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Year 10 Home Learning 2021/2022

HALF TERM 4 (FEB – APR)

DRAMA

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28 FebComponent 1 devised
(see Google Classrooms)
7 MarComponent 1 devised
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14 MarComponent 1 devised
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21 MarComponent 1 devised
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28 MarComponent 1 devised
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4 AprComponent 1 devised
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ENGLISH

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28 FebFiction Reading – how to approach texts and structural choices.Link to Work
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7 MarFiction Reading – writers’ use of language and a personal response.Link to Work
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14 MarGrammar revisionLink to Work
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21 MarNarrative Writing – what makes a good short story and narrative structureLink to Work
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28 MarNarrative Writing – Developing character and figurative languageLink to Work
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Class code: 7yhw69cem4
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4 AprPlan and write a story from the given titles Story titles sheetLink to Work

ENTERPRISE

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28 FebCoursework Must Be Completed in School
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
7 MarCoursework Must Be Completed in School
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
14 MarCoursework Must Be Completed in School
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
21 MarCoursework Must Be Completed in School
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
28 MarCoursework Must Be Completed in School
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
4 AprCoursework Must Be Completed in School
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies

GEOGRAPHY

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28 FebAdaptation against climate change
In this lesson, we will be studying the ways in which we can adapt to climate change to help reduce the effects. We will be focusing on changing agricultural systems, reducing the risk from rising sea levels and managing water supply.
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7 MarCauses of economic change in the UK
In this lesson, we will look at the causes of economic change in the UK, linked to three main factors: deindustrialisation, globalisation and government policies.
A post-industrial economy in the UK (Part 1)
In this lesson, we will focus on the UK as a post-industrial economy, giving special focus to the development of IT, finance, research and service-based jobs.
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14 MarA post-industrial economy in the UK (Part 2)
In this lesson, we will continue to look at the UK as a post-industrial economy, focusing on the development of science and business parks.
How can modern industry in the UK become more sustainable?
In this lesson, we will focus on the concept of sustainability, exploring the methods used by modern industry to be more environmentally sustainable.
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21 MarA UK rural landscape experiencing growth: North Somerset
In this lesson, we will focus on the trend of rural growth in the UK, with special focus given to North Somerset.
A UK rural landscape experiencing decline: Cumbria
In this lesson, we will focus on the trend of rural decline in the UK, with special focus given to Cumbria.
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28 MarTransport developments in the UK
In this lesson, we will focus on the transport developments that have happened in the UK to support economic growth.
The North-South divide in the UK
In this lesson, we will explore the theory of the ‘North-South divide’ in the UK, with reference made to strategies used to close this gap.
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4 AprEconomic and political links between the UK and the wider world
In this lesson, we will look at the importance of the UK economically and politically, on both a regional and global scale.
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GERMAN

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28 FebTalking about future plansLink to Work
7 MarTalking about future plans continuedLink to Work
14 MarTalking about hopes and future plansLink to Work
21 MarTalking about jobs & workplacesLink to Work
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28 MarTaking about work experienceLink to Work
4 AprTalking about work experience continuedLink to Work
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MATHS

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28 FebSet 1 and 2: HistogramsLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: 3D shapesLink to Work
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7 MarSet 1 and 2: AveragesLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: VolumeLink to Work
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14 MarSet 1 and 2: Cumulative frequency and boxplotsLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: surface areaLink to Work
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21 MarSet 1 and 2: scatter graphsLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: Recap of 2D shapesLink to Work
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28 MarSet 1 and 2: standard formLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: standard form conversionsLink to Work
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4 AprSet 1 and 2: functionsLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: 4 operations with standard formLink to Work
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MEDIA

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28 FebPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 MarPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 MarPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
21 MarPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
28 MarPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
4 AprPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

PE

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28 FebChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
7 MarChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
14 MarChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
21 MarChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
28 MarChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
4 AprChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!

