All Saints Curriculum Year 11 Art and Design

All Saints Curriculum Year 11 Art and Design

All Saints Curriculum Year 11 Art and Design Term Topics to Keywords / be studies Terms / Inspiration Autumn/ Spring Fragments To break something into small parts or to be broken up in this way: Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Additional Information Taking students to art galleries will help them Any Taschen GCSE specifications in art and engage with people in the arts community, artist specific Art Craft and design must require students to and let them see the value of creative work. book is great for design learn through practical visual reference assessments will experience and demonstrate Galleries give students the opportunity to and also require students knowledge and understanding explore the textures of paintings up close, the reasonably priced to demonstrate of sources that inform their drapery dangling off marble statues, and the (so each book is the knowledge creative intentions. Intentions The satellite scale of a large canvas. This puts art in a based on one and understanding should be realised through will fragment completely different perspective to viewing it artist like Monet listed below purposeful engagement with and burn up on a phone or a laptop. or an art through practical visual language1, visual as it falls Art boosts the emotional intelligence of movement like application of concepts, media, materials and through the people who experience it, giving them Surrealism). skills to realise the application of appropriate earth's experiences of empathy and exposing them personal

techniques and working General atmosphere. to new worldviews and ideas. These are some intentions relevant methods. reference books of the key skills people use to function in to their chosen are also good His day was society. Even if your child doesnt aspire to be title(s) and related GCSE specifications in art and fragmented an artist or work in the art world, visiting art such asth Art of area(s) of study. design must require students to the 20 Century develop and apply relevant by meetings galleries can be hugely beneficial for their or Art; The Art, Craft and subject-specific skills in order to and phone personal development. Definitive Visual Design use visual language to calls. Guide. assessments will communicate personal ideas, Not only will it help them develop personally, require students meanings and responses. but it will also give them a greater sense of Any of the The to know and the historical identity they hold, as well as the Worlds Greatest understand how GCSE specifications in art and identities of others. Seeing art made by your Art series are sources inspire the design must require students, own culture, and the cultures of others, can often used (eg. A development of over time, to reflect critically Brief History of upon their creative journey, and really help contextualise your place in the ideas. Art or Modern its effectiveness in relation to world, what ideologies were held in the past, the realisation of personal and how the human experience has changed. Art). intentions. Term Spring/ Summer Topics to be studies AQA will provide a separat e externall y set assignm ent for each title,

each with seven different starting points. Student s must select and respond to one starting point from their chosen title Keywords / Terms / Inspiration Line The Graphic Unifier, Curved, Straight. Directional Thrust: Horizontal, Vertical, and Diagonal. Shape Naturalistic, Geometric. (The Golden Mean) Space / Size Large, Medium, Small. Proportion or Scale. (The Golden Mean) (Perspective) Value Light, Dark. (Value Patterns)(Arial Perspective) Color Hue, Chroma, and Value. (The Color Wheel) Texture Rough, Smooth, Soft, Hard. Places of Interest See below a list of galleries open to the public that have exciting and different exhibitions throughout the year

The White Cube Tate Modern Tate Britain V&A The Saatchi Gallery The Lisson Gallery The Whitechapel Art Gallery The Crafts Council Gallery Cork Street Galleriescommercial art galleries on Londons famous Cork Street The ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts) Camden Arts Centre Serpentine Gallery The Photographers' Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies St. London W1F 7LW Frith Street Gallery Gagosian Gallery The Wellcome Institutechanging exhibitions containing arts that have a link to Science Related reading Assessment Information The externally set assignment assessments will provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate, through an extended creative response, and test their ability to draw together different areas of knowledge, skills and/or understandin g in response to their

selected starting point. Students must ensure that the total submission for Component 2 evidences coverage of all four assessment objectives and evidence of drawing activi ty and Additional Information The extended creative response must explicitly evidence students ability to draw together different areas of knowledge, skill and/or understanding from initial engagement with their selected starting point through to their realisation of intentions in the 10 hours of supervised time. Business Studies Term Autumn Spring Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Topic 2.2 Design mix Product life cycle Pricing strategies Promotional strategies Place Topic 2.3

Business operations The impact of technology on products Working with suppliers Managing Stock Topic 2.4 Business calculation Understanding business performance Summer Topic 2.5 Organisational structure The importance of effective communication Different ways of working Recruitment Training and developing employees Places of Interest Related reading Aesthetic Pricing strategies Mass Market, Niche market Emotive language Retailing, E-tailing Automation, Cadburys factory economies of scale, downtime, job Coca-Cola factory production, batch production, flow production,

