Curriculum


The curriculum at St. Peter’s has been designed to ensure all students develop academically, spiritually, morally, socially and physically. As part of the curriculum the government expects schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. As a Catholic school, St. Peter’s embeds those values through its ethos and mission statement, which extends to all activities in school, within and outside the taught curriculum.

Independent Advice and Guidance (IAG) interviews are provided to all students in Y8-13 appropriate to the stage and age of students. These interviews are to ensure that students make informed choices at every stage and are in a position to make the next step into further or higher education, apprenticeships or employment.

In years 7, 8 and 9, all students study the statutory National Curriculum subjects; Mathematics, English, Science, MFL, Geography, History, Art and Design, Design Technology, Music and Citizenship in addition to the non-statutory subjects Drama, Religious Education, Personal Development and Computing/ ICT. In Year 9, students begin GCSE courses in Mathematics, Science, RE and English but are not examined in any of these subjects until Year 11.
The government has introduced new GCSEs which are being phased in over the next two years. These changes will affect any student currently in Y9 or below. Further information about these can be found at the bottom of the page.

In years 10 and 11, all students continue to follow a core programme of Mathematics, English Language and English Literature, Religious Education, Science, PE and Personal Development and Citizenship. In Y11 Science GCSEs are offered in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, as well as Core Science and Additional Science. For students currently in 10 GCSEs in Biology, Chemistry and Physics will be offered in addition to Combined Science, worth 2 GCSEs.

In Year 10, students have a number of optional subjects they can choose, details of these are in the KS4 Options booklet. Current government policy strongly supports the EBacc curriculum and has an expectation that every child starting their GCSEs in 2018 and beyond should be studying EBacc subjects. The EBacc measure has been in place since 2011 and all students at St. Peter’s have always been given the opportunity to study the EBacc curriculum. Further information about the EBacc can be found further down the page.

At GCSE the modern foreign languages available to choose from are French, German and Spanish. Students have the opportunity to choose two languages if they wish to do so. Geography and History are offered in all of the option blocks so students may opt to study both humanities subjects if they wish to. Other GCSE subject choices available are Art & Design, Business Studies, Drama, Computer Science, Cooking and Catering, Health & Social Care, History, Media Studies, Music, PE, Psychology, Product Design-Resistant Materials, Produce Design-Textiles, Sociology.

Work experience is a vital part of Key Stage 4. It gives students an insight into the world of work and can help to influence post –16 choices and career plans. For students studying applied GCSE’s, it can help to reinforce learning and directly influence coursework. All Year 10 pupils spend a week taking part in Work Experience. Placements vary a great deal and have included experiences in the Army, offices, nurseries and schools, theatres, engineering companies, catering, journalism, archaeology, the RAF, banking, travel agencies and so on.

A wide range of A Level subjects are offered at St. Peter’s Sixth Form, details of the courses offered are in the KS5 Pathways booklet. Students wishing to come to St. Peter’s who would like to study subjects we do not currently offer may be able to by arrangement with other local providers (please speak to Mrs Crees for further information and advice). From 2016 students will opt to study three or four A Levels over two years. All students will study the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) as part of their religious and vocational education. Students can choose from a range of enrichment activities, such as supporting in KS3 lessons, paired reading, peer mediation or they may opt to do PE as an alternative. Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education and Citizenship are key topics covered during tutorial periods. Like GCSEs, A Levels are currently being reformed. These changes started in September 2015 and are being phased in. Further information about the new A Level qualifications and the timeline for the introduction of reformed subjects is available via the links at the foot of the page. For more information about the curriculum at each Key Stage, please follow the relevant links from the main menu. If you require further information, please contact the School.

The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is not a qualification in itself but will recognise pupils’ achievements across a core of selected academic subjects. The English Baccalaureate indicator shows the percentage of pupils at the end of Year 11 achieving GCSEs at grades A*-C in all elements of the EBacc academic subjects.

EBacc core academic element A*-C requirement to pass EBacc element
English GCSE English (Language)
or
GCSE English Literature
Mathematics GCSE Mathematics
Science GCSE Combined Science
or two of
GCSE Biology
GCSE Chemistry
GCSE Physics
GCSE Computer Science
Humanities GCSE Geography
or
GCSE History
A modern foreign language** GCSE French
or
GCSE German
or
GCSE Spanish

Current government policy strongly supports the EBacc curriculum and has an expectation that every child starting their GCSEs in 2018 and beyond should be studying EBacc subjects. The EBacc measure has been in place since 2011 and all students at St. Peter’s have always been given the opportunity to study the EBacc curriculum.

** Other modern foreign languages count towards EBacc but only French, German and Spanish are offered as taught courses at St. Peter’s.  If students are fluent in speaking and writing a language other than English and could take a GCSE, please contact the School to make enquiries.

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12AS UNIT F240Creating a Marketing Proposal

UNIT F241
Recruitment in the Workplace

UNIT F240
Creating a Marketing Proposal

UNIT F241
Recruitment in the Workplace

UNIT F242
Understanding the Business Environment
UNIT F242
Understanding the Business Environment
UNIT F242
Revision: Understanding the Business Environment
UNIT F242
Revision: Understanding the Business Environment
13A2 UNIT F252
Promotion in Action

UNIT F249
A Business Plan for the Entrepreneur

UNIT F252
Promotion in Action

UNIT F249
A Business Plan for the Entrepreneur

UNIT F248
Strategic Decision Making
UNIT F248
Strategic Decision Making
UNIT F248
Revision: Strategic Decision Making
UNIT F248
Revision: Strategic Decision Making
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
12 AS AS Applied Science Unit 1 (Portfolio)
Science in the Workplace – Research and Visits

AS Applied Science Unit 3 (Portfolio)
Finding out about Substances – Experiments and Portfolio

