Homework and Study Periods

Each A Level subject is taught for six 50 minute periods per week. In addition to this, pupils are expected to spend about four hours per week on each subject during Study Periods and at home. This time should be utilized to complete homework tasks set by teaching staff, review the material covered in lessons and also undertake wider reading to support and extend their learning. Reading lists are available from academic departments.


Pupils should become familiar with using Firefly to access the resources available to them, and staff will set homework tasks via this platform. Pupils are responsible for completing their work by the deadlines set. If they encounter difficulties whilst doing the work, they should speak to the appropriate member of staff as soon as possible.

During Study Periods, pupils can work in the dedicated study areas within the Hazel Centre, or alternatively they can work in the library or any free room in the School. Pupils are expected to use their study time responsibly and to learn how to manage their time to balance their workload. Support is offered to pupils to help them achieve this, and pupils can be placed in supervised private study if additional support is needed.

Wisbech Grammar School
Summer Camps August 2019

Netball Camp Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 August

Rugby Camp– Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 August

Hockey Camp – Thursday 15 and Friday 16 August

For children in Year 3 to Year 11. 0830 – 1530. £70 for two days including breakfast.

Multi-Activity Day– Wednesday 14 August (Kindergarten to Year 8) 0830 – 1530 £37 includes breakfast. Includes Multi-sports, gymnastics and art and crafts.

Summer Camp Monday 12 to Friday 16 August (Kindergarten to Year 3) 0830 – 1530 includes breakfast.  A week of fun with expert staff in messy play, construction, art and craft, water play and sports.

For all enquires on the above camps, pleased email camps@wisbechgrammar.com