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Year 11

Subject

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Maths

 

  • Graphs 2 (Algebra)
  • Cubic and reciprocal functions
  • Exponential and trigonometric functions
  • Real life graphs
  • Gradients and areas under graphs
  • Equation of a circle
  • Pythagoras and trigonometry (Geometry)
  • Pythagoras’ theorem
  • Trigonometry
  • Vectors
  • Combined events (Probability)
  • Sets
  • Tree diagrams
  • Conditional probability
  • Sequences (Algebra)
  • Linear sequences
  • Quadratic sequences
  • Special sequences
  • Units and proportionality (Ratio and proportion)
  • Compound units
  • Converting between units
  • Direct and inverse proportion
  • Rates of change
  • Growth and decay
  • Problem solving
  • Revision

English

 

  • English Literature paper 1:  Shakespeare and the 19th Century Novel
  • Teaching focus and exam preparation for Romeo and Juliet
  • Outcome: Essay writing skills
  • English Language paper 1: Explorations in Creative Reading and Writing Section A and B
  • Responding to areas of development from the Mock Examination and revising specific skills
  • Creative writing exam practice for English Language Paper 1 Section B and learning Quotations for Literature syllabus from the resources provided
  • Responding to areas for development from MOCK examination Language papers and perfecting skills
  • English Language paper 2: Writer’s Viewpoints and Perspectives Focusing on Section A skills.
  • English Language paper 2: Writer’s viewpoints and perspectives and Paper 2 Literature: Modern Texts and Poetry.
  • Revision of English Language paper 2 Section B (Text Type skills) by utilising Power and Conflict Poetry selection
  • Paper 2 Literature: Unseen poetry and Curious Incident
  • Exam practice of all 4 papers focusing on areas for development according to the class.

Separate Science

  • Health, disease and the development of Medicine
  • Animal Coordination and Control
  • Exchange and Transport
  • Ecosystems
    B1 and B2 Mock
  • C1 Review
  • Metals and Equilibria
  • Groups in the Periodic Table
  • Rates of Reaction
  • Fuels and Earth Science
  • Separate Chemistry
    C1 and C2 Mock
  • Revision

Additional Science

  • Plant structures and their functions
  • Animal Coordination and Control
  • Exchange and Transport
  • Ecosystems
    B1 and B2 Mock
  • Groups in the Periodic table
  • Rates of Reaction
  • Fuels and Earth Science
    C1 and C2 Mock
  • Energy and Forces
  • Forces and their effects
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Particle Model
  • Forces and Matter
    P1 and P2 Mock
  • Revision

MFL

 

  • Family
  • Free Time
  • Technology
  • Where you live
  • Lifestyle
  • Social and Global Issues
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Current and Future Employment
  • Content catch-up
  • Exam preparation – Oral exams mid April
  • Content catch-up
  • Exam preparation

Geography

 

History

 

  • Superpower relations and the Cold War, 1941-91
  • Finish Superpower Relations and the Cold War 1941-91
  • Elizabeth 1: Early Elizabethan England, 1558-88
  • Finish Early Elizabethan England 1558-88
  • Revision for all three History Exams
  • Paper 1: Thematic Study and historic Environment (Crime and Punishment and Whitechapel)
  • Paper 2: Period Study and British Depth Study (Cold War and Elizabeth I)

Paper 3: Modern Depth Study (Weimar and Nazi Germany 1918-1939)

RE

 

  • Paper 1: Christianity
  • Key Beliefs
  • Living the Christian Life
  • Matters of life and death
  • Relationships and the family.
  • Paper 2: Islam
  • Key Beliefs
  • Living the Muslim Life
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Peace and conflict
  • Paper 2: Islam
  • Key Beliefs
  • Living the Muslim Life
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Peace and conflict

Design Technology – Food

  •  Controlled Assessment
  •  Food investigation task set by exam board
  • Food preparation task set by exam board
  • Written exam

Design Technology – Resistant Materials

  •  Exam - Theoretical Knowledge to include
  • Materials: Metals, timber, plastics, composites, smart and nanomaterials
  • Components Adhesives and Applied finishes
  • Design and Market Influences
  • Sustainability of design
  • Consumer rights legislation, product maintenance and codes of practice
  • Industrial Practices
  • Information and Communication Technology

Design Technology - Textiles

Practical:

  • Controlled Assessment Portfolio Work 60 %
  • Designing and making a fitted garment on a given theme

Theory:

  • Written Examination 40 % 2 hours (to include Properties of Fabric & Fibres, Decoration & Construction techniques, Smart Materials, Design Consideration & Marketing, Sustainability, Production & Manufacturing processes, Use of Cad/Cam Technology

