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Achieve

DateLesson FocusResources
8 MarLiteracy
Complete 30 minutes of Lexia and 30 minutes of Accelerated Reader.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
15 MarLiteracy
Complete 30 minutes of Lexia and 30 minutes of Accelerated Reader.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
22 MarLiteracy
Complete 30 minutes of Lexia and 30 minutes of Accelerated Reader.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
12 AprLiteracy/Study Skills
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and if required, some time on private study/catch up e.g. Hegarty/SENECA etc.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
19 AprLiteracy/Study Skills
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and if required, some time on private study/catch up e.g. Hegarty/SENECA etc.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
26 AprLiteracy/Study Skills
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and if required, some time on private study/catch up e.g. Hegarty/SENECA etc.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
3 MayLiteracy/Study Skills
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and if required, some time on private study/catch up e.g. Hegarty/SENECA etc.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
10 MayLiteracy/Study Skills
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and if required, some time on private study/catch up e.g. Hegarty/SENECA etc.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
17 MayLiteracy/Study Skills
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and if required, some time on private study/catch up e.g. Hegarty/SENECA etc.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work
24 MayLiteracy/Study Skills
Complete at least 30 minutes of Lexia and if required, some time on private study/catch up e.g. Hegarty/SENECA etc.
Please refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom if you have forgotten your log in details.
Link to work

Active Studies

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptPlease refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 OctPlease refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
12 OctPlease refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 OctPlease refer to class 11F/Ac1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
12 Apr – 24 MayPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

Art

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptTo embed fundamentals
of drawings techniques
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5 OctTo embed fundamentals
of drawings techniques
using images
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12 OctTo practice and develop
use of tone and shadow
to create realistic effects
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19 OctPupils to explore and use
the laws of perspective to
create the illusion of
depth in their drawings
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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
5 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 Johns (part 2)Link to work
8 MarKaws Lesson 1 Link to work
15 MarKaws Lesson 2Link to work
22 MarKaws Lesson 3Link to work
AprilKawsLink to work
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Business Studies

DateLesson FocusResources
28 Sept• Types of business – “The Village Shop” case studyLink to work
5 Oct• Borrowing money “Payday Loans” case studyLink to work
12 Oct• Business trends “Tesco” case studyLink to work
19 Oct• Innovation in business “Kodak and Google” case studyLink to work
2 Nov• Section 1 of Business Plan – Aims and Objectives – See also Google ClassroomLink to work
9 Nov• Section 1 of Pitch Presentation – See also Google ClassroomLink to work
16 Nov• Section 2 of Business Plan – See also Google ClassroomLink to work
23 Nov• Section 2 of Pitch Presentation – See also Google ClassroomLink to work
30 Nov – 14 DecComplete the following tasks, as you would in the classroom.
Google classroom:
• Section one Aims and objectives
• Section 2 Product/service
Link to Google Classroom, then the necessary class.
5 Jan• Component 2
– Business Plan
– Research and Preparation
Please go to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
11 Jan• Component 2
– Business Plan
– Research and Preparation
Please go to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
18 Jan• Component 2
– Business Plan
– Research and Preparation
Please go to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
25 Jan• Component 2
– Business Plan
– Research and Preparation
Please go to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
1 Feb• Component 2
– Business Plan
– Research and Preparation
Please go to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
8 Feb• Component 2
– Business Plan
– Research and Preparation
Please go to your Year 11 class link in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher
8 Mar• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
15 Mar• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
22 Mar• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
12 Apr• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
19 Apr• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
26 Apr• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
3 May• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
10 May• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
17 May• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
24 May• Component 2 – Business Plan & Pitch Presentation – Completion and ConsolidationPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the videos and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.

Computer Science

DateLesson FocusResources
28 Sept• To be able to describe the different generations of programming language
• To be able to describe the differences between Low Level and High Level Languages
• To describe the benefits of programming in both Low and High Level languages
• To state which translator is needed for each task and why
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5 Oct• To be able to describe how an Assembler works
• To be able to describe the differences in operation between a Compiler and Interpreter
• To be able to describe the common tools and facilities in an Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
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12 Oct• To be able to discuss how an Assembler works
• To be able to discuss the differences in operation between a Compiler and Interpreter
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19 Oct• To evaluate the benefits of programming in both Low and High Level languages
• To evaluate which translator is needed for each task and why
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2 Nov• Recognise the privacy issues which arise from the impact of digital technology.
•Recognise the legal issues which arise from the impact of digital technology.
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9 Nov• Understand the purpose of the Data Protection Act 2018.
• Understand the purpose of the Computer Misuse Act 1990.
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16 Nov• Understand the purpose of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.Link to work
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23 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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5 JanTo be able to describe the purpose and functionality an Operating System including:
User Interface.
To be able to recognise features of a user interface.
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11 JanCompare operating systemsLink to work
18 JanTo understand the need for Utility Software.
Be able to explain the purpose of:
• Encryption utilities
• Defragmentation utilities
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25 JanTo understand the need for Utility Software
Be able to explain the purpose of:
• Compression software
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8 MarComponent 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.
15 MarComponent 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.
22 MarComponent 2 – Examination
Units
• bit, nibble, byte, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, terabyte, petabyte
• how data needs to be converted into a binary format to be processed by a computer.
Numbers
• how to convert positive denary whole numbers (0–255) into 8 bit binary numbers and vice versa
• how to add two 8 bit binary integers and explain overflow errors which may occur
• binary shifts
• how to convert positive denary whole numbers (0–255) into 2 digit hexadecimal numbers and vice versa
• how to convert from binary to hexadecimal equivalents and vice versa
• check digits.
Please refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
12 Apr1.1 and 1.2 Mini topic test prepPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
19 Apr1.1 and 1.2 Mini topic testPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.
26 Apr• 2.3 and 2.6 mini topic test prepPlease refer to Google Classroom and access the video and document guidance on the relevant and sections to you.

