On Tuesday we run homework clubs for young people aged 11-16. They come in and have all the equipment they would need to be able to complete their homework. There are volunteers to help them, there are computers and printers to support their learning. We also provide art equipment such as paint, card, glue and tissue paper.
Homework clubs. Club and activities closures: all of our library events and activities including Storytime, Talk Time, Rhyme Time, Digital Dens and groups are suspended until further notice. Every library is a homework space, a quiet space and with free resources. Whether you are at school, college or university we have staff, books and online.
The school offers different clubs to help the students with their homework: Homework Club: Monday-Thursday in the Library, 3-4pm. Tassomai Club: Monday-Thursday in VS2, lunchtimes. Hegarty Maths Club: Tuesday and Thursday in IT2, 3-4pm. Turn Up, Get it Done, Feel Proud.
Homework clubs offer a place for your child to work in a supportive environment out of school hours. Why choose a homework club? Some children are so self-motivated that they’re able to work diligently on homework and ignore the distractions of normal family life, but not everyone finds it so easy. Doing homework requires a quiet space to work at home and support from you.Learn More
Homework Clubs Would you like to help local children and young people improve their study skills, build their confidence and raise their aspirations about further and higher education? The Homework Club Programme gives Queen’s University volunteers the chance to provide homework support to children and young people who live in areas of educational underachievement.Learn More
A digital learning space for your pupils and a toolkit for you, so that you can search, plan, allocate and assess all in one place.Learn More
Find a homework club. Get help with your homework from friendly student tutors on any night of the week. MORE INFO. Find a homework club. Latest blog posts. Hello from Riverside Learning Club. September 25, 2014. Success at Adamsdown! September 20, 2014. Volunteer with us.Learn More
Homework Club We recognise that students may need, or prefer, to work during their social time when at school. Therefore we are providing an opportunity to do this during lunchtimes in M202 from Monday to Thursday every week.Learn More
The 8-13 year old group Homework Club started 6.15-7pm as their sports session took place 5-6pm and we walked participants over from the pitch if they took part in both sessions. On the 1st November 2017we had 45 participants attended the sports and life skills sessions and 16 young people attended the homework club.Learn More
Homework Club Did you know we have a homework club? Run by our inclusion assistants, it’s perfect for students requiring help with their home learning or students that would rather do it at school.Learn More
Many schools offer a dazzling variety of after school clubs - often run thanks to the goodwill of very busy teachers. Ideally, they should be interesting, fun and enjoyable for children and teachers alike. Of course not everyone is inspired by the same things! With this in mind we have gathered together no less than 38 suggestions for extra-curricular activities!Learn More
We have always found homework to be a major problem for children and one for which parents find it difficult to provide a solution. There are a number of reasons for this. For many families, there is simply not enough time during the week to deal with the child’s increasing volume of homework.Learn More
Homework Club is open to all pupils and provides a quiet and comfortable place, free from distractions that enables everyone to focus. It allows pupils to complete homework to a high standard and gives them free access to library books and facilitates computer and printing access. “All you need to do when coming to homework club is to sign in.Learn More
Homework Clubs Please note that all library events, clubs and activities have been suspended until further notice. Come along to one of our Homework Clubs where you will find friendly staff available to help with any questions, a quiet room with access to computers, and the very real possibility of fun and games afterwards.Learn More
A homework club brings with it certain connotations, they are viewed as being dull, boring and certainly not something which is going to interest and engage children that need to complete their homework. Usually a quiet and structured environment is essential for students to learn in but there are many ways in which pupils can learn in way they find fun and is therefore more effective for.Learn More