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Upper School Curriculum

Summer 2017

KS-3 Niall’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

Perimeter and Area

Science

 

·  Atoms

·  Elements and the periodic table

·  Properties of metals and non metals

·  Atomic structure

·  Compounds and mixtures

·         Electricity

·         Series and parallel circuits

·         Resistance

·         Magnets and electromagnets

 

English Language

Poetry, and Reading the Demon Headmaster

Art

Projects to include illustrated book covers and 3-D model making with clay. Projects covering the core curriculum topic of the Industrial Revolution; and symmetry. Focus on tone, shadow, colour theory and perspective.

Computer Science

Computer Science

Understand what the term computational thinking means

Digital Devices

Understand what a digital device is and how they are used in everyday life

Inside a Computer

Identify and understand what components are found inside of a computer

Computer Science

Understand what the term computational thinking means

Digital Devices

Understand what a digital device is and how they are used in everyday life

Inside a Computer

Identify and understand what components are found inside of a computer

PSHE

 

Living in the Wider World

·         Enterprise

·         Managing money

·         Rights, responsibilities and opportunities

Health and Wellbeing

·         Growing, changing and transitions

·         Asking for help

·         Physical and emotional safety

PE

 

Students will learn about Fundamentals for sports focusing on Throwing, Catching and Aiming skills.

Pupils will begin to learn about the different events in athletics. Pupils will be able to use the variety of skills they have learnt safely and appropriately.

Swimming Group

Developing Freestyle, to include

·         bobs,

·         glides,

·         buoyancy

Freestyle and backstroke

to include:

·         glides,

·         buoyancy

·         breathing

·         co-ordination

·         body position and rotation

Music

 

Songwriting,

·         Use of Song Sections,

·         Chorus, Verse, Bridge,

·         Using Poetry from English to inform our songwriting.

 

KS-3 Michael’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Using Fractions and Percentages

Using Ratio

Mental Methods

Constructions

Loci

3D shapes

Statistical Investigations

Interpreting and Communicating

Written Methods

Calculator Methods

Sequences

Linear Functions

Real Life Graphs

Pythagorus

Measures and Units

Prisms and Cylinders


Science

 

·         Structure of the lungs

·         Aerobic and anaerobic respiration

·         Exchange surfaces and diffusion

·         The circulatory system

·         Ecosystems and biodiversity

·         The earth’s atmosphere

·         The carbon cycle

·         Effects of climate change

 

English

Narrative Writing Unit to include:

·         Effective planning

·         Varied sentence starters & structures

·         Using full punctuation

·         Paragraphing for effect

·         Ambitious vocabulary explored

·         Poetic devices

·         Opportunities to understand and explore good examples of imaginative/descriptive writing

Geography

The Diverse Geography of the UK

·   River Systems

-   Largest Cities

·  Upland and Lowland areas

UK Coastal Landscapes

· Landforms resulting from erosion and deposition

· A coastal study

· Coastal management strategies

History

The Middle Ages

·         Lifestyle

·         The Black Death

·         Towns and Monasteries

·         Education

·         The Feudal System

The History of Medicine

·         Medieval surgery

·         Islamic Medicine

·         The Renaissance, Anatomy and Physiology

·         Changing Hospitals during World Wars

Computer Science

 

Computer Science

Develop an understanding of how computers follow instructions given to them

Digital Devices

Understand what the purpose of a CPU is and how it works

Inside a Computer

Consider how one computer is considered better or worse than another computer

Hardware and software

Show an understanding of controlling physical systems

Computer System

Consider how developments in computer systems have changed the way we interact

Artificial Intelligence

Consider if computers are intelligent or that they may just behave intelligently

Media

 

Creating a Podcast

Recording and editing audio to create a podcast on a subject of choice. This includes the creation and editing of a script, recording audio segments and sourcing other audio based media to create a full recording.

