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Achieve

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 OctPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
12 OctPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 OctPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
2 NovPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9 NovPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecPlease refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarLiteracy
Complete 30 minutes of Lexia and 30 minutes of Accelerated Reader.
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
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15 MarLiteracy
Complete 30 minutes of Lexia and 30 minutes of Accelerated Reader.
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
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22 MarLiteracy
Complete 30 minutes of Lexia and 30 minutes of Accelerated Reader.
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
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12 AprLiteracy
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and any remaining time on private study/catch up e.g. Heggarty/SENECA
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details and to check for any Google Forms to complete.
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19 AprLiteracy
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and any remaining time on private study/catch up e.g. Heggarty/SENECA
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details and to check for any Google Forms to complete.
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26 AprLiteracy
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and any remaining time on private study/catch up e.g. Heggarty/SENECA
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details and to check for any Google Forms to complete.
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3 MayLiteracy
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and any remaining time on private study/catch up e.g. Heggarty/SENECA
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details and to check for any Google Forms to complete.
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10 MayLiteracy
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and any remaining time on private study/catch up e.g. Heggarty/SENECA
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details and to check for any Google Forms to complete.
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17 MayLiteracy
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and any remaining time on private study/catch up e.g. Heggarty/SENECA
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details and to check for any Google Forms to complete.
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24 MayLiteracy
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and any remaining time on private study/catch up e.g. Heggarty/SENECA
Please refer to class 10F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details and to check for any Google Forms to complete.
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Active Studies

DateLesson FocusResources
2 NovAnimal testingLink to work
9 NovEuthanasiaLink to work
16 NovEuthanasiaLink to work
23 NovEnvironmental issuesLink to work
30 NovEnvironmental issuesLink to work
7 DecAssessmentPlease look on Google Classroom for work
14 DecAssessmentPlease look on Google Classroom for work
8 MarAttitudes towards DivorceLink to work
15 MarAttitudes towards DivorceLink to work
22 MarAttitudes towards same sex marriage.Link to work
12 AprWhat responsibilities does the media have?Link to work
19 AprWhat responsibilities does the media have?Link to work
26 AprHow can the media be misleading?Link to work
3 MayHow can the media be misleading?Link to work
10 MayShould the media ever be censored?Link to work
17 MayShould the media ever be censored?Link to work
24 MayHow does the media hold those in power to account?Link to work

Art

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptHow to draw the proportions of the face accurately.Link to work
5 OctHow to draw eyes accurately.Link to work
12 OctHow to draw the mouth accurately.Link to work
19 OctHow to draw the nose accurately.Link to work
2 NovTo embed fundamentals of drawings techniquesLink to work
9 NovTo embed fundamentals of drawings techniques using imagesLink to work
16 NovTo practice and develop use of tone and shadow to create realistic effectsLink to work
23 NovPeople: the faceLink to work
30 NovPeople: the eyesLink to work
7 DecPeople: the earsLink to work
14 DecPeople: the mouthLink to work
4 JanPeople: the noseLink to work
11 JanPeople: hairLink to work
18 JanPeople: the human figure (part 1)Link to work
25 JanPeople: the human figure ( part 2)Link to work
1 FebJasper Johns (part 1)Link to work
8 FebJasper John (part 2)Link to work
8 MarInteresting PerspectiveLink to work
15 MarInteresting PerspectiveLink to work
22 MarInteresting PerspectiveLink to work
12 AprPhotography: Lighting and compositionLink to work
19 AprPhotography: Ideas within photographyLink to work
26 AprPhotography: FreelensingLink to work
3 MayPhotography: Angles and viewfindersLink to work
10 MayPhotography: Photographic contact stripLink to work
17 MayPhotography: Layering and transparent compositionsLink to work

Business Studies

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptThe costs involved in a business.Link to work
5 OctHow businesses make a profit.Link to work
12 OctBusiness planning and breaking even.Link to work
19 OctWhy businesses need to use budgets.Link to work
2 NovPromotional Mix – See also Google Classroom
Work through and complete the questions independently
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9 NovAIDA Model Revision – See also Google Classroom
Work through and complete the questions independently
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16 NovAdvertising Revision – See also Google Classroom
Work through and complete the questions independently
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23 NovSales Promotion Revision – See also Google Classroom
Work through and complete the questions independently
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30 Nov – 14 DecComplete sales promotion/advertising tasks.
All work is linked to google classroom. Work through and complete the questions independently.
Link to Google Classroom and then specific class
5 JanComponent 3
Business Documents
Please to your Year 10 class link in Google Classroom to access your lesson materials and presentation and communicate with your teacher.
(Part 1 Presentation and booklet)
11 JanComponent 3
Payment Methods
Please to your Year 10 class link in Google Classroom to access your lesson materials and presentation and communicate with your teacher.
(Part 2 Presentation and booklet)
18 JanComponent 3
Costs
Please to your Year 10 class link in Google Classroom to access your lesson materials and presentation and communicate with your teacher.
(Part 3 Presentation and booklet)
25 JanComponent 3
Costs
Please to your Year 10 class link in Google Classroom to access your lesson materials and presentation and communicate with your teacher.
(Part 3 Presentation and booklet)
1 FebComponent 3
Cash Flow
Please to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
(Cash flow booklet and presentation)
8 FebComponent 3
Cash Flow
Please to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
(Cash flow booklet and presentation)
8 MarComponent 3 – Examination
Break-Even
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
15 MarComponent 3 – Examination
Break-Even
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
22 MarComponent 3 – Examination
Break-Even
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
12 Apr• Component 1 – Learning Aim C – Newspaper Articles – Internal Factors Affecting BusinessesPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
19 Apr• Component 1 – Learning Aim C – Newspaper Articles – Internal Factors Affecting BusinessesPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
26 Apr• Component 1 – Learning Aim C – Newspaper Articles – External Factors Affecting BusinessesPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
3 May• Component 1 – Learning Aim C – Newspaper Articles – External Factors Affecting BusinessesPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
10 May• Component 1 – Learning Aim C – Newspaper Articles – SWOT ANALYSISPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
17 May• Component 1 – Learning Aim C – Newspaper Articles – SWOT ANALYSISPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
24 May• Component 1 – Learning Aim C – Newspaper Articles – PEST ANALYSISPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.

Computer Science

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptRecognise the privacy issues which arise from the impact of digital technology.

Recognise the legal issues which arise from the impact of digital technology.


5 OctUnderstand the purpose of the Data Protection Act 2018.

Understand the purpose of the Computer Misuse Act 1990.
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12 OctUnderstand the purpose of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.Link to work
19 OctUnderstand the need for a software licence.