AS Applied Science Unit 1 (Portfolio)
Science in the Workplace – Portfolio Write up

AS Applied Science Unit 3 (Portfolio)
Finding out about Substances – Experiments and Portfolio

AS Applied Science Unit 2 (Exam)
Energy Transfers
AS Applied Science Unit 2 (Exam)
Energy Transfers
AS Applied Science
Revision and External Exams – Unit 2
Begin work for Unit 7 and 9

A2 Applied Science Unit 9 (Portfolio)
Sports Science

A2 Applied Science Unit 7 (Portfolio)
Planning and Carrying out a scientific investigation

13 A2 A2 Applied Science Unit 9 (Portfolio)
Sports Science

A2 Applied Science Unit 7 (Portfolio)
Planning and Carrying out a scientific investigation

A2 Applied Science Unit 9 (Portfolio)
Sports Science

A2 Applied Science Unit 7 (Portfolio)
Planning and Carrying out a scientific investigation

A2 Applied Science Unit 8 (Exam)
Medical Physics
A2 Applied Science Unit 8 (Exam)
Medical Physics
AS Applied Science
Revision and External Exams – Unit 8
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7 Colour theory and painting skills. Fauvist portraits – use of chalk and oil pastels. Childhood toys – introduction to observational drawing. Students in year 7 have Art allocated for ½ of the year.
8 Skulls and Roses project: students research Day of the Dead and have opportunity to use a range of media: inks, oil pastel, biro, wax resist. Students use their research and experimental work to inform their final composition. Landscapes project: working in the style of an artist of their own choosing students learn about perspective and how different media can be manipulated to create different styles. Money Boxes: clay based project students learn how to make thumb pots. These are used to make an animal design money box.
9 Natural forms project: students draw from observation and use these drawing to develop patterns. These are used to design a press print tile and this is used to create a repeat pattern. Masks: students research different cultural masks and us eth information gathered to design their own mask. This is then made in clay using the slabbing technique. Film Posters Project: students will learn different graphic drawing skills and how to digitally manipulate images to produce their own film poster
10 GCSE Key skills: observational drawing and research techniques. Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: task design Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: collecting resources Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: research of theme/artist Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: experimentation with materials. Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: development of ideas.
11 GCSE Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: final piece Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: evaluation and refinements Exam preparation: task setting, collecting resources and research. Exam preparation: experimentation and developing ideas. Exam: 5 hour examination
12 AS Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: artist research visual and written responses. Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: collection of resources, photography and direct observational drawing. Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: completion of project. February start exam preparation – research and collecting resources. Exam preparation: finalise ideas Exam: 5 hour examination Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: task design and resourcing.
13 A2 Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: experimentation. Begin written analysis piece (3000 word illustrated essay). Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: experimentation. Develop written analysis piece (3000 word illustrated essay). Controlled assessment: students work on individual projects focus on: development of final piece. Exam preparation: finalise ideas Exam: 15 hour examination
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7 Safety in Science
Cells
Energy
Particles
Atoms and Elements
Forces and Space
Reproduction
Rocks and Weathering
Electricity
Ecology
8 Light
Chemical Reactions
Digestion and Respiration
Pressure and Sound
Plants and Photosynthesis
Metals and Reactivity
Chemistry around us
Heat Transfers
Microbes and Disease
9 Inheritance – genetics, cloning, artificial selection Developing key investigation skills GCSE course begins
B1.1 – Keeping Healthy –
GCSE – B1.1 – Microbes and disease GCSE – B1.2 – Nerves and Hormones GCSE – B1.3 – the use and abuse of Drugs
10 GCSE GCSE
B1.4 – Interdependence and Adaptation
B1.5 – Energy in food chains.
GCSE
B1.6 – Waste and decay
B 1.7 Inheritance
Core Science
B1.8 – Evolution
Review of Unit 1
Triple Science
B2.1 Cells
Core Science
B2.1 Cells
Triple Science
B2.2 Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems
Core Science
B 2.2 Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems
Triple Science
B2.3 Photosynthesis
Core Science – Revision and External Exam – Unit B1
Triple Science GCSE B2.4 Distribution of Organisms
11 GCSE Core Science
B2.3 Photosynthesis
B2.4 Distribution of Organisms
Triple Science
B2.6 Respiration
Core Science
B2.5 – Enzymes
Triple Science
B2.7 Inheritance
B2.8 Extinction
Core Science
B2.6 Respiration
Triple Science
B3.1 Movement of Molecules in and out of cells
B3.2 Transport Systems in Plants and Animals.
Core Science
2.7 Inheritance
2.8 Extinction
Triple Science
B3.3 Homeostasis
3.4 Humans and their Environment.
Core Science
Revision and External Exams – Unit 2
Triple Science
Revision and External exams – Unit 1, 2 and 3
Core Science
Revision and External Exams – Unit 2
Triple Science
Revision and External exams – Unit 1, 2 and 3
12 AS Unit 1
1.1 Disease
1.2 Digestive System and Enzymes
1.3 Transport across Membranes
1.4 The lungs and disease
1.5 The heart and disease
1.1 Disease
1.6 Blood and Immunity
Unit 2
2.1 Variation
2.2 DNA
2.3 Genetic Diversity
2.4 Biochemsitry
2.7 Transport and Exchange Surfaces
2.5 Cell Cycle
2.6 Cells, Tissues Organs, Systems
2.8 Taxonomy
2.9 Using DNA in Classification
2.10 Adaptation and Selection in Evolution.
2.11 Measuring Biodiversity
Revision and External Exams – Unit 1 and 2
A2 Unit 4
4.1 – Populations and Ecosystems
4.7 Succession Field Work
13 A2 4.2 ATP
4.3 Photosynthesis
4.5 Energy Transfer
4.6 Nutrient Cycles
4.4 Respiration
4.8 Hardy Weinberg and Inheritance
Unit 5
5.1 Survival and response
5.2 Nerves
5.3 Muscles
5.6 The gentic code
5.7 Regulations of Transcription and translation
5.4 Homeostasis
5.5 Negative feedback
5.8 Gene Therapy, cloning and genetic fingerprinting
BIO6T – ISAS – 2 weeks in lessons
Revision and External Exams – Unit 4 and 5
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1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Safety in Science
Cells
Energy
Particles
Atoms and Elements
Forces and Space
Reproduction
Rocks and Weathering
Electricity
Ecology
8 Light
Chemical Reactions
Digestion and Respiration
Pressure and Sound
Plants and Photosynthesis
Metals and Reactivity
Chemistry around us
Heat Transfers
Microbes and Disease
9 Inheritance – genetics, cloning, artificial selection
Space
Chemical Reactions
Developing key investigation skills GCSE course begins
B1.1 – Keeping Healthy
C1.1
P1.1
GCSE
B1.1 – Microbes and disease
C1.2
P1.2
GCSE
B1.2 – Nerves and Hormones
C1.3
P1.3
GCSE – B1.3 – the use and abuse of DrugsC1.4P1.4
10 BTEC BTEC Principles of Science
Physics Unit 1, Biology Unit 1 Chemistry Unit 1
Preparation for External Exam – Unit 1 Principles of Science Unit 3 – Energy and our Universe (coursework)
Unit 2: Chemistry and our Earth (coursework)
Unit 2: Chemistry and our Earth (coursework)
Unit 4 Biology and our Environment (coursework)
Unit 4 Biology and our Environment (coursework) Final drafts and submission of all units.
11 BTEC Unit 5 Applications of Chemical Substances (coursework)
Unit 6 Applications of Physical Science(coursework)
Unit 7 Health Applications of Life Sciences (coursework)
Unit 6 Applications of Physical Science(coursework)
Unit 7 Health Applications of Life Sciences (coursework) Preparation for Unit 8 Scientific Skills – External Exam March Final drafts and submission of all units
Preparation for retake of exams if necessary
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10 Unit A291
Marketing and Enterprise
Unit A291