Advertising

An introduction to the world of advertising and why it is so essential. Analysis of advertising across the decades and how this medium of communication has developed over time, particularly with the advent of advances in technology.

Art

 

Project Sundial – Choosing ideas Art from various cultures and styles. Observation studies/ still life drawing and painting.

PSHE

Relationships

·         Self-identity

·         Communication

·         Respect for others’ opinions

Relationships

·         Rights

·         Diversity and Equality

·         Change

PE

 

Students will work on a variety of different skills involved within Striking and Fielding Games. Building on the fundamentals of Throwing, Catching, aiming and striking.

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.

Swimming Group

Developing Freestyle, to include

·         bobs,  glides,

·         buoyancy

Freestyle and backstroke

to include:

·   glides,  buoyancy

·   breathing,    co-ordination

·   body position and rotation

Music

 

Harmony and Theory.

·         Notes, Pitch, Rhythm,  Chords.

KS-3 Leanne’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Using A Calculator

Rounding Whole Numbers

Rounding Decimals

Approximate Calculations

Calculating with Decimals

Fractions and Reciprocals

Fractions and Quantities

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Graphs and Equations

Gradient of Line

Standard Linear Equation

Equation of a Line

Parallel Lines

Real Life Graphs

Simultaneous Equations using Graphs

Basic Algebra

Substitution

Expanding Brackets

Factorisation

Quadratic Expansion

Science

 

·         Atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures.

·         The periodic table and simple chemical equations

·         Evaporation, filtration, crystallisation and chromatography.

 

·         Electrical circuits, fuses and wiring a plug

·         Magnets in action

·         Types of waves

 

English

Narrative Writing Unit to include:

·         Effective planning

·         Varied sentence starters & structures

·         Using full punctuation

·         Paragraphing for effect

·         Ambitious vocabulary explored

·         Poetic devices

·         Opportunities to understand and explore good examples of imaginative/descriptive writing

Geography

Coastal Landscapes

·  Landforms resulting from erosion and deposition

· Coastal processes

· A coastal study to Chichester Harbour with fieldtrip

· Coastal management strategies

Challenges to the Human Environment

·  Urban Issues

 

History

Health and the People c1000 to the present day

·         Medieval surgery

·         Islamic Medicine, Christianity and Medical Progress

·         Renaissance, Anatomy and Physiology

·         Changing Hospitals during World Wars

·         The work of Vesalius, Paré, William Harvey and John Hunter

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.

Media – option

 

Analysis of Film – Studio + Independent

 

Analysis of several films covering various genres. Consider financing, distribution, marketing and promotion and regulation.

 

Character analysis, examination of the role of different characters within various films and roles.

Storyboarding + Pitching

 

Understand the concept of developing a storyboard for a variety of media texts, including film and print based mediums. Develop an understanding of the concept of pitching an idea for several different concepts within the media industry.

Art - option

 

The history and works of Modern artists, working towards GCSE Portfolio. Mock GCSE ART project, trip to Tate Modern

PSHE

Living in the Wider World

·         Values and targets

·         Diversity

·         Challenging prejudice, bigotry and discrimination

Relationships

·         Consequences of intimacy

·         Valuing Consent

·         Media portrayal of relationships

PE

Students will work on a variety of different skills involved within Striking and Fielding Games. Building on the fundamentals of Throwing, Catching, aiming and striking.

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.

Swimming Group

Freestyle, backstroke

·         breathing

·         co-ordination

·         streamlining

·         body position and rotation

Freestyle, backstroke and front crawl

·         breathing

·         streamlining

·         body position and rotation

·         endurance

·         finger first

·         elbows high           

PE Theory option

Pupils to learn about the benefits of exercise on both the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.

Students will learn about the prevention and rehabilitation and recovery of injury. Pupils will also discover and explain how the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games created a legacy that the country are still following and how it caused an influx in sports participation.

Music - option

 

Jazz.

·The history of Jazz, inprovisation, trying new instruments like trumpet.

