All Saints Curriculum Year 9 Art and Design Term Autumn/ Spring Topics to be studies The formal elements Keywords / Terms / Inspiration Places of Interest Line The Graphic Unifier, Curved, Straight. Directional Thrust: Horizontal, Vertical, and Diagonal. Taking students to art galleries will help them engage with people in the arts community, and let them see the value of creative work. 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. The Principles of Design are achieved through the use of the Elements of Design. Each principle applies to each element and to the composition as a whole. Unity Echoes of all elements relating. Harmony Within each element and as a whole. Balance With the "weights" of the segments of each element. Rhythm Variety and Repetition. Contrast Alternation. Dominance Within each element. (Center of Interest, Focal Point) Gradation Modeling, (3-D effect), Transitions. Related reading
Any Taschen artist specific book is great for visual reference and also reasonably priced Galleries give students the (so each book is opportunity to explore the textures based on one artist of paintings up close, the drapery like Monet or an art dangling off marble statues, and movement like the scale of a large canvas. This Surrealism). puts art in a completely different General reference perspective to viewing it on a books are also good phone or a laptop. such as Art of the Art boosts the emotional 20th Century or Art; intelligence of people who The Definitive experience it, giving them Visual Guide. experiences of empathy and exposing them to new worldviews Any of the The and ideas. These are some of the Worlds Greatest key skills people use to function in Art series are often society. Even if your child doesnt used (eg. A Brief aspire to be an artist or work in the History of Art or art world, visiting art galleries can Modern Art). be hugely beneficial for their personal development. Not only will it help them develop personally, but it will also give them a greater sense of the historical identity they hold, as well as the identities of others. Seeing art made by your own culture, and the cultures of others, can really help contextualise your place in the world, what ideologies were held in the past, and how the human experience has changed. Assessment Information Additional Information GCSE specifications in art and Art Craft and design design must require students assessments will to learn through practical require students to experience and demonstrate demonstrate the knowledge and understanding knowledge and of sources that inform their understanding listed creative intentions. Intentions below through should be realised through practical application purposeful engagement with of skills to realise visual language1, visual
personal intentions concepts, media, materials relevant to their and the application of chosen title(s) and appropriate techniques and related area(s) of working methods. study. GCSE specifications in art and Art, Craft and Design design must require students assessments will to develop and apply relevant require students to subject-specific skills in order know and to use visual language to understand how communicate personal ideas, sources inspire the meanings and responses. development of GCSE specifications in art and ideas. design must require students, over time, to reflect critically upon their creative journey, and its effectiveness in relation to the realisation of personal intentions. Term Spring/ Summer Topics to be studies Places of Interest Encounters, Experiences and Meetings Related reading Assessment Information Any Taschen artist Art Craft and design See below a list of specific book is assessments will galleries open to the
great for visual require students to public that have exciting reference and also demonstrate the and different exhibitions reasonably priced knowledge and throughout the year (so each book is understanding listed based on one artist below through like Monet or an art practical application The White Cube movement like of skills to realise Tate Modern Surrealism). personal intentions Tate Britain relevant to their General reference V&A chosen title(s) and books are also good related area(s) of The Saatchi Gallery such as Art of the The Lisson Gallery study. 20th Century or Art; The Whitechapel Art The Definitive Visual Art, Craft and Design Gallery Guide. assessments will The Crafts Council Gallery require students to Any of the The Cork Street Galleriesknow and Worlds Greatest understand how commercial art galleries Art series are often sources inspire the on Londons famous Cork used (eg. A Brief development of Street History of Art or ideas. The ICA (Institute of Modern Art). 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 Keywords on next pages Additional Information
GCSE specifications in art and design must require students to learn through practical experience and demonstrate knowledge and understanding of sources that inform their creative intentions. Intentions should be realised through purposeful engagement with visual language1, visual concepts, media, materials and the application of appropriate techniques and working methods. GCSE specifications in art and design must require students to develop and apply relevant subject-specific skills in order to use visual language to communicate personal ideas, meanings and responses. GCSE specifications in art and design must require students, over time, to reflect critically upon their creative journey, and its effectiveness in relation to the realisation of personal intentions. The meeting between mother and child / adoption / birth; The clashing of those who despise each other; Friends in a bustling and crowded restaurant; The shields we put up in our brains: the filter between ourselves and those we meet; The joining (or meeting) of two halves; Meetings between strangersThe million people we pass on a daily basis, but never connect with; Drunken encounters; Encounters with god; Online encounters and the changing social landscape of the world; The clashing of cultures; Meeting someone who has suffered a great loss; Shameful encounters / those you regret; A meeting room, filled with business people who go about their daily lives in a trance; A boisterous meeting between children; A birthday party; Meeting at a skateboard park; Reunion at an airport; Meeting for the last time; A life-changing moment; Something that made you cry; A deja vu experience; Remembering an experience a long time ago: the passing of time / generations; The meeting of truth and lies; The meeting of fiction and reality; Encountering animals: the interaction between human and animal kind and our influence upon them (for good or bad); Meeting your childhood self or yourself fifty years in the future; The meeting of land and sea; Physical meetings between two things: the boundaries and edges, perhaps at a cellular level (plunging into / stabbing / tearing apart); The meeting of theory and practicality; How our own biases, backgrounds and modify/influence every experience we have: the influence of the mind; Truly seeing yourself as you really are; Conception; The aftermath of a meeting that never happened; Meeting temptation: the battle of wills; The meeting of technology and nature;