Construction

DateLesson FocusResources
MarchTask 1: The Structual EngineerLink to work
Task 2: The Quantity SurveyorLink to work
Task 3: The Project ManagerLink to work
Task 4: The Construction DesignerLink to work
12 AprPlease refer to 11E/Cn1 or 11E/Cn2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
19 AprPlease refer to 11E/Cn1 or 11E/Cn2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
26 AprPlease refer to 11E/Cn1 or 11E/Cn2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
3 MayPlease refer to 11E/Cn1 or 11E/Cn2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
10 MayPlease refer to 11E/Cn1 or 11E/Cn2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
17 MayPlease refer to 11E/Cn1 or 11E/Cn2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
24 MayPlease refer to 11E/Cn1 or 11E/Cn2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work

Drama

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptDEVISING WORK

Write your monologue & make notes on changes to your play for your portfolio
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5 OctAn Inspector Calls

Read the script to remind you of the play. [set text]
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12 OctAn Inspector Calls

Choose a set design to use in your exam.
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19 OctFrankenstein

Watch/ re-watch the play we will use for review questions in the written exam. Suggestions on note-making.
Link to work
2 NovComponent 1 Devised:
Devising and refining material
Line memorisation
Role preparation
Written work for portfolio write up.
Please refer to Google Classrooms & teacher e-mails for specific work and support.
9 NovComponent 1 DevisedPlease refer to Google Classrooms & teacher e-mails for specific work and support.
16 NovComponent 1 DevisedPlease refer to Google Classrooms & teacher e-mails for specific work and support.
23 NovDevising project
Component 1
[performance /write ups]
See Google Classroom for class details. The focus will depend upon if you have performed your plays and written up your portfolios. This will vary from group to group.
30 NovDevising project
Component 1
See Google Classroom
7 DecDevising project
Component 1 / scripted exam exploring and casting
See Google Classroom
14 DecComponent 1 completed
Scripted play acting exam pieces cast.
See Google Classroom
5 JanSee Google Classroom
11 JanSee Google Classroom
18 JanSee Google Classroom
8 MarComponent 2
Acting exam /
See Google Classroom
15 MarComponent 2
Acting Exam
See Google Classroom
22 MarComponent 2 acting exam / refining portfolios where needed.See Google Classroom
19 Apr*Component 1- portfolio refinement if necessary
*Preparation for answering questions on ‘An Inspector Calls’

See Google Classroom
26 Apr‘An Inspector Calls’
See Google Classroom
3 May‘An Inspector Calls’
See Google Classroom
10 May‘An Inspector Calls’
See Google Classroom

Engineering

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptActivity 2.7 Tolerance sheetLink to work
5 OctBike Parts ExerciseLink to work
12 OctUnit 2 Parts ListLink to work
19 OctBTEC Activity 2.6Link to work
2 Nov2.8 Forming ProcessesLink to work
9 NovTo follow
16 Nov2.10 Joining ProcessesLink to work
23 Nov2.11 MouldingLink to work
30 Nov2.12 Forming ProcessesLink to work
7 Dec2.13 RevisionLink to work
14 Dec 2.13 ToolLink to work
8-22 MarPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
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12 AprPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
19 AprPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
26 AprPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
3 MayPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
10 MayPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
17 MayPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work
24 MayPlease refer to 11H/Eg1 or 11H/Eg2 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and receive guidance and feedback from your teacher.Link to work

English Language

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptNon-Fiction Reading – focusing on how to approach unseen non-fiction texts, analysing writers’ use of language, considering writers’ perspective and approaching pre-1900 unseen non-fictions texts.Link to work

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5 OctTransactional Writing – formal letter and articlesSeneca Learning class code – hzmffj9t4a

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12 OctNon-Fiction Reading – Using unseen texts to consider writers’ perspectives, summarising ideas across two texts and comparing perspectives and methodsLink to work

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19 OctNon-Fiction Reading – Use skills to work through the Food paper.Link to work
2 NovNon-Fiction Reading skills – focusing on reading an unseen non-fiction text using prompts to understand key ideas and non-fiction features. Also understanding a writer’s thoughts and feelings by unpicking a text.Link to work

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9 Nov Non-Fiction Reading skills – focusing on a writer’s perspective and close analysis of writer’s methods.Link to work

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16 NovFormal letter writing – use the PowerPoint to work through planning and writing a formal letter.Link to work
23 NovFormal letter writing – Use the planning sheet to create a detailed plan and then write the letter.Link to work
30 NovNon-Fiction Reading skills – Complete the questions on the exam paper. Use the website link to work through other activities linked to the exam paper.Link to work

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7 Dec SPaG work – activities to work on basic punctuation, paragraph and tenses.Class code: hzmffj9t4a

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14 DecNarrative writing – Understanding key features of narrative writing. Plan, write and review a response.Link to work
5 JanGCSE Narrative WritingNarrative Writing PowerPoint
11 JanSpelling, Punctuation and Grammar focusClass code hzmffj9t4a
Link to work
18 JanGCSE Component 1 Reading List questionsList Lesson 1
List Lesson 2
Resources:
About a Boy
Benjamin Zephaniah
Heroes
Never Let Me Go
OM&M
25 JanGCSE Component 1 Reading How and What questionsReading Lesson 1 How Question
Anita and Me resource
Reading Lesson 2 How Question
Stone Cold resource
1 FebGCSE Narrative Writing planning sheetStory planning sheet
8 FebGCSE Component 1 Reading paper – complete the questions on the full paperJusto paper PowerPoint
Justo Paper
Justo Paper questions
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 AprFiction Reading – Approaching an unseen fiction text and considering structural choices.Link to work
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Ruby Paper
P1 Reading Rev
Ruby Question Paper
Ruby Story
19 AprFiction Reading – Analysing the writers’ use of language and developing a personal response. Fiction Paper to complete.Link to work
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Pat & Bruce Paper
26 AprNarrative Writing and SPaG revisionLink to work
Class code: hzmffj9t4a
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Paper 1 Writing Rev
3 MayNarrative Writing – sentence construction and grammatical features. Planning a story from a given title.Link to work
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Story titles to plan
10 MayNon- Fiction Reading – Approaching unseen non-fiction texts, analysing writers use of language and considering writers perspectivesLink to work
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Paper 2 Reading Rev
17 MayNon-Fiction Reading – Examining thoughts and feelings, comparing writers’ perspectives and analysis of language.
Transactional SPaG Revision
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Class code: hzmffj9t4a
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24 MayTransactional Writing – Writing an effective introduction, using rhetorical devices and writing an effective conclusionLink to work
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Paper 2 Writing Rev