JIT, JIC, quality control, quality assurance Gross profit, net profit, profit margins, average rate return Variable, infographic, demographic Hierarchical, span of control, centralised, decentralised Permanent, temporary and freelance contract Retention rate, remuneration, fringe benefits Job rotation, job enrichment Assessment Information Additional Information In class assessment Homework End of unit test Students are expected to attend extra-curricular intervention to enhance their understanding of the subject and practice exam technique Revise Edexcel GCSE (9- In class assessment 1) Business Revision Homework Guide End of unit test - ISBN: 978-1292190716 Students are expected to attend extra-curricular intervention to enhance their understanding of the subject and practice exam technique Revise Edexcel GCSE (91) Business Revision Guide Workbook ISBN: 978-1292190709 In class assessment Homework End of unit test Students are expected to attend extra-curricular

intervention to enhance their understanding of the subject and practice exam technique Computer Science Term Topics to be studies Autumn Sorting and Searching Algorithms Boolean Logic Programming Project Spring Binary and Hexadecimal Data representation Revision Programming Project Summer Revision Programming Project Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading Bubble sort Insertion sort Merge sort The National Linear search Museum of Binary search Computing Truth tables (Bletchley Park) Logic gates Logic circuits Design Flowcharts Pseudocode https://elevate.cambridge.org/elevate/Reader/ http://www.teach-ict.com/ Binary system

Hexadecimal Binary sums Binary shifts ASCII Image metadata Pixels Colour depth Sampling Bit depth Compression https://elevate.cambridge.org/elevate/Reader/ http://www.teach-ict.com/ Centre for Computing History, Cambridge. System Requirements Science Museum Analysis London Design Implementation The Museum of Testing Computing Evaluation Swindon OCR Computing for GCSE Hodder Education. By Sean OByrne and George Rouse. ISBN 978-1-4441-7779-4 OCR GCSE Revision. Collins Edition, by Paul Clowrey. ISBN 978-0-00-822747-0 OCR Computing for GCSE Hodder Education. By Sean OByrne and George Rouse. ISBN 978-1-4441-7779-4 OCR GCSE Revision. Collins Edition, by Paul Clowrey. ISBN 978-0-00-822747-0 https://elevate.cambridge.org/elevate/Reader/ http://www.teach-ict.com/ OCR Computing for GCSE Hodder Education. By Sean OByrne and George Rouse. ISBN 978-1-4441-7779-4 OCR GCSE Revision. Collins Edition, by Paul Clowrey. ISBN 978-0-00-822747-0 Assessment Information Additional Information Please consult Show October and Xmas My Homework for all assessments revision materials and home works http://www.ocr.org.uk /qualifications/gcse/gc se-computer-science-j 276-from-2016/ February and April Please consult Show Assessments

My Homework for all revision materials and home works http://www.ocr.org.uk /qualifications/gcse/gc se-computer-science-j 276-from-2016/ May exams and coursework Please consult Show My Homework for all revision materials and home works http://www.ocr.org.uk /qualifications/gcse/gc se-computer-science-j 276-from-2016/ English Term Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Additional Information Autumn 1 English Language: Metaphor Simile Personification Present/past participle Rhetorical question Repetition Simple/compound and complex sentences Zoom in and out Shift of focus Shift of perspective Echo Flashback Tension Irony London, a park, a river, a pond, a beach any natural setting that could be used as a stimulus for creative writing. 19th-21st Century Novels

Full Mock Use GCSEpod Metaphor Simile Personification Present/past participle Rhetorical question Repetition Simple/compound and complex sentences Tension Irony Humour Sardonic humour The British Library Archives. 19th-21st Century Newspaper Reports. Please see previous Please see previous Paper 1 Explorations in creative Reading and Writing Spring 1 English Language: Paper 2 Writers Viewpoints and Perspectives Summer 1 Revision All Topics Literature and Language Students will be examined on both Section A and B Q1-5 Q1-4: Questions require students to identify true information, compare and summarise, analyse language and compare writers attitudes and perspectives. Q5: Students will be writing a creative piece from a visual stimulus or written command suited to purpose, audience and format. Read The Guardian, The Independent and BBC News. Full Mock

Use GCSEpod Students will be examined on Section A and Section B Q1-5 Q1-4: Questions require students to identify true information, compare and summarise, analyse language and compare writers attitudes and perspectives. Q5: Students will be writing an opinion based piece suited to purpose, audience and format. The core text and revision materials. Students should read the study guides and any other theories linked to the topic. Revision Sessions and Drop Down Days. Students must learn key quotations by heart and read the core text multiple times. Use online audiobooks available on YouTube. Use GCSEpod Term Topics to be studies Autumn 2 English Literature: Modern Texts and Poetry Paper 2 AIC, Relationships and Unseen Poetry Keywords / Terms Dramatic irony Dramatic tension Misplaced optimism Gender inequality Socialism Capitalism Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Additional Information

Visit a court house and sit in the public gallery and watch how a case is conducted. The core text and revision materials. Full Mock Students must learn key quotations by heart and read the core texts multiple times. Personification Metaphor Simile Present/past participle Rhetorical question Repetition Plosive Iambic pentameter Nostalgia Rhyme scheme Rhythm Spring 2 English Literature: Paper 1 Shakespeare and the 19th Century Novel Courtly Love Fate Honour Neo-Platonic Love Transcendental Love Dramatic irony Dramatic tension Gothic Conventions Freuds personality model (id, ego, super ego) Darwinism Victorian era Atavism, Physiognomy Closed book assessment Students should read the study guides and any other theories linked to the topic. Film productions of An Inspector Calls include: Guy Hamilton (1954) Section A: Essay style question answering a question based on An Inspector Calls.

Section B: Essay style question based on comparing two poems from the Relationships Poetry Cluster. (One poem will be provided the rest will be unseen). Use online audiobooks available on YouTube. Use GCSEpod Aisling Walsh (2015) Michael Simpson 1982. Royal Shakespeare Company Production of Romeo and Juliet, Barbican, London. The Globe Theatre, London South Bank. Soho, London. The core text and revision materials. Section C: Essay style question based on unseen poetry. Students will analyse one unseen poem and then compare this to a second unseen poem. Full Mock: Closed book assessment Students should read the study guides and any other theories linked to the topic. Section A: Essay style question answering a question based on Romeo and Juliet Film productions of Romeo and Juliet include: Section B: Essay style question answering a question based on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Students must learn key quotations by heart and read the core text multiple times. Use online audiobooks available on YouTube.

Use GCSEpod Baz Luhrmann (1996) Franco Zeffirelli (1968) Carlo Carlei (2013) Summer 2 GCSE Examinations GCSE Examinations GCSE Examinations GCSE Examinations GCSE Examinations GCSE Examinations Food Technology Term Autumn Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Students will be Fermented soya introduced to Soya nuts and Tofu Soya milk Soya flour Ethical beliefs Places of Interest Food Halls Selfridges Harrods Television Programmes relating to Food Related reading https://www.youtube. com/watch? v=6ah5NlcOc6c Assessment 1 This is a written assessment on the information received in the first 6 weeks of the term. com/watch?

v=NoyGEb22iTs Assessment 2 Sweet and Sour Tofu Pecan Pie Chicken cakes with Teriyaki Sauce Controlled Assessment Students will carry out food investigations Assessment 1 This is a written assessment on the information received in the first 6 weeks of the term. Recipes ; Pineapple upside down pudding https://www.bbcgoodfo od . Antioxidants Nut salad Tiramisu https://www.youtube. Somatosensory Cortex Additional Information Recipes; Chicken satay Ideal Home Exhibition Sensory perception Students will increase knowledge and Lingual papillae understanding of Factors affecting Food Choices Umami Assessment Information com/howto/guide/ ingredient-focus-soya Increase knowledge of sugars and syrups Spring Summer

Sugar cane Sugar Beet Students will revisit the Treacle topics previously covered in readiness for the external examination Revision External written examination Exam Techniques Describe Explain State Give Justify Compare Analyse Food Halls Selfridges Harrods GCSE POD GCSE Bitesize Television Programmes relating to Food Ideal Home Exhibition Food Halls Selfridges Harrods Television Programmes relating to Food Ideal Home Exhibition Assessment 2 Controlled Assessment GCSE POD GCSE Bitesize External Examination Tiramisu French Term Autumn Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Theme 3: Current and Future study and employment