Ancient man meeting the modern world: the conflict between genes and the modern environment; Terrorist encounter Business Studies Term Autumn Topics to be studies Role of a business Business Sectors Goods and Services Types of ownership Business Size Types of finance Keywords / Terms Spring Topic 1.1 Enterprise Invention and innovation Risk and Reward Adding value Summer Topic 1.4 Ownership and liability Ownership Business Location Marketing Mix Business Plan Places of Interest Related reading
Assessment Information Business Primary, secondary, Tertiary Sole trader, partnership Local , national, international Bank loan, overdraft, mortgage, grant, Local shops in https:// close proximity to www.bbc.co.uk/ where you live news and where you go to school In class assessment Homework End of unit test Consumer needs and wants Demographic Market research, invention, innovation Stakeholder, USP Levise roots You Can Get It If You Really Want In class assessment Homework End of unit test Sole trader, partnership, Plc, Ltd, franchise Limited and unlimited liability 4Ps Watch an episode In class assessment of Dragons Den Homework End of unit test Additional Information Computer Science
Term Autumn Topics to be studies Systems Hardware Python Programming Keywords / Terms Embedded systems CPU Memory RAM/ROM Registers Control Unit ALU Places of Interest The National Museum of Computing (Bletchley Park) Systems Hardware Virtual Memory Cache memory Systems Software Clock speed Storage devices Python Operating systems Programming Kernel Compound conditions Iteration Condition controlled loops Counter controlled loops Summer Systems Software Operating systems Kernel Python Memory manager Programming Scheduler File manager Ethical, legal, User Interfaces environment Software Utilities concerns Defragmenter Compression Strings Indexes Nested loops The digital divide Copyright Design and Patents Act Open/proprietary software Bespoke/off the shelf software 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
Assessment Information October and Xmas assessments Coding Club Python Basics Level 1 (Coding Club, Level 1) Spiralbound 25 Oct 2012 by Chris Roffey Variables Constants Data types Selection Spring Related reading Centre for Computing History, Cambridge. https://elevate.cambridge.org/elevate/Reader/ http://www.teach-ict.com/ February and April Assessments OCR Computing for GCSE Hodder Education. By Sean OByrne and George Rouse. ISBN 978-1-4441-7779-4 Coding Club Python Basics Level 1 (Coding Club, Level 1) Spiralbound 25 Oct 2012 by Chris Roffey https://elevate.cambridge.org/elevate/Reader/ http://www.teach-ict.com/ Science Museum London OCR Computing for GCSE Hodder Education. By Sean OByrne and George Rouse. ISBN 978-1-4441-7779-4 Coding Club Python Basics Level 1 (Coding Club, Level 1) Spiralbound 25 Oct 2012 by Chris Roffey Additional Information Please consult Show My Homework for all revision materials and home works http://www.ocr.org.uk/q ualifications/gcse/gcse-c omputer-science-j276-fro m-2016/ Please consult Show My Homework for all revision materials and home works http://www.ocr.org.uk/q ualifications/gcse/gcse-c omputer-science-j276-fro m-2016/ May and June assessments Please consult Show My Homework for all revision materials and homeworks http://www.ocr.org.uk/q ualifications/gcse/gcse-c omputer-science-j276-fro
m-2016/ English Term Topics to be studies Autumn 1 Romeo and Juliet Keywords / Terms Courtly Love Fate Honour Neo-Platonic Love Transcendental Love Dramatic irony Dramatic tension Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Additional Information Royal Shakespeare Company Production of Romeo and Juliet, Barbican, London. All of Shakespeares plays and poetry. Closed book assessment Film productions include: Essay style question based on an extract and the whole text. Students must learn key quotations by heart and read the core text multiple times. The Globe Theatre, London South Bank. Baz Luhrmann (1996) Use online audiobooks available on YouTube. Franco Zeffirelli (1968) Use GCSEpod Carlo Carlei (2013) Spring 1 Summer 1
Love + Relationships Poetry/Unseen Poetry An Inspector Calls Personification Metaphor Simile Present/past participle Rhetorical question Repetition Plosive Iambic pentameter Nostalgia Rhyme scheme Rhythm London, a park, a river, a pond any natural setting to develop an understanding of the setting of some of the poetry. Dramatic irony Dramatic tension Misplaced optimism Gender inequality Socialism Capitalism Visit a court house and sit in the public gallery and watch how a case is conducted. Poetry from the Romance era Closed book assessment Contemporary Poetry e.g. Duffy, Armitage Essay style question based on unseen poetry. Students will analyse one unseen poem and then compare this to a second unseen poem. Film productions include: Guy Hamilton (1954) Closed book assessment Aisling Walsh (2015) Essay style question based on an extract and the whole text. Michael Simpson 1982. Students must learn key quotations by heart and read the core poems multiple times. Use online audiobooks
available on YouTube. Use GCSEpod 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 Language Paper 1 Section B Explorations in creative reading and writing Spring 2 English Language Paper 1 Section A Summer 2 Spoken Language Component/ Love + Relationships Poetry Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading Refer to extended vocabulary list provided to all students. 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 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 Dependent on topic usually linked to the Love and Relationships Poetry unit.