English Literature & Language

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptTransactional Writing – formal letter and articles
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde revision
Seneca Learning class code – 3bi20v6kjs
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5 OctNon-Fiction Reading – focusing on how to approach unseen non-fiction texts, analysing writers’ use of language, considering writers’ perspective and approaching pre-1900 unseen non-fictions texts.Link to work
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12 OctNon-Fiction Reading – Using unseen texts to consider writers’ perspectives, summarising ideas across two texts and comparing perspectives and methodsLink to work
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19 OctCreative Writing – focusing on narrative structure, developing character and using figurative language.Link to work
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2 NovFiction Reading skills – understanding unseen fiction texts using questions to analyse the text, considering structural choices, writers use of language and a personal response.Link to work
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9 NovFiction Reading skills – read the Obed paper and complete the questions. Keep the marks and timings in mind.Link to work
16 NovFollow the instructions on the story planning sheet to create a detailed story plan.
Create a detailed plan for the two transactional tasks.
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23 NovAn Inspector Calls – context, staging and character introductionsLink to work
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30 NovAn Inspector Calls – Birling’s views, the Inspector, Birling’s interrogation and Sheila’s interrogation.Link to work
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7 DecAn Inspector Calls – Sheila, Mrs Birling, Gerald’s interrogation and Mrs Birling’s interrogation.Link to work
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14 DecAn Inspector Calls – Mrs Birling’s blame, Eric’s interrogation, Inspector’s final speech and the family look to blame.Link to work
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5 JanAn Inspector Calls – contextLink to work
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11 JanAn Inspector Calls Act 1Link to work
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18 JanAn Inspector Calls Act 2Link to work
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25 JanAn Inspector Calls Act 3Link to work
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1 FebGCSE Poetry – Valentine/Dulce/SoldierLink to work
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Class code: 3bi20v6kjs
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8 FebGCSE Poetry – Mametz Wood/Manhunt/A Wife in London/As Imperceptibly as GriefClass code: 3bi20v6kjs
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8 MarAn Inspector Calls – character introductions and Birling’s perspectiveLink to work
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15 MarAn Inspector Calls – impressions of the Inspector and Birling’s interrogationLink to work
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22 MarAn Inspector Calls – Sheila’s interrogation and how Sheila reflects and changesLink to work
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12 AprFiction Reading – Approaching an unseen fiction text and considering structural choices.Link to work
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Paper 1 Reading Revision
Ruby Question Paper
Ruby Story
19 AprNarrative Writing and SPaG revisionLink to work
Class code: 3bi20v6kjs
Link to work
Story titles to plan
Paper 1 Writing Revision Grade 6+
Paper 1 Writing Revision
26 AprPoetry revision – Nature poems

Romeo and Juliet Revision
Class code: 3bi20v6kjs
Link to work
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3 MayRomeo and Juliet RevisionClass code: 3bi20v6kjs
Link to work
Link to work (select whatever you feel you need to revise)
10 MayNon- Fiction Reading – Approaching unseen non-fiction texts, analysing writers use of language and considering writers perspectives
Transactional Writing – Writing an effective introduction, using rhetorical devices and writing an effective conclusion

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Paper 2 Reading Rev
Paper 2 Writing Rev
17 MayDr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Revision

An Inspector Calls Revision
Link to work (select whatever you feel you need to revise)
Class code: 3bi20v6kjs
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Link to work (select whatever you feel you need to revise)
24 MayPoetry RevisionClass code: 3bi20v6kjs
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Food

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptAge related target groups page 5 in bookletLink to work
5 OctReligious Dietary needs page 12 in bookletLink to work
12 OctSpecific Dietary Groups – vegetarians page 14 in bookletLink to work
19 OctFood Preparation cooking terms page 16 – 17 in bookletLink to work
2 NovRevision – Proteins
Page 1-2

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9 NovRevision – Fats
Page 3-4
Link to work
16 NovRevision – Carbohydrates
Page 5-6
Link to work
23 NovRevision = Starch page 9Link to work
30 NovRevision = Sugar page 8Link to work
7 DecRevision – Eatwell Guide page 13Link to work
14 DecRevision – Nutrients page 14Link to work
5 JanRevision – ProteinsCGP Exam Practical Work Book page 4-5
11 JanRevision – FatsCGP Exam Practical Work Book page 6-7
18 JanRevision – CarbohydratesCGP Exam Practical Work Book page 8 – 9
25 JanRevision – VitaminsCGP Exam Practical Work Book page 10 – 11
1 FebRevision – MineralsCGP Exam Practical Work Book page 12
8 FebRevision – Fibre and waterCGP Exam Practical Work Book page 13
8 MarFinal Practical PlanningSee Google Classrooms for the work
15 MarFinal Practical PlanningSee Google Classrooms for the work
22 MarFinal Practical PlanningSee Google Classrooms for the work
12 AprNEA2Please refer to 11G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 AprRevisionPlease refer to 11G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
26 AprRevisionPlease refer to 11G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
3 MayRevisionPlease refer to 11G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
10 MayRevisionPlease refer to 11G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
17 MayRevisionPlease refer to 11G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
24 MayRevisionPlease refer to 11G/Fd in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

French

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptProblems facing the worldLink to work
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5 OctProtecting the planetLink to work
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12 OctProtecting the planet

Talking about volunteering
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19 OctTalking about volunteeringLink to work
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2 NovTalking about volunteeringLink to work
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9th NovTalking about volunteering continued and direct object pronouns

Indirect object pronouns
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16 NovTalking about a big eventLink to work
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23 NovGuided writing Foundation

Guided writing higher
Link to Foundation
Link to Higher
30 NovHealthy and unhealthy lifestyleLink to work
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7 DecProblems facing the worldLink to work
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14 DecProtecting the planetLink to work
5 JanDescribing a regionLink to work
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11 JanUsing adjectives to talk about an area
Using superlatives to talk about a region
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18 JanUsing ‘depuis’ and ‘y’
Using ‘on peut’ and ‘on ne peut pas’ to say what you can / can’t do in your town
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8 MarHigher: Guided writing

Foundation: Guided writing
HIGHER
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FOUNDATION
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15 MarTalking about work experiencesLink to work
22 MarTalking about work experiencesLink to work
12 AprDescribing festival and traditionsLink to work
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19 AprWriting practice foundation
Writing practice higher
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26 AprTalking about an ideal holidayLink to work
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3 MayWriting practice holidays foundation

Writing practice higher
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10 MayDescribing an areaLink to work
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17 MayDeveloping listening skillsLink to work
24 MayTense practiceLink to work
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Geography

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptLandforms created by erosion:
• How are headlands and bays formed?
• How are wave-cut platforms formed?
• How are caves, arches, stacks and stumps formed?
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5 OctLandforms created by deposition:
• How are beaches and sand dune formed?
• How are spits and bars formed?
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12 OctCoastal Management:
• Hard engineering
• Soft engineering
• Managed Retreat
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19 OctHolderness Coast:
Use the information on the PowerPoint and website to complete the A3 worksheet.
Link to work
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2 NovHow is well-being affected by resource availability?
This lesson will examine how a lack of food, water and energy can impact on a person’s social and economic well-being.
What are the global inequalities in the supply and demand of resources?
This lesson will explain how access to resources affects well-being.
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9 NovWhat are the issues with food resources in the UK?
This lesson will examine the changing demands for food in the UK.
What are the issues with water resources in the UK?
This lesson will explain the issues created by an increasing demand for water in the UK.


