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4th May 2020

This week’s work is below for your classes. You should also check your emails as some additional instructions from teachers may be sent. Remember to ask your subject teacher if you need any extra help or support with the work.

If you are worried about something, always get in touch with your teacher, Year Leader, Mr Jeffery or Ms Less who will help in any way they can.


Year 7 – Test your knowledge!  

  • See how much you have learnt so far about Islam by completing this quiz
  • Year 7 Quiz

Year 8 – Quiz!

  • Complete the assignment on Seneca Learning to test your knowledge of what we’ve learnt so far.
  • You will need to join the class before you can access the assignment. Please do this by following the below link.
  • Year 8 Quiz
  • If you have any problems, please email Miss Ferris (rferris@whtc.co.uk).

Year 9 – Research Task

  • All work is going to be on Google Classroom – you need to submit your completed work to the ‘classroom’ once you have completed it. Your teacher has sent you instructions about how to access this. Please get in touch with them if you are stuck.
  • Complete the research task by filling in the worksheet, found here: Year 9 Research Task
  • You need to download the document by pressing the 'download' tab in the top right hand corner of the screen.
  • Upload your completed work to your Google Classroom.

Year 10 – religion in the world research task  

  • All work is going to be on Google Classroom – you need to submit your completed work to the ‘classroom’ once you have completed it. Your teacher has sent you instructions about how to access this. Please get in touch with them if you are stuck.
  • Find a recent, interesting news story that is relevant to something you have learnt in RS over the past two years e.g. human rights / equality laws / persecution / relationships between different religious groups
  • Complete the following tasks:
  1. Copy and paste the headline/a relevant image.
  2. Describe the news story in at least 100 words.  
  3. Explain why you think this story is important/interesting in at least 75 words.
  4. Apply some of your knowledge by using key words/quotes to explain the news story in more detail (at least 75 words).
  5. Give your opinion – do you think the events are acceptable or unacceptable? Why might someone disagree with you? Why do you think they are wrong (at least 75 words).

Years 11, 12 and 13

Your teachers will contact you via email with work to complete this week.