Understand what is meant by open source software.
• Understand what is meant by proprietary software.
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2 Nov• Understand the need for a software licence.
• Understand what is meant by open source software.
• Understand what is meant by proprietary software.
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9 NovUse the playlist link to create detailed revision notes. You can use any revision strategy you are most comfortable with. These are listed in your planner on pages: 128130Link to work
16 NovComplete end of unit quizLink to work
23 NovComplete the exam questions on revisionUse homework link on Google Classroom.
5 JanCreating and producing algorithmsLink to work
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11 JanUsing Linear search to search through a listLink to work
18 JanUsing merge sort to sort a listLink to work
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25 JanUsing insertion sort to sort a listLink to work
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8 MarComponent 2 – Examination

• Logical expressions
• This lesson will deepen your understanding of logical expressions by introducing the operators AND and OR. It will begin with a Parson’s Problem to check your understanding of selection. It will then move on to an unplugged activity that introduces AND and OR. You will walk through code, and investigate it before writing your own logical expressions.
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
15 MarComponent 2 – Examination

• Nested selection
• This lesson introduces you to the concept of nesting if statements. You will walk through some basic nested statements to check your understanding. You will then follow the PRIMM approach and investigate a ‘guess the animal’ game. You will modify the game to improve the functionality of it.
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
22 MarComponent 2 – Examination
• While loops
• This lesson will introduce you to the world of iteration in programming. You will learn how to create and use a while loop in Python.
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
12 Apr• Component 2 – Examination
defensive design considerations:
• input sanitisation/validation
• planning for contingencies
• anticipating misuse
• authentication
maintainability:
• comments
• indentation
• the purpose of testing
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
19 Apr• Component 2 – Examination
types of testing:
• iterative
• final/terminal
how to identify syntax and logic errors.
Selecting and using suitable test data.
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
26 Apr• Component 2 – Examination
types of testing:
• iterative
• final/terminal
how to identify syntax and logic errors.
• Selecting and using suitable test data.
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.

Construction

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptRefer to work set in Google Classrooms
2 NovComplete Revision Booklet. Use the internet to help youUnit 1 booklet
9 NovComplete H&S sheet Use the internet to help youH S Worksheet
16 NovComplete Revision Booklet. Use the internet to help youUnit 1 booklet
23 NovComplete H&S sheet Use the internet to help youH S Worksheet
30 NovComplete Revision Booklet Use the internet to help youUnit 1 booklet
7 DecComplete H&S sheet Use the internet to help youH S Worksheet
14 DecComplete Revision Booklet Use the internet to help youUnit 1 booklet
8 Mar
15 Mar
21 Mar
1. Site Manager
2. Safety Officer
3. Builder
4. Tradesperson
5. Specialist Subcontractor
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12 AprSelect the link to: Focus on Wood Joints
Chair Joints: Mortis and Tennon

Watch all of the animations to grasp a full understanding of the wood joint. Take detailed notes and draw diagrams of the jointing method. Ensure you list down the suitable materials.
Focus eLearning
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19 AprSelect the link to: Focus on Wood Joints
Chair Joints: Dowel Joint

Watch all of the animations to grasp a full understanding of the wood joint. Take detailed notes and draw diagrams of the jointing method. Ensure you list down the suitable materials.
Focus eLearning
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26 AprSelect the link to: Focus on Wood Joints
Door Joints: Bridle Joint

Watch all of the animations to grasp a full understanding of the wood joint. Take detailed notes and draw diagrams of the jointing method. Ensure you list down the suitable materials.
Focus eLearning
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3 MaySelect the link to: Focus on Wood Joints
Door Joints: Halving Joint

Watch all of the animations to grasp a full understanding of the wood joint. Take detailed notes and draw diagrams of the jointing method. Ensure you list down the suitable materials.
Focus eLearning
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10 MaySelect the link to: Focus on Wood Joints
Door Joints: Mitred Butt Joint

Watch all of the animations to grasp a full understanding of the wood joint. Take detailed notes and draw diagrams of the jointing method. Ensure you list down the suitable materials.
Focus eLearning
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17 MaySelect the link to: Focus on Wood Joints
Door Joints: Butt Joint

Watch all of the animations to grasp a full understanding of the wood joint. Take detailed notes and draw diagrams of the jointing method. Ensure you list down the suitable materials.
Focus eLearning
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24 MaySelect the link to: Focus on Wood Joints
Box Joints: Dovetail Joint

Watch all of the animations to grasp a full understanding of the wood joint. Take detailed notes and draw diagrams of the jointing method. Ensure you list down the suitable materials.
Focus eLearning
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Drama

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptScripted Monologues.

Choose a monologue. Focus on preparing this for performance.
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5 OctIntroduction to devising.

Watch and analyse a GCSE devised show.
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12 OctDevised monologues.

Create your own monologue.
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19 OctPreparing your monologue for performance.

Getting into role, exploring how to perform and annotating your monologue.
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2 NovSet text work –
‘An Inspector Calls’
Reading the play
Exploring:
Context
Themes
Characters
Exploring how to bring the play from page to stage.[acting, design, directing]
Introduction to answering exam style questions.
Refer to Google classrooms
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9 NovSet text work –
‘An Inspector Calls’
Refer to Google classrooms
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16 NovSet text work –
‘An Inspector Calls’
Refer to Google classrooms
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23 Nov‘An Inspector Calls’See Google Classroom
30 Nov‘An Inspector Calls’See Google Classroom
7 Dec‘An Inspector Calls’See Google Classroom
14 DecMini practical task project’See Google Classroom for linked PowerPoint activity
5 JanSee Google Classroom
An Inspector Calls continued
11 JanSee Google Classroom
An Inspector Calls continued
18 JanSee Google Classroom
8 MarDevising your own plays component 1 –
Political Theatre
See Google Classroom
15 MarDevising your own plays
Component 1
See Google Classroom
22 MarDevising your own plays
Component 1
See Google Classroom
19 AprComponent 1- devising
See Google Classroom
26 AprComponent 1- devising
See Google Classroom
3 MayComponent 1- devising
See Google Classroom
10 MayComponent 1- devising
See Google Classroom

Engineering

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptTolerance sheetLink to work
5 OctTorch DesignLink to work
12 OctCar DesignLink to work
19 OctWalking Stick DesignLink to work
2 Nov Car DesignLink to work
9 NovHand Held ComputerLink to work
16 NovRobot DesignLink to work
23 NovTorch DesignLink to work
30 NovPersonalised CarLink to work
7 DecMobile PhoneLink to work
14 DecLitter PickerLink to work
5 JanLampsLink to work
11 JanLampsLink to work
18 JanLampsLink to work
25 JanLampsLink to work
1 FebLampsLink to work
8 FebLampsLink to work
8-22 MarPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
12 AprPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
19 AprPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
26 AprPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
3 MayPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
10 MayPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
17 MayPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
24 MayPlease refer to 10G/Eg1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work

English (Lit only)