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16 NovWhat are the issues with energy resources in the UK?
This lesson will explain the environmental and economic impacts of energy production in the UK.
What is water consumption increasing?
This lesson will focus on how economic development and a rising population affects water consumption levels.
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23 NovHow do natural factors affect water availability?
This lesson will focus on the physical factors that affect water availability.
How do human factors affect water availability?
This lesson will focus on the human factors that affect water availability.
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30 NovWhat are the impacts of water insecurity?
This lesson will focus on how water scarcity can impact people’s lives in different ways.
Large scale water management strategies: How can dams and reservoirs be used to increase water supply?
This lesson will focus on large-scale strategies used to increase water supplies, with a focus on dams and reservoirs.
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7 DecLarge scale water management strategies: How can water transfer schemes and desalination be used to increase water supply?
This lesson will focus on large-scale strategies used to increase water supplies, with a focus on water transfer schemes and desalination.

CASE STUDY: Lesotho Water Transfer Scheme
• Where is Lesotho?
• What is involved in the water transfer scheme?
• What are the advantages and disadvantages of the scheme for both Lesotho and South Africa?
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14 DecSustainable water management strategies: How can water conservation and ground water management be used to increase water supply?

This lesson will focus on small-scale, sustainable strategies used to increase water supplies, with a focus on water conservation and ground water management.

Sustainable water management strategies: How can grey water recycling be used to increase water supply?

This lesson will focus on small-scale, sustainable strategies used to increase water supplies, with a focus on grey water recycling.
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5 JanTopic: Natural Hazards & Climate Change

Effects and responses of tectonic hazards – This lesson focuses on categorising the primary and secondary effects of earthquakes, as well as categorising the short and long-term responses.

Evidence of climate change – This lesson involves studying the different sources of evidence for climate change.
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11 JanTopic: Ecosystems

What is the value of the tropical rainforest to people and the environment? This lesson looks at the importance of the rainforest. It will focus on looking at the economic importance as well as the importance of the environment, and apply this knowledge to exam skills.

Strategies for reducing the risk of desertification – This lesson aims to explain how water and soil management, tree planting and the use of appropriate technology can reduce the risk of desertification.
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18 JanTopic: Coasts

Coastal hard engineering – This lesson will look at the coastal hard engineering used on our coastlines.

Coastal soft engineering – This lesson will look at the coastal soft engineering used on our coastlines.
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25 JanTopic: Rivers

What are river long and cross profiles? In this lesson, you will learn about how the long and cross profile of a river changes downstream.

What are hydrographs and what do they show? In this lesson, you will learn what a hydrograph is and how it shows the relationship between precipitation and river discharge.
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1 FebTopic: Changing

Economic World
A post-industrial economy in the UK (Part 1) –
This lesson will focus on the UK as a post-industrial economy, giving special focus to the development of IT, finance, research and service-based jobs.

A post-industrial economy in the UK (Part 2) – This lesson will continue to look at the UK as a post-industrial economy, focusing on the development of science and business parks.
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8 FebTopic: Urban Issues & Challenges

Economic opportunities of urban growth in Lagos – In this lesson, you look at the economic opportunities created by urban growth in Lagos.

Urban planning in Lagos: Makoko floating school – In this lesson, you will look at how urban planning has been used in Lagos to improve the lives of the poor. You will take a look at Makoko’s floating school.
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8 MarOS maps
In this lesson we will look at how to grid reference and describe places using OS maps.

Cartographic skills
This lesson will explore the use of choropleth maps, proportional symbol maps, flow line maps and desire line maps.
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15 MarGraphical skills
(Part 1)

This lesson will explore how to accurately read bar charts and line graphs.

Graphical skills
(Part 2)

This lesson will focus on the use of population pyramids and scatter graphs.

Graphical skills
(Part 3)

This lesson will explore how to construct and analyse pie charts.
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22 MarStatistical skills
This lesson will focus on the calculation of mean, median, mode, range and interquartile range.

Fieldwork skills
This lesson will look at the use of quantitative and qualitative data, the use of sampling and the concepts of reliability and accuracy.
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12 Apr FIRST LESSONLocation and importance of Lagos
In this lesson, we look at the location of Lagos which is a city in the NEE of Nigeria. We then move on to consider why it has regional, national and international importance.
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12 Apr SECOND LESSONCauses of urban growth in Lagos
In this lesson, we look at the reasons behind the urban growth in Lagos, Nigeria. We consider how both natural increase and migration have played a role.
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12 Apr THIRD LESSONSocial opportunities of urban growth in Lagos
In this lesson, we look at the social opportunities created by urban growth in Lagos.
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19 Apr FIRST LESSONEconomic opportunities of urban growth in Lagos
In this lesson, we look at the economic opportunities created by urban growth in Lagos.
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19 Apr SECOND LESSONChallenges 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
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26 Apr FIRST LESSONChallenges 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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26 Apr SECOND LESSONUrban 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 poor. We will take a look at Makoko’s floating school.
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26 Apr THIRD LESSONStatistical skills
This lesson will focus on the calculation of mean, median, mode, range and interquartile range.
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German