RE

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28 FebSee Google Classrooms
7 MarSee Google Classrooms
14 MarSee Google Classrooms
21 MarSee Google Classrooms
28 MarSee Google Classrooms
4 AprSee Google Classrooms

SPANISH

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28 FebDescribing what other people doLink to Work
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7 MarTalking about future plansLink to Work
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14 MarTalking about rules- saying what you must doLink to Work
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21 MarComparisonsLink to Work
28 MarTalking about opinionsLink to Work
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4 AprUsing the past tenseLink to Work
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TEXTILES

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28 FebAO2 – Refine: Identity Project
Experiment with the process of free motion embroidery, applique & printing
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
7 MarAO2 – Refine: Identity Project
Experiment with the process of free motion embroidery, applique & printing
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
14 MarAO1 – Develop: Identity Project
Explore and analyse the work of a textile artist who is inspired by the theme.
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
21 MarAO2 – Refine: Identity Project
Experiment with the process of stitching techniques both hand and machine embroidery
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
28 MarAO2 – Refine: Identity Project
Experiment with the process of stitching techniques both hand and machine embroidery
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
4 AprAO3 – Record: Identity Project
Record all AO2 experiments and ideas using textile techniques in sketchbook
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.

HALF TERM 3 (JAN – FEB)

DRAMA

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28 FebAn Inspector Calls
(see Google Classrooms)
7 MarAn Inspector Calls
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14 MarAn Inspector Calls
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21 MarAn Inspector Calls
(see Google Classrooms)
28 MarComponent 1 devised
(see Google Classrooms)
4 AprComponent 1 devised
(see Google Classrooms)

ENGLISH

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10 JanRomeo and Juliet revision – create revision materials using the websites and your knowledgeLink to work
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17 JanGCSE Poetry – Valentine/Dulce et Decorum Est/SoldierLink to work
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24 JanGCSE Poetry – Mametz Wood and ManhuntLink to work
Mametz Wood PowerPoint
Manhunt PowerPoint
31 JanGCSE Poetry – A Wife in London and As Imperceptibly As GriefLink to work
A Wife in London PowerPoint
As Imperceptibly as Grief PowerPoint
7 FebGCSE Component 1 ReadingList Lesson 1
List Lesson 2
Resources: About a Boy
Resources: Heroes List
Resources: Face by Benjamin Zephaniah
Resources: Never Let Me Go
Resources: OM&M
14 FebGCSE Poetry – Cozy Apologia/Living Space/LondonLink to work
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ENTERPRISE

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4 JanCoursework Must Be Completed in School!
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
10 JanCoursework Must Be Completed in School!
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
17 JanCoursework Must Be Completed in School!
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
24 JanCoursework Must Be Completed in School!
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
31 JanCoursework Must Be Completed in School!
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
7 FebCoursework Must Be Completed in School!
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies
14 FebCoursework Must Be Completed in School!
Business Case Studies
See Google Classroom for Case Studies

FOOD

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4 JanFood Safety Module – Bacteria TheorySee Year 10 Google Classrooms for work
10 JanFood Safety – Temp ControlSee Year 10 Google Classrooms for work
17 JanFood Safety – Food PoisoningSee Year 10 Google Classrooms for work
24 JanMicro-organisms in food productionSee Year 10 Google Classrooms for work
31 JanMicro-organisms in Food ProductionSee Year 10 Google Classrooms for work
7 FebRevisionSee Year 10 Google Classrooms for work
14 FebRevision TestSee Year 10 Google Classrooms for work

FRENCH

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4 JanDiscussing career choiceLink to work
10 JanCareer choices and the conditional tenseLink to work
17 JanDiscussing career and using ‘mieux’ and ‘pire’Link to work
24 JanTalking about future plansLink to work
31 JanTalking about future plans continuedLink to work
7 FebTalking about hopes and wishesLink to work
14 FebUnderstanding job advertsLink to work

GEOGRAPHY

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4 JanLocation and importance of Lagos
In this lesson, we will look at the location of Lagos which is a city in the NEE of Nigeria. We will then move on to consider why it has regional, national and international importance.