Visit the National Gallery, The Natural History Museum etc. for inspiration for Section B. 19th 21st Century Novels Students will be examined on Q1-4 (Section A) Questions require students to identify and retrieve information, analyse language and structure and evaluate). Use GCSEpod Dependent on topic usually linked to the Love and Relationships Poetry unit. Online Research A speech will be written and presented on a chosen topic. Ted Talks Body Language Tone Pace Structure of talk Relevant Content Assessment Information Additional Information Use GCSEpod Students will be writing a creative piece from a visual stimulus or written command suited to purpose, audience and format. Use GCSEpod Food Technology Term Autumn Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Consolidate Health and Safety in the food environment Nutrients Micronutrients Increase knowledge and Macronutrients understanding of fruit and
Oxidation vegetables Places of Interest Related reading Dorling Kindersley (2015) You Are What You Eat Food Halls Selfridges Harrods Dorling Kindersley (2018) Students will be made aware of different types and seasonal fruits and vegetables Television Programmes relating to Food Ideal Home Exhibition Eat better Live Longer Dorling Kindersley Ltd, DK Children Dorling Kindersley Ltd Increase knowledge and understanding of nutrients and storage of fruit and vegetables Jennifer Boothroyd (2017) Assessment Information Additional Information Assessment 1 This is a written assessment on the Recipes information received in the first 6 Lyonnaise Potatoes weeks of the term. Apple Strudel Sweet and Sour chicken Assessment 2 Chinese spring rolls Second assessment is a practical Stuffed peppers where the students will plan and Pasta with Sausages and make a recipe. tomato French Onion Soup Fruit Flan Vegetable Moussaka Vegetable samosas Taste Something New Lerner During this module students will be given a spelling test on specific terminology Anita Tull (2006) Food and Nutrition Oxford University Press J Ralph Blanchfield MBE ( 2000) Food Labelling Woodhead Publishing Ltd
Spring Students will be introduced to eggs. Students will carry out investigation work on the function of in food preparation and cooking eggs Coagulation Aeration Protein denaturation Emulsifying Glazing enriching Food Halls Selfridges Harrods Television Programmes relating to Food Ideal Home Exhibition Students will develop piping skills Students will increase knowledge and understanding of the nutritional value of eggs Summer Students will increase knowledge and understanding of how energy balance is used to maintain a healthy body weight through life Osteoporosis Rickets Saturated fats Trans-fats TVP Kilocalories Food Halls Selfridges Harrods Television Programmes relating to Food Ideal Home Exhibition Assessment 1 This is a written assessment on the information received in the first 6 weeks of the term. Assessment 2 Second assessment is a practical where the students will plan and make a recipe. Recipes ; Quiche Victoria Sandwich Toad in the Hole Pavlova Cheese croquettes Sausage rolls
Chocolate Profiteroles Cheese and Spinach stuffed Pancakes Egg Fried Rice Scotch Eggs Recipes; Scones Fruit/Cheese Scone Scone Based Pizza Cheese and Onion Pasties Salmon Fish cakes Maids of Honour Bread and Butter Pudding Spicy lamb Burgers Raspberry Buns French Term Autumn Topics to be studied Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Short text on the wedding of royal couple Revise new vocabulary Tenses (present/past/conditional and future) Main verbs Reflexive verbs Additional Information Theme 1:Identity and Culture Topic 1: Me, my family and friends Talking about your family and getting on with others, describing family and friends, talking about relationship (marriage etc), activities you do and did with your family.
