At CVEA, the evidence of best practice from the Education Endowment Foundation underpins our policy and practice. The EEF research shows that effective homework is impactful if:

Responsibilities of the teaching staff

Responsibilities of the students

Possible homework tasks that could be set for students to complete include

Class Charts

Class Charts is CVEA's online platform for students and parents/carers to find out what homework has been set and the deadlines set by teachers for completion of homework. All teachers create and publish their homework online. Parents and students can manage submission of homework and view grades. You can review submission times, see grades and communicate with teachers around specific assignments. If your child has forgotten their password, please contact Miss Brown in the main office.

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Hegarty Maths

The Mathematics department use Hegarty Maths to set and assess homework weekly. All students have their own individual login which is used to access their homework. Overdue tasks can be completed after the deadline has passed but will be recorded as late. Once students have completed the tasks set, they will remain visible (unless they scored 100%) up until the deadline, allowing for further attempts where students can improve their score. Overdue tasks can be completed after the deadline has passed but will be recorded as late.

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Seneca Learning

Seneca Learning is the U.K.'s most popular revision app for secondary school students with more than 2.5 million users in England alone. Seneca's mission is to reduce educational inequality by creating an effective learning resource that is accessible to all. Work is set on Seneca for our students to be able to complete their homework. The teacher with set a code for the class and send the link to the class so that they can join.

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All students do weekly Memrise learning in Spanish. This is a course that contains the words and phrases the students will need to be successful in KS3 and at GCSE level. Using the Memrise App regularly will support your child's learning in class and help prepare for assessments.

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In Years 10 and 11, the students are also expected to do regular learning of Duolingo to practise and master word order and committing the language to memory.

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GCSEPod is proven to help students achieve one grade higher on average than non-users, across 30+ GCSE subjects and all exam boards.

Providing the highest-quality content and assessment, teachers use this to help their students achieve more. That's why we are the number one choice and trusted by over 1,700 subscribing schools.

ALL students have a log on for GCSEPod which will show them their allocated work by their teachers. Teachers will use this for class theory work and revision for Year 10 & 11. It may also be used with Year 7 & 8 classes to get them ready for KS4.

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