Causes of urban growth in Lagos
In this lesson, we will look at the reasons behind the urban growth in Lagos, Nigeria. We will consider how both natural increase and migration have played a role.
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10 JanSocial opportunities of urban growth in Lagos
In this lesson, we will look at the social opportunities created by urban growth in Lagos.

Economic opportunities of urban growth in Lagos
In this lesson, we will look at the economic opportunities created by urban growth in Lagos.
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17 JanChallenges of urban growth in Lagos (Part 1)
In this lesson, we will look at the challenges of urban growth in Lagos. We will look at informal settlements and access to services.

Challenges of urban growth in Lagos (Part 2)
In this lesson, we will look at the environmental challenges of urban growth in Lagos and how they can be managed.
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24 JanUrban planning in Lagos: Makoko floating school
In this lesson, we will look at how urban planning has been used in Lagos to improve the lives of the rural poor. We will take a look at Makoko’s floating school.
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31 JanEvidence of climate change
In this lesson, we will be studying the different sources of evidence for climate change.

Natural causes of climate change
In this lesson, we will be studying the different natural causes of climate change, such as orbital change, sunspots and volcanic eruptions.
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7 FebHuman causes of climate change
In this lesson, we will be studying how humans contribute to climate change, through transportation, deforestation, agriculture and industry.

The effects of climate change
In this lesson, we will be studying how climate change affects the lives of people and the environment.
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14 FebMitigation against climate change (Part 1)
In this lesson, we will be studying the mitigation strategies used to reduce the causes of climate change and will be focusing upon alternative energy and carbon capture.

Mitigation against climate change (Part 2)
In this lesson, we will be studying how to mitigate against climate change using strategies such as afforestation and international agreements.
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GERMAN

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4 JanTalking about typical foods (1)Link to work
10 JanTalking about typical foods (2)Link to work
17 JanHealthy & Unhealthy Living (1)Link to work
24 JanHealthy & Unhealthy Living (2)Link to work
31 JanHealthy & Unhealthy Living (3)Link to work
7 FebSport & physical activityLink to work
14 FebSport & physical activity continuedLink to work
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MATHS

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4 JanSet 1 and 2: Simplify surdsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Understanding ratioLink to work
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10 JanSet 1 and 2: Rationalise surdsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: ratio and percentagesLink to work
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17 JanSet 1 and 2: Circle theorem 1Link to work
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Set 3 and 4: Further percentagesLink to work
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24 JanSet 1 and 2: Circle theorem 2Link to work
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Set 3 and 4: Rules of indicesLink to work
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31 JanSet 1 and 2: Equation of linear graphsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Types of numberLink to work
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7 FebSet 1 and 2: Quadratic graphsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: LCM and HCFLink to work
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14 FebSet 1 and 2: Further graph workLink to work
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MEDIA

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4 JanPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
10 JanPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
17 JanPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
24 JanPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
31 JanPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 FebPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 FebPlease refer to 10G/Md1 and 10H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

PE

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4 JanChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
Link to Netflex
10 JanChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
Link to Netflex
17 JanChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
Link to Netflex
24 JanChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
Link to Netflex
31 JanChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
Link to Netflex
7 FebChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
Link to Netflex
14 FebChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
Link to Netflex

RE

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4 JanPlease refer to Google Classroom
10 JanPlease refer to Google Classroom
17 JanPlease refer to Google Classroom
24 JanPlease refer to Google Classroom
31 JanPlease refer to Google Classroom
7 FebPlease refer to Google Classroom
14 FebPlease refer to Google Classroom

SCIENCE

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4 JanAll students in KS4 study multiple sciences in parallel (usually taught by a different teacher). Therefore each week there will be an option of different topics.

