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Post 16 Curriculum

Summer 2017

KS 4 Steve’s Class

Subject

 

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Revision topics and Past Papers

Past Papers and Moving On Maths

Practical Maths

BTec or Entry Level 2 topics

Moving on Maths topics

English

 

First half: Preparation and execution of GCSE/ELC examinations

Second half: Cause and Effect examples through discussion

Writing to describe

Computer Science

 

ICT Functional Skills – Level 1 + 2

 

Core ICT skills development, examination preparation for the June exam series. Focus on complexities in Excel and how to approach taking an exam, including time management, and technique.

ICT Functional Skills – Level 1 + 2

 

Core ICT skills development, examination preparation for the June exam series. Focus on complexities in Excel and how to approach taking an exam, including time management, and technique.

Students not taking the exam in this series will still be working on these elements in build up to accreditation in the following academic year.

Students not taking the exam in this series will still be working on these elements in build up to accreditation in the following academic year.

Community Skills

Individual targets will be set

GCSE Art

Portfolio completion, GCSE Art exam preparation

Post 16 Art

Forest School Pyrography, History of 20th century Art, creating their own art pieces from influential Artists. Ceramics.

PSHE

Relationships

·   Benefits of delaying parenthood

·  Ending relationships safely

·  Recognising and getting support for abuse

·  Managing harassment and stalking

Living in the Wider World

·   Safe travel in the UK and abroad

·  Being a critical consumer

·  Understanding cults, extremism and radicalisation

·  Legal rights and responsibilities

·  Savings, when, why & how

PE

 

Pupils will look at building and developing on the fundamentals of sport, exercise and movement. The students will be learning about different types of Net and Wall games. 

Pupils will build on the different events in athletics and the skills required to take part in various events. Pupils will be able to use the variety of skills they have learnt safely and correctly, demonstrating the correct and appropriate techniques.

Psychology AS level

·   Biopsychology for AS level

·   Research methods for AS level

·   Revision for AS exams

·  Biopsychology for A level

 

BTec Work Skills

Module 3 : Applying for a job

Module 4 : Managing your own money

Module 5: Self – Assessment

Module 6 : Numeracy for the work place

Bespoke Volunteering placement

 

Spring 2017

 

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Entry Level 3 Tasks:

Properties of Number

The Four Operations

Ratio

Money

Calendar and Time

Measure

Geometry

Statistics

Functional Skills Practice

English

 

Entry Level Tasks. Non-Fiction Unit to include writing to persuade, inform, advise, instruct. Speaking and Listening opportunities.

Computer Science

 

ICT Functional Skills – Level 2

Core Skills Development – Excel, Word, Communication

Exam Technique

Time Management

Mock exam preparation

Current Affairs

TBA

Community Skills

Appropriate communication in community settings; Using Public Transport including journey planning; Functional Maths Skills; Acquisition of problem Solving Strategies when in an unfamiliar environment. Road Safety. Stranger Awareness.

Art

 

Forest School Pyrography, History of 20th century Art, creating their own art pieces from influential Artists.

PSHE

TBA

TBA

PE

 

Music & Movement & Gymnastics

Football/

Basketball/Netball

Psychology AS level

Individual differences- psychopathology (phobias, OCD and depression).

 

Developmental psychology- attachment

 

Developmental psychology- attachment continued.

 

Cognitive psychology- memory

 

Biopsychology for AS and A level

BTec Work Skills

Winter 1

Spring 2

Module 3 : Searching for a Job

Module 4 : Applying for a Job

Module 5: Preparing for Interview

 

Bespoke Volunteering placement

 

Autumn 2016

 Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

Individualised programmes

English

Persuasive letter writing, the application process/forms.

IT

 

Spreadsheets tasks using Excel, DTP tasks using Publisher, Database tasks using Access

Current Affairs

Disability Discrimination

Community Skills

Community Skills: Appropriate communication in community settings; Using Public Transport including journey planning;  Functional Maths Skills with cash or card;  Acquisition of problem Solving Strategies when in an unfamiliar environment. Road Safety

Domestic Skills: meal planning, budgeting, cooking, clearing up, safe food storage and preparation.

 

Art

Pop Art

PSHE

 

The Workplace – Interviews & CVs

E-Safety

PE

 

Core Skill/ team games

Football/

Basketball/Netball

Psychology

Approaches for AS psychology

Social influence

Minority influence and obedience