All pupils are expected to complete homework each week . It is hoped that parents will take an interest in this and give their children the support and encouragement they deserve. The amount of homework set will vary from group to group and may not always be written homework. The majority of homework will be set through ‘Show My Homework’.
We run a homework club every Wednesday from 3.30pm – 4.30pm in the library. Pupils from all year groups are welcome to attend.
From year 10, pupils are not only expected to do the homework set, but also any additional work in their own time which they consider necessary to reach the standard required for the external examination they will be sitting at the end of their courses.
From year 10 onwards pupils will be issued a username and password to access GCSEPod.
see our Policies page for the Homework Policy
Show my homework is an online tool to help you keep track and monitor your child’s homework.
Show My Homework will allow you to see the details of the tasks your child has been set, as well as its submission status and grades.
You will be provided with login details to your personal account, ready-linked to your child’s homework calendar.
Simply visit https://southmolton.showmyhomework.co.uk/ › to view our school’s live homework calendar and log in.
✓ 24/7 access
✓ View quality and quantity of homework
✓ Translation into over 50 languages
✓ Apps available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android devices
✓ Receive automated notifications before homework is due
If you or your child have any questions about the service, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team at Show My Homework, who are always happy to help.
Just email email@example.com › or call 0207 197 9550.
Important links to support your revision
The following links are all sites that your teachers believe will be helpful for you running up to your exams. These are ‘hidden gems’ that may support your revision and learning further.
Techniques to revise:
Dealing with stress:
This website is brilliant for improving your grammar/punctuation –
The following websites offer some general advice. There is nothing specific for the exam board. Make sure you choose tasks that relate to the exams you are sitting!
Higher Tier Maths: