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Year 9 Home Learning 2021/2022

HALF TERM 4 (FEB – APR)

RE

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28 FebHow do people see you?Link to Work
7 MarWhat is true beauty?Link to Work
14 MarBody imageLink to Work
21 MarConcerns about body imageLink to Work
28 MarAlcohol How it changes usLink to Work
4 AprThe effects of smokingLink to Work

ENGLISH

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28 FebDr Lanyon’s Narrative – Part 1
Dr Lanyon’s Narrative – Part 2
Jekyll’s Confession – Part 1
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7 MarJekyll’s Confession – Part 2
Repression and Duality
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14 MarScience and Religion
Setting and Symbolism
Reputation and Hypocrisy
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21 MarExplore rhetoric, which is a literary tool used to persuade others of your ideas or opinions. Examine the origins of rhetoric and study ethos, a key component of rhetorical writing and speaking. How to use pathos to create an emotional reaction to your writing.Link to Work
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28 MarUsing a rhetoric framework for writing.
The key features of writing rhetoric using opinion.
Writing an effective speech using rhetoric.
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4 AprHow rhetoric is used to create a reassuring or advisory tone.
Using rhetoric to write a letter to your younger self.
A writer who uses rhetoric with advice and warning, Lennie James writes with a particular style to appeal to his audience in a unique and personal approach within his open letter.
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FOOD

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28 FebLabelling and AllergensSpanish Rice Practical
7 MarFactors Affecting Food ChoiceFruit or Savoury Muffins Practical
14 MarBritish CuisineHomemade Scones

GRAPHICS

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28 FebEvent Poster
Initial Design –
– Layout & Plan
– Mark Making Patterns
PDF – Booklet
PDF – Lesson 8 & 9
7 MarEvent Poster
Design
– Typography
– Composition
PDF – Booklet
PDF – Lesson 11 & 12
14 MarEvent Poster
Evaluation
PDF – Booklet
PDF – Lesson 16
21 MarD&T New Rotation – Graphics
Event Poster
Drawing Skills
Perspective Drawing
PDF – Booklet
PDF – Lesson 1
PDF – Lesson 2
28 MarEvent Poster
Drawing Skills
Mark Making Patterns with monochrome & colour
PDF – Booklet
PDF – Lesson 3 & 4
4 AprEvent Poster
Design Brief & Analysis
Who is Nikki Farquharson?
PDF – Booklet
PDF – Lesson 5

ICT

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28 FebProgramming – Lesson 1 – You’ve got the movesLink to Work
7 MarProgramming – Lesson 1 – You’ve got the movesLink to Work
14 MarProgramming – Lesson 2 – Fly cat flyLink to Work
21 MarProgramming – Lesson 3 – Loop the LoopLink to Work
28 MarProgramming – Lesson 4 Treasure those listsLink to Work
4 AprProgramming – Lesson 5 Translate this Part 1Link to Work

GEOGRAPHY

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28 FebHow do glacial troughs form?
In this lesson we will learn about the characteristics and formation of a glacial trough including its features: ribbon lakes and hanging valleys.
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7 MarWhat landforms are formed by glacial deposition?
In this lesson we will learn about the characteristics and formation of depositional glacial landforms.
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14 MarWhat are the impacts of glacial retreat?
In this lesson we will learn about the main cause of glacial retreat: climate change. We will also learn about the social, economic and environmental impacts of glaciers retreating.
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21 MarWhat are the opportunities associated with glacial landscapes?
In this lesson we will learn about an example of a glacial landscape in the United Kingdom; the Lake District. We will then learn about the opportunities for economic activity in the Lake District.
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28 MarWhat are the challenges associated with glacial landscapes?
In this lesson we will learn about the challenges associated with human activity in the Lake District.
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4 AprHow can glacial landscapes be managed?
In this lesson we will learn about how Lake District is managed to ensure it can be enjoyed by the local people and tourists.
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MATHS