When choosing the link, pick the one that meets the needs of your set. If you picked Science as an option then choose ‘Separate Science’. If you didn’t pick Science choose ‘Core’ and then the appropriate tier higher (HT) or foundation (FT)

For each topic start at the first lesson and work through them in sequence.

Topic 1: Particle Model
Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Topic 1: Particle Model
Core FT:

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Separate Science:
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Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Core FT:

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Separate Science:
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10 JanAll students in KS4 study multiple sciences in parallel (usually taught by a different teacher). Therefore each week there will be an option of different topics.

When choosing the link, pick the one that meets the needs of your set. If you picked Science as an option then choose ‘Separate Science’. If you didn’t pick Science choose ‘Core’ and then the appropriate tier higher (HT) or foundation (FT).

For each topic start at the first lesson and work through them in sequence.

Topic 1: Particle Model
Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Topic 1: Particle Model
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science
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Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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17 JanAll students in KS4 study multiple sciences in parallel (usually taught by a different teacher). Therefore each week there will be an option of different topics.

When choosing the link, pick the one that meets the needs of your set. If you picked Science as an option then choose ‘Separate Science’. If you didn’t pick Science choose ‘Core’ and then the appropriate tier higher (HT) or foundation (FT).

For each topic start at the first lesson and work through them in sequence.

Topic 1: Particle Model
Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Topic 1: Particle Model
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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24 JanAll students in KS4 study multiple sciences in parallel (usually taught by a different teacher). Therefore each week there will be an option of different topics.

When choosing the link, pick the one that meets the needs of your set. If you picked Science as an option then choose ‘Separate Science’. If you didn’t pick Science choose ‘Core’ and then the appropriate tier higher (HT) or foundation (FT).

For each topic start at the first lesson and work through them in sequence.

Topic 1: Particle Model
Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Topic 1: Particle Model
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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31 JanAll students in KS4 study multiple sciences in parallel (usually taught by a different teacher). Therefore each week there will be an option of different topics.

When choosing the link, pick the one that meets the needs of your set. If you picked Science as an option then choose ‘Separate Science’. If you didn’t pick Science choose ‘Core’ and then the appropriate tier higher (HT) or foundation (FT).

For each topic start at the first lesson and work through them in sequence.

Topic 1: Particle Model
Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Topic 1: Particle Model
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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7 FebAll students in KS4 study multiple sciences in parallel (usually taught by a different teacher). Therefore each week there will be an option of different topics.

When choosing the link, pick the one that meets the needs of your set. If you picked Science as an option then choose ‘Separate Science’. If you didn’t pick Science choose ‘Core’ and then the appropriate tier higher (HT) or foundation (FT)
For each topic start at the first lesson and work through them in sequence.

Topic 1: Particle Model
Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry.
Topic 1: Particle Model
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Core FT:

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Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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14 FebAll students in KS4 study multiple sciences in parallel (usually taught by a different teacher). Therefore each week there will be an option of different topics.

When choosing the link, pick the one that meets the needs of your set. If you picked Science as an option then choose ‘Separate Science’. If you didn’t pick Science choose ‘Core’ and then the appropriate tier higher (HT) or foundation (FT).

For each topic start at the first lesson and work through them in sequence.

Topic 1: Particle Model
Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Topic 1: Particle Model
Core FT:

Link to work
Core HT:
Link to work
Separate Science:
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Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
Core FT:

Link to work
Core HT:
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Separate Science:
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SPANISH

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4 JanOpinions on school subjects
Comparisons and superlatives
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10 JanDescribing school facilitiesLink to work
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17 JanSchool rules and problemsLink to work
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24 JanMaking plans for an exchangeLink to work
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31 JanTalking about activities and achievementsLink to work
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7 FebGuided writing foundation and higherLink to work
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14 FebTalking about a gap yearLink to work
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TEXTILES