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptRomeo and Juliet –Prologue and Act 1 Scene 1.Seneca Learning class code – 43akd92bj9
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5 OctRomeo and Juliet – Act 1 and 2Seneca Learning class code – 43akd92bj9
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12 OctRomeo and Juliet – Act 3 (focusing on Act 3 Scene 1 and the banishment)Link to work
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19 OctRomeo and Juliet – Act 4 (focusing on the Friar’s plan and Juliet’s ‘death’)Link to work
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2 NovRomeo and Juliet – understanding Act 5 Scene 1 and the final moments of the play.Link to work
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9 NovRomeo and Juliet – understanding the end of the play. Looking carefully at two central themes of love and conflict.Link to work
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16 NovRomeo and Juliet – activities based on Act 5 and charactersSeneca Class code: 43akd92bj9
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23 NovPoetry Anthology – Read the poems. Work through the activities on the poems.
Work through the PowerPoints and complete the activities.
Seneca Class code: 43akd92bj9
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Afternoons poem
The Prelude poem
Afternoons PowerPoint
The Prelude PowerPoint
7 DecAnthology Poetry – To Autumn and Death of a NaturalistClass code: 43akd92bj9
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14 DecAnthology Poetry – Sonnet 43 and She Walks in BeautyClass code: 43akd92bj9
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4 JanGCSE Poetry – To Autumn and Death of a NaturalistLink to work
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Class code 43akd92bj9
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11 JanGCSE Poetry – Valentine/Dulce et Decorum Est/SoldierLink to work
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Class code 43akd92bj9
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18 JanAn Inspector Calls – contextLink to work
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25 JanAn Inspector Calls Act 1Link to work
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1 FebAn Inspector Calls Act 2Link to work
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8 FebAn Inspector Calls Act 3Link to work
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8 MarFiction Reading – how to approach texts and structural choices.Link to work
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15 MarFiction Reading – writers’ use of language and a personal response.Link to work
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22 MarGrammar revisionLink to work
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English (Lit & Lang)

DateLesson FocusResources
28 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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5 OctRomeo and Juliet –Prologue and Act 1 Scene 1.Seneca Learning class code – ri9asittga

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12 OctRomeo and Juliet – Act 1 and 2Seneca Learning class code – ri9asittga

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19 OctRevisit Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeSeneca Learning class – ri9asittga

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2 NovRomeo and Juliet – Act 3 Scene 2 and 3 focusing on Juliet’s soliloquy and Romeo’s character.Link to work

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9 NovRomeo 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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16th NovRomeo and Juliet – Act 4 focusing on the Friar’s plan and Juliet’s death.Link to work

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23 NovRomeo and Juliet – Act 5 Scene 1 and the final moments of the play.Link to work

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30 NovRomeo and Juliet – The end of the play and focusing on the key themes of love and conflict.Link to work

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7 DecPoetry Anthology – focus on the poem To Autumn.Link to work

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14 DecPoetry Anthology – focus on the poems To Autumn and Death of a Naturalist.

Romeo and Juliet Character revision.
Class code: ri9asittga

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5 JanRomeo and Juliet revision – create revision materials using the websites and your knowledgeLink to PowerPoint
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11 JanGCSE Poetry – Valentine/Dulce et Decorum Est/SoldierLink to work
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18 JanGCSE Poetry – Mametz Wood and ManhuntLink to Mametz Wood PowerPoint
Link to Manhunt PowerPoint
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25 JanGCSE Poetry – A Wife in London and As Imperceptibly As GriefLink to Wife in London PowerPoint
Link to Imperceptibly as Grief PowerPoint
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1 FebGCSE Component 1 ReadingList Lesson 1
List Lesson 2
Resources:
About a Boy
Benjamin Zephaniah
Heroes
Never Let Me Go
OM&M
8 FebGCSE Poetry – Cozy Apologia/Living Space/LondonLink to work
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8 MarFiction Reading – how to approach texts and structural choices.Link to work
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15 MarFiction Reading – writers’ use of language and a personal response.Link to work
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22 MarNarrative Writing – subject verb agreement and plan and write a story.Link to work
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12 AprNarrative Writing – what makes a good short story and narrative structureLink to work
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19 AprNarrative Writing – Developing character and figurative languageLink to work
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Class code:7yhw69cem4
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26 AprUnseen PoetryLink to work
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3 MayDr Jekyll and Mr Hyde RevisionLink to work
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10 MayTransactional Writing – Viewpoint writing, planning techniques, what makes an effective introduction and conclusion and rhetorical devices.Link to work
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17 MayTransactional Writing – sentence construction, rhetoric and counter arguments and mastering confused words.Link to work
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24 MayRomeo and Juliet RevisionLink to work
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Class code:7yhw69cem4
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Food

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptAge related target groups page 5 in bookletLink to booklet
5 OctReligious Dietary needs page 12 in bookletLink to booklet
12 OctSpecific Dietary Groups – vegetarians page 14 in bookletLink to booklet
19 OctWhy is food cooked? Page 16 in bookletLink to booklet
2 NovRevision – Proteins
Page 1-2
Link to booklet
9 NovRevision – Fats
Page 3-4
Link to booklet
16 NovRevision – Carbohydrates
Page 5-6
Link to booklet
23 NovRevision = Starch page 9Link to booklet
30 NovRevision – sugar page 8Link to booklet
7 DecRevision – Eatwell Guide page 13Link to booklet
14 DecRevision – Nutrients page 14Link to booklet
4 JanChoux Pastry Theory and PracticalGoogle Classroom
11 JanRevision Test on Raising AgentsGoogle Classroom
18 JanFunction of Ingredients – protein and eggsGoogle Classroom
25 JanRevision Test – ProteinsGoogle Classroom
8 MarRecovery work – raising agents
Practical – Choux pastry
Google Classroom
15 MarRecovery work – Practical – Lemon meringue pieGoogle Classroom
22 MarRecovery work – Functions and Chemical properties of carbohydratesGoogle Classroom
12 AprFood SciencePlease refer to 10G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 AprFood SciencePlease refer to 10G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
26 AprFood SciencePlease refer to 10G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
3 MayFood SciencePlease refer to 10G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
10 MayFood SciencePlease refer to 10G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
17 MayFood SciencePlease refer to 10G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
24 MayFood SciencePlease refer to 10G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

French

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptTalking about friendsLink to work
5 OctRelationships
Reflexive verbs
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12 OctFamily relationshipsLink to work
19 OctRelationshipsLink to work
2 NovTalking about sportLink to work
9 NovTalking about sports jouer and faireLink to work
16 NovTalking about how long you have played sportsLink to work
23 NovUsing the InternetLink to work
30 NovTalking about hobbiesLink to work
7 DecTalking about hobbies continuesLink to work
14 DecTV programmesLink to work
5 JanDiscussing career choiceLink to work
11 JanCareer choices and the conditional tenseLink to work
18 JanDiscussing career and using ‘mieux’ and ‘pire’Link to work
8 MarSaying what you do and did on holidayLink to work
15 MarMore on holidaysLink to work
22 MarMore on holidays and the past tenseLink to work
12 AprSaying what you do and did on holidayLink to work
19 AprSaying what you do and did on holidayLink to work
26 AprSaying what you do and did on holiday – irregular verbs and negativesLink to work
3 MaySaying what you do and did on holiday – past tense of etre and reflexive verbsLink to work
10 MayBooking hotels – asking questionsLink to work
17 MayBooking hotelLink to work
24 MayAn ideal holidayLink to work

