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Year 7  Six Week Learning Plan

  • Year 7 Maths Learning Plan

    Year 7 Summer Term 2 –  Maths

    Week 1 Monday 1st June Tuesday 2nd June Thursday 4th June Friday 5th June Work to submit
    Maths MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Rounding to dp/sf

    (23Qs, 53 marks, 46 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

     

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Estimation

    (13Qs, 44 marks, 38 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Standard Form

    (10Qs, 38 marks, 38mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

     

    Maths Puzzles

    http://mrbartonmaths.com/puzzles/

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles

    https://www.coolmath4kids.com/brain-teasers

    https://www.mathwarehouse.com/riddles/math-riddles.php

    https://www.riddlesandanswers.com/tag/math-brain-teasers/

    MathsWatch assignments submit automatically while you do them.

     

     

    Week 2 Monday 8th June Tuesday 9th June Thursday 10th June Friday 12th June Work to submit
    Maths MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Factors/Multiples by listing

    (17Qs, 45 marks, 40 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Prime factorisation

    (17Qs, 41 marks, 36 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

     

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Multiplying and Dividing decimals

    (12Qs, 43 marks, 48 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    Maths Puzzles

    http://mrbartonmaths.com/puzzles/

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles

    https://www.coolmath4kids.com/brain-teasers

    https://www.mathwarehouse.com/riddles/math-riddles.php

    https://www.riddlesandanswers.com/tag/math-brain-teasers/

    MathsWatch assignments submit automatically while you do them.

     

     

    Week 3 Monday 15th June Tuesday 16th June Thursday 18th June Friday 19th June Work to submit
    Maths MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Angles + Triangles

    (22Qs, 46 marks, 41 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Area and Perimeter of basic shapes

    (22Qs, 47 marks, 46 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Area and Circumference of Circles

    (22Qs, 50 marks, 46 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    Maths Puzzles

    http://mrbartonmaths.com/puzzles/

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles

    https://www.coolmath4kids.com/brain-teasers

    https://www.mathwarehouse.com/riddles/math-riddles.php

    https://www.riddlesandanswers.com/tag/math-brain-teasers/

    MathsWatch assignments submit automatically while you do them.

     

     

    Week 4 Monday 22nd June Tuesday 23rd June Thursday 25th June Friday 26th June Work to submit
    Maths MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Mean, Median, Mode and Range

    (13Qs, 32 marks, 33 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Solving Equations

    (17Qs, 50 marks, 39 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: all about fractions

    (22Qs, 50 marks, 43 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    Maths Puzzles

    http://mrbartonmaths.com/puzzles/

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles

    https://www.coolmath4kids.com/brain-teasers

    https://www.mathwarehouse.com/riddles/math-riddles.php

    https://www.riddlesandanswers.com/tag/math-brain-teasers/

    MathsWatch assignments submit automatically while you do them.

     

     

    Week 5 Monday 29th June Tuesday 30th June Thursday 2nd July Friday 3rd July Work to submit
    Maths MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: 4 operations (inc decimals)

    (31Qs, 56 marks, 43 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Long multiplication and division

    (18Qs, 48 marks, 43 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Negative numbers + BODMAS

    (21Qs, 54 marks, 41 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    Maths Puzzles

    http://mrbartonmaths.com/puzzles/

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles

    https://www.coolmath4kids.com/brain-teasers

    https://www.mathwarehouse.com/riddles/math-riddles.php

    https://www.riddlesandanswers.com/tag/math-brain-teasers/

    MathsWatch assignments submit automatically while you do them.

     

     

    Week 6 Monday 6th July Tuesday 7th July Thursday 8th July Friday 9th July Work to submit
    Maths MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Basic Sequences

    (16qs, 43 marks, 31 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: nth term and other sequences

    (19Qs, 39 marks, 38 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

     

    MathsWatch Assignment

    Topic: Volume + Surface Area

    (19Qs, 46 marks, 46 mins)

     

    Complete questions online: teachers will provide feedback on these

    Maths Puzzles

    http://mrbartonmaths.com/puzzles/

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles

    https://www.coolmath4kids.com/brain-teasers

    https://www.mathwarehouse.com/riddles/math-riddles.php

    https://www.riddlesandanswers.com/tag/math-brain-teasers/

    MathsWatch assignments submit automatically while you do them.

     

    • You can download the above table by clicking here.

  • Year 7 Science Learning Plan

    Year 7 Summer Term 2 –  Science

    Week 1 Monday 1st June Tuesday 2nd June Thursday 4th June Friday 5th June
    Biology

    Ecosystems

    (part 1)

    Write a definition for the following keywords:

    * Environment

    * Ecosystem

    * Habitat

    * Community

    * Population

    Support can be found here

     

    Watch the video on habitats

    Complete the table to compare the 3 different types of habitats. Resource can be found on SMHW. Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Read the information about plant and animal adaptations here.

    Watch this clip.

    Design a new plant or animal species that can live in one of the habitats you studied last lesson.

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Support can be found here

    And also here.

    Read the information here.

    Explain the difference between a producer and the different types of consumer

    Listen to the narrative about bees

    List four things you have found about the bees in the food chain

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Go into your garden or outdoor space.

    Produce a frequency table of the different bees you can see in 10 minutes.

    Support can be found here.