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptRevision of “Social Media” & how to use “wenn” clauses (a big mark-winner at GCSE!Link to work
5 OctRevision of the advantages and disadvantages of Social MediaLink to work
12 OctRevision of the theme of Marriage – for or against?Link to work
19 OctRecognising jobs and workplacesLink to work
2 NovRecap on information about Holidays – using both the Present and Perfect TenseLink to work
9 NovMore detailed information recapping Holidays comparing the use of the present and past tense using regular (weak verbs)Link to work
16 NovUsing the connectives “weil” & “denn” (because) to explain / justify likes and dislikesLink to work
4 JanWork on issues affecting young people – alcohol / drugsLink to work
11 JanMore work on social issues affecting young peopleLink to work
18 JanConclusion of work on social issue affecting young peopleLink to work
8 MarWork on issues affecting young people – alcohol / drugsLink to work
15 MarMore work on social issues affecting young peopleLink to work
22 MarConclusion of work on social issue affecting young peopleLink to work
12 AprFestivals and celebrations (1)Link to work
19 AprFestivals and celebrations (2)Link to work
26 AprCelebrating a special occasion (1)Link to work

Graphics

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptLetter designs inspired by Paul ThurlbyLink to work
5 OctLetter designs inspired by environment pattern observationsLink to work
12 OctLetter design developmentsLink to work
19 OctLetter design developmentsLink to work
2 NovAO1 – Develop and explore letter designsLink to work
9 NovAO1 – Develop and explore letter designsLink to work
16 NovAO2 – Refine and develop letter designs leading to a final outcomeLink to work
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23 NovAO4 – Planning final outcome
of developed letter design
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30 NovMock exam – Production of creative letter designLink to work
7 DecMock exam – Production of creative letter design
14 DecAO4 – Evaluation of final outcome
5 JanInvestigate the context & themeLink to work
11 JanMoodBoard – exploring the themeLink to work
18 JanDesigner ResearchLink to work
8 MarAO1 – Develop
Investigating and analysing the theme ‘festivals’.
Exploring primary and secondary source imagery on the theme ‘structure’s’
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15 MarAO1 – Develop
Exploring secondary source imagery on the theme festival advertising
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22 MarAO1 – Develop
Study and analyse the work of a graphic designer
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12 AprFestivals project
AO3 – Record
Secondary/Primary observational drawings
AO2 – Refine
Developed ideas for festival logo
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19 AprFestivals project
AO1 – Develop
Analysis of existing products for festivals: Ticket design, wristband, lanyard and promotional merchandise
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26 AprFestivals project
AO2- Refine & AO3 – Record
Ideas for festival ticket designs developing composition
3 MayFestivals project
AO2 – Refine
Develop festival ticket design
AO4 – Present
Present festival ticket design
10 MayFestivals project
AO2- Refine & AO3 – Record
Develop festival wristband
17 MayFestivals project
AO2- Refine & AO3 – Record
Develop festival lanyard & supporting promotional merchandise
24 MayFestivals project
AO4 – Present
Produce final pieces for ticket design, wristband, lanyard & promotional merchandise

Health & Social Care

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptLink to work
Activity Sheet
5 OctLink to work
12 OctLink to work
19 OctLink to work
2 NovPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9 NovPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
23 Nov
Please refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 JanPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
11 JanPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
18 JanPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
25 JanPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
1 FebPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 FebPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
15 MarPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
22 MarPlease refer 11H/Hs 1 and 11E/Hs 1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
12 AprEarly Elizabethan England
• Why did different religious groups concern Elizabeth?
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19 AprEarly Elizabethan England
• The religious settlement
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26 Apr• Difficulties with the Religious SettlementLink to work
3 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Puritan and Catholic challenges to the Religious Settlement
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10 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Why was MQOS a problem?
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17 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Education
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24 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Why was MQOS executed?
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History

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptThe American West 1835-95
• The early pioneers
• The Gold Rush
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Early pioneers
Early Settlers Knowledge Organiser
Gold Miners
5 OctThe American West 1835-95
• Fort Laramie Treaty & The Homesteaders
• The cattle industry
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Cattle-industry knowledge organiser
Fort Laramie
The Cattle Industry
12 OctThe American West 1835-95
• Lawlessness
• The Sioux Wars
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Lawlessness knowledge organiser
Lawlessness
The Sioux Wars knowledge organiser
The Sioux Wars
19 OctThe American West 1835-95
• The Battle of the Little Bighorn
• The reservations
• The end of the Indian way of life
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End of the Indian way of life
Reservations
The Battle of Little Bighorn
2 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• Elizabeth’s qualities
• Elizabethan society
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9 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• Elizabeth’s government
• Elizabeth’s problems abroad
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16 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• How challenging were Elizabeth’s early years?
• Why did different religious groups concern Elizabeth?
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23 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• The religious settlement
• Difficulties with the Religious Settlement
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30 NovEarly Elizabethan England
• Puritan and Catholic challenges to the Religious Settlement
• How did foreign powers react to the Religious Settlement
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7 DecEarly Elizabethan England
• Why was MQOS a problem?
• The Revolt of the Northern Earls 1569
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14 DecEarly Elizabethan England
• How significant a threat was the RNE
• The Catholic plots
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5 JanTOPIC: Weimar & Nazi Germany.
Lesson 1 – How democratic was the Weimar constitution?
Lesson 2 – Why did the German people feel stabbed in the back?
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11 JanLesson 3 – Why was there a rise in political extremism?
Lesson 4 – Why was 1923 known as the year of crisis?
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18 JanLesson 5 – How did Germany recover its economy 1924-29?
Lesson 6 – How did Germany improve their international relations 1924-29?
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25 JanLesson 7 – Were the 1920s a golden age for all Germans?
Lesson 8 – How far had the Weimar Republic recovered by 1929?
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1 FebLesson 9 – Why was 1929 a turning point?
Lesson 10 – The early development of the Nazi party.
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8 FebLesson 11 – Who were the SA?
Lesson 12 – What was the Munich Putsch?
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8 MarEarly Elizabethan England
• How challenging were Elizabeth’s early years?
• Why did different religious groups concern Elizabeth?
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15 MarEarly Elizabethan England
• The religious settlement
• Difficulties with the Religious Settlement
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22 MarEarly Elizabethan England
• Puritan and Catholic challenges to the Religious Settlement
• How did foreign powers react to the Religious Settlement
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12 AprEarly Elizabethan England
• Why did different religious groups concern Elizabeth?
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19 AprEarly Elizabethan England
• The religious settlement
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26 Apr• Difficulties with the Religious SettlementLink to work
3 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Puritan and Catholic challenges to the Religious Settlement
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10 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Why was MQOS a problem?
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17 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Education
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24 MayEarly Elizabethan England
• Why was MQOS executed?
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ICT