Marketing and Enterprise
Unit A292
Business and People
Unit A292
Business and People
Unit A292
Business and People Revision and Mock Exam
Unit A291
Marketing and Enterprise
Controlled Assessment
11 Unit A293
Production, Finance and the External Environment
Unit A293
Production, Finance and the External Environment
Unit A293
Production, Finance and the External Environment Revision and Mock Exam
Unit A292
Business and People Revision and Mock Exam
Unit A292 and A293
Revision
Unit A292 and A293
Revision
12 AS BUSS 1
Planning a Business
BUSS 1
Financial Planning
BUSS 1
Planning a Business
BUSS 1
Financial Planning
BUSS 2
Managing a Business: Marketing
BUSS 1
Managing a Business: Human Resources
BUSS 2
Managing a Business: Operations
BUSS 1
Managing a Business: Finance
BUSS 1 & 2
Revision
BUSS 1 & 2
Revision
13 A2 BUSS 3
Strategies for Success: Marketing
BUSS 3
Strategies for Success: Human Resources
BUSS 3
Strategies for Success: Operations
BUSS 3
Strategies for Success: Finance
BUSS 4
Managing Change
BUSS 4
External Environment
BUSS 4
Managing Change
BUSS 4
External Environment
BUSS 3 & 4
Revision
BUSS 3 & 4
Revision
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Safety in Science
Cells
Energy
Particles
Atoms and Elements
Forces and Space
Reproduction
Rocks and Weathering
Electricity
Ecology
Light
Chemical Reactions
Digestion and Respiration
Pressure and Sound
Plants and Photosynthesis
Metals and Reactivity
Chemistry around us
Heat Transfers
Microbes and Disease
9 Chemical Reactions Developing key investigation skills GCSE course begins
C1.1 Fundamental Ideas in Chemistry
GCSE
C1.2 Limestone and Building Materials
GCSE
C1.2 Limestone and Building Materials
C1.3 Metals and their uses
GCSE
C1.3 Metals and their uses
10 GCSE GCSE
C1.4 Crude Oil and Fuels
C1.5 Other useful substances from Crude oil
GCSE
C1.6 Plant oils and their uses
C1.7 Changes in the Earth and its atmosphere.
Core Science
C1.7 Changes in the Earth and its atmosphere
Triple Science
Acids, Bases and Salts
Core Science
C2.1 Structure and bonding
C2.2 How structure influences properties
Triple Science
Atoms, Periodic table, Calculations
Core Science
Revision for Unit 1
Triple Science
Carbon Chemsitry
Earth Science (Unit 1 revision)
Core Science
Revision and External Exam – Unit C1
Triple Science
Electrolysis
11 GCSE Core Science
C2.4 Rates of Reaction
Triple Science
Energy in Chemical reactions
Core Science
C2.5 Exothermic and Endothermic reactions
Triple Science
Rates of Reaction
Core Science
C2.6 Acids, Bases and Salts
C2.7 Electrolysis
Triple Science
Structure and Bonding
Core Science
C2.3 Quantitative Chemistry
Triple Science
Water
Core Science
Revision and External Exams – Unit 2
Triple Science
Revision and External exams – Unit 1, 2 and 3
Core Science: Revision and External Exams – Unit 2 Triple Science – Revision and External exams – Unit 1, 2 and 3
12 AS AS Chemistry Unit 1
1.1
Atomic Structure
1.2 Amount of Substance
1.3 Bonding
AS Chemistry Unit 1
1.4 Periodicity
1.5 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
1.6 Alkanes
AS Chemistry Unit 2
2.1 Redox reactions
2.2 The Halogen
2.3 Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals
2.4 Extraction of Metals
2.5 Energetics
2.6 Kinetics
ISA Practicals
AS Chemistry Unit 2
2.7 Equilibria
2.8 Alkenes
2.9 Haloalkenes
2.10 Alcohols
2.11 Analytical Techniques
AS Chemistry Unit 2
Revision and External Exams – Unit 1 and 2
A2 Chemistry Unit 4
4.1 Kinetics
4.4 Isomerism
4.11 Structure Determination
13 A2 A2 Chemistry Unit 4
4.2 Equilibria
4.3 Acids and Bases
4.5 Carbonyl Chemistry
4.6 Aromatic Structures
A2 Chemistry Unit 4
4.7 Amines
4.8 Amino Acids
4.9 Polymers4.10 Organic Synthesis
A2 Chemistry Unit 5
5.1 Thermodynamics
5.2 Periodicity
5.3 Redox Equilibria
5.4 Transition Metals
ISA Practicals
A2 Chemistry Unit 5
5.5 Inorganic Compounds in Aqueous Solutions
A2 Chemistry
Revision and External Exams – Unit 4 and 5
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1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Introduction to Drama and Character Circus and Mime Working with Text and Script Writing
8 Bullying/Peer Pressure/Humpty Dumpty Silent Film/Slapstick Shakespeare/Macbeth
9 Soap Opera/Devising In Holland Stands a House (Anne Frank) Bugsy Malone
10 GCSE Introduction to Drama
Responding to Stimuli
Working with Text
Blue Remembered Hills (42402) Blue Remembered Hills (42402) Theatre in Education (42402)
Introduction to Exam(42401)
Theatre in Education (42402)
Exam Work (42401)
Theatre in Education (42402)
Exam Work (42401)
Blood Brothers (42402)
11 GCSE Blood Brothers (42402)
Exam Work (42401)
Blood Brothers (42402)
Exam work (42401)
Improvisation (42402)
Exam Work (42401)
Improvisation (42402)
Exam Work (42401)
Moderation (42402)
EXAM (42401)
12 AS Theatre Timeline
Practitioner Overview (6DR01)
Metamorphosis
A Doll’s House
Coursework
Live Performance Evaluation (6DR01)
Metamorphosis
A Doll’s House
Coursework
Live Performance Evaluation (6DR01)
Practical Exam Rehearsa
lMonologues and Group Pieces (6DR02)
Practical Exam (6DR02) Set Text Choice
Devising Companies
Devising Methods
Response to Stimuli (6DR03 and 6DR04)
13 A2 Devising
SWED (6DR03)
Set Text Work (6DR04)
Devising
SWED (6DR03)
Set Text Work
Live Performance (6DR04)
Devising Performances
SWED Complete (6DR03)
Set Text Work
Live Performance (6DR04)
Set Text Work
Live Performance
Exam Prep (6DR04)
Set Text Work
Live Performance Exam Prep (6DR04)
Exam (6DR03)
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7 During the course of the year students will experience a carousel of projects that will introduce them to a range of materials and key skills. Each project is nine weeks in length and will include a combination of design and making activities. The projects in year 7 are: Culture Cushions: a textile project where students design and make a small decorative cushion influenced by African symbols, Tangram: a wood based project where students learn properties of manmade woods and how to use a variety of different joints, Food Technology: students learn how to work safely and hygienically in the kitchen, they produce a range of different dishes that will develop their knife skills and will enable them to safely use the hob and oven, Jewellery: students design and make a piece of jewellery using copper and aluminium.
8 During the course of the year students will experience a carousel of projects that will develop students’ knowledge and understanding of materials and process. Each project is nine weeks in length and will include a combination of design and making activities. The projects in year 8 are: Alessi Chocolate: students are introduced to the design group Alessi and using their products and style as their influence they use CAD (computer Aided Design) to design and make packaging for a luxury chocolate, the vac former will be used to make the mould for the luxury chocolate, How Food works: students will develop and refine the practical skills established in year 7 and will gain understanding of the functional qualities of ingredients and food products, Cultural clocks: students will use CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacture) to design and make a wall hanging clock using plastics, Hot Textiles: this project introduces the importance of the role of the designer in producing environmentally friendly products, students will work with waste plastic packaging that will be fused together to create their own fabric which will be used to make a small carrying device such as an iphone case.
9 During the course of year 9 students complete a wide variety of activities that are designed to develop knowledge and understanding of materials, techniques and the design process. These activities will not only support student progression if they opt into the subject for GCSE but will also develop a wide range of life skills. The activities vary in length from short focused practical tasks to longer 6 week projects. Some of the themes covered during the course of the year include: green design, structures, designing for a client, and cultural foods. Students will experience a broad range of materials and over the course of the year will work individually, in pairs and small groups.
10 GCSE FOOD: Small cakes project: students learn a variety of cake making methods and finishing techniques

