Make a work plan for your week – plan in revision and activity time.
Help an adult plan a meal at home with food that you already have. Help to make the meal and make sure you help to wash the pots or load the dishwasher.
Planning for the future – find/research 3 different jobs that you would like do in the future. Write these down, tell me why you would be good at each job and what qualifications you would need.
Plan a journey from Rotherham to Newcastle. You must use public transport. Tell me the type of transport, the times you need to get it and how much it will cost (if you can find this out).
How many days in a year? How many days are in each month? Which months are in which season?
If you can, do some exercise, this can be sporty or it could be a walk to the local shops.
Help out with some household jobs, this could be something like ironing, dusting, hoovering, washing up. Ask an adult which they would like help with.
If you have something to build with (Lego, Meccano, Dominos etc) make a building and take a photo.
Design your ideal desert island. What would you have on it? Think about essential services and non essential services.
Plan a walking route to your local post office. How long would it take to walk? Is this the safest way? Does this route make use of any crossings?
Complete the first half of the GCSE maths paper in your pack. Try to write something for each question.
Do 10 mins of exercise, watch the Green Goddess or Joe Wicks and join in.
Do you think we should all wear a school uniform? Write a persuasive letter to Mr Silvester arguing for or against. Remember to use AFOREST
Be creative; draw a rainbow, learn how to draw a cartoon character by using Youtube or learn a new song
Read a newspaper article online. Can you identify facts and opinions?
Logon to Conquermaths. Open the tasks and try to complete 2 of them. Make sure you listen to the video. If you can’t find the task do a search for trigonometry and do the first two tasks.
Find a picture in a book or online. Write a description of this image for a creative writing competition for teenagers.
Create a science quiz and try it out on your family.
Complete the maths paper you started on Monday.
Make a meal for someone and list the ingredients, try and work out how healthy it is.