills.


Approximately 30-45 minutes each week.

Access to moodle or the internet may be sometimes required.