Product Design: Wood skills: students complete focused practical tasks to develop knowledge and understanding of properties and uses of woods.

FOOD: Breads project: students learn how to make a range of different breads

Product Design: Drawing skills: use of 1 and 2 point perspective, isometric drawing and CAD.

FOOD: Cereals project: students design and make different dishes utilising cereals such as rice

Product Design: Packaging: functions of packaging, materials and impact on the environment.

FOOD: Cook-Chill project: with a focus on cultural foods students design and make food products suitable to be sold in the cook-chill section of the supermarket

Product Design: Point of Sale project: students learn how products are promoted and the importance and use of graphics and corporate branding in this.

FOOD: SMART foods: introduction to new technologies and advancements in the food industry prior to starting controlled assessment task

Product Design: Controlled assessment: students are set their design brief and begin initial research.

FOOD: Controlled assessment: initial research for controlled assessment task

Product Design: Controlled assessment: students are refine initial research and begin to model initial design ideas.

11 GCSE FOOD: Controlled assessment: initial design ideas for food products. Students begin to make first 6 dishes

Product Design: Controlled assessment: development of initial design ideas. Design development into final solution

FOOD: Controlled assessment: completion of first 6 dishes and identification of chosen dish. Disassembly of a similar product, 4-6 practical developments of chosen dish

Product Design: Controlled assessment: practical work students make final outcome.

FOOD: Controlled assessment: production of final dish and evaluation

Product Design: Controlled assessment: refinement of made outcome. Evaluations.

FOOD: Revision of theory content for examination

Product Design: Revision of theory content for examination

FOOD: Revision of theory content for examination

Product Design: Revision of theory content for examination

12 AS 4 week introductory project focusing on design process

Controlled Assessment PROD2: Portfolio 1 – Designer Influences.

Controlled Assessment PROD2: Completion of Portfolio 1 – Designer Influences

Controlled Assessment PROD2: Portfolio 2 – Green Design.