Geography

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptWhy do people live in areas at risk, e.g. near to volcanoes?Link to work
5 OctHow can monitoring and prediction be used to reduce the risk of hazards? How can protection and planning reduce the risk of hazards?Link to work
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12 OctWhat is Global Atmospheric Circulation?Link to work
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19 OctWhat is the global distribution of tropical storms? How are tropical storms formed?Link to work
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2 NovWhat is development?
This lesson 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.
How is development measured?
This lesson will focus on a range of economic and social measures of development, and how they are calculated.
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9 NovWhat are the limitations of using social and economic indicators to measure development?
This lesson 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.
What is the Demographic Transition Model (DTM)?
This lesson 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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16 NovWhat are population pyramids?
This lesson will focus on population pyramids. It will cover what they are, how they are interpreted, and how they link to the Demographic Transition Model.
What are the physical causes of uneven development?
This lesson 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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Link to physical causes work
23 NovWhat are the economic and historic causes of uneven development?
This lesson will focus on the economic and historic causes of uneven development, with a particular focus on colonialism.
What are the consequences of uneven development?
This lesson will look at the consequences of uneven development. It will focus on disparities in both wealth and health and also, increases in migration.
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Link to uneven development work
30 NovHow can investment, industrial development and tourism help reduce the development gap?
This lesson will cover investment, industrial development and tourism as strategies to reduce the development gap.
Named example: What are the impacts of tourism in Jamaica?
This lesson will focus on the positive and negative impacts of tourism in Jamaica.
Link to reducing the gap work
Link to Jamaica work
7 DecHow can aid, intermediate technology and fair trade help reduce the development gap?
This lesson will cover aid, intermediate technology and fair trade as strategies to reduce the development gap.
How can debt relief and microfinance loans help reduce the development gap?
This lesson will cover debt relief and microfinance loans as strategies to reduce the development gap.
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14 DecCASE STUDY: Nigeria
• What are the advantages and disadvantages of TNCs (e.g. Shell Oil) operating in Nigeria?
• Is quality of life improving in Nigeria?
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4 Jan1) Evidence for Climate Change
In this lesson we will be studying the different sources of evidence for climate change.
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11 Jan2) 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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18 Jan3) Human Causes of Climate Change
In this lesson we will be studying how humans contribute to climate change, through transportation, deforestation, agriculture and industry.
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25 Jan4) 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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1 Feb5) Mitigation Against Climate Change
In the first part of 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.
In the second part of this lesson we will be studying how to mitigate against climate change using strategies such as afforestation and international agreements.
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8 Feb6) Adaption 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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8 Mar LESSON 1OS maps
In this lesson we will look at how to grid reference and describe places using OS maps.
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8 Mar LESSON 2Strategies to reduce the development gap (Part 1)
In this lesson, we will look at some of the strategies used to reduce the development gap. We will cover investment, industrial development and tourism.
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8 Mar LESSON 3Strategies to reduce the development gap (Part 2)
In this lesson we will look at some of the strategies used to reduce the development gap. We will cover aid, intermediate technology and fair trade.
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15 Mar LESSON 1Strategies to reduce the development gap (Part 3)
In this lesson, we will look at some of the strategies used to reduce the development gap. We will cover debt relief and microfinance loans.
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15 Mar LESSON 2An LIC using tourism to close the development gap: Kenya
In this lesson, we will look at how Kenya is using tourism to reduce the development gap. We will cover reasons why people visit Kenya, specific strategies used by the government to encourage tourism, and how this had both positive and negative outcomes in reducing the development gap.
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22 Mar LESSON 1Transport developments in the UK
This lesson will focus on the transport developments that have happened in the UK to support economic growth.
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22 Mar LESSON 2The North-South divide in the UK
This lesson explores the theory of the ‘North-South divide’ in the UK, with reference made to strategies used to close this gap.
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22 Mar LESSON 3Economic and political links between the UK and the wider world
This lesson looks at the importance of the UK economically and politically, on both a regional and global scale.
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12 AprAn introduction to ecosystems
In this lesson we will be learning about key terminology for ecosystems, and what makes up an ecosystem. Also, we will be looking at food chains and food webs.

How can change affect a small-scale ecosystem?
In this lesson we will be learning about human and natural changes that can threaten ecosystems and look at Slapton Ley in Devon as a case study to apply our knowledge to.
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19 AprGlobal ecosystems: Where are they and what are they like?
In this lesson we will be learning about global biomes and their distribution around the world. We then take an in-depth look at the different biomes and learn about their distinctive characteristics.

What are the physical characteristics of the tropical rainforest?
In this lesson we will be learning about physical characteristics of tropical rainforests. We will look at climate, the layers, animals and plants as well as the distinctive soils.
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26 AprInterdependence in the tropical rainforest
In this lesson we will be learning how the animals and plants rely completely on each other to survive. This is called ‘interdependence’

Plant adaptations in the tropical rainforest
In this lesson we will be learning how plants adapt to survive in the tropical rainforest.
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3 MayAnimal adaptations in the tropical rainforest
In this lesson we will be learning how animals adapt to survive in the tropical rainforest.

Changing rates of deforestation
In this lesson we will be learning about deforestation and how the amount of deforestation has changed over time.
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10 MayWhat are the causes of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest? (Part 1)
In this lesson we will be learning about the causes of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest. We will learn about subsistence farming, logging, road building and mineral extraction.

What are the causes of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest? (Part 2)
In this lesson we will be learning about the causes of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest. We will learn about energy development, settlement and population growth.
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17 MayWhat are the impacts of deforestation on the Amazon rainforest?
In this lesson we will be learning about the impacts of deforestation on economic development, the soils of the rainforest and how deforestation can contribute to climate change.

What is the value of the tropical rainforest to people and the environment?
In this lesson we will be looking at the importance of the rainforest. We will focus on looking at the economic importance as well as the importance of the environment and apply this knowledge to exam skills.
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24 MayHow can we manage the rainforest sustainably? (Part 1)
In this lesson we will be learning about managing the rainforest sustainably. We will learn about selective logging and replanting, conservation and education, as well as ecotourism.

How can we manage the rainforest sustainably? Part 2
In this lesson we will be learning about managing the rainforest sustainably. We will learn about selective international agreements on tropical hardwoods and debt reduction.

