HOMEWORK Hall of Fame
This area of our website is designed with one purpose... to show off the excellent homework produced by our students every week.
All are chosen and submitted by MBMS teaching staff impressed by the hard work and dedication of their pupils.
Jonathan B takes over!
Jonathan B in my class wanted to teach the pupils all about improper fraction. So for homework, he chose to create a lesson which he taught to the whole class on Tuesday...
Homework Video Montage
A short montage of excellent recent homework by MBMS students.
Charlie's Planet - Terrainious (Y5)
Charlie was asked to create his own planet and describe what it would be like using his knowledge of inner and outer planets.
I’m particularly impressed with his 3D model and how he has used his understanding of the solar system to describe what the environment would be like.
Y6 Summer Art Challenge
Students were asked to create an "Artist's bedroom" that reflected the work of that artist. I got some amazing responses.
Great work Year 6!
A Tale of a City by Freya W - (Y7)
After studying several ballads in class, pupils were challenged to compose their own ballad based on a fictitious or historical event.
Well done to Freya who decided to write a happy ending in contrast to the ones we read in class!
The first piece shown is by Katie S in Y8. The pupils prepared a text about themselves then they had to learn it by heart for homework.
The second piece is Y5 homework, the children have been learning school subjects and opinions and had to practise spellings.
This presentation was produced by Zaynab M in year 6. The task was to prepare a maths 'starter' task for year 5 to do in the lesson.
Students were asked to research the China Population Policy for an assessment and Kitty S did extra research.
The work will be used to produce a balanced argument to discuss the positive and negatives of the One Child Policy and the impacts it had on the country's economy and it's people.
The children will discuss the decision to change it to a Two Child Policy throughout the assignment. The more research they do at home, the more successful they are in the classroom.
Science - Electricity
Students were asked to imagine a life without electricity.
They were given a back story in which climate change had forced the government to stop the burning of fossil fuels entirely. They were asked to present a piece of work in any format they wanted. Some students did picture collages, some did poems and some did dystopian stories.
They were also asked to think about the science behind this scenario as well as the social implications.