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28 FebSet 1 and 2: substitution into expressions and functionsLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: Adding and subtracting fractionsLink to Work
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7 MarSet 1 and 2: solving equations and rearrangingLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: multiplying and dividing fractionsLink to Work
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14 MarSet 1 and 2: expanding bracketsLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: Review of FDPLink to Work
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21 MarSet 1 and 2: factorising quadraticsLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: SubstitutionLink to Work
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28 MarSet 1 and 2: algebraic proofLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: expanding fractionsLink to Work
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4 AprSet 1 and 2: Angles recapLink to Work
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Set 3 and 4: factorising fractionsLink to Work
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PE

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

RE

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28 FebHow do people see you?Link to Work
7 MarWhat is true beauty?Link to Work
14 MarBody imageLink to Work
21 MarConcerns about body imageLink to Work
28 MarAlcohol How it changes usLink to Work
4 AprThe effects of smokingLink to Work

SPANISH

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

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28 FebGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
– Fabric paint graffiti word
– Sewing Seams
PDF – Booklet
PDF – Lesson 10
7 MarGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
– Machine Applique
– Creating a Hem
PDF – Booklet 
PDF – Lesson 10&14
14 MarGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
– Creating a hem
– Cushion Assembly
PDF – Booklet 
PDF – Lesson 15&16
21 MarD&T New Rotation – Textiles
Graffiti Cushion

Focused Practical Task
– Tie Dye
– Fabric Paint
PDF – Booklet 
PDF – Lesson 1
PDF – Lesson 2
28 MarGraffiti Cushion
Focused Practical Task
– Sewing Machine
PDF – Booklet 
PDF – Lesson 3&4
4 AprGraffiti Cushion
Design Brief & Analysis
– Customer Profile
PDF – Booklet 
PDF – Lesson 5
PDF – Lesson 6

HALF TERM 3 (JAN – FEB)

ENGLISH

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4 JanCreative Writing – focusing on what makes a good story and narrative structureLink to work
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10 JanCreative Writing – focusing on developing character and figurative languageLink to work
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17 JanCreative Writing – complete the sentence structures sheet.
Plan and write a story based on one of the titles.
Link to Sentence Structures Sheet
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24 JanContext of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Story of the Door – Part 1

Story of the Door – Part 2
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31 JanDr Jekyll Was Quite At Ease

The Carew Murder Case

Soho and Setting
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7 FebHyde’s Letter

Lanyon’s Shock
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14 FebThe Incident At The Window

The Last Night – Part 1

The Last Night – Part 2
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FOOD

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4 JanPractical FocusLink to work
10 JanBritish CuisineLink to work
17 Jan(New Rotation)
Eatwell Guide and Healthy tips
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24 JanMethods of CookingLink to work
31 JanBacteria and Cross ContaminationLink to work
7 FebBuying and Storing FoodsLink to work
14 FebPasta as a CommodityLink to work

FRENCH

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4 JanDescribing a person or thingLink to work
10 JanSaying what people haveLink to work
17 JanDescribing what people haveLink to work
24 JanTalking about doing and making thingsLink to work
31 JanSaying what people doLink to work
7 FebSaying what people do ‘er’ verbsLink to work
14 FebSaying what you do with othersLink to work

GEOGRAPHY

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4 JanExamples of conflict
Conflict means ‘disagreement’ – sometimes this can be on a very small scale, such as a disagreement with a friend, but can also be on a much bigger scale, such as between groups or whole countries.
Watch the video (link) and summarise how tourism in the Yorkshire Dales can create conflict between different groups of people.
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10 JanWhy do people migrate?
In this lesson, we will explore the reasons why people migrate from one country to another. We will learn to define key terminology in relation to migration such as asylum seeker, refugee and internally displaced persons.
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17 JanIs the conflict in Syria a children’s rights issue?
In this lesson, we will explore the war in Syria, the origins of the war and the extent to which the rights of children are being enjoyed or denied.
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24 JanWhat are the impacts of conflict?
Read the information (link) and explain how conflict in a country (e.g. the war in Syria) can have impacts all over the world.
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31 JanWhat are glaciers?
In this lesson we will learn about what glaciers are, where they can be found and how they are changing.
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7 FebHow do corries form?
In this lesson we will learn about the characteristics and formation of the glacial landform; a corrie.
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14 FebHow do arêtes and pyramidal peaks form?
In this lesson we will learn about the characteristics and formation of the glacial landforms arêtes and pyramidal peaks.
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GRAPHICS

