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Students in Year 1 - 7 will have varying degrees of homework dependent on the year level, class activities and student abilities. Homework may consist of some or all of the following:

(a) Number Facts
(b) Spelling
(c) Reading
(d) Subject Revision/Extension

Students in Years 8 - 10 will be given the following three types of homework during the year in each subject:
(a) Set Homework: This is work set by the class teacher for presentation at the next timetabled class period.
(b) Assignment Work: This is set over a period of several days or weeks to be handed in on a set date.  Students should enter details of assignments in their homework diary.
(c) Study Homework: This will always be necessary and is the additional learning that involves revision of the material covered in previous lessons.  This revision is necessary to consolidate the classroom lesson and to maximise learning. This type of homework is vital not only prior to exam periods but also throughout the year.


Is homework an issue in your house?

Is computer access an issue for the students in your house?

If you answered YES to these questions then the solution might be Homework Club.

The Goomeri State School Homework Club will continue in 2015.  Students in Years 4-10 will have the opportunity to complete homework after school on Wednesdays from 3 - 4 pm in the Resource Centre.  They will have access to teaching staff, computers and other resources that they may required to complete their homework or assessment tasks.

Homework Club runs each term usually commencing week 2 and continuing through until the second last week of the term.