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptComponent 2a: Ensuring data is suitable for processing – looks at Validation and verification. Complete the worksheet.Log into your google Classroom, go to your Year 11 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 2: Learning Aim A, Lesson 2 Ensuring data is suitable for processing.
5 OctComponent 2a: Data collection – Looks at data collection methods and features and what Big data is. Complete the worksheet, use the presentation to complete this.Log into your google classroom, go to your Year 11 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 2: Learning Aim A, Lesson 3 Data collection.
12 OctComponent 2a: Factors affecting the quality of information. Complete worksheet, use presentation to help.Log into your google Classroom, go to your Year 11 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 2: Learning Aim A, Lesson 4 factors affecting the quality of information.
19 OctComponent 2a: Sectors that use data modellingLog into your google Classroom, go to your Year 11 IT group, click on classwork, click on component 2: Learning Aim A, Lesson 5 Sectors that use data modelling
2 NovTopic: Data collection 2A
Lesson 8: Reflection lesson of 2A, answer all the questions. Google classroom.
Log into their Google Classroom, go to year 11 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment 2a prep work, Lesson 8 recap 2a.
9 NovComponent 2a assignment – read the project brief and complete questions. Slide 9, complete questions 1-3. Google classroom, Assignment 2a: All tasks.Google Classroom: Log into their Google Classroom, go to year 11 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment 2a: All tasks, 1-9 is the introduction to the assignment, project brief and grading. Slide 9 onwards is the questions you need to answer.
16 NovComponent 2a assignment –Complete questions. Slide 9, complete questions 4 & 5Google Classroom: Log into their Google Classroom, go to year 11 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment 2a: All tasks, 1-9 is the introduction to the assignment, project brief and grading. Slide 9 onwards is the questions you need to answer.
23 NovComponent 2a assignment –Slide 9, complete questions 6, 7, 8.Google Classroom: Log into their Google Classroom, go to year 11 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment 2a: All tasks, 1-9 is the introduction to the assignment, project brief and grading. Slide 9 onwards is the questions you need to answer.
30 NovComponent 2a assignment – Complete questions. Slide 9, complete questions 9 & 10Google Classroom: Log into their Google Classroom, go to year 11 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment 2a: All tasks, 1-9 is the introduction to the assignment, project brief and grading. Slide 9 onwards is the questions you need to answer.
7 & 14 DecComponent 2a assignment –Complete questions. Slide 9, complete questions 11-13.Google Classroom: Log into their Google Classroom, go to year 11 IT class, go into classwork, and click on assignment 2a: All tasks, 1-9 is the introduction to the assignment, project brief and grading.
4 JanTopic: Component 2b Skills based lessons watch the videos and complete the skills on the demo presentation that’s attached under 2b

Maths

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptHigher: BoundsLink to work
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28 SeptFoundation: HCF and LCMLink to work
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5 OctHigher: Algebraic FractionsLink to work
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5th OctFoundation: Venn diagramsLink to work
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12 OctHigher: FunctionsLink to work
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12 OctFoundation: InequalitiesLink to work
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19 OctHigher: Compound measuresLink to work
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19 OctFoundation: angles in parallelLink to work
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2 NovHigher: Revise linear and quadratic graphsLink to work
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2 NovFoundation: Standard FormLink to work
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9 NovHigher: Revise linear and quadratic graphsLink to work
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9 NovFoundation: EquationsLink to work
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16th NovHigher: Solving simple algebraic fractionsLink to work
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16 NovFoundations: ReflectionsLink to work
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23rd NovHigher: Probability treesLink to work
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23 NovFoundation: Rotations and enlargementsLink to work
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30 NovHigher: Surds operationsLink to work
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30 NovFoundation: CirclesLink to work
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7 DecHigher: Rationalising SurdsLink to work
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7 DecFoundation: Parts of a circleLink to work
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14 DecHigher: Rules of indices and negative and fractional indices (Pick 4 to complete)Link to work
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14 DecFoundation: Rules of indicesLink to work
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5 JanHigher: Upper and Lower Bounds

Foundation: Scatter graphs and frequency trees
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11 JanHigher: Algebraic fractions

Foundation: Rules of Indices
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18 JanHigher: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise.
Option 2: Representing inequalities

Foundation: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise. Option 2: Solving equations
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25 JanHigher: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise. Option 2: Vectors

Foundation: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise. Option 2: Higher common factor and lowest common multiple
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1 FebHigher: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise. Option 2: Area under a curve and rate of change

Foundation: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise. Option 2 Venn Diagrams and set notation
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8 FebHigher: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise. Option 2: Composite and inverse functions

Foundation: Option 1: Use QLA from December Mock to pick topics on Hegarty to revise. Option 2: Solving and representing inequalities
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8 MarClass teachers will contact students will individual work
15 MarClass teachers will contact students will individual work
22 MarClass teachers will contact students will individual work
12 AprClass teachers will contact students with individual work
19 AprClass teachers will contact students with individual work
26 AprClass teachers will contact students with individual work
3 MayClass teachers will contact students with individual work
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Media

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptTo be able to write a successful screenplay.
To be able to make a convincing montage (you might need to amend your idea so you can do it at home).
Log on to Google Classroom
Go to the Year 11H/Media class
Click on the Montage_Screenplay task.
5 OctTo be able to make a convincing montage (you might need to amend your idea so you can do it at home).Log on to Google Classroom
Go to the Year 11H/Media class
Click on the Montage task.
12 OctTo be able to edit your montage to make it authentic.Log on to Google Classroom
Go to the Year 11H/Media class
Click on the Montage task.
19 OctTo be able to edit your montage to make it authentic.Log on to Google Classroom
Go to the Year 11H/Media class
Click on the Montage task.
2 NovTo be able to review my montage successfully.Go to your Media class on Google Classroom. Click on the review resources
9 NovTo check I’ve completed successful pre-production tasks for Component 2: Learning Aim B.