Controlled Assessment PROD2: Completion of Portfolio 2 – Green Design. PROD1: section B – materials and processes. PROD1: section C – critical analysis. Individual research for PROD4 controlled assessment project.
13 A2 Controlled Assessment PROD4: ongoing research and design ideas
PROD3: designers, iconic design and consumers.
Controlled Assessment PROD4: design ideas begin making
PROD3: environment and design, legislation.
Controlled Assessment PROD4: Making
PROD3: manufacturing processes and materials – woods and plastics
Controlled Assessment PROD4: Evaluation of made outcome
PROD3: manufacturing processes and materials – metals and SMART materials.
Revision and practice papers.
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7 ‘Who dunnit’
Focus on crime fiction through a range of short stories and non-fiction writing
Literacy – Word classes, homophones, sentences punctuation.
‘Who dunnit
Focus on crime fiction through a range of short stories and non-fiction writing
Literacy – Word classes, homophones, sentences punctuation.
‘For the Love of Reading’
Class reading of a novel and myths and legends
Literacy – Prepositions, plurals, sentence structures, apostrophe, exclamation, question marks.
‘For the Love of Reading’
Class reading of a novel and myths and legends
Literacy – Prepositions, plurals, sentence structures, apostrophe, exclamation, question marks.
An introduction to Shakespeare through ‘The Tempest’
Poetry
Literacy – Verb tenses, subordinate clauses, proof-reading.
An introduction to Shakespeare through ‘The Tempest’
Poetry
Literacy – Verb tenses, subordinate clauses, proof-reading.
8 ‘Character and Voice’
Drama text
Autobiography
Poetry
Literacy – Auxiliary and modal verbs; apostrophes; declarative, imperative, interrogative and explamative sentences; paragraphs.
‘Character and Voice’
Drama text
Autobiography
Poetry
Literacy – Auxiliary and modal verbs; apostrophes; declarative, imperative, interrogative and explamative sentences; paragraphs.
‘Place’
Travel Unit – Literary non-fiction and advertising
Gothic texts
Literacy – Clause and phrase; prefix and suffix; revision of basic punctuation; polysyllabic spellings.
‘Place’
Travel Unit – Literary non-fiction and advertising
Gothic texts
Literacy – Clause and phrase; prefix and suffix; revision of basic punctuation; polysyllabic spellings.
‘Language in the World Today’
Class reading of a novel
Study of idiolect and rhetoric
Literacy – Noun phrases; homophones; subject and object; proof-reading.
‘Language in the World Today’
Class reading of a novel
Study of idiolect and rhetoric
Literacy – Noun phrases; homophones; subject and object; proof-reading.
9 ’Change and Conflict’
Poetry and non-fiction extracts
‘Henry V’
Literacy- Verb forms; figures of speech; active and passive voice; semi-colons and colons; synonyms.
’Change and Conflict’
Poetry and non-fiction extracts
‘Henry V’
Literacy- Verb forms; figures of speech; active and passive voice; semi-colons and colons; synonyms.
‘World Literature’
‘Of Mice and Men’
Anthology of writing from around the world
Personal and informal letters
Literacy – determiners; use of register; irregular spelling rules.
‘World Literature’
‘Of Mice and Men’
Anthology of writing from around the world
Personal and informal letters
Literacy – determiners; use of register; irregular spelling rules.
Preparation for GCSE
‘Lord of the Flies’.
Preparation for GCSE
‘Lord of the Flies’.
10 GCSE ‘Lord of the Flies’ – Literature paper 2 section A
Study of fiction and non-fiction in preparation for Language papers 1 and 2, section A.
‘Lord of the Flies’ – Literature paper 2 section A
Study of fiction and non-fiction in preparation for Language papers 1 and 2, section A.
Poetry – English Literature paper 2
Creative writing – Language paper 1 section B.
Poetry – English Literature paper 2
Creative writing – Language paper 1 section B.
‘Jekyll and Hyde’
Literature paper 1 section A.
‘Jekyll and Hyde’
Literature paper 1 section A.
11 GCSE Literature controlled assessment – Shakespeare and Literary heritage
Preparation for the Unit 1 Language examination
Opportunities to complete speaking and listening assessments
Improvement of controlled assessments for GCSE Language
Language examination – completion of the Language course
Literature controlled assessment – Shakespeare and the Literary Heritage.
Completion of the Shakespeare controlled assessment
Study of Literature prose text 2.
Literature exam preparation: Text 1, Text 2 and poetry. Final preparation and revision of the 2 texts for the Modern Texts examination.
12 ASLanguage Language and the Individual – Paper 1
An introduction to linguistic terminology
Representation of men and women in the media
Asymmetry & derogation
Stereotyping
Marked forms of expression
Male and female speech styles
Theorists and research
Familect in speech and written texts
Features of multi-modal language
Face-to-face vs multi-modal talk
Meanings and representations in multimodality
Variation in multimodality
Attitudes towards multi-modal language
Power in written texts
Power in advertising
Power in spoken language
Politeness & face theory
Language and the Individual – Paper 1
Understanding the relationship between language and occupation
Occupational language and power
Native English use in occupations
Approaching and analysing data
Essay & exam skills
Language Varieties – Paper 2
Identity and Language Variation
An introduction to children’s language development
Teenage Talk
Elderspeak
Theorists and research
Early immigration and language
Multicultural Language
Representations of ethnicity
Language Varieties – Paper 2
Exploring how regional accents vary
Attitudes toward non-standard varieties
Attitudes to accent
Exploring the relationship between language and social groups
Social groups and language change over time
Social network theory
Communication Accommodation Theory
Exploring the relationship between language and social class
The deficit model
Examined Component – Revision
Transition
Preparing for coursework
Introduction of the idea of the Language Investigation
Students undertake an individual investigation of 2,000 words. Focus on wider reading, transcription, data collection etc
Students will also produce a piece of original writing and a commentary of 1,500 in total
12 ASLiterature Introduction to tragedy
‘The Great Gatsby’
‘Othello’
Introduction to tragedy
‘The Great Gatsby’
‘Othello’
Keats narrative poetry
‘Death of a Salesman’
Keats narrative poetry
‘Death of a Salesman’
Revision and practice for the Tragedy examination
Preparation for A2 coursework
Revision and practice for the Tragedy examination
Preparation for A2 coursework
13 A2 Examined Component – Spoken Language Development
Introduction to the unit – feral children and critical period
How sounds are formed
Stages of language development, in terms of lexis, semantics, phonology, grammar
Child directed speech
Politeness and pragmatics
Language acquisition theorists
Coursework – Language Investigation, design and data collection
Examined Component – Literacy Development
Exploration of the mechanisms that allow children to learn written language (LAD, critical period etc.)
How children learn to read, including phonics (linked to wider national debate), reading books, classroom strategies etc
How children learn to write, including teaching practice, exploration of genre, stages, spelling, orthography etc
Coursework -,Language Investigation, analysis and writing up
All coursework to be completed.
Examined Component – Revision
Mock exam feedback
Review key topics (use of AFL to target)
Judicious use of timed essay practice
Focus on exam and essay skills
How children are supported in becoming literate
Data scrutiny
13 A2 Unit 3: Introduction to Gothic; ‘Wuthering Heights’ and ‘Dr Faustus’
Unit 4: Preparation of the Critical Approaches essay and Study for the comparative essay coursework.
Unit 3: ‘Wuthering Heights’ and ‘Dr Faustus’
Unit 4: Preparation of the comparative coursework.
Unit 3: ‘Wuthering Heights’; ‘Dr Faustus’ and ‘Northanger Abbey’
Both pieces of coursework to be completed.
Revision of texts for the Unit 3 examination. Final revision and practice for the examination.
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Personal information My family School Free time Food Revision
8 My home My local area Sports Sports Free time Revision
9 Fashion Historical personalities Holidays The French-speaking world Start GCSE course Start GCSE course
10 GCSE Personal information Shopping Free time My local area Education and employment Education and employment
11 GCSE Work experience Holidays Tourism Lifestyles
GCSE Reading and listening exam practice
GCSE Reading and listening exam practice
12 AS Transitional module Youth cultureLifestyles Education Environment
GCE AS Exam practice
GCE AS Exam practice
Speaking exam (Unit 1) Understanding and Written response (Unit 2)
Literature
13 A2 Literature ‘Un Sac de Billes’
The arts
Society
Literature ‘Un Sac de Billes’
The arts
Society
Oral preparation
Literature ‘Un Sac de Billes’
Global issues
Ethics
Oral preparation
Literature ‘Un Sac de Billes’
Global issues
Ethics
Oral preparation
GCE A2 Exam Practice
Oral preparation
Speaking exam (Unit 3)
Research, Understanding and written response
(Unit 4)
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Log on and create folders – Cyberbullying project Introduction to spreadsheets Introduction to programming – Scratch Python Programming Using the Internet – Mythbusters Creative media project – Audacity / Moviemaker
8 Building a website – Dreamweaver / HTML Python Programming – creation of an app prototype Python Programming – How to Draw Viruses and Cryptography Hardware and Software Spreadsheets
9 E-waste and the effects it causes – Infographics Python – Programming techniques Binary / Representing Images / Text and Sound Computational Logic and Algorithms HTML / JavaScript Networks and Computer Systems
10 Storage / Architecture / Wifi and Wired networks Network protocols and topologies / Memory / System Security System Software / Ethics / Algorithms Algorithms / Data Representation / Programming Techniques Programming Techniques / Data Representation Programming Techniques / Computational Logic
11 Controlled Assessment – Creation of an application using programming
techniques
Controlled Assessment – Creation of an application using programming
techniques
Computer systems revision and exam preparation Computational Logic / Algorithms / Programming exam preparation Computer systems revision and exam preparation Computational Logic / Algorithms / Programming exam preparation
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
7 The Roman Empire – Rise and Fall Medieval Realms
1066 – 1500
Medieval Realms/ Islamic Civilizations
8 The TudorsThe impact of the Reformation The English Civil War and its consequences Black Peoples of America
Industrial Revolution
9 The First World War and causes of WWII Key Events during WWII
(Blitz, Dunkirk, Atomic bomb, Pearl Harbour, Barbarossa, Holocaust)
The origins of the Cold War
Cuba and Vietnam
Modern Day Terrorism
10GCSE International Relations (1918 – 1945)
Treaty of Versailles
League of Nations
International Relations continued
The Road to War
Germany (Preparation for Controlled Assessment)
Controlled AssessmentAmerica (Red Scare and Civil Rights Movement)Mock Examination Paper 1
11GCSE The Liberal Reforms 1906 – 1914
How did women achieve the vote?
Mock Examination Paper 2
Home Front: Britain during War 1914 – 1918
Revision Paper 2
Revision and Examination Practise
Paper 1 and Paper 2
12 AS Russian
1. Alexander II
2. Alexander III
3. Nicholas II (1905 Revolution)
4. Mock Exam