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4 JanPattern & Culture
AO4 – Present
Production of final idea
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
10 JanPattern & Culture
AO4 – Present
Production of final idea
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
17 JanNEA – Identity Project
AO1 – Develop
Explore and analyse the theme and present mind map in sketchbook
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
24 JanAO1 – Develop: Identity Project
Explore imagery and 1st thoughts on the theme. Present mood board in sketchbook.
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
31 JanAO1 – Develop: Identity Project
Explore and analyse the work of a textile artist who is inspired by the theme.
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
7 FebAO1 – Develop: Identity Project
Explore and analyse the work of a textile artist who is inspired by the theme.
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
14 FebAO3 – Record: Identity Project
Primary and secondary Observational drawings and textile samples into sketchbook.
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
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4 JanLink to work
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17 JanLink to work
24 JanLink to work
31 JanLink to work
7 FebLink to work
14 FebLink to work

ART

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15 NovEmbedding drawing fundamentals (with paper and pencil)Link to work
22 NovEmbedding drawing fundamentals (with pen and ink)Link to work
29 NovEmbedding drawing fundamentals: Tone & shadowsLink to work
6 DecEmbedding drawing fundamentals: PerspectiveLink to work
13 DecDrawing techniques: Exploring texturesLink to work

BTEC IT

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8 NovCOMPONENT 1: EXPLORING USER INTERFACE DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND PROJECT PLANNING TECHNIQUES: LAB
project constraints and potential risks that could affect the project and they will put together a comprehensive contingency plan, for example learners will show which tasks will be affected if other tasks are delayed
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
15 NovA comprehensive initial design of their user interface for at least four screens. Their initial design will meet all user requirements, input and output requirements and user accessibility needsPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
22 NovA range of methods that show in thorough detail the visualisation of the user interface and comprehensive details of what hardware and software is required to create the user interface • an effective test strategy, outlining what methods they will use to test their user interfacePlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
29 NovLearners will use their plan to create a user interface and assess the strengths and weaknesses of both their project plan and their user interface. The user interface should focus purely on the overall look and feel, and the user navigation methods.Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
6 DecLearners will provide thorough relevant detail on how the user interface is appropriate for the intended device and the impact it will have on the user. All user requirements will have been met.
Learners will obtain feedback from potential users and will refine their user interface using an iterative approach. All iterations will clearly improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the user
interface. The changes made during each iteration will be well documented.
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
13 DecHow the user interface is easy to use and its suitability for the audience and purpose • how effectively they have made use of different design principles.
How the user interface can be developed further to better meet both user requirements and design principles.
The strengths and weaknesses of their project planning skills; this will include comprehensive detail on effective use of their chosen project planning tools and methodologies, and how relevant they were to the project.
How they overcame project constraints and the impact of using an iterative design approach
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you

COMPUTER SCIENCE

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8 Nov2.1.1 Computational thinking ¨ Principles of computational thinking: o Abstraction o Decomposition o Algorithmic thinkingPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
15 Nov2.1.2 Designing, creating and refining algorithms ¨ Identify the inputs, processes, and outputs for a problem ¨ Structure diagramsPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
22 Nov2.1.2 Designing, creating and refining algorithms ¨ Identify the inputs, processes, and outputs for a problem ¨ Structure diagrams ¨ Create, interpret, correct, complete, and refine algorithms using: o Pseudocode o Flowcharts o Reference language/high-level programming languagePlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
29 Nov2.1.2 Designing, creating and refining algorithms ¨ Identify the inputs, processes, and outputs for a problem ¨ Structure diagrams ¨ Create, interpret, correct, complete, and refine algorithms using: o Pseudocode o Flowcharts o Reference language/high-level programming languagePlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
6 DecIdentify common errorsPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you
13 DecTrace tablesPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant sections to you

DRAMA

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1 NovAn Inspector Calls / DevisedSee Google Classroom
8 NovAn Inspector Calls / DevisedSee Google Classroom
15 NovAn Inspector CallsSee Google Classroom
22 NovAn Inspector CallsSee Google Classroom
29 NovAn Inspector CallsSee Google Classroom
6 DecAn Inspector CallsSee Google Classroom
13 DecAn Inspector CallsSee Google Classroom