    Write a diary extract on either:

    a)     A day in the life of a bee

    b)    The importance of bees in a habitat

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Week 2 Monday 8th June Tuesday 9th June Thursday 10th June Friday 12th June
    Chemistry

    Materials and Composites

    Find and list 15 different everyday articles in your home e.g a bath, fork

    Draw a table with 3 columns (headings below)  listing your articles and the material they are made from and a property

    1. Article

    2. Material

    3. Property

    Support can be found here 

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

     

    Write down some examples of ceramics you have in your home.

     

    Describe what you think they all have in common and why they are useful

     

    Support can be found here.

     

    “A new fashion craze has hit the high street,” was a headline in the newspaper yesterday.

    Watch this video.

    Make a poster to advertise the advantages and disadvantages of these new shoes using the properties of chocolate.

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Read the article on composites found here.

    Listen to the information about carbon fibre and bicycles.

    Describe what composite materials are and how they are beneficial.

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Take the fun quiz

    Week 3 Monday 15th June Tuesday 16th June Thursday 18th June Friday 19th June
    Physics

    Sound

    “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

    What do you think?

    Find out what causes sound to occur.

    Support can be found here

    Watch the video about the sound engineer

    Research a musical instrument of your choice. Include the following:

    1) How is it played to make the sound

    2) When in history was it introduced

    3. A famous person who plays it

    Support can be found here:

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    “What comes first, lightning or thunder?”

     

    Write down what you think and give a reason for your answer.

     

    Read pages 56-57 in Activate 1 (your teacher will give you a log in)

     

    Complete the activities on the worksheet. This does not need printing out.

    Resource can be found on SMHW. Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Write a definition for the following keywords:

    * amplitude

    * frequency

    * wavelength

    * pitch

    * Hertz

     

    Support can be found here.

    Watch this video.

    List four things you have found about sound waves

    Using some objects or materials in your home create your own musical instrument (ask your parent or guardian for permission first)

    Play one of your favourite tunes on and see if someone in your home can name that tune.

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Research where the smallest bone is in your body

    Describe how humans hear sound

    Support can be found here.

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Week 4 Monday 22nd June Tuesday 23rd June Thursday 25th June Friday 26th June
    Biology

    Ecosystems

    (part 2)

    Refresh your memory on the different types of consumers found in a habitat by reading what you wrote on Thurs 4th June

    Watch this video clip

    Watch this video 

    Describe a food chain and food web.

    Support can be found here

    Complete the activity sheet

    Resource can be found on SMHW.

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Look at the food web on here.

    Predict and write what would happen if there was:

    a) No grass

    b) the number of slugs decreased

    c) the number of insects increased

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Check your answers.

     

    Research a food web from a habitat of your choice e.g woodland; ocean.

    Choose an organism and write a diary extract, entitled “A day in the life of.”

    Consider the following:

    a) Where does it live within the habitat e.g nest, burrow

    b) is it a consumer?

    c)  is it a predator or prey or both?

    d) does it have young offspring that need looked after?

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Read the information found here.

    Define the meanings of the following keywords:-

    * toxic

    * accumulate

    Write a newspaper article on the effects of mercury in the food chain

    Complete this activity on paper or in your homework book.

    Take the fun quiz

    Week 5 Monday 29th June Tuesday 30th June Thursday 2nd July Friday 3rd July
    Chemistry

    The Environment

    List 3 pieces of information you can recall about carbon dioxide

     

    Research what a greenhouse gas is and give some examples.

    Support can be found here

    Watch this video

    Describe how the level of carbon is kept constant in the atmosphere

    Support can be found here

    Complete these activities

    on paper or in your homework book.

    Research the carbon cycle

    Support can be found here.

    Watch this video.

    Draw the carbon cycle. Use arrows to show where carbon is removed from the atmosphere and where it returns in the form of carbon dioxide.

    Complete task 2 on the worksheet 7.3.2 Resource can be found on SMHW 

    Complete these activities

    on paper or in your homework book.

     

     

    Read the information on the atmosphere and global warming. Resource can be found on SMHW

    Write two sentences incorporating the keywords on the second page.

    Answer the summary questions from the document on SMHW

    Complete these activities

    on paper or in your homework book.

    Go to this website and complete the quiz

    Research methane; find out:

    1. Its structure

    2. What state it is.

    3. Where it comes from

    4. How it can be used

    Support can be found here:

    Week 6 Monday 6th July Tuesday 7th July Thursday 8th July Friday 9th July
    Physics

    The Universe

    Write a definition for the following keywords:

    * Universe

    * Galaxy

    * Solar System

    * Planet

    * Moon

    * Star

    * Satellite

    * Light year

    * asteroid

    Support can be found here

    Complete this activity

    on paper or in your homework book.

    Research the order of the planets starting with the one closet to the Sun.  Make a mnemonic to remember of the order. Find out where the asteroid belt fits.

    Watch this video.

     Complete this activity

    on paper or in your homework book.

    Read the information about day and night 

    And also the seasons

     

    Complete the worksheet on “The Seasons”.

    Resource can be found on SMHW

    Complete this activity

    on paper or in your homework book.

    Write an imaginative article to explain your place in the Universe to an alien. This could be a poem, postcard or a short story.

    You may wish to do this as a poster

    Complete this activity

    on paper or in your homework book.

    • You can download the above table by clicking here.