To begin to film the clips for Component 2: Learning Aim B.
Go to your Media class on Google Classroom. Click on the preproduction resources
16 NovTo film the clips for Component 2: Learning Aim B.Go to your Media class on Google Classroom. Click on the production resources
23 NovTo finish filming the clips for Component 2: Learning Aim B.Go to your Media class on Google Classroom. Click on the production resources
30 NovTo successfully edit the clips for Component 2: Learning Aim B.Go to your Media class on Google Classroom. Click on the post-production resources
7 DecTo successfully edit the clips for Component 2: Learning Aim B.Go to your Media class on Google Classroom.
Click on the post-production resources.
14 DecTo be able to review my Learning Aim B successfully.Go to your Media class on Google Classroom.
Click on the post-production review resources.
5 JanPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
11 JanPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
18 JanPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
25 JanPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
1 FebPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 FebPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarTo revise and show a clear understanding of audience theory.Please see Google Classroom or the work below
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15 MarTo know the conventions of a successful review (Learning Aim C for Component 2).Please see Google Classroom or the work below
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12 AprPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 AprPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
26 AprPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
3 MayPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
10 MayPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
17 MayPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
24 MayPlease refer to 11G/Md1 and 11H/Md1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

Music

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 OctPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
12 OctPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
19 OctPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
2 NovPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9th NovPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
23 NovPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer to class 11G/Mu1 in Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecPlease refer to class 11G/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 11G/Mu1 classwork stream11G/Mu1 Classwork Stream
15 MarClassroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 11G/Mu1 classwork stream11G/Mu1 Classwork Stream
22 MarClassroom. Pupils will need to log in and access their Year 11G/Mu1 classwork stream11G/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 11G/Mu1 classwork stream11G/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 11G/Mu1 classwork stream11G/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 11G/Mu1 classwork stream11G/Mu1 classwork stream

PE (CORE)

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
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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
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12 AprChange into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
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19 Apr Change into appropriate sports clothing & trainers
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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
Ensure the area you are working is safe and free from obstructions
Link to Instruction
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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
Link to Instruction
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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
Link to Instruction
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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
Link to Instruction
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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
2 NovPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9 NovPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
23 NovPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecPlease refer to class 11G Google Classroom to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

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 – Coordination and Control
TOPIC 1 BIOLOGY:

CORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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28 SeptTopic 2: Physics – WavesTOPIC 2 PHYSICS:

CORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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5 Oct
Topic 1: Biology – Coordination and Control
TOPIC 1 BIOLOGY:

CORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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5 OctTopic 2: Physics – WavesTOPIC 2 PHYSICS:

CORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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12 OctTopic 1: Biology – Coordination and ControlTOPIC 1 BIOLOGY:

CORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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12 OctTopic 2: Chemistry – Chemistry of the AtmosphereTOPIC 2 CHEMISTRY:

CORE HT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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19 OctTopic 1: Biology – Coordination and ControlTOPIC 1 BIOLOGY:

CORE HT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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19 OctTopic 2: Chemistry – Chemistry of the AtmosphereTOPIC 2 CHEMISTRY:

CORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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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: Biology – Ecology
CORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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Topic 2: Physics – Magnetism and ElectromagnetismCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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9 NovTopic 1: Biology – EcologyCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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Topic 2: Physics – Magnetism and ElectromagnetismCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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16 NovTopic 1: Biology – EcologyCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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Topic 2: Chemistry – Using ResourcesCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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23 NovTopic 1: Biology – EcologyCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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Topic 2: Chemistry – Using ResourcesCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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30 NovTopic 1: Chemistry – Rate of ReactionCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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Topic 2: ForcesCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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7 DecTopic 1: Inheritance

CORE HT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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7 DecTopic 2: ForcesCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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14 DecTopic 1: Chemistry – Rate of ReactionCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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14 DecTopic 2: ForcesCORE HT
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CORE FT
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SEPARATE SCIENCE
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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.

All these topics focus on paper 1 revision.

Topic 1: Cell Biology
CORE FT:
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11 JanTopic 1: Cell Biology

Topic 2: Atomic Structure

Topic 3: Energy
TOPIC 1
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TOPIC 2
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TOPIC 3
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18 JanTopic 1: Cell Biology

Topic 2: Atomic Structure

Topic 3: Energy
TOPIC 1
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TOPIC 2
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TOPIC 3
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25 JanTopic 1: Cell Biology

Topic 2: Atomic Structure

Topic 3: Energy
TOPIC 1
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TOPIC 2
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1 FebTopic 1: Cell Biology

Topic 2: Atomic Structure

Topic 3: Energy
TOPIC 1
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TOPIC 2
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TOPIC 3
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SEPARATE SCIENCE:
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8 FebTopic 1: Cell Biology

Topic 2: Atomic Structure

Topic 3: Energy
TOPIC 1
CORE FT:
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SEPARATE SCIENCE:
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TOPIC 2
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SEPARATE SCIENCE:
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TOPIC 3
CORE FT:
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SEPARATE SCIENCE:
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All 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.
All these topics focus on paper 1 revision.
Physics 2: Electricity

Chemistry 2: Bonding, structures and properties of matter.
PHYSICS

CORE FT:
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SEPARATE SCIENCE:
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CHEMISTRY

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SEPARATE SCIENCE:
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15 MarPhysics 2: Electricity

Chemistry 2: Bonding, structures and properties of matter.
PHYSICS

CORE FT:

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CHEMISTRY

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22 MarPhysics 2: Electricity

Chemistry 2: Bonding, structures and properties of matter.
PHYSICS

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CHEMISTRY

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12 Apr
Lesson Focus
All 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: Organisation

Topic 2: Atomic Structure
ORGANISATION

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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19 AprORGANISATION

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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26 AprORGANISATION

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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3 MayORGANISATION

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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10 MayORGANISATION

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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17 MayORGANISATION

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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24 MayORGANISATION

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

CORE FT
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CORE HT
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TRIPLE SCIENCE
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Spanish

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptWork experienceLink to work
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5 OctApplying for a summer jobLink to work
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12 OctTalking about gap yearsLink to work
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19 OctGuided writing practise higher and foundationLink to work
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2 NovTalking about placesLink to work
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9 NovGiving directionsLink to work
16 NovDescribing features of a regionLink to work
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23rd NovDescribing features of a region continuedLink to work
30 NovTalking about the pros and cons of where you liveLink to work
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7 DecTalking about the pros and cons of where you live continuedLink to work
14 DecDescribing a visit in the pastLink to work
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8 MarHome and where you liveLink to work
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15 MarDescribing your regionLink to work
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22 MarSaying what you can do where you live