British
Liberal landslide victory 1906
Liberal Welfare Reforms
Constitutional Crisis
Rise of the Labour Party
The Irish Question

Russian
1.How stable was Tsarist Regime in 1914?
2 Impact of WWI
3.February and October Revolutions 1917
4.Mock Exam

British
The campaign for Women’s Suffrage
British Foreign Policy
The Impact of World War One

Russian
1. Exam preparation and Revision
2. Consolidation of Bolshevik control 1917 – 1924 (Preparation for Year 13)

British
Exam preparation and Revision
The Fall of Lloyd George (Year 13 Module)

13 A2 Russian
1. Rise of Stalin
2. Collectivisation/ 5 Year Plan’s
3. Stalin’s Purges
4. WWII
5. Khrushchev
6. Brezhnev, Andropov, Chernechenko
7. Gorbachev and Collapse of the Soviet Empire

British
The Impact of World War 1
Evaluation of the Lloyd George Coaltion
Why did Lloyd George fall from power?
The Declines of the Liberal Party
The Rise of the Labour Party and their first two governments
The Dominance of the Conservative Party in the interwar Period
The General Strike of 1926
Economy and Society in the 1930s
The Failure of Extremism
Growth of mass communication and leisure

Russian
Drafting and refining of individual Historical Enquiry

British
Overview of WWII
Political, Economic and Social Impact of War
The Attlee Government
The Formation of the NHS and Welfare State
Analysis of the 1945 Election
Nationalisation
British Economic Decline
Analysis of the 1951 election
The Conservative Government of the 1950s
The Suez Crisis
Conservative Decline in the 1960s

Russian
Supporting Unit 3 British history. Timed essays, additional lessons

British
Themes in British History
Conservative Dominance
The Rise of Socialism
Economic Decline
Leadership
Social levelling and Rising living standards
War as a locomotive of History

Revision
Revision of all topics including weekly timed essays.

Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Personal information My family School Hobbies My home Food
8 My local area Fashion and shopping Holidays Family and friends Daily routine Festivals and celebrations
9 Hobbies Health and fitness Going on a trip Environment School and future plans Start GCSE course
10 GCSE Media CA on Media
Holidays
School
( CA -depending on the set)
Family and Personal Relationships Health and Fitness
CA Writing
Job and Employment
Work experience
11 GCSE House and Home Weather and Environment Free Time and Hobbies Revision and CA catch up Exam preparation
12 AS Family issues
Youth culture and concerns
Health
Youth culture and concerns
Health
Technology
Travel
The Environment
Education
Work
Travel
The Environment
Education
Work
Speaking exam (Unit 1) Understanding and Written response (Unit 2) Introduction to A2
13 A2 National and international affairs
Customs, traditions, belief and religions
Customs, traditions, belief and religions
Literature and the arts
Discursive essays
A2 grammar and structures
Unit 3 speaking debate
Mocks
Practise speaking
Practise essays
Exam preparation
Speaking exam (Unit 3)
Research, Understanding and written response(Unit 4)
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
10 GCSE
OCR
A911
Health, Social Care & Early Years Provision
Task 2
A911
Health, Social Care & Early Years Provision
Task 3
A911
Health, Social Care & Early Years Provision
Task 4
A911
Health, Social Care & Early Years Provision
Task 1
A911
Health, Social Care & Early Years Provision
Task 5
A911
Health, Social Care & Early Years Provision
Amendments
11 GCSE
OCR
A911
Health, Social Care & Early Years Provision
Amendments
A912
Understanding Personal Development and Relationships
The stages and pattern of human development and growth.
A912
Understanding Personal Development and Relationships
The different factors that can affect human growth.
A912
Understanding Personal Development and Relationships
The development of self-concept and different types of relationships.
A912
Understanding Personal Development and Relationships
Major life changes and sources of support
A912
Understanding Personal Development and Relationships
Revision
12 AS
EDEXCEL
Unit 2
Communication and Values
Assessment Objective 1&2
Unit 3
Positive Care Environments
Assessment Objective 1&2
Unit 2
Communication and Values
Assessment Objective 3&4
Unit 3 Positive Care Environments
Assessment Objective 3&4
Unit 2
Communication and Values
Amendments
Unit 3
Positive Care Environments
Amendments
Unit 1
Human Growth and Development
Life Stages, Factors that affect development
Unit 1
Human Growth and Development
Health Promotion
Revision
Unit 8
Health Promotion
Assessment Objective 1&2
13 A2EDEXCEL Unit 7
Meeting Individual Needs
Structure of services
Unit 8
Health Promotion
Assessment Objective 3&4
Unit 7
Meeting Individual Needs
Meeting Needs
Unit 8
Health Promotion
Amendments
Unit 7
Meeting Individual Needs
Professional Roles
Unit 9
Investigating Disease
Assessment Objective 1&2
Unit 7
Meeting Individual Needs
Quality Assurance
Unit 9
Investigating Disease
Assessment Objective 3&4
Unit 7
Meeting Individual Needs
Revision
Unit 9
Investigating Disease
Amendments
Unit 7
Meeting Individual Needs
Revision
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Earth’s Story: it’s your planet! Geographical Skills
United Kingdom.
Weather & Climate and Associated Hazards Flooding SUMMATIVE TEST
Urbanisation
Local Geography
Solihull
Fieldwork
8 Population
The World of Work (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and Quaternary Sectors).
Planet in Peril?
(Resources and the Environment)
Rivers & Coasts Environmental Regions (World Ecosystems) SUMMATIVE TEST
Spotlight on Africa (Kenya)
World Issues
9 World at War Plate Tectonics (Earthquakes & Volcanoes)
International Development
Glaciation SUMMATIVE TEST
Spotlight on Asia (China and India)
GCSE course begins
Human Geography
Tourism
Human Geography
Tourism
Geographical Skills
10 GCSE GCSE :The Coastal Zone GCSE :Changing Urban Environments GCSE:Changing Urban Environments GCSE :Water on the Land GCSE :Water on the Land GCSE :Fieldwork /
Controlled Assessment
11 GCSE GCSE:Fieldwork / Controlled Assessment GCSE:The Restless Earth GCSE:Population GCSE :Revision of Tourism GCSE : Revision programme for Units 1 and 2 exams
12 AS Physical Geography
Rivers, Floods and Management