Topic 2: Technology in everyday life Talking about the uses of social media, discussing pros and cons of social media, the uses of mobile phones and tablets, as well as the benefits and dangers of mobile technology Reflexive verbs (je mentends bien, je me dispute) Elle a les yeux verts/elle a les cheveux. bruns/elle est grande. Ma mre est travailleuse/mon pre est poli. Avec ma famille nous allons au cinma/La semaine dernire on a mang dans un restaurant. Jaimerais/je souhaiterais me marier parce que Authentic cultural resources (photo of the wedding of Prince Albert and Charlene of Monaco) Un portable/un lecteur mp3/un texto/une tablette/lemail/un ordinateur portable Jutilise/je chatte/je tlcharge/je parle/ plus que/moins que/autant que rapide/efficace/cher/pratique/utile/ennuyeux/intressant je pense que/je dirais que/pour moi/personnellement/ lavantage cest que/linconvnient cest que/ce qui membte cest que/tant donn que Article on iPhone and Samsung Revise new vocabulary and adjectives. Revise comparatives Revise complex structures and opinions
Classroom language Research in French on the Royal wedding Short clips on the Royal weddings Photo card with a family to describe Classroom language Term Spring Topics to be studied Topic 3: Freetime activities Talking about sports and extreme sports, talking about different cuisines, food and eating habits (breakfast, lunch, dinner) Keywords / Terms Le football/la natation/lquitation/ le basketball/lalpinisme/ le patinage/le saut llastique Je fais de/je joue au/je pratique/je mentrane/ Je vais faire/je vais pratiquer/je vais jouer Jai fait/jai jou/jai pratiqu Hier/aujourdhui/ demain Cest dangereux/cest risqu/cest incroyable/je dcouvre de nouvelles sensations/jaime prendre des risques/je dpasse mes limites/cest effrayant Je mange/je bois/je prends/jai mang/jai bu/jai pris/je vais manger/je vais boire/jaimerais manger/jaimerais boire Du poulet/de la viande/du pain/de la limonade etc Possessive adjectives- du/de la/des Savoureux/exquis/ dlicieux/apptissant rpugnant/ dgotant/curant La fte nationale/Pques/Mardi gras/Nol/ La Saint-Valentin/ LAd El Kebir/La fte du travail/La fte des Rois/La fte des Mres /Le poisson dAvril /La Saint-Sylvestre On clbre/on mange/on travaille/on se dguise/on boit/on offre/les jours fris Cest trop commercial/Il est important de passer du temps entre copains/Il est important de passer du temps en famille/Jai horreur des ftes/On peut samuser/Jai horreur de la socit de consommation/On peut aider les autres/Il est
important de respecter les ftes religieuses/On peut partager un repas/Cest trop compliqu Places of Interest Magazine articles on sports Discuss differences of meal habits in France/Spain and Britain Research French and Spanish specialities on internet Topic 4: Customs and festivals Talking about what and how we celebrate, describing French and international festivals, and giving your opinion on your favourite celebration. Related reading Magazine articles on sports Articles on international celebrations Research different international celebrations form French and Spanish speaking countries and compare them with Assessment Information Revise vocabulary Revise adjectives Revise time indicators Revise tenses Revise vocabulary
Revise justifications Revise talking about your favourite celebration and why Additional Information Classroom language Short clip on extreme sports Classroom language Geography Term Autumn Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Introduction to GCSE Geography Cartographic Statistical Graphical Geographical Skills & Application Evaluation Places of Interest Related reading http://www.aqa.org Test .uk/subjects/geogra phy/gcse Spring The Living World Ecosystems Tropical Rainforests Hot Deserts Desertification Kew Gardens Watch any Ray Test Mears survival programmes on Deserts or Tropical Rainforests. BBC documentary Planet Earth and Planet Earth 2.
Summer Urban Issues and Challenges Urban Migration Megacity Regeneration Opportunities Sustainable LIC/NEE/HIC Bristol https://visitbristol.c Test o.uk/ https://www.britan nica.com/place/Rio -de-Janeiro-Brazil Assessment Information Additional Information History Term Autumn Spring Summer Topics to be studies South Africa: Apartheid Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Apartheid Nelson Mandela Bantustans Sharpeville Boer Soweto Related reading The Good Immigrant (Nikesh Shukla) Assessment Information Source assessment source skills Develop source skill analysis Knowledge
assessment Develop essay writing skills Knowledge paper: out of 40 3, 1 mark questions 9 mark question 10 mark question 18 mark question 50 minutes for the paper This is the first part of their real GCSE paper! Long Walk to Freedom (Nelson Mandela) Medicine Through Time Cauterising Infection Blood loss Pain DNA, Xrays Change and continuity Turning point Science Museum Crime and Punishment 1250-1550: middle Ages Early Modern Britain 1500-1750 Industrial Period 1750-1900 Modern Day 1900+ Crime Punishment Law enforcement The Clink Museum London Bridge Medieval Bodies: Life, Death and Art in the Middle Ages (Jack Hartnell) Crime and Punishment OCR textbook Stories of True Crime in Tudor & Stuart Britain (Ken MacMillan) North Soho 999 (Paul Willetts) The Great Train Robbery