Looking at how Jazz has influenced other styles and visa versa.

       

KS-3 Simon’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Using A Calculator

Rounding Whole Numbers

Rounding Decimals

Approximate Calculations

Calculating with Decimals

Fractions and Reciprocals

Fractions and Quantities

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Graphs and Equations

Gradient of Line

Standard Linear Equation

Equation of a Line

Parallel Lines

Real Life Graphs

Simultaneous Equations using Graphs

Basic Algebra

Substitution

Expanding Brackets

Factorisation

Quadratic Expansion

Science

 

·         Atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures.

·         The periodic table and simple chemical equations

·         Evaporation, filtration, crystallisation and chromatography.

 

·         Electrical circuits, fuses and wiring a plug

·         Magnets in action

·         Types of waves

 

English Language

Narrative Writing Unit to include:

·         Effective planning

·         Varied sentence starters & structures

·         Using full punctuation

·         Paragraphing for effect

·         Ambitious vocabulary explored

·         Poetic devices

·         Opportunities to understand and explore good examples of imaginative/descriptive writing

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.

Geography

Coastal Landscapes

·   Landforms resulting from erosion and deposition

·   Coastal processes

·   A coastal study to Chichester Harbour with fieldtrip

·   Coastal management strategies

·  Hard and soft engineering

Challenges to the Human Environment

·         Urban Issues

 

History

Health and the People c1000 to the present day

·   Medieval surgery

·   Islamic Medicine, Christianity and Medical Progress

·   Renaissance and Anatomy and Physiology

·   Changing Hospitals during World Wars

·    The work of Vesalius, Paré, William Harvey and John Hunter

Media – option

 

Analysis of Film – Studio + Independent

Analysis of several films covering various genres. Consider financing, distribution, marketing and promotion and regulation.

Character analysis, examination of the role of different characters within various films and roles.

Storyboarding + Pitching

 

Understand the concept of developing a storyboard for a variety of media texts, including film and print based mediums. Develop an understanding of the concept of pitching an idea for several different concepts within the media industry.

Art– option

 

The history and works of Modern artists, working towards GCSE Portfolio. Mock GCSE ART project, trip to Tate Modern

PSHE

Relationships

·         Positive qualities people bring to relationships

·         Accessing support for unhealthy relationships

·         Peer pressure

·         Risks in habits, dependence and addiction

Health and Wellbeing

·         Personal strengths, feedback and criticism

·         Self-esteem

·         Mental and emotional health

·         Growth and change

 

PE

 

Students will work on a variety of different skills involved within Striking and Fielding Games. Building on the fundamentals of Throwing, Catching, aiming and striking.

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.

 

Swimming Group

Freestyle, backstroke

·         breathing

·         co-ordination

·         streamlining

·         body position and rotation

Freestyle, backstroke and front crawl

·  breathing,  streamlining

·  body position and rotation

·  endurance

·  Finger first, elbows high

PE Theory option

Pupils to learn about the benefits of exercise on both the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.

Students will learn about the prevention and rehabilitation and recovery of injury. Pupils will also discover and explain how the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games created a legacy that the country are still following and how it caused an influx in sports participation.

Music – option

 

Jazz:  The history of Jazz, Improvisation,  Trying new instruments like trumpet.  Looking at how Jazz has influenced other styles and visa versa.

       

KS-4 Danny’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Equation of a Line from its Graph

Parallel Lines

Real Life Graphs

Simultaneous Equations Using Graphs

Basic Algebra

Substitution

Expanding Brackets

Factorisation

Quadratics Expansion

Quadratic Factorisation

Changing the Subject of Formulae

Ratio

Speed and Distance

Direct Proportion

Rectangles

Compound Shapes

Areas of Shapes

Circles

Area of Circles

Science

 

·         Variation and evolution

·         Genetic engineering

·         Chromosomes, genes and inheritance

Mitosis and meiosis

·         Osmosis

·         The periodic table and groups and electronic structure

Chemical quantities and chemical equations  

English Language

Study of shared text: AQA English Literature ‘Lord of the Flies’

·         Exploration of writer’s choice of language, themes, characters etc

·         Opportunities to practise Paper 1 style questions of the GCSE English Language course

·         Descriptive and imaginative writing for a specific audience

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.