ENGLISH

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1 NovRomeo and Juliet – Act 4 focusing on the Friar’s plan and Juliet’s deathLink to work
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8 NovRomeo and Juliet – Act 5 Scene 1 and the final moments of the playLink to work
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15 NovRomeo and Juliet – The end of the play and focusing on the key themes of love and conflictLink to work
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22 NovRomeo and Juliet charactersClasscode: 7yhw69cem4
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29 NovRomeo and Juliet key themesClasscode: 7yhw69cem4
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6 DecCreate revision materials for Romeo and Juliet – include characters, key themes, quotations and images
13 DecStory planning – Plan and write a story from one of the two titlesStory title sheet

FRENCH

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1 NovTalking about sportLink to work
8 NovTalking about sports jouer and faireLink to work
15 NovTalking about how long you have played sportsLink to work
22 NovUsing the InternetLink to work
29 NovTalking about hobbiesLink to work
6 DecTalking about hobbies continuesLink to work
13 DecTV programmesLink to work

GEOGRAPHY

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1 NovWhat is development?
This section will focus on what development is and the two main ways in which it is measured. It will also look at how we can categorise countries according to their level of development.
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8 NovHow is development measured?
This section will focus on a range of economic and social measures of development, and how they are calculated.
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15 NovWhat are the limitations of using social and economic indicators to measure development?
This section will focus on the weaknesses of a range of economic and social measures of development, and how they are calculated. It will also look at an alternative, the human development index, as a means of measuring development.
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22 NovWhat is the Demographic Transition Model (DTM)?
This section will focus on the Demographic Transition Model. It will also look at how levels of development vary at the different stages of the model.
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29 NovWhat are population pyramids?
This section will focus on population pyramids. It will cover what they are, how they are interpreted, and how they link to the Demographic Transition Model.
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6 DecWhat are the physical causes of uneven development?
This section will focus on the uneven levels of development shown by the development gap, and the physical causes of this uneven development.
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13 DecWhat are the economic and historic causes of uneven development?
This section will focus on the economic and historic causes of uneven development, with a particular focus on colonialism.
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GERMAN

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1 NovFamily & Friends – Describing peopleLink to work
8 NovFamily & Friends – Describing people (2)Link to work
15 NovFamily RelationshipsLink to work
22 NovFamily Relationships (2)Link to work
29 NovFamily Relationships (3)Link to work
6 DecPros & Cons of MarriageLink to work
13 DecActivities with Family & friendsLink to work

HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE

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1 Nov – 13 DecLink to PowerPoint 1 for Unit 3
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HISTORY

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1 NovEarly Elizabethan EnglandLink to work
8 NovEarly Elizabethan EnglandLink to work
15 NovEarly Elizabethan EnglandLink to work
22 NovEarly Elizabethan EnglandLink to work
29 NovEarly Elizabethan EnglandLink to work
6 DecEarly Elizabethan EnglandLink to work
13 DecEarly Elizabethan EnglandLink to work

MEDIA

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1 NovPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 NovPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
15 NovPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
22 NovPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
29 NovPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
6 DecPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
13 DecPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

MUSIC

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1 Nov – 13 DecPlease log in to your music class via Google Classroom. If you need further assistance, please contact your teacher via Google Classroom email account.