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German

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptRecap on information about Holidays – using both the Present and Perfect TenseLink to work
5 OctMore detailed information recapping Holidays comparing the use of the present and past tense using regular (weak verbs)Link to work
12 OctUsing the connectives “weil” & “denn” (because) to explain / justify likes and dislikesLink to work
19 OctRecapping on school subjects – saying what you do.Link to work
2 NovTalking about likes and dislikes – focus on adjective endingsLink to work
9 NovMore on what you like / dislike & use of adjectivesLink to work
16 NovDescribing others & the use of adjectivesLink to work
4 JanIntroduction to separable verbs using a birthday party as the contextLink to work
11 JanMore use of separable verbs using a birthday party as the contextLink to work
18 JanComparing lifestyles – using strong (irregular) verbs in the present tenseLink to work
8 MarIntroduction to separable verbs using a birthday party as the contextLink to work
15 MarMore use of separable verbs using a birthday party as the contextLink to work
22 MarComparing lifestyles – using strong (irregular) verbs in the present tenseLink to work
12 AprFoods and healthy lifestyleLink to work
19 AprUsing the imperfect tense with meals & healthy lifestyleLink to work
26 AprTalking about healthy and unhealthy lifestylesLink to work

Graphics

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptAnalysis of the theme/design brief.
• Mind map on the theme ‘Text & Image’
• Responding in the style of Tom Phillips
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5 OctEnvironment Patterns
• Secondary Observational Drawings
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12 OctAnatomy of Type
• Drawing serif & sans serif fonts
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19 OctDecorative type: A-Z Alphabet
• Internet research
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2 NovAO3 – Record ideas and observation in developing sketchbook presentation of mind map and design briefLink to work
9 NovAO3 – Sketchbook presentation of
A-Z typography investigations and anatomy of type.
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16 NovAO1 & AO3 – Sketchbook presentation of graphic designers.Link to work
23 Nov100 Letter Ideas
Create a range of letter ideas inspired by the work produced in the sketchbook
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30 NovDesigner Research
Investigate & analyse the work of Paul Thurlby. Produce designer copies from the research & Investigations
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7 DecSketchbook Presentation
Creatively present observations on environment patterns
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14 DecLetter Designs
Refine & develop letter designs linking work to designer and environment pattern observations/work.
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5 Jan100 Letter Ideas
Create a range of letter ideas inspired by the work produced in the sketchbook
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11 JanLetter Designs
Refine letter designs, experimenting with materials and techniques
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18 JanLetter Designs
Refine & develop letter designs linking work to designer and environment pattern observations/work.
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8 MarAO3 – Record
To use photography to record primary source observations of patterns and textures.
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15 MarAO2 – Refine
Digitally edit primary source observations.
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22 MarAO2 – Refine
Explore digital edits by experimenting with pattern repeats linking to designers you have studied.
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12 AprAO1 Develop-
Develop creative letter ideas using linking to designer and own observational studies.
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19 AprAO2 – Refine
Develop ideas and experiment with different graphical techniques and processes leading to a final idea
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26 AprAO4 – Present
Develop chosen idea into a final planned idea ready for creating the final outcome.
3 MayFestivals Project: AO1 – Develop
Explore and analyse the theme of festivals and create a mind map in sketchbooks of 1st ides.
10 MayFestivals Project: AO1 – Develop
Explore and research the theme of festivals through imagery and present a mood board in sketchbooks.
17 MayFestivals Project: AO3 – Record
Use secondary source imagery to produce observational drawings using a variety of drawing techniques.
24 MayFestivals Project: AO1 – Develop
Explore and analyse the work of graphic designers and present research in sketchbooks.

Health & Social Care

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptLink to work
5 OctLink to work
12 OctLink to work
19 OctLink to work
23 OctPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
2 NovPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9 NovPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
23 NovPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 JanPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
11 JanPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
18 JanPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
25 JanPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
4 FebPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 FebPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
15 MarPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
22 MarPlease refer 10F/Hs 1 and 10G/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

History

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptEarly Elizabethan England
• Elizabeth’s qualities
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5 OctEarly Elizabethan England
• Elizabethan society
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12 OctEarly Elizabethan England
• Elizabeth’s government
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19 OctEarly Elizabethan England
• Elizabeth’s problems abroad
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2 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• How did foreign powers react to the Religious Settlement
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9 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• Why was MQOS executed
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16 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• The decline in relations between England and Spain
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23 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• Political challenges with Spain
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30 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• Elizabeth provokes a war with Spain
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7 DecEarly Elizabethan England
• The Spanish Armada 1588
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14 DecEarly Elizabethan England
• Exploration of the New World
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5 JanNEW TOPIC:
The American West.
Lesson 1 – The Plains Indians
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11 JanLesson 2 – How the Indians survived on the PlainsLink to work
18 JanLesson 3 – Religion and tribal structureLink to work
25 JanLesson 4 – Indian warfareLink to work
1 FebLesson 5 – Government policy towards the Plains IndiansLink to work
8 FebLesson 6 – Why go West?Link to work
8 MarTOPIC: The American West (KT3)

Who were the Homesteaders?
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15 MarLesson 2 – The RailroadLink to work
22 MarLesson 3 – How did the Homesteaders solve the problems of living on the Plains?Link to work
12 AprTOPIC: The American West (KT3).
Who were the Homesteaders?
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19 AprLesson 2 – The RailroadLink to work
26 AprLesson 3 – How did the Homesteaders solve the problems of living on the Plains?Link to work
3 MayLesson 4 – The Exoduster movementLink to work
10 MayLesson 5 – Cattle drivesLink to work
17 MayLesson 6 – Cow townsLink to work
24 MayLesson 7 – The changing role of the cowboyLink to work