Future tense
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29 MarShopping / revision of clothes and presentsLink to work
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12 AprTalking about what you do in summerLink to work
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19 AprTalking about special events/ revision of food.Link to work
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26 AprTalking about special events/ revision of food.Link to work
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3 MayConsidering global issuesLink to work
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10 MayTalking about different jobsLink to work
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17 MayDescribing schoolLink to work
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20 MayTalking about social mediaLink to work
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Sport

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptWork through the Power point completing the tasks. Complete the PAR-QLink to work
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5 OctWork through the Power point completing the tasks. Create your short Medium and Long term goals.Link to work
12 OctWork through the Power point completing the tasks. Complete the What if? section of the PAR – QLink to work
19 OctWhy are Skill-related + Physical Components important in sport? Begin to design your Fitness Programme, considering all the points in the PowerPoint and tasks on the way.Link to work
2 NovPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9 NovPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
23 NovPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
15 MarPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
22 MarPlease refer 11E/Sp1, 11G/Sp1 and 11H/Sp1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

Travel & Tourism

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptLink to work
5 OctLink to work
12 OctLink to work
19 OctLink to work
2 NovPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
9 NovPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
16 NovPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
23 NovPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
30 NovPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
7 DecemberPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
14 DecemberPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
5 JanPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
11 JanPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
18 JanPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
25 JanPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
1 FebPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 FebPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
8 MarPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
15 MarPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.
22 MarPlease refer 11E/Tt1 in Google Class room to access your lessons and communicate with your teacher.

Values

DateLesson FocusResources
28 SeptIs the physical set up for the House of Commons fit for purpose?

Should parliamentary procedures be modernised?
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5 OctShould the constitution remain uncodified?

Does the bicarmel system need to change? Including what this means, how we ended up with this system and its positive/negatives
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12 OctWhy do we have a separation of powers?Link to work
19 OctWhat does the supreme court do?
Including the types of cases it hears and how it compares to the US Supreme Court
Link to work
2 NovWhat are rights and where do they come from?
This lesson explore what rights are and how they developed from Magna Carta to the Human Rights Act 1998.
Link to work
9 NovWhat is the right to protest within a democracy with the rule of law?
This lesson looks at our right to protest in a democracy. We explore how these rights apply in society today.
Link to work
16 NovWhat change has protest achieved?
This lesson looks at how protesting has been used to create change in society. We will explore key events in history that have led to change.
Link to work
23 NovWhat are changemakers?
In this lesson, we will look at what a changemaker does and who they are. We will identify key people who can be considered changemakers and then think about how you, as pupils, can become active changemakers in your communities.
Link to work
30 NovShould protesters ever break the law?
In this lesson, we will consider the balance of rights and freedom between the right to protest and the duty to provide protection to the public. We will look at a practical scenario and consider different methods of protest.
Link to work
7 DecWhat are pressure groups?
In this lesson, we will explore what is meant by the term ‘pressure groups’. We consider different examples of direct and indirect action taken by pressure groups.
Link to work
14 DecWhy do we need rules?
This lesson looks at what rules and laws are and why they are needed to help us live together.
Link to work
5 JanWhat is identity and how can we be defined?
This lesson will explore the meaning of identity, how it is shaped and how it can change.
Link to work
11 JanWhat are the debates around identity in the UK?
This lesson will explore debates around identity in the UK and the ideas around a national identity. This lesson will also discuss the concept of British values
Link to work
18 JanHow is the UK population changing?
This lesson will explore the changing UK population, in relation to its composition. This lesson will also explore the impact of a changing population on society.
Link to work
25 JanHow diverse is UK society?
This lesson will explore how and why the UK is so diverse, looking at the benefits and challenges of living in a diverse society. This lesson will also introduce the effects of immigration and its impact.
Link to work
1 FebIs there mutual respect and understanding of diverse groups in the UK?
This lesson will explore the importance of mutual respect and tolerance and ways of building mutual understanding. This lesson will also introduce the impact of inequality and discrimination and ways to prevent it.
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8 FebCan a changing and diverse society lead to unity?
This lesson will explore how diversity, integration and community cohesion can lead to unity. This lesson will also look at the challenges and opportunities of a changing and diverse society.
Link to work
8 MarWhat is the right to protest within a democracy with the rule of law?
This lesson looks at our right to protest in a democracy. We explore how these rights apply in society today.
Link to work
15 MarWhat change has protest achieved?
This lesson looks at how protesting has been used to create change in society. We will explore key events in history that have led to change.
Link to work
22 MarShould protesters ever break the law?
In this lesson, we will consider the balance of rights and freedom between the right to protest and the duty to provide protection to the public. We will look at a practical scenario and consider different methods of protest.
Link to work
12 AprWhat is the difference between democratic and non-democratic government?
In this lesson, we will explore the key features of democratic and non-democratic countries. We will examine the UK and compare this country to China, before discussing the pros and cons of different types of government.
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19 AprHow do different systems of government compare?
In this lesson we will recap the type of government the UK has and explore the differences in a devolved government. We will then go onto analyse how governments work in other countries. We will have an opportunity to examine the difference between a democratic government and other forms of government.
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26 AprHow does government work in a non-democratic nation? (case study North Korea)
In this lesson we explore key features of democratic and non-democratic governments. North Korea is used as a case study to investigate what life is like in a non-democratic nation. Comparisons are made between democratic and non-democratic governments focusing on the issue of human rights.
What are the key differences between the Westminster parliament and the US Congress?
In this lesson we will learn about the similarities and differences between Westminster and Congress. You will compare the political systems of both the UK and US before making a judgement on how similar they are.
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3 MayWhat are the key differences between the Westminster parliament and the US Congress?
In this lesson we will learn about the similarities and differences between Westminster and Congress. You will compare the political systems of both the UK and US before making a judgement on how similar they are.
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10 MayHow does the role of the UK Prime Minister differ to elected leaders in other countries?
In this lesson we will explore the roles of the UK’s Prime Minister and how these are similar and different to the roles of President of the United States and the King of Saudi Arabia.
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17 MayHow do elections work in different countries?
In this lesson we consider a range of systems used for elections in different countries. A re-cap is given of first past the post, looking at elections in the UK and weighing up the strengths and weaknesses of this. Further case studies of the election systems in the USA and Germany are given to aid evaluation of the UK election system.
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24 MayWhat are changemakers?
In this lesson, we will look at what a changemaker does and who they are. We will identify key people who can be considered changemakers and then think about how you, as pupils, can become active changemakers in your communities.
Link to work