Art

 

The history and works of Modern artists, working towards GCSE Portfolio. Mock GCSE ART project, trip to Tate Modern

PSHE

 

Pupils will look at and discuss the importance of relationships, along with the nature and importance of Marriage, civil partnerships and other stable long term relationships for family life and bringing up children.

Pupils will begin to look at the importance of civil rights. Students will also study and look at their preferred learning style and develop organisation and presentation skills. To recognise and challenge stereotypes – examining different cultures to our own, race and ethnicity differences.

PE

 

Students will work on a variety of different skills involved within Striking and Fielding Games. Building on the fundamentals of Throwing, Catching, aiming and striking.

 

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.

 

Swimming Group

Freestyle, backstroke and front crawl

·  breathing

·  streamlining

·  body position and rotation

·  endurance

·  finger first, elbows high

Freestyle, backstroke, front crawl, fly

·  breathing

·  body position and rotation

·  endurance

technique

PE Theory

Pupils to learn about the benefits of exercise on both the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.

Students will learn about the prevention and rehabilitation and recovery of injury. Pupils will also discover and explain how the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games created a legacy that the country are still following and how it caused an influx in sports participation.

Music

 

Jazz.

The history of Jazz,  Improvisation, Trying new instruments like trumpet.  Looking at how Jazz has influenced other styles and visa versa.

       

Spring 2017

 

KS-3 Marie’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Fractions

Decimals

Graphs

Calendar and time

Percentages

Life budget

The four operations

 

Science

 

Food and Digestion

Cells and Tissues

Particle Model (Changing state, diffusion, density)

Electricity, atoms.

English Language

Poerty                                                     Newspapers

Advertisements

Geography

 

Restless Earth

Tourism

History

 

The Tudors – Henry V11 and Henry VIII

The Tudors – Mary, Edward and Elizabeth

Art

Observation drawing experimenting with the medium of charcoal, focus on tone, contrast and dimension

Computer Science

Networks, Security and the Internet – Unit 04

Computer Networks                                       Cyber Security II

Network Topology                                           Prevention and Detection

Cyber Security                                                   The Internet of Things

PSHE

TBA

TBA

PE

 

Music & Movement & Gymnastics

Swimming/Football/Basketball/

Netball

Music

 

Medieval music

Haunted House

Musical elements

  KS-3 Lisa’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Multiples and Factors

Squares and Square Numbers

Using a Calculator

Rounding Whole Numbers

Rounding Decimals

Approximating Calculations

Calculating with Decimals

Fractions and Reciprocals

One Quantity as a Fraction of Another

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Graphs and Equations

Finding Coordinates

Gradient of a Line

y=mx + c

Equation of a Line from a Graph

Parallel Lines

Real Life Graphs

Solving Simultaneous Equations using Graphs

Basic Algebra

Substitution

Expanding Brackets

Science

 

The human nervous system

The human endocrine system

Homeostasis

Insulin and diabetes

 

Health and disease

Treatments for cardiovascular disease

Human reproductive hormones

Use of hormones in contraception

English

Non-Fiction Unit to include understanding genre, purpose and audience. Analysis of a variety of texts, understanding effects of techniques in writing to persuade, inform, instruct, advise, argue. Opportunities to write in these styles.

Geography

Water on the Land

Ice on the Land

History

Tudors – Mary and Edward

Tudors - Elizabeth

Computer Science

Networks, Security and the Internet – Unit 04

Computer Networks                                       Cyber Security II

Network Topology                                           Prevention and Detection

Cyber Security                                                   The Internet of Things

Media -option

 

Talk Radio – Audio Segment

Plan and produce an audio segment of three minutes for Talk Radio.