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4 JanEvent Poster
Design
Typography
Composition
Link to Booklet
PDF – Lesson 11&12
10 JanEvent Poster
Evaluation
Link to Booklet
PDF – Lesson 16
17 JanD&T New Rotation
Event Poster

Drawing Skills
Perspective Drawing
Link to Booklet
PDF – Lesson 1
PDF – Lesson 2
24 JanEvent Poster
Drawing Skills
Mark Making Patterns with monochrome & colour
Link to Booklet
PDF – Lesson 3&4
31 JanEvent Poster
Design Brief & Analysis
Who is Nikki Farquharson?
Link to Booklet
PDF – Lesson 5
7 FebEvent Poster
Research – Designer Study on Nikki Farquharson.
Link to Booklet
PDF – Lesson 6
14 FebEvent Poster
Research – Product analysis of event posters
Link to Booklet
PDF – Lesson 7

ICT

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4 JanProgramming – Lesson 1 – You’ve got the movesLink to work
10 JanProgramming – Lesson 1 – You’ve got the movesLink to work
17 JanProgramming – Lesson 2 – Fly cat flyLink to work
24 JanProgramming – Lesson 3 – Loop the LoopLink to work
31 JanProgramming – Lesson 4 Treasure those listsLink to work
7 FebProgramming – Lesson 5 Translate this Part 1Link to work
14 FebProgramming – Lesson 6 Translate this Part 2Link to work

MATHS

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4 JanSet 1 and 2: PercentagesLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Data collection and samplingLink to work
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10 JanSet 1 and 2: Further percentagesLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Representing dataLink to work
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17 JanSet 1 and 2: repeated percentage change and fraction recapLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: AveragesLink to work
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24 JanSet 1 and 2: Algebraic fractionsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Frequency tablesLink to work
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31 JanSet 1 and 2: further algebraic fractionsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Converting FDPLink to work
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7 FebSet 1 and 2: Recurring decimalsLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: PercentagesLink to work
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14 FebSet 1 and 2: limits of accuracy revisitLink to work
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Set 3 and 4: Further percentagesLink to work
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PE

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

RE

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4 JanThe sanctity of lifeLink to work
10 JanShould we test on animals?Link to work
17 JanShould we use animals for food?Link to work
24 JanIs abortion, ever right?Link to work
31 JanIs euthanasia, ever right?Link to work
7 FebHow does belief in an afterlife affect our decisionsLink to work
14 FebNon-religious viewsLink to work

SCIENCE

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4 JanYear 9 students have started their Building Block Science topics. This half term they are looking at the Biology topic ‘Cell Biology’.

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 – Cell Biology
Core HT:
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Core FT:
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10 JanYear 9 students have started their Building Block Science topics. This half term they are looking at the Biology topic ‘Cell Biology’.

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 – Cell Biology
Core HT:
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Core FT:
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Separate Science:
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17 JanYear 9 students have started their Building Block Science topics. This half term they are looking at the Biology topic ‘Cell Biology’.

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 – Cell Biology
Core HT:
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Core FT:
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Separate Science:
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24 JanYear 9 students have started their Building Block Science topics. This half term they are looking at the Biology topic ‘Cell Biology’.

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 – Cell Biology
Core HT:
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Core FT:
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Separate Science:
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31 JanYear 9 students have started their Building Block Science topics. This half term they are looking at the Biology topic ‘Cell Biology’.

