The Spring issue of our student-run magazine Sapere Aude is out!
Most of the articles were written before the lockdown, but we’d like to give a huge thank you to Eleanor Pilkington for putting it together from home. Thanks also to the students who’ve contributed some excellent articles and work, and to Mrs Bennett for overseeing it.
If you’ve any suggestions for future issues, ping Mrs Bennett an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
So here you will find two videos explaining how to submit your work to SMHW. This way your teacher can give you feedback and keep track of the work you are doing. Please watch them and then submit your homework in this way. This stops our inboxes getting filled up and potentially missing your work as it comes in.
I have been busy putting together revision resources for year 11 to aid their independent study. I have created a timetable for each week up to the examinations. There is a separate timetable for Language and one for literature. The resources are also included and include a full paper 1 and paper 2 for English language which you have not used before. Happy revising!
I’m really sorry that I am unable to deliver the presentation on how to revise for English, however we must follow advice from experts regarding the currently health concerns. Please do find the ppt attached here though, which you can access and get some helpful ideas on how to support your children in their revision.
We are excited to be welcoming back Jess Green to Lutterworth College. Year 7 and 8 have the opportunity to take part in a poetry workshop with her on World Book day next Friday. Please click on the link to register interest and find out more.
In your lessons you have gone through paper 2. You will have had the opportunity to decode questions, identify your targets and start to complete some DIRT. If you want to spend some more time on your paper 2 skills or take another look at the example answers, then please download the ppt here.