BTEC ICT

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptComponent 3a: Modern technologies: Communication technologies – Complete the worksheet, use the PPT to help.Log into your Google Classroom, go to your Year 10 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 3: Learning Aim A, modern technologies Lesson 1 Communication Technologies.
5 OctComponent 3a: Modern technologies: Features & uses of the cloud – Complete the worksheet, use the PPT to help.Log into your Google Classroom, go to your Year 10 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 3: Learning Aim A, modern technologies Lesson 2 Features & uses of cloud technology.
12 OctComponent 3a: Modern technologies: Selection of cloud technology – Complete the worksheet, use the PPT to help.Log into your Google Classroom, go to your Year 10 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 3: Learning Aim A, modern technologies Lesson 3 Selection of cloud technology.
19 OctComponent 3a: Modern technologies: Implications of cloud technology – Complete the worksheet, use the PPT to help.Log into your Google Classroom, go to your Year 10 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 3: Learning Aim A, modern technologies Lesson 4 Implications of cloud technology.
2 NovComponent 3 – Exam revision.
Topic: Modern Technologies – Lesson 1: Communication technologies. Complete the worksheet by using the PPT resource.
Log into their Google Classroom, go to Year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 1: Modern Technologies, Lesson 1: Communication Technologies.
9 NovTopic: Modern Technologies – Lesson 2: Features & Uses of the cloud. Complete the worksheet by using the PPT resourceLog into their Google Classroom, go to Year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 1: Modern Technologies, Lesson 2: Features & Uses of the cloud.
16 NovTopic: Modern Technologies – Lesson 3: Selection of cloud technologies. Complete the worksheet by using the PPT resource.Log into their Google Classroom, go to Year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 1: Modern Technologies, Lesson 3: Selection of cloud technologies
23 NovTopic: Modern Technologies – Lesson 4: Implications of Cloud technology Complete the worksheet by using the PPT resource.Log into their Google Classroom, go to Year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 1: Modern Technologies, Lesson 4: Implications of Cloud technology
30 NovTopic: Modern Technologies – Lesson 5: Changes to modern Teams Complete the worksheet by using the PPT resource.Log into their Google Classroom, go to Year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 1: Modern Technologies, Lesson 5: Changes to modern Teams
7 & 14 DecTopic: Modern Technologies – Lesson 6: Managing modern Teams
Complete the worksheet by using the PPT resource.
Log into Google Classroom, Y10 IT class, classwork, click on assignment C3 Topic 1: Impact of Modern Technologies – Lesson 6: Managing modern Teams
5 JanTopic 3: Lesson 10 – Why systems are attackedLog into their Google classroom, go to year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 3: Threat to data, Lesson 10.
11 JanTopic 3: Lesson 11 – External threatsLog into their Google classroom, go to year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 3: Threat to data, Lesson 11 threats.
18 JanTopic 3: Lesson 12 – Internal threatsLog into their Google classroom, go to year 10 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment C3 Topic 3: Threat to data, Lesson 12 – threats.
25 JanRevision – The cost of CybercrimeLink to work
1 FebRevision – Non-Automated cybercrimeLink to work
8 FebRevision – Automated cybercrimeLink to work
8 MarThe cost of cybercrime Lesson 1/7 – Complete the quiz’s and activities on the site.Link to work
15 MarThe cost of cybercrime Lesson 2/7 – Non-automated cybercrimeLink to work
22 MarThe cost of cybercrime – Lesson 3/7 Automated cyber crimeLink to work

Maths

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptHigher: Plotting quadratic graphs and simultaneous equations

Foundation: Inequalities
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5 OctHigher: Simultaneous equations (linear and quadratic)

Foundation: Probability scales
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12 OctHigher: Quadratic simultaneous equations and iterations

Foundation: Probability
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19 OctHigher: iteration and changing the subject

Foundation: Probability trees
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2 NovHigher:
Inequalities

Foundation:
Linear equations
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9 NovHigher:
Ratio and proportion

Foundation: Equations
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16 NovHigher:
Direct and inverse proportion

Foundation: Substitution and change the subject
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23 NovHigher:
Intro to surds

Foundation: Inequalities
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30 NovHigher:
Adding surds

Foundation:
Circles
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7 DecHigher:
Multiplying surds

Foundation:
Parts of a circle

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14 DecHigher:
Rationalising surds

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8 MarHigher: Trigonometry

Foundation: Pie Charts
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15 MarHigher: Trigonometry

Foundation: Representing data
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22 MarHigher: Advanced Trigonometry

Foundation:
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12 AprHigher: Constructions

Foundation: Time- distance graphs and indices recap
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19 AprHigher: Linear graphs

Foundation: Fraction operations
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26 AprHigher: Quadratic graphs

Foundation: Standard form
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3 MayHigher: Quadratic and kinematic graphs

Foundation: Linear graphs
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10 MayHigher: Histograms

Foundation: Quadratic graphs
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17 MayHigher: Averages and data

Foundation: Real life graphs
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24 MayFoundation: PythagorasFOUNDATION
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Media

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptAudience profiling

How the media industry identifies its target audience
Complete the audience profile template for yourself and two other members of your family.
Google classroom HT1#1
5 OctBlumler and Katz

Uses and gratifications
Choose five media platforms and give an example of a media product, its audience and why the media text is consumed.
Google classroom HT1#2
12 OctMedia Diary

Develop your understanding of media theories and why people engage with media texts
Keep a daily log of your media consumption between Monday 12 October and Friday 16 October. Include what you have engaged with and its purpose (refer to Blumler and Katz theory).
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19 OctMagazine articles

Consolidate your knowledge of audience theor
Select a range of magazine articles (minimum of three – either hard copies or online) and create an audience profile for each article.
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2 NovAudience and product
Movie Shorts (2)
Narrative Theory
Propp’s Character types
Resources uploaded in your Google class
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9 NovAudience and product
Report write-up
Resources uploaded in your Google class
Google classroom HT2#2
16 NovAudience and product
Print adverts (1)
Connotation and Denotation
Stereotyping

Resources uploaded in your Google class
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23 NovAudience and product
Print adverts (2)
Cultural Appropriation
Comparing Old and New
Resources uploaded in your Google class
Google classroom HT1#4
30 NovPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 JanPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
11 JanPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
18 JanPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
25 JanPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
1 FebPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 FebPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
15 MarPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
22 MarPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
12 AprPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 AprPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
26 AprPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
3 MayPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
10 MayPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
17 MayPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
24 MayPlease refer to 10F/Md1 and 10G/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

Music

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 OctPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
12 OctPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 OctPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
2 NovPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9 NovPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
23 NovPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 Dec14 Dec Please refer to class 10H/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarPlease find all work for KS4 isolating pupils in Google Classroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 10H/Mu1 classwork stream10H/Mu1 Classwork Stream
15 MarClassroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 10H/Mu1 classwork stream10H/Mu1 Classwork Stream
22 MarClassroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 10H/Mu1 classwork stream10H/Mu1 Classwork Stream
12 AprPlease find all work for KS4 isolating pupils in Google Classroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 10H/Mu1 classwork stream10H/Mu1 classwork stream
19 AprPlease find all work for KS4 isolating pupils in Google Classroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 10H/Mu1 classwork stream10H/Mu1 classwork stream
26 AprPlease find all work for KS4 isolating pupils in Google Classroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 10H/Mu1 classwork stream10H/Mu1 classwork stream

PE

DateLesson FocusResources
2 NovSkill Related Fitness – Agility & Balance
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 7,8,10,14.16,17 & 19 and complete revision sheets 6 and 7.
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9 NovSkill Related Fitness – Co-ordination, Power & Reaction Time
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 5-10, 12, 15,16 & 18.
Answer the questions on slides 22 – 31 and complete the revision sheets for each component of fitness.
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16 NovWhy are Skill-related & Physical Components important in sport?
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 4,6 & 8 and complete the extended question on slide 10.

