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06/12/19

Retweeted From RBA Performing Arts

Merry Christmas Everyone! https://t.co/DYvBIJuMxM

05/12/19

Retweeted From RBA_RE

So proud of JLT at last night Mayoral Debate. What an amazing team, speeches, presentation and skills shown by all. A well deserved 2nd place. Superb! https://t.co/Q927z3Lm0E

05/12/19

Retweeted From Cllr Steve Wortley - Mayor - Borough of Broxbourne

SO impressed with all our Young Speakers this evening at the Mayors Debate. Should build on its Green Belt land? Credit to their school, their teachers & parents. Superb presentations and congratulations to Winners and Runners up & https://t.co/s9QOTDu2Ro

05/12/19

Retweeted From Youth Broxbourne

All seven schools can be extremely proud of their pupils https://t.co/ybRj8I38fC

03/12/19

Great training this evening led by our SENDCo. We’re learning a lot and now going into implementation time, in departments https://t.co/8U1VdFpdQG

03/12/19

It’s just arrived! Christmas is coming to RBA. Many thanks to Amwell Trees for their support. https://t.co/kgKNasRqne

30/11/19

Retweeted From Sarah Tweddell

It’s been 2 years today since we said a heartbreaking goodbye to you. Be thinking of you, as always Mush Xx if you are struggling; speak out ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ there are people to listen x https://t.co/xrEQj2yiT6

30/11/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Intense concentration from our SLT teams at the start of our annual conference. Valuable input from Kay Leach as always https://t.co/miVozCo1mE

28/11/19

Retweeted From YC Hertfordshire Broxbourne

Aged 13-17 & in care? Looking to build your confidence & learn to live independently? Join 's Young People in Care project at Young People's Centre Thursdays 5.30-7.30 pm https://t.co/BaaFqNAbUY https://t.co/geEo7qaxZx

27/11/19

Excellent indeed, well done! https://t.co/UclEeyg3jH

26/11/19

Retweeted From RBA Performing Arts

Our amazing Music Students representing with the Mayor at the Christmas Carol Concert https://t.co/APhuQjmflZ

25/11/19

Retweeted From RBA School Gardening

Some of the have been chopping and bundling the piles of bamboo that was hacked down in summer, to be re-used for supports in spring. But more urgently, how can we make this bamboo wig-wam christmassy??!! Need to make a Christmas Carol scene! https://t.co/e1ekf7Nq2w

25/11/19

Retweeted From Luzaan Sparks

Thank you for the welcome, thank you for the care, encouragement and support and thank you for the great staff CPD! https://t.co/zxVtMQFerO

23/11/19

Retweeted From Rav

We decided to kick off yesterday’s Creating the Future conference with Elliot driving our very own Delorean into the hall, to go Back to the Future https://t.co/w09CqgsEAU

22/11/19

Retweeted From Mr Pink

Wow. So impressed with the event have laid on today. It’s a Back to the Future Theme!

22/11/19

Retweeted From Ben Martin

‘Creating the Future’ A thoroughly enjoyable day for my first staff conference . A lot to reflect on from our guest speakers & . Congratulations to & the PDT for putting on such a great event https://t.co/wVG4Xc7YHd

22/11/19

Retweeted From Annabel Hart

Brilliant staff conference as always - the Back to the Future theme was great. Really enjoyed the keynote delivered by . What a great KIT day! https://t.co/hcKTxcRUt3

22/11/19

Retweeted From Annabel Hart

A great KIT day for the staff conference. This years theme was Back to the Future. Well done and the PDT team who organised another amazing day. 👏 https://t.co/fQlmd6YBle

22/11/19

Thank you for joining us today and for sharing your research on boys, from your book, ‘Boys Don’t Try’

22/11/19

Retweeted From Miss H Burlton

If you could spare a few minutes and are aware of Walton on the Naze. Please could you help one of my students by answering the following questionnaire https://t.co/aJq87FW3HO

22/11/19

Retweeted From Rav

This morning we have Matt Pinkett as our keynote at our staff conference ‘Creating The Future’. https://t.co/FyKybwi95u

21/11/19

Well done to all the boys involved - keep aiming high and working hard! https://t.co/ktF1ftCKsm

19/11/19

Retweeted From internetgeography.net 🌍

AQA GCSE Geography Support Cards - Helen Burton recently shared a set of really useful flashcards to support students studying AQA GCSE Geography. Grab a copy now: https://t.co/SzPF2yC8fE

