The way we see ‘homework’ is that it encourages our students to practise recalling knowledge outside of lessons, fostering the all important skill of independence. Students at KS3 (Years 7-9) should spend approximately 30 minutes per subject on homework. Students should then spend at least an hour on homework and independent study at KS4 (Years 10-11) and KS5 (Years 12 – 13), in addition to any work specifically set for their courses. Students can access their online learning platforms here.
All information for candidates can be found on the JCQ website here. The LRS issues Unique Learner Numbers (ULN) and creates Personal Learning records across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, and is operated by the Education and Skills Funding Agency, an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE). For more information about how information is processed, and to access your Personal Learning Record, please click here. Third Party Collection of Examination Documents: please ensure that the candidate completes this form and that the person collecting the certificates/results has a valid form of Photo ID. Summer 2024 – Examinations Timetable (Provisional) You can access the provisional examination timetable here.
Microsoft Teams In the event that we need to switch to remote teaching, students will be able to access this through Microsoft Teams. This is the same system through which their Independent Learning is set, so is familiar to them. All students have a Q3 Academy Great Barr Microsoft Account that they can use to access this which will allow them in turn to see resources and activities specific to their classes. Students can log in to Microsoft Teams using their Academy email address which is in the format firstname.lastname@example.org and their password which is the same as the one they use to log on to an Academy device. Microsoft Teams can be easily accessed through the internet browser of any device connected to the internet (mobile phone, tablet, computer/laptop, smart TV, games console, etc.). Where using a mobile device or tablet, students may find it helpful to download the Microsoft Teams app available in the App/Play Store.
I would like to invite parents and carers of students in Year 7 to the first Hori7on Showcase of the academic year. Students have been working incredibly hard in their Hori7on lessons, and this is an opportunity for them to share their learning with you.
Each year Q3 Academies Trust reviews it’s policies and procedures to ensure that we have the best provision in place for our students and staff. We are asking for your views on two key areas: student Business Dress and term dates.
FAO Year 11 students and parents only. We would like to invite you to an Introduction to Year 11 evening on Tuesday 8th October, 6pm – 7.30pm. Please save the date, as the event will be packed with lots of information specifically for parents and carers of Year 11 students.
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