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 – Cell Biology
Core HT:
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Core FT:
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Separate Science:
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7 FebYear 9 students have started their Building Block Science topics. This half term they are looking at the Biology topic ‘Cell Biology’.

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 – Cell Biology
Core HT:
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Core FT:
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Separate Science:
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14 FebYear 9 students have started their Building Block Science topics. This half term they are looking at the Biology topic ‘Cell Biology’.

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 – Cell Biology
Core HT:
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Core FT:
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Separate Science:
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SPANISH

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4 JanTalking about what is trendingLink to work
10 JanTalking about what is trendingLink to work
17 JanTalking about what is trendingLink to work
24 JanTalking about different forms of entertainmentLink to work
31 JanTalking about different forms of entertainmentLink to work
7 FebTalking about different forms of entertainmentLink to work
14 FebTalking about who you admireLink to work

TEXTILES

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4 JanGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
Machine Applique
Creating a Hem
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 10&14
10 JanGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
Creating a hem
Cushion Assembly
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 15&16
17 JanD&T New Rotation – Textiles
Graffiti Cushion
Focused Practical Task
Tie Dye
Fabric Paint
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 1
Link to Lesson 2
24 JanGraffiti Cushion
Focused Practical Task
Sewing Machine
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 3&4
31 JanGraffiti Cushion
Design Brief & Analysis
Customer Profile
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 5
Link to Lesson 6
7 FebGraffiti Cushion
Sketched Idea for Graffiti word
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 7
14 FebGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
Tie dye fabric
Fabric paint graffiti word
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 9

HALF TERM 2 (NOV – DEC)

ART

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15 NovJasper Johns (Part 1)Link to work
22 NovJasper Johns (Part 2)Link to work
29 NovPeter Blake (Part 1)Link to work
6 DecPeter Blake (Part 2)Link to work
13 DecDain (Part 1)Link to work

DRAMA

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1 NovComedy genres ( script work)
Follow the PowerPoint instructions and use the relevant script : parody,’ Bouncers’ & spoof)
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Link to Parody ‘Lauren 1’
Link to Parody ‘Lauren 2’
Link to Parody ‘Vicky’
Link to Bouncers
Link to Spoof
8 NovSee above
15 NovSee above
22 NovSee above
29 NovSee above
6 DecSee above
13 DecSee above

ENGLISH

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1 NovNarrative Writing Lessons 1 and 2 Narrative Writing lessons 1 and 2 PowerPoint
8 NovNarrative Writing Lesson 3Narrative Writing Lesson 3 PowerPoint
15 NovCreative Writing – focusing on what makes a good story and narrative structureLink to work
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22 NovCreative Writing – Crafting creative writing and creating a story openingLink to work
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29 NovCreative Writing – Introducing a character and revealing a problemLink to work
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6 DecCreative Writing – the climactic moment and the endingLink to work
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13 DecCreative Writing – complete the sentence structures sheet.Sentence structures sheet
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FRENCH

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1 NovUsing negativesLink to work
8 NovThe future tenseLink to work
15 NovThe future tenseLink to work
22 NovSaying what you want and must doLink to work
29 NovSaying what you want and must doLink to work
6 DecPresent and the past tenseLink to work
13 DecPresent and the past tenseLink to work

GEOGRAPHY

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1 NovWhat are the positive and negative impacts of volcanoes?Link to work
8 NovHow can we predict, protect and prepare for volcanic eruptions?Link to work
15 NovHow can we measure and predict earthquakes?Link to work
22 NovHow can we prepare and protect against the impact of earthquakes?Link to work
29 NovWhat are tsunamis and how do they form?Link to work
6 DecWhere is Japan and what is it like?Link to work
13 DecWhat happened during the 2011 Japanese tsunami?Link to work