PE

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1 NovChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers. Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back. Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
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8 NovChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers. Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back. Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
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15 NovChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers. Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back. Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
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22 NovChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers. Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back. Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
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29 NovChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers. Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back. Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
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6 DecChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers. Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back. Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
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13 DecChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers. Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back. Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions.
Choose one of the workouts on the NETFLEX menu. You can always try more than one if you are feeling energetic!
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RE

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SCIENCE

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1 NovBioenergetics FT
Bioenergetics HT
Energy Changes FT
Energy Changes HT
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8 NovBioenergetics FT
Bioenergetics HT
Energy Changes FT
Energy Changes HT
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15 NovBioenergetics FT
Bioenergetics HT
Energy Changes FT
Energy Changes HT
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22 NovBioenergetics FT
Bioenergetics HT
Energy Changes FT
Energy Changes HT
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29 NovBioenergetics FT
Bioenergetics HT
Energy Changes FT
Energy Changes HT
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6 DecBioenergetics FT
Bioenergetics HT
Energy Changes FT
Energy Changes HT
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13 DecBioenergetics FT
Bioenergetics HT
Energy Changes FT
Energy Changes HT
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SPANISH

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1 NovDescribing peopleLink to work
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8 NovSaying what people doLink to work
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15 NovSaying what people do and don’t doLink to work
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22 NovDescribing locationsLink to work
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29 NovAsking and answering questionsLink to work
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6 DecTalking about places and locationsLink to work
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13 DecDescribing activities different people doLink to work
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TEXTILES

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1 NovPattern & Culture
AO2 – Refine
Experiment with the process of Silk Painting
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
8 NovPattern & Culture
AO2 – Refine
Experiment with the process of Mandala weaving
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
15 NovPattern & Culture
AO2 – Refine
Experiment with the process of Batik
Please refer to 10G/Ar1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.
22 NovPattern & Culture
AO1 – Develop
Explore and investigate the work of a textile designer
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29 NovPattern & Culture
AO3 – Record
Develop ideas that link to the theme ‘Pattern & Cultures’ and link to the textile artist investigation.
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6 DecPattern & Culture
AO4 – Present
Production of final Idea
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13 DecPattern & Culture
AO4 – Present
Production of final idea
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HALF TERM 1 (SEPT – OCT)

ENGLISH

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7 SeptIntroduction to English – Check Google Classroom for Summer work to complete
13 SeptStructuring writing to be as clear and focused as possible – looking at sentence structures, using semi-colons and colons and creating counter arguments.Link to work
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20 SeptResearch a topic of your choice and write a speech based on it that is no longer than 6 minutes.
27 SeptRomeo and Juliet –Prologue and Act 1 Scene 1.Link to work
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4 OctRomeo and Juliet – Act 1 and 2Classcode: 7yhw69cem4
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11 OctRomeo and Juliet – Act 3 Scene 2 and 3 focusing on Juliet’s soliloquy and Romeo’s character.Link to work
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18 OctRomeo and Juliet – Act 3 Scene 5 focusing on foreshadowing and dialogue. Also looking in detail at the character of Lord Capulet.Link to work
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FRENCH

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7 SeptTalking about friendsLink to work
13 SeptMore on talking about friendsLink to work
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20 SeptTalking about relationshipsLink to work
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27 SeptMore on talking about relationshipsLink to work
4 OctArranging to go outLink to work
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11 OctDescribing a night outLink to work
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18 OctTalking about a past eventLink to work

GEOGRAPHY

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7 SeptWhat are natural hazards?
This week, we will define the two types of natural hazard and classify a range of natural hazards.
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13 SeptWhat are the factors which affect hazard risk?
This week, we will learn the three factors which influence hazard risk – vulnerability, capacity to cope and nature of a natural hazard.
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20 SeptPlate tectonics theory
This week, we will examine the three theories associated with tectonic movement: convection currents, slab pull and ridge push.
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27 SeptThe global distribution of earthquakes and volcanoes
This week, we will describe the distribution of the tectonic hazards associated with tectonic plate boundaries.
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4 OctTypes of plate boundary: Constructive
This week, we will explain why earthquakes and volcanoes occur on constructive plate margins.
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11 OctTypes of plate boundary: Destructive and Conservative
This week, we will explain why earthquakes and volcanoes occur on destructive and conservative plate margins.
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18 OctEffects and responses of tectonic hazards
This week, we will learn about categorising the primary and secondary effects of earthquakes. We will also categorise the short and long-term responses.
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GERMAN