Topic 9+10: My studies, life at school and college Describing a typical day in school, talking about subjects, subjects that you like/ dislike and why, talking about school rules and uniform, talking about your ideal school. Topic 11+12:Education post-16, Jobs, career choices and ambitions Talking about future options, discussing university and apprenticeships, discussing how to get a job and talking about the advantages and disadvantages of jobs Langlais/le franais/lhistoire/la gographie/le sport/le thtre/linformatique/les maths/la religion etc Je dirais que/personnellement/ selon moi/je trouve que etc a mintresse, a mexcite, a minspire, a me calme, jaime crire, lire, analyser, a maidera dans le futur, jobtiens de bonnes notes en cette matire. je trouve difficile de me concentrer en classe, je dteste lire et crire, ce ne sera pas utile pour mon avenir, je nutiliserai cela jamais dans la vie, cest une perte de temps etc.. il faut/il est obligatoire de/les lves sont tenus de/il est interdit de Lever la main pour parler/Faire la queue/ tre ponctuel/porter luniforme scolaire/faire les devoirs/ Les lves en France ne portent pas duniforme scolaire Mon collge idal serait Travailler mon compte/Travailler temps partiel/ Gagner de lexprience de vie/Chercher du travail/Voyager le monde/tre au chmage Plus tard/A lavenir/Quand je serai grand/Si tout va bien/Dans mes rves Avocat/professeur/footballeur/mcanicien/ pompier/maon etc

Il faut trecalme/patient/confient/charmant/organise /intelligent/adroit Je voudrais certainement/je ne voudrais pas Aider les autres/Travailler dans un bureau/Travailler avec les enfants/Travailler avec les animaux/Travailler ltranger/travailleur des heures flexibles Un mtier facile/difficile/dangereux/utile etc Places of Interest Related reading Comprehension text on schools in France. Assessment Information Vocabulary Complex structures Justifications Future/conditional tenses Additional Information Term Topics to be studies Spring Preparation for the speaking exam and revision for GCSE Exam Keywords / Terms Students start preparing their answers to a given set of questions on a nominated them. They also practise on role-plays and describing a given picture Places of Interest Related reading Revision booklets prepared for all 4 skills Assessment Information Additional Information Geography

Term Autumn Spring Summer Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information GCSE Fieldwork Resource Management Resource security Resource stress Resource insecurity Brentwood High Street Eastbrookend Country Park Any reservoir https://www.water.o Fieldwork booklet rg.uk/ Mock exams Rivers Revision Ricer Processes Flooding Flood management River Tees Any local river https://www.gov.uk/ Test government/organis 2nd Mock exam ations/environmentagency Paper 3 preparation Revision https://www.bbc.co m/education/exams pecs/zy3ptyc GCSE Examinations. Paper 1: Physical Geography Paper 2: Human Geography Paper 3: Geographical

Application and Fieldwork Additional Information Fieldtrips are to Brentwood High Street and Eastbrookend Country Park. Used for Paper 3. History Term Autumn Spring Summer Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Vikings Trade with the East Raiding and invading Settlement Archaeological evidence Jorvik Ship burial Christianity Nazi Germany Chancellor Dictator Reichstag fire Rise to power Gestapo Police state Propaganda Total war Albert Speer Revision Places of Interest Related reading York the city Jorvik Viking Centre OCR textbook: Viking expansion The Greenlanders (Jane Smiley)

Norse Mythology (Neil Gaiman) The Long Ships (Frans G. Bengtsson) The Last Kingdom (Bernard Cornwell) Berlin OCR textbook: Nazi Germany Tattooist at Auschwitz (Heather Morris) The Diary of a Young Girl (Anne Frank) The Nazi Officers Wife (Edith Hahn Beer) Behind Enemy Lines (Marthe Cohn) Assessment Information Additional Information Full paper 3 1 mark questions, 9 mark, 10 mark and 18 mark question Knowledge paper Full paper 7, 15 and 18 mark question Source skills Maths Foundation Term Autumn Topics to be studies Sets 4/5 to focus on grade 3/4/5 topics on MathsWatch Keywords / Terms N/A Students to revise key grade 4/5 topics in lessons focusing on problem solving and worded questions Places of Interest Science museum Bletchley Park Natural History

museum British museum. Greenwich centre. Related reading Collins GCSE Maths Student Book ISBN 978-0-00-811382-7 Foundation Practice Book ISBN 978-0-00811388-9 Foundation Booster Workbook Grades 4/5 ISBN 978-0-00-8114206 Assessment Information Half termly assessments Websites: End of term assessments all topics covered in an exam paper format. Mock exam in Oct/Nov Foundation skills Book ISBN 978-0-00-8113902 Spring Summer Work through practice papers. Past papers N/A will be uploaded on SMH. Students to complete a set over two weeks and models answers provided. Work through practice papers. Past papers N/A will be uploaded on SMH. Students to complete a set over two weeks and models answers provided. Focus on mathematical reasoning and problem solving questions. Collins GCSE Maths Book ISBN 978-0-00811381-0 Additional Information Mock exam Corbett maths Maths Genie