(Michael Crichton) Criminal London (Mark Herber) Additional Information Maths Foundation Term Autumn Topics to be studies Number: Basic Number Geometry and measures: Measures and scale drawings Keywords / Terms Digit, positive, inequality, Science museum, Bletchley place value, negative, column, Park grid and partition methods. Natural History museum British museum. Centilitre, ounce, .foot, Greenwich centre. pound, gallon, stone, imperial, ton, inch, tonne, metric, yard. Estimate, ratio, scale drawing, scale factor. Net and 3d shape, elevation and plan. Statistics: Charts, tables and averages Geometry and measures: Angles Number: Number properties Places of Interest Class interval, data collection, experiment, frequency, frequency table, grouped frequency table, observation, sample, tally chart. Bar chart, composite bar chart, dual bar chart, key, pictogram, vertical line chart. Line graph, time series graph, trend. Average, categorical, consistency, modal, outlier, range, representative, spread, stem and leaf diagram. Angles around a point, angles on a straight line, vertically opposite angles. Acute, equilateral, isosceles, obtuse, right angle, scalene. Exterior and interior angles. Bisect, bearings. Multiple, factor. Factor pair, prime number, factor tree, highest common factor HCF, index notation, lowest
common multiple LCM, prime factor, prime factorisation, product. Square number, square root, function key, Related reading Assessment Information Collins GCSE Maths Student Half termly assessments Book ISBN 978-0-00-8113827 End of term assessments all topics covered in an exam Foundation Practice Book paper format. ISBN 978-0-00-811388-9 Foundation Booster Workbook Grades 4/5 ISBN 978-0-00-811420-6 Foundation skills Book ISBN 978-0-00-811390-2 Cillins GCSE Maths Book ISBN 978-0-00-811381-0 Higher Practice Book 978-000-811387-2 Higher Achieve Grade 7-9 Workbook ISBN 978-0-00827125-1 Higher Skills Book ISBN 9780-00-811389-6 Additional Information Websites: Corbett maths Maths Genie Maths Watch Algebra: Linear graphs terminating decimal, denominator, numerator, equivalent fraction, lowest common denominator, mixed number, improper fraction, proper fraction. Flow diagram, function, input, intersect, line segment, midpoint, negative coordinates, output, x-values, y-values. Linear graphs, coefficient, constant term, gradient-intercept, yintercept, y=mx+c, parallel, conversion graph, simultaneous equations. Algebra Expressions and Formulae. Ratio and proportion and rates of change: Ratio, speed and proportion Equation, expression, formula, identity, symbol, term, variable. Substitute, ,expand, like terms, simplify, common factor, factorisation, quadratic expression, difference of two squares, inverse operations, rearrange, subject
Cancel, common unit, simplest form, distance, time, speed, direct proportion, unitary method, unit cost, best buy, better value, mass, value for money. Term Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Summer Geometry and measures: Compound shape, perpendicular height, parallelogram, trapezium, Pi . Arc, chord, circumference, diameter, radius, sector, segment, tangent. Transformations: Order of rotation, rotational symmetry, image, object, transformation, translation, vector, mirror line, reflection, angle of rotation, centre of rotations, centre of enlargement, enlargement, direction, magnitude, resultant vector, scalar. Probability: Probability and events Equally likely, event, outcome, probability, probability fraction, probability scale, random, trial, exhaustive, mutually exclusive, experimental data, experimental probability, relative frequency, theoretical probabiltity, expectation, combination, factorial, systematic counting. Edge, face, vertex, vertices, volume, capacity, surface area, cross-section, prism, cylinder Geometry and measures: Volumes and surface areas of prisms Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Additional Information Maths Higher
Term Autumn Topics to be studies Number: Basic Number Fractions, ratio and proportion Statistical diagrams and averages Number and sequences Keywords / Terms Column method, grid method, long division, long multiplication, strategy, decimal place, decimal point, approximate, significant figure, highest common factor HCF, index notation, lowest common multiple LCM. Fraction, quantity, reciprocal, multiplier, percentage change, increase, decrease, loss and profit Line graph, trend, continuous data, descrete data, estimate of the mean, measure of location, modal group, stem and leaf diagram. Scatter diagram, line of best fit, positive and negative and no correlation, outlier. Pattern, sequence, coefficient, consecutive, difference, nth term, term and term-to-tem. Arithmetic sequence and linear sequence, geometric sequence, powers of 2 and powers of 10. First difference, position-to-term rule, quadratic expression, quadratic rule, quadratic sequence, second difference. Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Bletchley Park. Collins EDEXCEL GCSE Maths 4 th Half termly assessments Edition ISBN 978-0-00-811381-0 End of term assessments all Natural History museum, Higher Practice Book 978-0-00paper format. 811387-2 British museum.