18/11/19

Retweeted From East and North Hertfordshire Hospitals' Charity

RT & help spread the word! get signed up to support your local hospital 🎅🏻 https://t.co/mLpydJiCFU

18/11/19

Retweeted From Rav

So our Annual Staff Conference ‘Creating The Future’ is in . We are very excited about hearing some staff have already asked to read ‘Boys Don’t Try?’ ahead of Friday! We look forward to welcoming you to our https://t.co/Dk3LHSNYoC

18/11/19

Retweeted From RBA School Gardening

Getting our hands dirty in https://t.co/CN5h3OezFx

17/11/19

We will be hosting our annual Awards Evening, Wednesday 18th December. We are looking forward to celebrating the achievements of our former yr 11 & yr 13. Guest Speaker, Michael Owen, former Welsh International Rugby Union player. Please email awards.co.uk https://t.co/vKQyzgjuIz

15/11/19

Well done boys; scoring in the dark too!

15/11/19

Retweeted From Mr B Creasey

This year’s first High Impact Study Group has met. Revision for GCSE has begun in November! https://t.co/H1euzRb8Ww

15/11/19

Today, we are obviously supporting day because children matter; we do love a cake day too! Looking forward to the duck race at lunchtime! https://t.co/ldMH2pRmuN

13/11/19

Retweeted From RBA_RE

Congratulations to our new Year 7 JLT! https://t.co/c8GDmvm1AX

13/11/19

Well done! Keep working hard https://t.co/oxQrIpw7Q0

13/11/19

Retweeted From YC Hertfordshire Broxbourne

Are you a young women aged 13-17? Would you like some support with your emotional wellbeing? Struggling with anxiety or low mood? Find out more about 's Supporting You Project in https://t.co/PL6YuopPOY https://t.co/3Ega5THwPl

12/11/19

A great turn out for our Sixth Form Open Evening, tonight . A very busy and enjoyable night. Aim high and work hard, this is your future. https://t.co/rzD9XbXBpR https://t.co/0b8vUgynjI

12/11/19

We are looking forward to meeting our future Sixth Form students for our Sixth Form Open Evening 6pm - 7.30pm Year 11 students from all schools welcome. See you there! https://t.co/IM7TfvdImj

11/11/19

Retweeted From RBA_RE

RBA JLT at the Armistice Event in Hoddesdon today. Fundraising and supporting our local community. https://t.co/YUQfZ71TbE

11/11/19

Today we take time to reflect together on Remembrance Day. leading our assembly, time to reflect on the past and present. Today we bow our heads as a sign of respect https://t.co/WGUc5HkPbN

10/11/19

Come along to our Sixth Form Open Evening on Tuesday 12th November, 6.00pm - 7.30 pm Join us to see what A Level & Vocational courses we have to offer. Year 11 students from all schools welcome. For more information: T: 01992 410800 Web: https://t.co/qPYIXaEuGb Twitter: https://t.co/DFDbwHzTa2

09/11/19

Retweeted From Steve Stewart-Williams

No big deal; just a guy playing fetch with a beluga whale... 😮 https://t.co/PdSNgVABIu

07/11/19

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We are really looking forward to welcoming Professor Robert Winston on Tuesday to speak to some of our students and those of and https://t.co/PFvFlOHubf

Homework

RBA believe that there are many benefits to regular homework. These include enabling the students to go over information learned in class so they can retain it better and to enable them to develop good independent learning habits and thus improve their self-discipline, motivation and organisation.

We feel it is important to set purposeful homework as research shows that there are some detrimental effects to mental well-being and fatigue of either excessive or poorly designed homework tasks.

Teachers at RBA use Show My Homework to record the homework.

Show my homework

This enables parents and students to access their homework from home. However, students should also still be writing the homework down in their student planners to enable parents to help their child with organising and completing their homework. In addition to this, we expect parents to be helping their child with homework by providing a suitable learning environment at home.

Where students are having difficulty with completing homework, they can attend Homework Club on Tuesday and Thursday in the school library.

The amount of time spent on homework will vary across the academic year and will also increase as students undertake GCSE subjects. In the Sixth Form, students are expected to undertake a lot more independent work outside of lesson times. All RBA students need to take responsibility for their learning and we encourage all students to read around the subject.

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