Xábia International College
Primary School
+34 96 647 2121
Administration: +34 96 647 31 10

primary@xabiainternationalcollege.com
Carretera Portitxol 139 / Carrer Illa
03730, Xàbia, Spain
Xábia International College
Secondary School
+34 96 647 1785
Administration: +34 96 647 31 10

secondary@xabiainternationalcollege.com
Carretera Cabo la Nao 21 /
Calle Trípoli

03730, Xàbia, Spain
Homework


Homework
 
A homework timetable will be given to each class – the following guide is given as an indication of the normal time that homework should take.
All students are given a home/school diary in which messages between teachers and parents, and homework is recorded.  Parents are asked to check that homework has been completed and sign this diary. Form teachers will check diaries.
 
Secondary
Years 7, 8 and 9: 2-3 subjects per evening (approx 30 minutes per subject)
Years 10 and 11: 2 subjects per evening (approx 1 hour per subject each evening and 2-3 hours over the weekend). Years 12 and 13: as required.
All students are issued with a Homework Diary in which all homework must be recorded.  Parents are asked to check and sign this diary at least once a week and add comments if they wish.  Form Tutors will also check and sign the diary on a weekly basis. Homework should always be handed in on the appropriate day.  Any reason for failure to complete homework should be noted in the homework diary or in a separate note and signed by parents. The current procedure stipulates that homework not done on three occasions, without reasonable excuse endorsed by parents, results in the student being placed on Homework Report.
 
Study Problems: should a problem develop, which the class teacher/tutor is unable to resolve, e.g. persistent failure to produce homework or inadequate application in class, the class teacher will inform a member of the Senior Management Team.  Action then taken may include: obtaining reports from all the student’s teachers; interviewing the student, putting the student on Academic Report, Homework report or contacting the student’s parents. XIC reserves the right to request a pupil to leave if their poor attendance or poor academic standards are detrimental to the well being of the rest of the students or if social behaviour becomes unacceptable.