Higher Achieve Grade 7-9 Workbook ISBN 978-0-00827125-1 Science museum. Greenwich centre. topics covered in an exam Higher Skills Book ISBN 978-000-811389-6 Additional Information Websites: Corbett maths Maths Genie Maths Watch Term Topics to be studies Spring Ratio, proportion and rates of change. Angle facts Congruent Triangles Keywords / Terms Common units, ratio, direct proportion, unit cost, unitary method, best buy, better value, mass, average speed, compound measure, density, annual rate, compound interest, principal and simple interest Angles around a point, straight line, vertically opposite angles, acute angles, equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle, obtuse, right-angle and scalene angle. Polygon, internal and external angles. Allied angles, alternate and corresponding angles. Bisect, scale drawing, scale factor, three figure bearing Congruent, order of rotational symmetry, rotational symmetry, angle of rotation, centre of enlargement, centre of rotation, enlargement, image, invariant, mirror line, object, reflection, rotation, transformation, translation. Vector. Angle bisector, line bisector, perpendicular bisector, equidistant, locus (loci). Front elevation, side elevation, plan.
Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Additional Information Term Summer Topics to be studies Algebraic Manipulation Keywords / Terms Equation, expand, expression, formula, identity, like terms, simplify, substitute, variable. Common factor, factorisation, binomial, difference of two square, inverse operations, rearrange, subject, transpose Length Area Volume Circumference, (pi), trapezium, parallelogram, sectors, arc, substend, cross section, prism, cylinder, surface area, apex, edge, frustum, pyramid, vertex, vertices, slant height, vertical height, cone, sphere. Algebra: Linear graphs Linear graph, gradient, constant term, cover-up method, gradientintercept, intercept, y=mx+c, conversion graph, simultaneous equation, negative reciprocal Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Additional Information Physical Education (Core) Term
Autumn Spring Topics to be studies Football Rugby Netball Fitness Handball Gaelic Football Dance Table Tennis Basketball Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Decision making Tactics Analysis of performance Team work Set plays Summer Athletics Rounders American Football Cricket Ultimate Frisby (3 week rotation) Redbridge cycling Women in Sport: centre Fifty Fearless Athletes Who Played to Win by Rachel Ignotofsky Pacing Fartlek Respiration Long barrier Assessment Information Additional Information Assessed on effort and ability via practical assessments formatively Inter house competitions through the year Assessed on effort The million dollar and ability via shot By Dan practical
Gutman assessments formatively Kick By Mitch Johnson Inter house competitions through the year Fever pitch By Nick Hornby Velodrome, Stratford (3 week rotation) Related reading Fairlop Waters Ultimate Football Heroes collection By Matt & Tom Oldfield Assessed on effort and ability via practical assessments formatively Sports Days Physical Education (Option) Term Autumn Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Applied Anatomy Structure and and Physiology functions of skeleton, muscular system Aerobic and anaerobic Effects of exercise Science Museum Olympic Stadium Related reading Assessment Information Royal navy action End of unit tests packs PE (exam conditions)
Lords Cricket Ground and Museum Sky skills Spring Summer Movement Analysis Levers Basic and complex movements Planes and axes Physical Education third edition End of unit tests (exam conditions) Physical Training Components of fitness Fitness testing Principles of training Training thresholds Types of training Training seasons GCSE POD Fever pitch By Nick Hornby End of unit tests (exam conditions) The million dollar shot By Dan Gutman Kick By Mitch Johnson Additional Information Students are expected to attend extracurricular clubs to enhance their levels within practical sports which will increase their overall level Performing Arts Drama
Term Topics to be studies Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading Assessment Information Autumn 1 Commedia Dell Arte Archetypes Covent Garden piazza Look at the National Character Types to watch street theatre Theatre website for Devising with Character how to play Commedia Applying to a Scenario Archetypes Assessment Perform a scene that clearly shows a contrast between the Archetypal characters Autumn 2 Playscript: Too Much Punch for Judy Foreshadowing Mime & narration Stanislavski Abstract drama Monologue Watch an episode of The Only Way Is Essex to draw character inspiration Write and perform a monologue as a character who has caused a car accident. Holocaust Historical Context Teacher in Role Naturalism and Empathy Non Verbal Communication Interpreting Factual Text Ghetto by Joshua Sobol To perform a sensitive piece of symbolic drama
showing the aftermath of the Holocaust. Spring 1 Research the Concentration Camp at Auschwitz. Imperial War Museum London Spring 2 Selected Script Showcase Understanding Script Royal Court Theatre Directorial Vision London Super Objectives/Units and Actions Shakespeares Globe How to rehearse Games for Actors and Non Actors Augusto Boal Performance of the selected scene from script, fully rehearsed and considered. Summer 1 Approaches to Devising Physical Theatre Flocking Devising from a text Abstract Drama Effective Teamwork Impro Keith Johnstone Perform a rounded devised performance that incorporates key skills and communicates a clear and concise storyline Metamorphosis Steven Berkoff/Franz Kafka Create and perform a highly stylised performance piece in the style of Practitioner Artaud Summer 2 Change/
Metamorphosis Split Scene Artaud and the Nightmare Physical theatre Exploring Stylised Text National Theatre London Studio 3 Arts - Barking Additional Information Religious Education Term Autumn Topics to be studied 1. Catholic Beliefs and Teachings Keywords / Terms 1 Magisterium 2 Nicene Creed 3 Stewardship 4 Incarnation 5 Salvation 6 Paschal Mystery 7 Grace 8 Eschatology 9 Immortality of the Soul 10 Resurrection Places of Interest 1. Brentwood Cathedral 2. The London Oratory 3. CAFOD volunteer centre in Brentwood Related reading 1. The Creation Story by Norman Messenger 2. The Seven 2. Sacraments by Father Lawrence G. Lovasik 3.