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7 SeptDiscussing sports / hobbies (1)Link to work
13 SeptDiscussing sports & hobbies (2)Link to work
20 SeptDiscussing sports & hobbies (3)Link to work
27 SeptDiscussing Film & TV (1)Link to work
4 OctDiscussing Film & TV (2) & (3)Link to work
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11 OctFilm & TV Reading & TranslationLink to work
18 OctDiscussing Music !, 2 & 3Link to work
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HISTORY

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7 SeptNazi policies towards womenLink to work
13 SeptNazi policies towards women part 2Link to work
20 SeptHitler YouthLink to work
27 SeptNazi EducationLink to work
4 OctUnemployment in Nazi GermanyLink to work
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11 OctMinorities in Nazi GermanyLink to work
18 OctJews in Nazi GermanyLink to work

MATHS

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13 SeptSet 1 and 2: Solving linear equationsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: RoundingLink to work
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20 SeptSet 1 and 2: FactorisingLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: estimationLink to work
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27 SeptSet 1 and 2: solving quadraticsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: ProbabilityLink to work
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4 OctSet 1 and 2: GraphsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Further probabilityLink to work
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11 OctSet 1 and 2: Simultaneous equationsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Equations to solveLink to work
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18 OctSet 1 and 2: Simultaneous equations and intro to iterationLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Linear equationsLink to work
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MEDIA

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7 SeptPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
13 SeptPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
20 SeptPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
27 SeptPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
4 OctPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
11 OctPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
18 OctPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

MUSIC

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7 Sept – 18 OctPlease log in to your music class via Google Classroom. If you need further assistance, please contact your teacher via Google Classroom email account.

PE

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7 Sept – 18 Oct Please work through the PowerPoint when you should have your PE lessons.
You will find both practical and written tasks to do and some questions for you
to answer. Later in the PowerPoint there are some practical tasks that you can complete and you can choose the ones you think you might like to have a go
at. Get everyone at home involved too.
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SCIENCE

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7 SeptChemistry Rates FT
Chemistry Rates HT
Atomic Structure FT
Atomic Structure HT
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13 SeptChemistry Rates FT
Chemistry Rates HT
Atomic Structure FT
Atomic Structure HT
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20 SeptChemistry Rates FT
Chemistry Rates HT
Atomic Structure FT
Atomic Structure HT
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27 SeptChemistry Rates FT
Chemistry Rates HT
Atomic Structure FT
Atomic Structure HT
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4 OctChemistry Rates FT
Chemistry Rates HT
Atomic Structure FT
Atomic Structure HT
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11 OctChemistry Rates FT
Chemistry Rates HT
Atomic Structure FT
Atomic Structure HT
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18 OctChemistry Rates FT
Chemistry Rates HT
Atomic Structure FT
Atomic Structure HT
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SPANISH

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7 SeptTalking about events in the pastLink to work
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13 SeptComparing past experiencesLink to work
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20 SeptTalking in general
Comparing what you and someone else do
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27 SeptSaying what you must do in class- modal verbsLink to work
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4 OctDescribing what people must and want to doLink to work
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11 OctUsing the verb ‘ir’Link to work
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18 OctDescribing future plansLink to work
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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY

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13 SeptPattern & Culture
AO1 – Develop
Mind Map & Mood Board
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20 SeptPattern & Culture
AO3 – Record
Primary and secondary Observational drawings into sketchbook
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27 SeptPattern & Culture
AO2 – Refine
Experiment with the process of developing pattern fabric prints
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4 OctPattern & Culture
AO2 – Refine
Experiment with the process of lino printing
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11 OctPattern & Culture
AO2 – Refine
Experiment with the process of lino printing
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18 OctPattern & Culture
AO2 – Refine
Experiment with the process of weaving
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