GRAPHICS

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1 NovProduct Evaluation
8 NovD&T New Rotation – Graphics
Event Poster
Drawing Skills
Perspective Drawing
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 1
Link to Lesson 2
15 NovEvent Poster
Drawing Skills
Mark Making Patterns with monochrome & colour
Link to Booklet
Link to Lessons 3 & 4
22 NovEvent Poster
Design Brief & Analysis
Who is Nikki Farquharson?
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 5
29 NovEvent Poster
Research – Designer Study on Nikki Farquharson.
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 6
6 DecEvent Poster
Research – Product analysis of event posters
Link to Booklet
Link to Lesson 7
13 DecEvent Poster
Initial Design –
Layout & Plan
Mark Making Patterns
Link to Booklet
Link to Lessons 8 & 9

HISTORY

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1 NovBritish AmericaLink to work
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29 NovBritish AmericaLink to work
6 DecBritish AmericaLink to work
13 DecBritish AmericaLink to work

ICT

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1 NovProgramming – Lesson 1 – You’ve got the movesLink to work
8 NovProgramming – Lesson 1 – You’ve got the movesLink to work
15 NovProgramming – Lesson 2 – Fly cat flyLink to work
22 NovProgramming – Lesson 3 – Loop the LoopLink to work
29 NovProgramming – Lesson 4 Treasure those listsLink to work
6 DecProgramming – Lesson 5 Translate this Part 1Link to work
13 DecProgramming – Lesson 6 Translate this Part 2Link to work

MUSIC

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PE

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1 NovTry your best to complete
both these work outs as they
will work your cardio vascular
system and your muscular
system.
SELF: 30 Minute Cardio Bootcamp
Joe Wicks: 5 Minutes Abs
8 NovTry your best to complete
both these work outs as they
will work your cardio vascular
system and your muscular
system.
SELF: 30 Minute Bodyweight Cardio
Joe Wicks: 6 Minutes Abs
15 NovTry your best to complete
both these work outs as they
will work your cardio vascular
system and your muscular
system.
SELF: 30 Minute HIIT Cardio
Joe Wicks: 7 Minutes Abs
22 NovTry your best to complete
both these work outs as they
will work your cardio vascular
system and your muscular
system.
SELF: 25 Minute Full Body HIIT
Joe Wicks: 8 Minutes Abs
29 NovTry your best to complete
both these work outs as they
will work your cardio vascular
system and your muscular
system.
SELF: 25 Minute Full Body Cardio
Joe Wicks: 9 Minutes Abs
6 DecTry your best to complete
both these work outs as they
will work your cardio vascular
system and your muscular
system.
SELF: 25 Minute Full Body Cardio
SELF: 20 Minute HIIT Abs
13 DecTry your best to complete
both these work outs as they
will work your cardio vascular
system and your muscular
system.
SELF: 30 Minute Cardio & Abs
Joe Wicks: 20 Minutes HIIT Abs

RE

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15 NovValues topic – Stable relationshipsLink to work
22 NovValues topic – Positive relationshipsLink to work
29 NovValues topic – Family relationshipsLink to work
6 DecValues topic – Marriage Vs CohabitationLink to work
13 DecValues topic – The role of a parentLink to work

SCIENCE

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1 NovAtomic structure and periodic table L1-4Link to work
8 NovAtomic structure and periodic table L5-8Link to work
15 NovAtomic structure and periodic table L9-12Link to work
22 NovAtomic structure and periodic table L13-16Link to work
29 NovAtomic structure and periodic table L17-20Link to work
6 DecCell biology L1-4Link to work
13 DecCell biology L5-8Link to work

SPANISH

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

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1 NovProduct Evaluation
8 NovD&T New Rotation – Textiles
Graffiti Cushion

Focused Practical Task
Tie Dye
Fabric Paint
Link to booklet
Link to Lesson 1
Link to Lesson 2
15 NovGraffiti Cushion
Focused Practical Task
Sewing Machine
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22 NovGraffiti Cushion
Design Brief & Analysis
Customer Profile
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29 NovGraffiti Cushion
Sketched Idea for Graffiti word
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6 DecGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
Tie dye fabric
Fabric paint graffiti word
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13 DecGraffiti Cushion
Manufacture of cushion
Fabric paint graffiti word
Sewing Seams
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HALF TERM 1 (SEPT – OCT)