Canticle of the Sun: Saint Francis of Assisi by Fiona 4. Franch 3. 4. Spring 1. Catholic Practices 1 Sacrament 2 Absolution 3 Liturgy 4 Penitential Rite 5 Vigil 6 Adoration 7 Ciborium 8 Monstrance 9 Encyclical 10Evangelisation Assessment Information 5. 1. Lourdes, A Modern Pilgrimage by 1. Patrick Marnham Laudato Si: On care for our common 2. home by Pope Francis 3. 4. Summer 1. Catholic Sources of Wisdom and Authority 1. Decalogue 2.Fundamentalist 3. Liberal 4. Catechism 5. Apostolic Succession 6. Laity 7. Catholic 8. Creed 9. Immaculate Conception 10.Sermon on the Mount 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. 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. 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 Autumn C1 Atomic Structure and Periodic Table Keywords / Terms Atom,Periodic Table, Group 1,7 and 0, Separation Techniques, C2- Bonding and electronic Structure and Properties StructureCovalent
of Matter bonding, Ionic Bonding, Ions,,,Allotropes of C3 Quantitative Carbon, Metallic Bonding, States of Chemistry Matter, relative Formula C4 Chemical Change Mass, The Mole, The Mole Equations, Limiting reactants, Concentrations of Solutions, Acids and Bases, Reactivity Series, Redox reactions, Electrolysis, Exothermic and endothermic reations, Bond energies Places of Interest Related reading Jan-Apr P1 Energy P3 Particle Model of Matter P4 Atomic Structure Kinetic and Potential energy,Specific Heat Capacity, Conservation of energy, Energy Transfer and Efficiency, Renewable sources of energy, Trends in Energy Use, Parcle Model of an Atom, Isotopes, Nuclear Radiation,Half-life, Irradiation and contamination,Specific Latent heat,, density of materials,internal energy and change in state Additional Information Any Combined Science/ www.freescienceless ons.com Chemistry text book. Students need to Examples: purchase a workbook and a revision guide which is gcsepod available from the AQA GCSE (9-1) science department at a Chemistry Student Book discounted rate on parent Authors: Ann Daniels, pay. series edited by Ed Walsh Pupils will also be Publisher: Collins provided with a syllabus to prepare for
AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry for Combined assessments. Science: TrilogyAuthors: Pupils will sit an Ann Daniels, Series editor: assessment in all topics Ed Walsh C1-C4 during the Publisher: Collins Autumn term. CGP revision Guide, AQA syllabus Spring Assessment Information Any Combined Science/Chemistry text book. Examples: AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Student Book Authors: Ann Daniels, series edited by Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry for Combined Science: TrilogyAuthors: Ann Daniels, Series editor: Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins CGP revision Guide, AQA syllabus Students need to purchase a workbook and a revision guide which is available from the science department at a discounted rate on parent pay. Pupils will also be provided with a syllabus to prepare for assessments. Pupils will sit an assessment in all topics P1, P3 and P4 during the Autumn term Term Topics to be studies Summer May July B1 Cell Biology B2 Bioenergetics B3 Organisations B4 Infection and Response Keywords / Terms Microscopy,cells, chromosomes and mitosis, diffusion, osmosis,active
transport, exchanging substances, enzymes, digestion,lungs,food tests,circulatory system, cardiovascular disease,noncommunicable disease,cancer, transpiration and translocation, communicable disease,microbes,vaccination, developing drugs, photosynthesis, respiration and metabolism, aerobic and anaerobic respiration,exercise. Places of Interest Related reading Any Combined Science/Chemistry text book. Examples: AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Student Book Authors: Ann Daniels, series edited by Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry for Combined Science: TrilogyAuthors: Ann Daniels, Series editor: Ed Walsh Publisher: Collins CGP revision Guide, AQA syllabus Assessment Information Students need to purchase a workbook and a revision guide which is available from the science department at a discounted rate on parent pay. Pupils will also be provided with a syllabus to prepare for assessments. Pupils will sit an assessment in all topics B1-B4 during the Autumn term Additional Information Spanish Term Autumn Topics to be studied Keywords / Terms Places of Interest Related reading
Assessment Information Additional Information Theme 1:Identity and Culture Topic 1: Me, my family and friends Talking about your family and getting on with others, describing family and friends, talking about relationship (marriage etc), activities you do and did with your family. Verbos reflexivos (me llevo bien, discuto) Ella tiene los ojos verdes/ el cabello marrn/ella es alta Mi madre es trabajadora / mi padre es educado. Con mi familia vamos al cine / La semana pasada comimos en un restaurante. Deseo / me gustara casarme porque ... Authentic cultural resources (photo of the wedding of Prince Albert and Charlene of Monaco) Short text on the wedding of royal couple Revise new vocabulary Tenses (present/past/con ditional and future) Main verbs Reflexive verbs
