Key Stage 4


Regular homework will be set. Ensure your child has a dedicated quiet work space to help support this, and ask them questions about the work to check their understanding.

Homework is an important part of students’ learning. It helps build on what they have learnt in lessons and develop the habits of independent study. Homework can take many forms, including: completing work or exercises started in lessons, project work and research. Homework may be set using the LHEA virtual learning environment . Ideally students should have a quiet place at home in which to do their homework and have access to a computer.

Students may also do their homework after school in supervised study time. Homework set should always be recorded in the student’s planner. Parents / carers are asked to take an active interest in homework by talking to students about the homework they have received and checking that they are doing it. Parents seeking more information on homework or if you have any concerns, please contact:

  • The member of staff who has set the homework
  • The child's Form Tutor

Show My Homework

Here at Lynch Hill we have launched Show My Homework, an online tool to help you keep track of your child’s homework.  Show My Homework allows you to see the details of the tasks your child has been set, as well as their submission status and grades.

You will be provided with login details to your personal account, ready-linked to your child’s homework calendar.

This tool will give you 24/7 access to view the quality and quantity of homework, and you can even download an app to receive notifications when new homework is set.

To see the live homework calendar, click here

To see the homework schedulesclick here

For more information about how to use this tool, please see the information below:

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