ENGLISH

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7 SeptIntroduction to English – Check Google Classroom for Summer work to complete
13 SeptOf Mice and Men – context
And read chap 1 (up to slide 18)
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Context PowerPoint
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20 SeptOf Mice and Men – read chap 2 and 3 (slides 18 – 67)Link to work
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27 SeptOf Mice and Men – read chap 4 and 5 (slide 67 – 98)Link to work
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4 OctOf Mice and Men – read chap 6 (slide 98-end). Work on characters and themesLink to work
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11 OctCreate a character profile of Curley’s Wife. Use the internet to research any details about her. Use colour, images, key words and quotations
18 OctCreate a chapter summary of Of Mice and Men – use images and key words

FRENCH

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7 SeptSaying how many there areLink to work
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13 SeptDescribing peopleLink to work
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20 SeptSaying what people haveLink to work
27 SeptSaying what people doLink to work
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4 OctSaying what belongs to you and someone elseLink to work
11 OctDescribing things and peopleLink to work
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18 OctExpressing future intentionsLink to work

GEOGRAPHY

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7 SeptWhat are the factors that influence population distribution?
This week looks at what the distribution of population is like globally, where people live and why. It will also explore the different human physical factors which affect population density.
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13 SeptWhat is the population explosion?
This week covers how the global population is changing, the differences between the population increase in developed and developing countries and how to calculate the percentage increases in population.
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20 SeptWhat are the potential consequences of overpopulation?
This week looks at how the population explosion may affect us in the future and considers the social, economic and environmental consequences of overpopulation.
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27 SeptHow do population structures change over time?
This week covers the Demographic Transition Model and considers how population structures change over time, and why.
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4 OctHow does the population structure change as a country develops?
This week considers how the Demographic Transition Model is linked to economic development and what causes birth and death rates to change.
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11 OctWhat do population pyramids show?
This week, we learn about what population pyramids show us, how to read them and how to compare different populations using population pyramids.
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18 OctWhat strategies have been used to try and control population growth?
This week will consider how countries might attempt to reduce the risk of overpopulation by controlling population growth. We learn about some ways that places like Kerala in India or China have tried to do this in the past, and how effective this has been.
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HISTORY

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7 SeptWas Africa similar to Europe in the 1600sLink to work
13 SeptThe Triangular tradeLink to work
20 SeptMiddle PassageLink to work
27 SeptLife on the plantationLink to work
4 OctWhat changed in Britain between 1750-1900Link to work
11 OctChild labourLink to work
18 OctWhat was the British EmpireLink to work

MATHS

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13 SeptSet 1 and 2: RoundingLink to work
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20 SeptSet 1 and 2: decimalsLink to work
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27 SeptSet 1 and 2: BoundsLink to work
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4 OctSet 1 and 2Link to work
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11 OctSet 1 and 2Link to work
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18 OctSet 1 and 2Link to work
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MUSIC

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7 Sept – 18 OctLink to work

PE

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

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11 OctResearch Christian beliefs on the trinity. Make some notes. Find some art work that represents this. Why is it ok in Christianity to draw God?Link to work
18 OctProduce your own piece of art work to represent the trinity. This could be a drawing, painting, collage,etc.Link to work

SCIENCE

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7 SeptEarth and the Universe L11-12Link to work
13 SeptEarth and the Universe L13-14Link to work
20 SeptEarth and the Universe L15-16Link to work
27 SeptClimate and Earth’s resources L1-4Link to work
4 OctClimate and Earth’s resources L5-8Link to work
11 OctClimate and Earth’s resources L9-12Link to work
18 OctClimate and Earth’s resources L13-16Link to work

SPANISH

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