Film Analysis – Analytical Skills

Develop an understanding of how to conduct an analysis of Film Media.

Art - option

 

1st Year GCSE - The history and works of Modern artists, working towards GCSE Portfolio.

Final Year GCSE - Portfolio completion

PSHE

TBA

TBA

PE

 

Music & Movement & Gymnastics

Basketball/Netball

PE Theory  -option

Cultural Factors

Social Factors

Training & Diet

Music - option

 

Classical and Romantic music

Composition write up

Performance skills

Music elements/ graphic score

World music

Solo and ensemble music

Performance skills

Music elements/ graphic score

       

KS-3 Michael’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Factors, multiples, primes and powers

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Algebraic Fractions

Linear Equations

Reflections, Reflections and Translations

Enlargement

Scale Drawing

Algebraic Methods

Formulae and Expressions

Using Fractions and Percentages

Using Ratio

Mental Methods

 


Science

 

Reactions of acids

Light

Reflection and refraction

Focusing light

Coloured light

Plant and animal cells and tissues

Micro-organisms

Defence against disease

Vaccines and antibiotics

Conduction, conviction and radiation

Insulation

English

Study of Literature text (The Boy in Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne). Develop inference and deduction skills both in class discussions and through comprehensions. Creative writing opportunities – letters, diaries, news articles and other imaginative writing.

Geography

TBA

TBA

History

TBA

TBA

Computer Science

 

Networks Security and the Internet – Unit 04

Computer Networks                                       Cyber Security II

Network Topology                                           Prevention and Detection

Cyber Security                                                   The Internet of Things

Raspberry Pi – Unit 05

Introduction to Raspberry Pi                        Python programming language

What is Python?                                               Project 01

Media

 

Film Analysis – Analytical Skills

Develop an understanding of how to conduct an analysis of Film Media. Use of appropriate terminology and development of objective analytical skills on various Film Media texts.

Art

 

Introducing the colour wheel and understanding of tone, colour and textures through using various medias creating observation drawings/ paintings.

PSHE

TBA

TBA

PE

 

Music & Movement & Gymnastics

Swimming/Football/Basketball/

Netball

Music

 

Classical and Romantic music

Composition to a brief

Chords : major, minor ,

Performance : solo and ensemble

Advert music for a specific item

Contemporary music 20th -21st c

Composition

performance: solo and ensemble

 

 KS-3 Leanne’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Angles in a Polygon

Regular Polygons

Angles in Parallel Lines

Special Quadrilaterals

Multiples and Factors

Squares and Square Numbers

Using a Calculator

Rounding Whole Numbers

Rounding Decimals

Approximating Calculations

Calculating Decimals

Fractions and Reciprocals

One Quantity as a Fraction of the Other

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Graphs and Equations

Finding Coordinates

Gradient of a Line

Y = mx +c

Equation of a Line from its Graph

Parallel Lines

Real Life Graphs

Practical Maths

Length, perimeter and area.

Angles and shapes.

Looking at working out cost per square meter etc.

Data,

Surveys, Statistics and Probability to be able to work out risks in real life situations.  

Science

 

The human nervous system

The human endocrine system

Homeostasis

 

Health and disease

Treating diseases

Human reproductive hormones

Use of hormones in contraception

English

Both Upper and Lower classes: Non-Fiction Unit to include understanding genre, purpose and audience. Analysis of a variety of texts, understanding effects of techniques in writing to persuade, inform, instruct, advise, argue. Opportunities to write in these styles.