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23 NovExercise Intensity & Heart Rate
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 4-6 & 9-13. Complete revision sheet 12 on exercise intensity.
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30 NovTraining Thresholds – RPE & Heart Rate Relationships
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 4-8 and the extended writing task on slide 11. Complete revision sheet 14 on training zones.
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7 DecBorg RPE Scale

Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 7, 9, 11 & 14.
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14 DecBasic Principles of Training – FITT

Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 1, 3, 9, 11 & 14. Completed the extended writing question on slide 16 and complete the revision sheet on the basic principles of training.
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1 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
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8 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
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15 MarChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
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22 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
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12 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
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19 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
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26 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
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3 MayChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
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10 MayChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions
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17 MayChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions
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24 MayChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
Remove all jewellery & tie your hair back
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions
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RE

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptKey Christian beliefs about – The nature of GodLink to work
5 OctKey Christian beliefs about – CreationLink to work
12 OctKey Christian beliefs about – IncarnationLink to work
19 OctKey Christian beliefs about – The Life of JesusLink to work
1 MarLink to Instruction
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8 MarLink to Instruction
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15 MarLink to Instruction
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22 Mar

Science

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptAll 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: Biology – Inheritance, Variation and Evolution

Topic 2: Chemistry – Organic Chemistry
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5 OctTopic 1: Biology – Inheritance, Variation and Evolution

Topic 2: Chemistry – Organic Chemistry
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12 OctTopic 1: Biology – Inheritance, Variation and Evolution

Topic 2: Physics – Particle Model

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19 OctTopic 1: Biology – Inheritance, Variation and Evolution

Topic 2: Physics – Particle Model
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2 NovAll 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: Physics – Atomic Structure

Topic 2: Biology – Homeostasis and response
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9 NovTopic 1: Physics – Atomic Structure

Topic 2: Biology – Homeostasis and response
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16 NovTopic 1: Physics – Atomic Structure

Topic 2: Biology – Homeostasis and response
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23 NovTopic 1: Chemistry – Chemical Analysis

Topic 2: Biology – Homeostasis and response

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30 NovTopic 1: Chemistry – Chemical Analysis

Topic 2: Biology – Homeostasis and response
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7 DecTopic 1: Chemistry – Chemical Analysis

Topic 2: Biology – Homeostasis and response
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14 DecTopic 1: Chemistry – Chemical Analysis

Topic 2: Biology – Homeostasis and response
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5 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: Waves

Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
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11 JanTopic 1: Waves

Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
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18 JanTopic 1: Waves

Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
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25 JanTopic 1: Chemistry of the Atmosphere

Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
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1 FebTopic 1: Chemistry of the Atmosphere

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8 FebTopic 1: Chemistry of the Atmosphere

Topic 2: Quantitative Chemistry
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8 MarAll 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.
Biology 7 Ecology
Chemistry 3 Quantitative Chemistry
BIOLOGY 7 ECOLOGY

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15 MarBIOLOGY 7 ECOLOGY

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22 MarBIOLOGY 7 ECOLOGY

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12 AprAll 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: Physics – Magnets

Topic 2: Chemistry – Using Resources
MAGNETS
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USING RESOURCES
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19 AprMAGNETS
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USING RESOURCES
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26 AprMAGNETS
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USING RESOURCES
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3 MayMAGNETS
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USING RESOURCES
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10 MayBioenergeticsBIOENERGETICS
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17 MayBIOENERGETICS
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24 MayBIOENERGETICS
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Spanish

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptDescribing peopleLink to work
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5 OctTalking about relationshipsLink to work
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12 OctMaking plans with family and friendsLink to work
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19 OctDiscussing plans for the futureLink to work
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2 NovTalking about what people doLink to work
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9 NovTalking about what people doLink to work
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16 NovTalking about SportLink to work
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23 NovTalking about SportLink to work
30 NovTalking about SportLink to work
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7 DecTalking about jobsLink to work
14 DecApplying for a summer jobLink to work
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5 JanDescribing what other people doLink to work
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11 JanTalking about future plansLink to work
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18 JanTalking about rules- saying what you must doLink to work
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25 JanComparisonsLink to work
1 FebTalking about opinionsLink to work
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4 FebUsing the past tenseLink to work
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8 MarDescribing what other people doLink to work
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15 MarTalking about future plansLink to work
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22 MarTalking about rules- saying what you must doLink to work
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29 MarComparisonsLink to work
12 AprTalking about what you do in summerLink to work
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19 AprTalking about what you do in summer/ what you like to doLink to work
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26 AprTalking about what you do in summer/ what you like to doLink to work
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3 MayTalking about holidays in the past tenseLink to work
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10 MayDescribing where you stayed and what you did on holidayLink to work
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17 MayDescribing where you stayed and what you did on holidayLink to work
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24 MayTalking about problems you’ve had during the holidayLink to work
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Sport

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptWork through the Power point completing the tasks. Complete the flexibility worksheet.Link to work
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5 OctWork through the Power point completing the tasks. Complete the agility and balance worksheets.Link to work
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12 OctWork through the Power point completing the tasks. Complete the co ordination and power worksheets.Link to work
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19 OctWhy are Skill-related + Physical Components important in sport? Complete the tasks in the Powerpoint.Link to work
2 NovSkill Related Fitness – Agility & Balance
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 7,8,10,14.16,17 & 19 and complete revision sheets 6 and 7.
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9 NovSkill Related Fitness – Co-ordination, Power & Reaction Time
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 5-10, 12, 15,16 & 18.
Answer the questions on slides 22 – 31 and complete the revision sheets for each component of fitness.
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16 NovWhy are Skill-related & Physical Components important in sport?
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 4,6 & 8 and complete the extended question on slide 10.
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23 NovExercise Intensity & Heart Rate
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 4-6 & 9-13. Complete revision sheet 12 on exercise intensity.
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30 NovTraining Thresholds – RPE & Heart Rate Relationships
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 4-8 and the extended writing task on slide 11. Complete revision sheet 14 on training zones.
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7 DecBorg RPE Scale
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 7, 9, 11 & 14.
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14 DecBasic Principles of Training – FITT
Work through the information on the PowerPoint and make notes from the key information. Complete the tasks on slides 1, 3, 9, 11 & 14. Completed the extended writing question on slide 16 and complete the revision sheet on the basic principles of training.
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5 JanRequirements for Fitness Testing.
Work through the power point and complete the tasks on slides 1,4,5,7,11,12 & 13.
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11 JanRequirements and Fitness Training Methods – Flexibility.
Work through the power point and make notes from the key information on slides 4-7, 9 & 10.
You also need to complete the tasks on slides 1,8,11,12 & 15 and complete the worksheet on the link.
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18 JanRequirements and Fitness Training Methods – Circuit Training & Weight Training.
Work through the power point and make notes from the key information on slides 5,6,8,12,13,15-19.
You also need to complete the tasks on slides 1,4,7,9,10,14,20-22.
Complete the worksheets on the link.
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25 JanRequirements and Fitness Training Methods – Plyometric Training.
Work through the power point and make notes from the key information on slide 25.
You also need to complete the tasks on slides 24, 26-30.
Complete the worksheets on the link.
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1 FebRequirements and Fitness Training Methods – Aerobic Endurance Training & Continuous Training.
Work through the power point and make notes from the key information on slides 5,7,10 & 12.
You also need to complete the tasks on slides 1,4,6,8,11,13 & 14.
Complete the worksheets on the link.
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8 FebRequirements and Fitness Training Methods – Interval Training & Fartlek Training
Work through the power point and make notes from the key information on slides 15,17,20,22,24 & 26
You also need to complete the tasks on slides 15,17,20,22,24 & 26.
Complete the worksheets on the link.
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8 MarPlease refer to Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
15 MarPlease refer to Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
22 MarPlease refer to Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