PE

 

  • Unit 1 – Principles of health and fitness (internally assessed coursework)
  • Unit 2 – Healthy lifestyles (internally assessed coursework)
  • Unit 3 – Preparing and planning for health and fitness (Externally assessed exam)
  • Unit 4 – Develop a personal health and fitness programme (internally assessed coursework)

Core PE

  • Boys – Rugby, Futsal, Basketball, Table tennis, Cricket, Softball
  • Girls – Badminton, Basketball, Fitness, Volleyball, Softball, Rounders

Computer Science

 

  • Non-Exam-Assessment
  • Network Topology
  • TCP/IP stack
  • Network security
  • Algorithms (Huffman Coding, RLE, Merge Sort)
  • Computer Security
  • Revision
  • Practice questions, clarification
  • Practice Papers
  • Exams Skills

IT – Cambridge National - IMedia

  • Unit R084 – creating a multipage comic
  • Unit R082 – Digital graphics
  • Unit R085 – Creating a website
  • Pre-Production documents
  • The pre-production process
  • Practice questions, clarification
  • Practice Papers
  • Exams Skills

Business Studies

  • Using and managing resources to produce goods and services
  • Financial information and decision making
  • External influences of business activity
  • Using and managing resources to produce goods and services
  • Financial information and decision making
  • External influences of business activity
  • Revision

Travel and Tourism

  • Know the major international travel & tourism destinations and gateways
  • Investigate the appeal of international travel & tourism destinations to different types of visitor
  • Be able to plan international travel to meet the needs of visitors
  • Investigate how climate, and worldwide time, can affect the appeal of worldwide destinations
  • Understand influential factors on worldwide travel & tourism destinations
  • Revision

Art

 

  • Researching artists who have worked in the medium of print
  • Exploring printing techniques and processes
  • Exploring ideas for final print
  • Developing ideas for final print
  • Exam starting points set by exam board
  • Producing final print
  • Research appropriate sources
  • Develop ideas using a range of media
  • Students work to assessment objectives to develop responses and produce personal response
  • Final prep for exams

Photography

  • Researching artists who have worked in the medium of Landscape Photography
  • Exploring photographic techniques and processes
  • Exploring digital media
  • Exploring ideas for final print
  • Developing ideas for final print
  • Producing final print
  • Exam starting points set by exam board
  • Research appropriate sources
  • Develop ideas using a range of media
  • Students work to assessment objectives to develop responses and produce personal response
  • Final prep for exams

Drama

  • Component 2 - Scripted performances rehearsals
  • Component 3 - Continue to develop exam skills for the play 'DNA'
  • Component 2 - Rehearsal for scripted performance
  • Actual real GCSE Component 2 performance examination
  • Component 3 - Research and analyse another performance
  • Component 3 - Continue to develop exam skills for the play 'DNA'
  • Component 3 - exam practice and final exam preparation

Performing Arts

  • Learners are required to develop a performance piece from a script.
  • Learners will take part in activities that explore and develop performance material.
  • Explore the performance piece, e.g. its themes and issues, historical and/or social
  • Background and the nature and features of the performance genre or form
  • Take part in practical activities to explore and develop ideas for the piece
  • Make decisions about roles and responsibilities
  • Learners will need to select and respond to one of the given progression opportunities.
  • The skills required for the selected progression opportunity will include the following.
  • Performance skills – as applicable to chosen progression opportunity and discipline:
  • Vocal skills and techniques – breath control, projection, articulation, expression,
  • Modulation, pace, phrasing, accent, emphasis, use of pause, tone quality and vocal colour
  • movement skills and techniques – control of movement, coordination, movement
  • Memory, awareness of surroundings and spatial relationships, focus, weight
  • Placement, use of gesture, facial expression, pace, physicalisation of internal feelings, handling of props and costume
  • Learners will need to select and respond to one of the given progression opportunities.
  • The skills required for the selected progression opportunity will include the following.
  • Performance skills – as applicable to chosen progression opportunity and discipline:
  • Vocal skills and techniques – breath control, projection, articulation, expression, modulation, pace, phrasing, accent, emphasis, use of pause, tone quality and vocal colour

Music

 

  • Preparing Performances
  • Completing Skills, Audit, Practise Logs and Reviews
  • Planning a concert as a class
  • Revision Music Industry Exam (If retaking)
  • Completing planning evidence for concert unit
  • Completing a concert review
  • Preparing performances
  • Completing Skills, Audit, Practise Logs and Reviews
  • Revision Music Industry Exam (If retaking)
  • Revision Music Industry Exam (If retaking)