Maths Watch OnMaths Maths Higher Term Autumn Topics to be studies Revision work on: Surds, Algebraic Fractions, Problem solving questions Set 3 to focus on grade 4/5/6 on MathsWatch. Set 2 to focus on grade 5/6/7 on MathsWatch Set 1 to focus on grade 7/8/9 on MathsWatch Keywords / Terms Surds, rationalise Places of Interest Science museum. Bletchley Park. Natural History museum, British museum. Greenwich centre. Related reading Assessment Information Collins EDEXCEL GCSE Half termly assessments Maths 4th Edition ISBN 978-0-00-811381-0 End of term assessments all topics covered in an Higher Practice Book exam paper format. 978-0-00-811387-2 Mock exam in Oct/Nov Higher Achieve Grade 79 Workbook ISBN 978-000-827125-1 Higher Skills Book ISBN 978-0-00-811389-6 Spring Work through practice papers. Past papers will be uploaded on SMH. Students to complete a set over two weeks and models answers provided. N/A Collins EDEXCEL GCSE

Mock exam paper th Maths 4 Edition ISBN 978-0-00-811381-0 Higher Practice Book 978-0-00-811387-2 Higher Achieve Grade 79 Workbook ISBN 978-000-827125-1 Higher Skills Book ISBN 978-0-00-811389-6 Summer Work through practice N/A papers. Past papers will be uploaded on SMH. Students to complete a set over two weeks and models answers provided. Focus on mathematical reasoning and problem solving questions. N/A Collins EDEXCEL GCSE Maths 4th Edition ISBN 978-0-00-811381-0 Higher Practice Book 978-0-00-811387-2 Higher Achieve Grade 79 Workbook ISBN 978-000-827125-1 Higher Skills Book ISBN 978-0-00-811389-6 Additional Information Websites: Corbett maths Maths Genie Maths Watch OnMaths CollinsConnect Physical Education (Core) Term Autumn Spring Topics to be studies Football Rugby Netball Fitness Handball Gaelic Football Dance Table Tennis (3 week rotation)

Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Umpiring key terms for each sport specific Related reading Athletics Rounders American Football Cricket Ultimate Frisby Softball (3 week rotation) Additional Information Allianz Park Coach Carter by Jasmine Jones Assessed on effort and ability via practical Bounce The Myth assessments of Talent and the formatively Power of Practice by Matthew Syed Inter house competitions through the year Crowlands Heath Talent Code Greatness isnt born. Its grown by Daniel Coyle Assessed on effort and ability via practical assessments formatively Inter house competitions through the year Assessed on effort and ability via practical assessments formatively

Sports Days Tackling life by Johnny Wilkinson Summer Assessment Information Eastminster School of Riding Open by Andre Agassi Physical Education (Option) Term Topics to be studies Autumn Performance analysis assessment Keywords / Terms Strengths and weaknesses Analysing and evaluating Places of Interest Outdoor adventurous activity centre Human body Museum Spring Use of Data Quantitative and qualitative data Subjective Objective Related reading Assessment Information www.topendsports End of unit tests Students are .com (exam expected to

www.brianmac.co. conditions) attend extrauk curricular clubs to enhance their levels within Bounce The Myth End of unit tests practical sports which of Talent and the (exam will increase Power of Practice conditions) their overall by Matthew Syed level Talent Code Greatness isnt born. Its grown by Daniel Coyle Tackling life by Johnny Wilkinson Summer Revision Cover everything Additional Information End of unit tests (exam conditions) Performing Arts Music Half Term 1 Year 11 (2018/19) Half Term 2 Half Term 3 Half Term 4 Half Term 5 AQA board recap AQA board recap AQA board recap AQA board recap Drop down days:

1 Lesson: AO1 Classical Music (listening) 1 Lesson: A02 Popular Music (listening) 2 Lessons: A03 Traditional Music (listening) 3 Lessons: Composition 2 Lessons: Performance practice 1 Lesson: Hayden Clock Symphony Deadline: Within first 2 weeks after Easter Performance Exam (Solo and Ensemble) 2 Lessons: Performance practice 2 Lessons: A04 20th/21st Music Western Classical Deadline: Solo and Ensemble Performance Pieces (scores before Easter break) 2 Lessons: Contextual: Beatles/Haydn 1 Lesson: Performance practice Deadline (Christmas): Free Composition ASSESSMENT: Listening paper AO1 +

Free Composition Hand in (including programme notes) 2 Lessons: Composition (Brief) Deadline: Composition to a brief (Feb half term) ASSESSMENT: Listening paper AO1/2+ Composing to a brief hand in (including programme notes) ASSESSMENT: Listening paper AO1/2/3 + Contextual paper Haydn - long and short answers 1 Lesson: Revision/Walking talking Mocks ASSESSMENT: Full Mock Exam Paper A01/2/3/4 Listening paper + Contextual paper short + long prose answers AO1 AO2 AO3 AO4 Contextual Haydn and Beatles Full Mock Exam & Marked Revision Breakfast Final Listening Exam Half Term 6 Religious Education Term Autumn Spring Summer Topics to be studied

1. 1. Catholic teachings Relationships and Families Arguments for the Existence of God 1. Revision Congratulations you have completed the GCSE Course Keywords / Terms 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Fruitful Cohabitation Premarital sex Contraception Rhythm method Divorce Annulment Homosexuality Gender prejudice Nuclear Family Natural Revelation Special revelation Miracle Conversion Numinous Design Evolution Cosmological Infinite regression Vale of soul making Places of Interest 1. 2.

3. Related reading Westminster Cathedral and 1. Cathedral Bookshop Ampleforth Abbey Our Lady of the Rosary and Saint Dominic National 2. Rosary Shrine UK 3. 4. 5. Swear to God The Promise and Power of the Sacraments by Dr. Scott Hahn The Lord of the Rings by JRR. Tolkien The Sacred Passion by De La Palma Tweeting with God by Fr. Michael Remery Youcat by Christopher Schonburn Assessment Information 1. Students will complete a spelling and definition test. 2. Students will complete a 3, 4 and 5 marker assessment. 3. Students will complete a 15 marker 4. End of unit assessment 3, 4, 5 and 15 marker. MOCK EXAM Catholic Beliefs and Teachings 1. Students will complete a spelling and definition test. 2. Students will complete a 3, 4 and 5 marker assessment. 3. Students will complete a 15 marker 4. End of unit assessment 3, 4, 5 and 15 marker.

MOCK EXAM Catholic Philosophy and Ethics 1. 2. 3. 4. Students will complete a spelling and definition test. Students will complete a 3, 4 and 5 marker assessment. Students will complete a 15 marker End of unit assessment 3, 4, 5 and 15 marker. Additional Information Science Term Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Autumn C3 - Quantitative Chemistry mass, mole, limiting reactants, concentrations of solutions, collision theory, activation energy, reversible reaction, Le Chateliers principle, hydrocarbons, cracking,fractional distillation, crude oil, evolution of the atmosphere, greenhouse gases and climate change, purity and formulations, finite and renewable resources,recyclying,potable water, waste water treatment, competition, adaptation, abiotic and biotic factors, quadrats and transects, the water and carbon cycles, biodiversity and ecsystems. C6 Rate and Extent of Chemical Change

C4 Chemical Change C5 Energy Change C7 Organic C8 Chemical analysis C9 Chemistry of the Atmosphere C10 Using resources B7 Ecology B6 Inheritance, Variation and Evolution Places of Interest Related reading Any Combined Science/Chemistr y text book. Examples: Assessment Information CGP revision Guide, AQA syllabus www.freesciencelessons.c om Students will be assessed on all Topics. The only new gcsepod topics are rates Of reaction and ecology. The other units have been taught previously so are being revised with exam emphasis. AQA GCSE (91) Chemistry Student Book Authors: Ann Daniels, series Xmas Mock Paper1 and edited by Ed paper 2 chemistry Walsh Publisher: Collins AQA GCSE (91) Chemistry for Combined Science: TrilogyAuthors: Ann Daniels, Series editor: Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins Additional Information Term