Topic 2: Technology in everyday life Talking about the uses of social media, discussing pros and cons of social media, the uses of mobile phones and tablets, as well as the benefits and dangers of mobile technology Ordenador porttil/ reproductor de mp3/ texto/ tableta /correo electrnico /ordenador porttil Uso / Recargo/Descargo /Hablo Ms que/menos que/ tanto como Rpida/eficiente /barato /prctico/til / aburrido / interesante Creo que/yo dira que / para m personalmente / la ventaja es que /la desventaja es que/lo que me molesta es que/desde Article on iPhone and Samsung Revise new vocabulary and adjectives. Revise comparatives Revise complex structures and opinions Classroom language Research in French on the Royal wedding Short clips on the Royal weddings Photo card with a family to describe Classroom language
Spring Topic 3: Free-time activities Talking about sports and extreme sports, talking about different cuisines, food and eating habits (breakfast, lunch, dinner) Topic 4: Customs and festivals Talking about what and how we celebrate, describing French and international festivals, and giving your opinion on your favourite celebration. Ftbol/natacin / equitacin /baloncesto / montaismo/patinaje / puenting Juego /practico Har / Practicar/Jugar Yo hice/jugu / practiqu Ayer / hoy/maana Es peligroso/es arriesgado/es increble Estoy descubriendo nuevas sensaciones/Me gusta tomar riesgos/ Estoy ms all de mis lmites/Es aterrador Yo como/bebo /yo tomo/comer /beber / me gustara comer / me gustara beber Pollo / carne / pan / limonada, etc. Adjetivo posesivo Sabroso / exquisito / delicioso / apetecible/repugnante Magazine articles on sports Discuss differences of meal habits in France/Spain and Britain Research French and Spanish specialities on internet Da Nacional / Pascua /Carnaval / Navidad / Da de San Valentn / Eid/Da del Trabajo / Da del Rey / Da de la Madre/Da de los Inocentes / Nochevieja Celebrando / comiendo / trabajando / disfrazando / bebiendo / ofreciendo /
vacaciones Es demasiado comercial/ Es importante pasar tiempo con amigos / Es importante pasar tiempo con la familia / Odio las fiestas / Puedes divertirte / Odio la sociedad de consumo / Podemos ayudar a otros / Es importante respetar las fiestas religiosas / Podemos compartir una comida / Es demasiado complicado Magazine articles on sports Articles on international celebrations Research different international celebrations form French and Spanish speaking countries and compare them with British ones Revise vocabulary Revise adjectives Revise time indicators Revise tenses Revise vocabulary Revise justifications Revise talking about your favourite celebration and why Summer Theme 2: Local, National, International and global areas of interest Topic 5: Home, town, neighbourhood and region Talking about where you live, whats in your town, what there isnt, what there is to see/do, describing your house and your ideal home
Topic 6: House chores Talking about what you do help at home En mi ciudad hay ... /en mi ciudad no hay ... Estacin de tren / aeropuerto / estacin de metro / cine / restaurantes / oficina de correos / centro comercial / centro de ocio / biblioteca Vivo en el norte / sur / este / oeste de Inglaterra Mi ciudad es hermosa / pintoresca / animada En mi casa, yo ... En la planta baja / primer piso / segundo piso / stano, hay ... Un dormitorio, una sala de estar, un jardn, un bao, una cocina, un bao, una bodega, un tico, una entrada. De lujo / grande / grande / oscura / acogedora / cmoda / brillante / til / antigua/ La ventaja es que ... / la desventaja es que ... / Lo que me interesa es que ... / Lo que me molesta es que ... / Decid ... / En lugar de ... / Me dijeron que ... / Qu suerte! / Qu vergenza! Mi hogar ideal sera ... .tendran ... Ir de compras / aspirar / hacer jardinera / sacar la basura / hacer mi cama / recoger mi habitacin / lavar los platos / poner el lavavajillas / limpiar las ventanas / hacer las tareas domsticas / cocinar / lavar la ropa Puedo / Quiero / Tengo / Prefiero / No puedo / No tengo / No quiero, etc. Lo odio / lo que me molesta es que / soy un fantico / la ventaja es que / la desventaja es que Me gustara / Me gustara /Preferira Lcole, Jacques Charpentreau Research differences between houses in France and Spain and compare them to British houses
Revise vocabulary Revise adjectives Revise complex structures Conditional tense Revise vocabulary Revise present and conditional Revise complex structures Classroom language Short clip on luxurious houses