Form Time Ideas

Daily activities to use with your tutor group during form.

Word of the day

vestige (noun)

A visible trace, mark, or impression, of something absent, lost, or gone.

Famous quote

"Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another."

Napoleon Hill

Name that element


Ununpentium (Atomic number 115)

Word scramble

Excessively hot.



Thought for the day

Would you rather always have to say everything on your mind or never speak again?

On this day in 2001

Millionaire Dennis Tito becomes the world's first space tourist.

Where in the world

Can you name the country and its capital?

Guess the flag!

Vatican City. Capital city is Vatican City.

Did you know?

Approximately 10 million other people in the world share the same birthday as you.

Today's Top Tip

Read the exam timetable properly.

Nothing will send you into a panic more than realising you have an exam in the morning you are not prepared for! Double and triple check your exam timetable and then check it again.

Grammar time

What is wrong with the following sentence?

The dogs were perfectly happy chewing on there bones

The dogs were perfectly happy chewing on their bones.

Mental Maths

1.3 × 1 + 1.8

= 3.1


How can you use the letters in NEW DOOR to make one word?


Joke of the day

Why was the broom late?

It over swept.

In the news today...

VIDEO: BBC crew travels to quake epicentre

The epicentre of the earthquake which devastated Nepal, in the district of Gorkha, has suffered "terrible destruction".

VIDEO: Nepal hospitals struggling to cope

Hospitals in Nepal are struggling to cope with the huge numbers of victims following the massive earthquake at the weekend.

VIDEO: Rescue effort gathers pace after quake

International aid supplies are being distributed in Nepal after the earthquake struck four days ago.

More headlines from BBC News

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28th April 2015