Topics to be studies Spring B5 Homeostasis and Response B4 Bioenergetics B3 Infection and Response Feb Mock Paper 2 Biology B2 Organisation and Cell Biology P1 Energy P4 Atomic Structure March Mock Paper 1 Biology P2 Electricity P3 Particle Model of Matter P5 Forces Easter Mock Paper 1 Physics P6 Waves P7 Magnetism and Electromagnetism After Easter Physics Paper 2 Keywords / Terms Nervous system, reflex action, synapses, blood sugar, menstrual cycle, fertility, hormones, selective breeding, evolution, genetic diagrams, inherited diseases, genetic engineering, antibiotic resistance, classification, DNA. Circulatory system, CHD , cancer, digestion, enzymes, food tests, transpiration and translocation, Health and disease, communicable and noncommunicable disease, vaccination, drug development, photosynthesis, respiration, exercise, energy types, renewable and non-renewable energy, efficiency, kinetic energy, potential energy, series and parallel circuits, resistance, power, national grid, Nuclear equations, half life, atom, Weight, resultant force,terminal velocity, acceleration, elasticity, velocity, scalar and vector quantities, newtons laws, stopping distance, momentum, transverse and longitudinal waves, EM waves uses and dangers, Permanent and induced magnets, motor effect, electromagnetism

Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Any Combined Students need to Science/biology/p purchase a workbook hysics text book. and a revision guide Examples: which is available from the science department at a discounted rate on AQA GCSE (9- parent pay. 1) Pupils will also be biologyStuden provided with a syllabus t Book to prepare for Authors: Ann assessments. Daniels, series Pupils will sit an edited by Ed assessment in all topics Walsh Publisher: Collins AQA GCSE (91) biology for Combined Science: TrilogyAuthors: Ann Daniels, Series editor: Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins CGP revision Guide, AQA syllabus Additional Information Term Topics to be studies Summer Revision and exam practice for GCSE Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading Any Combined Science/physicste xt book. Examples: AQA GCSE (91) Chemistry

Student Book Authors: Ann Daniels, series edited by Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins AQA GCSE (91) Chemistry for Combined Science: TrilogyAuthors: Ann Daniels, Series editor: Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins CGP revision Guide, AQA syllabus Assessment Information Additional Information Spanish Term Autumn Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Theme 3: Current and Future study and employment Topic 9+10: My studies, life at school and college Describing a typical day in school, talking about subjects, subjects that you like/ dislike and why, talking about school rules and uniform, talking about your ideal school. Topic 11+12:Education post-16, Jobs, career choices and ambitions Talking about future options, discussing university and apprenticeships, discussing how to get a job and talking about the advantages

and disadvantages of jobs Ingls / Francs / Historia / Geografa / Educacin Fsica / Teatro / Informtica / Matemticas / Religin, etc. ... Yo dira que / personalmente / en mi opinin / me parece que etc ... Me interesa, me emociona, me inspira, me calma, me gusta escribir, leer, analizar, me ayudar en el futuro, obtengo buenas calificaciones en este tema. Encuentro difcil concentrarme en clase, odio leer y escribir, no ser til para mi futuro, nunca lo usar en la vida, es una prdida de tiempo ... etc. los estudiantes deben / estn obligados a / est prohibido que ... Levanta la mano para hablar / Haz fila / se puntual / usa el uniforme escolar / haz la tarea / ... Los estudiantes en Espaa no usan uniformes escolares ... Mi universidad ideal sera Trabajar por cuenta propia / Trabajar a tiempo parcial / Obtener experiencia de vida / Buscar trabajo / Viajar por el mundo / Estar desempleado Ms tarde / En el futuro / Cuando crezca / Si todo va bien / En mis sueos Abogado / profesor/futbolista / mecnico / bombero / albail, etc. ... Tienes que ser ... tranquilo / paciente / seguro / encantador / organizado / inteligente / hbil ... Sin duda me gustara / No me gustara ... Ayudar a otros / Trabajar en una oficina / Trabajar con nios / Trabajar con animales / Trabajar en el extranjero / Trabajador de horario flexible ... Un trabajo fcil / difcil / peligroso / til, etc. ... Places of Interest Related reading Comprehension text on schools in France. Assessment Information Vocabulary Complex structures Justifications Future/conditional tenses Additional Information

Term Topics to be studies Spring Preparation for the speaking exam and revision for GCSE Exam Keywords / Terms Students start preparing their answers to a given set of questions on a nominated them. They also practise on role-plays and describing a given picture Places of Interest Related reading Revision booklets prepared for all 4 skills Assessment Information Additional Information

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