Textiles

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptExperimenting with materials, weaving techniques and processes.
Woven sample finished and presented.
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5 OctExperimenting with materials, weaving techniques and processes.
Woven sample produced
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12 OctTextile artist research – Chosen artist to be investigated (weaving)Link to work
19 OctWeaving response in the style of the textile artist investigated and researchedLink to work
2 NovAO1 – Continue to develop ideas through textile designer investigations.Link to work
9 NovAO2 – Explore weaving ideas working in the style of textile designersLink to work
16 NovAO2 – Explore weaving ideasLink to work
23 NovAO2/AO4 – Refining weaving idea and planning for the final outcome
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30 NovAO4 – Production of woven panel ideaLink to work
7 DecAO4 – Production of woven panel ideaLink to work
14 DecAO4 – Production of woven panel ideaLink to work
4 JanAO4 – Manufacture Weaving Skills
Mini weaving challenge-Matchbox weaving
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11 JanAO4 – Manufacture Weaving Skills
Mini weaving challenge Mandala weaving
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18 JanAO4 – Manufacture Weaving Skills
Mini weaving challenge- nature weaving
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8 MarAO1 – Develop
Investigating and analysing the theme ‘structures’
Developing and understanding the importance of a sketchbook.
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15 MarAO1 – Develop
Exploring primary and secondary source imagery on the theme ‘structure’s’.
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22 MarAO1 – Develop
Study and analyse the work of a textile artist or fashion designer.
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12 AprAO1 – Develop
Investigate and research the work of textile artists
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19 AprAO1 – Develop
Investigate and research the work of fashion designers
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26 AprAO2 – Refine
Experiment with different textile techniques and create own copies in the style of the textile artist researched.
3 MayAO2 – Refine
Experiment with different textile techniques and create own copies in the style of the fashion designer researched.
10 MayAO3 – Record
Create observational drawings from primary sources photos.
17 MayAO2 – Refine
Experiment and explore ideas using printing methods and record in sketchbooks
24 MayAO2 – Refine
Experiment and explore ideas using printing methods and record in sketchbooks

Values

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptWhat is the role of the media in a democracy?
How does the media influence and inform the public? How does it hold those in power to account for their actions?
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5 OctWhat is responsible journalism?
Including how the media is regulated in the UK and whether greater media regulation is needed.
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12 OctHow well does the media hold those in power to account?Link to work
19 OctWhat is misinformation and what can we do about it?
Explore the differences between misinformation, disinformation and malinformation and the impact this has on democracy.
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2 NovWhat is democracy?
In this lesson, we will define the concept of democracy and explore the features that ensure there is a strong democracy in society.
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9 NovIs direct democracy better?
In this lesson we will be learning about the difference between direct and representative democracy and discussing the advantages and disadvantages of both systems.
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16 NovAre elections truly fair?
In this lesson, we will explore the importance of elections to democracy. We will go on to investigate two different types of voting systems: First Past the Post and Proportional Representation.
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23 NovWhy is media freedom necessary in a democracy?
In this lesson we will define what a free media is in all its forms. We will go on to examine the importance a free media plays in a democratic country and the roles the media plays. We will focus on the role the media has on holding those in power to account.
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30 NovHow can we improve democracy in the UK?
In this lesson we will explore the different ways in which democracy could be improved within the UK. We will analyse the debate around allowing 16 year olds to vote.
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7 DecDeliberative debate: What are the strengths and weaknesses of democracy in the UK?
In this lesson, we will recall all that we have learnt over the last few weeks on the topic of democracy. We will then prepare a speech answering our overarching question for this unit, does democracy in the UK work well?
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14 Decdemocracy in the UK work well?
This lesson looks at what rules and laws are and why they are needed to help us live together.
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5 Jan What is democracy?
In this lesson, we will define the concept of democracy and explore the features that ensure there is a strong democracy in society.
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11 JanIs direct democracy better?
In this lesson we will be learning about the difference between direct and representative democracy and discussing the advantages and disadvantages of both systems.
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18 JanAre elections truly fair?
In this lesson, we will explore the importance of elections to democracy. We will go on to investigate two different types of voting systems: First Past the Post and Proportional Representation.
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25 JanWhy is media freedom necessary in a democracy?
In this lesson we will define what a free media is in all its forms. We will go on to examine the importance a free media plays in a democratic country and the roles the media plays. We will focus on the role the media has on holding those in power to account.
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1 FebHow can we improve democracy in the UK?
In this lesson we will explore the different ways in which democracy could be improved within the UK. We will analyse the debate around allowing 16 year olds to vote.
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8 FebDeliberative debate: What are the strengths and weaknesses of democracy in the UK?
In this lesson, we will recall all that we have learnt over the last few weeks on the topic of democracy. We will then prepare a speech answering our overarching question for this unit, does democracy in the UK work well?
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8 MarHow are laws made?
In this lesson, you learn about the law making process and the involvement of Parliament. You will then begin to analyse the effectiveness of this process.
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15 MarWho enforces the law?
In this lesson we will be learning about the roles of people who enforce the law. We will examine what these roles entail and how technology could be used in developing the process of enforcing the law.
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22 MarWhat are the types of punishment?
In this lesson we will explore the different types of sentences available to the courts when an offender is found guilty. We will also investigate how decisions on sentencing are carried out by the courts.
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12 AprUnderstanding the economy: Is Government action led by the UK economy?
In this lesson, you gain an understanding of what the economy is. We will then explore the key differences between a healthy and recessive economy.
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19 AprUnderstanding taxation and government spending: Can taxes be avoided? In this lesson we will be exploring the different types of taxation. We shall then analyse the issue of tax avoidance.Link to work
26 AprUnderstanding local authority spending. What are the financial challenges facing local authorities?
In this lesson, we will learn about how local government is funded. The lesson will continue to explore how this money is spent to support the needs of the local community.
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3 MayUnderstanding the debate over privatisation: Should public services be privatised?
In this lesson we will learn about the history of the privatisation of previously state-owned services and the impact this has had. We will go on to analyse the debate regarding the benefits of privatisation compared to nationalisation.
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10 MayUnderstanding risk management. How well have the UK government managed risk?
In this lesson we will assess how successfully the government has managed to mitigate risk in our society recently. We will explore this via case studies of recent events and developing our own conclusions.
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17 MayWhat role can citizens play in the future of the UK economy?
In this lesson, we will recap on the features of a healthy economy, look at the UK economy in 2020 and consider the actions citizens can take to support economic growth.
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24 MayWhat are our rights as consumers?
This lesson explores citizens as consumers, including the rights and responsibilities we have and what consumer choice is. We look at the rules and laws that apply to the buying and selling of goods and the role of trading standards. We then explore whether the increased use of online shopping has led to companies and individuals taking greater advantage of consumers.
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