Additional learning, study, research and revision outside of the classroom is an integral part of students' learning. As well as improving performance in individual subjects, it develops positive routines which students can utilise effectively in their journey through Key Stage 4, Sixth Form and further education as well as in the world of work.
Lealands High School is therefore fully committed to the setting, completion, tracking and assessment of homework as part of each student's educational provision.
Students are set independent learning tasks by their subject teachers which they can do after school at home or in our Learning Resource Centre. When a teacher sets an independent learning task, they record this on Epraise. This online platform allows both students and parents to view all tasks that have been set and the expected completion date. If a student requires help or support with the task, they can see the member of staff who set it or attend homework club after school in the Learning Resource Centre.
The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) is open daily from 8.am-8.45 am and from 3.10pm to 3.30pm. Homework club runs in the LRC from 3:10pm to 4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. It is staffed by learning support assistants and older students.
To access Epraise, please visit: www.epraise.co.uk or download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store. An information guide can be downloaded below.