Geography

Water on the Land

Ice on the Land

History

Tudors – Mary and Edward

Tudors - Elizabeth

Computer Science

 

Highfield School Collaboration – Digital Media and Communication

Consecutive Thursday – Thursday 19th January to Thursday

Networks Security and the Internet – Unit 04

Computer Networks                                       Cyber Security II

Network Topology                                           Prevention and Detection

Cyber Security                                                   The Internet of Things

Media – option

 

Talk Radio – Audio Segment

Plan and produce an audio segment of three minutes for Talk Radio.

Film Analysis – Analytical Skills

Develop an understanding of how to conduct an analysis of Film Media.

Art - option

 

1st Year GCSE - The history and works of Modern artists, working towards GCSE Portfolio.

PSHE

TBA

TBA

PE

Music & Movement & Gymnastics

Football/Basketball/Netball

PE Theory option

Cultural Factors

Social Factors,  Training & Diet

Music - option

 

Classical and Romantic music, Composition write up, Performance skills, Aural work

Music elements/ graphic score

World music

Solo and ensemble music

Performance skills, Aural work

Music elements/ graphic score

       

KS-3 Simon’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

 

Angles in a Polygon

Regular Polygons

Angles in Parallel Lines

Special Quadrilaterals

Multiples and Factors

Squares and Square Numbers

Using a Calculator

Rounding Whole Numbers

Rounding Decimals

Approximating Calculations

Calculating Decimals

Fractions and Reciprocals

One Quantity as a Fraction of the Other

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Graphs and Equations

Finding Coordinates

Gradient of a Line

Y = mx +c

Equation of a Line from its Graph

Parallel Lines

Real Life Graphs

Practical Maths

Length, perimeter and area.

Angles and shapes.

Looking at working out cost per square meter etc.

Data,

Surveys,

Statistics and Probability to be able to work out risks in real life situations.  

Science

 

The human nervous system

The human endocrine system

Homeostasis

 

Health and disease

Treating diseases

Human reproductive hormones

Use of hormones in contraception

English Language

Both Upper and Lower Classes: Non-Fiction Unit to include understanding genre, purpose and audience. Analysis of a variety of texts, understanding effects of techniques in writing to persuade, inform, instruct, advise, argue. Opportunities to write in these styles.

Computer Science

ICT Functional Skills – Level 2

Core Skills Development – Excel, Word, Communication

Exam Technique

Time Management

Mock exam preparation

Geography

Water on the Land

Ice on the Land

History

Tudors – Mary and Edward

Tudors - Elizabeth

Media – option

 

Talk Radio – Audio Segment

Plan and produce an audio segment of three minutes for Talk Radio.

Film Analysis – Analytical Skills

Develop an understanding of how to conduct an analysis of Film Media.

Art– option

 

1st Year GCSE - The history and works of Modern artists, working towards GCSE Portfolio.

PSHE

TBA

TBA

PE

 

Music & Movement & Gymnastics

Swimming/Football/

Basketball/Netball

PE Theory option

Cultural Factors

Social Factors

Music – option

 

Classical and Romantic music

Composition write up

Performance skills

Music elements/ graphic score

World music

Solo and ensemble music

Performance skills

Music elements/ graphic score

       

KS-4 Sandra’s Class

Subject

First Half Term

Second Half Term

Mathematics

Revision Topics

Revision Topics

Science

Revision Topics

Revision Topics

English Language

Past Paper Practice; Speaking and Listening Component of Course; Revision of Non-Fiction.

Computer Science

ICT Functional Skills – Level 2

Core Skills Development – Excel, Word, Communication

Exam Technique

Time Management

Mock exam preparation

Geography

 

The Coastal Zone

Population Change

Population Change

Changing Urban Environments

Art

 

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

Final Year GCSE - Portfolio completion Final Year GCSE - Portfolio completion

PSHE 

TBA

TBA

PE

 

Music & Movement & Gymnastics

Basketball/Netball

PE Theory

Cultural Factors

Social Factors

Music

 

Classical and Romantic music

Composition write up

Performance skills

Music elements/ graphic score

World music

Solo and ensemble music

Performance skills

Music elements/ graphic score