Human Geography
Population

Unit 2: Geographical Skills Fieldwork

Physical Geography
Rivers, Floods and Management

Human Geography
Population

Unit 2: Geographical Skills Fieldwork

Physical Geography
Coastal Environments

Human Geography
Energy Issues

Unit 2: Geographical Skills Fieldwork

Physical Geography
Coastal Environments.

Human Geography
Energy Issues

Unit 2: Geographical Skills Fieldwork
Revision Programme for Unit 1 and Unit 2 exams

Revision Programme for Unit 1 and Unit 2 exams
A2 Course begins

Physical Geography
Tectonic Activity and Associated Hazards

Human Geography
World Cities

A2 Course

Physical Geography
Tectonic Activity and Associated Hazards

Human Geography
World Cities

13 A2 Physical Geography
Tectonic Activity and Associated Hazards

Human Geography
World Cities

Physical Geography
Weather & Climate and Associated Hazards

Human Geography
World Cities / Contemporary Geographical Conflicts

Physical Geography
Weather & Climate and Associated Hazards

Human Geography
Contemporary Geographical Conflicts
Revision Programme for Unit 3 exam (throughout term)

Physical Geography
Weather & Climate and Associated Hazards

Human Geography
Contemporary Geographical Conflicts

Unit 4b
Geographical Issues Evaluation.

Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Transition Unit
Types of Number, Arithmetic, Negatives, Calculator use
7.1 – Number Skills
Fractions, Decimals, Percentages, FDP, Ratio
7.2 Algebra Basics
Simplifying, Substitution
7.3 – Shapes 1
2D/3D Shapes, Angle Facts, Measuring Angles 
7.4 Equations
Solve Equations, Trial and Improvement, Simultaneous Equations
7.5 ProbabilityProbability Number Line, Listing Outcomes, Experimental and Theoretical Probability
7.6 Ratio and Proportion
Simplifying, Problem Solving, Direct Proportion
7.7 Shapes 2
Measures, Perimeter, Area, Volume, Surface Area
7.8 Averages
Mean, Mode, Median, Range, Grouped Data, Comparing Data
7.9 Transformation
Translation, Reflection, Rotation, Enlargement,Symmetry
7.10 Sequences
Number/Picture sequences, nth Term Rule
7.11 Graphs
Coordinates, Function Machines, Plotting Graphs, y=mx+c, Real Life Graphs
End of Year Exam
7.12 Construction
Measure and Draw accurately (Compass, Protractor, Ruler), Construction Techniques
7.13 Representing DataCharts and Graphs, Questionnaires, Data Collection
8 8.1 Number Recap
Arithmetic, Negatives, BIDMAS, Types of Number, Powers and Roots, Standard Form
8.2 – Algebraic Manipulation
Simplifying Expressions, Factorising, Substitution
8.3 Fractions
Equivalence, Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, Problem Solving
8.4 Ratio and Proportion
Simplifying, Proportion, Similarity, Problem Solving
8.5 Graphs
Coordinates, Function Machines, Plotting Graphs, y=mx+c, Real Life Graphs, Quadratic, Cubic, Solving
8.6 Shapes
Measures, 2D/3D Shapes, Perimeter, Area, Volume
8.7 – Averages
Mean, Mode, Median, Range, Types of Data, Grouped Data, Moving Averages, Interquartile Range
8.8 Angles
Compass Points, Bearings, Measure and Draw Angles, Angle Facts, Proof
8.9 More Numbers
Percentages, Decimals, Rounding and Estimation, Calculator use
8.10 Formulae
Substitution, Derive Formulae, Change the Subject.
8.11 Pythagoras
Square numbers and Roots, Apply Pythagoras’ Theorem, Problem Solving
8.12 – Equations
Construct and Solve, Simultaneous Equations, Linear Inequalities
8.13 – Shapes 2
Transformations, Similarity, Construction, Loci, Trigonometry.
8.14 Representing Data
Charts and Graphs, Questionnaires, Data Handling Cycle, Investigation
8.15 Sequences
Picture, Linear, Quadratic, Triangle Numbers, nth Term
End of Year Exam
8.16 Probability
Number Lines, Listing Outcomes, Relative Frequency, Tree Diagrams.
9 Higher 9.1 Algebra Essentials
Simplifying, Substitution, Equations
9.2 Numbers
Key Skills, Fractions, Decimals, Percentages
9.3 Transformations
Symmetry, Four Transformations, Similarity
9.4 Graphs
Coordinates, Linear, Quadratic, Cubic, Inequalities, Real Life Graphs, y=mx+c, Simultaneous Equations
9.5 Area and Volume
Simple and Compound Shapes, Circles, Volume and Surface Area
9.6 Angles
Angle Facts and Proof, Bearings, Measure and Draw Angles, Circle Theorems
End of KS3 Exam
GCSE Course Begins
Algebraic Manipulation and Formulae
Collecting Like Terms, Expanding Brackets, Factorising, Completing the Square, Factorising Quadratics, Rearranging Formulae
Linear Equations and Simultaneous Equations
Solving Linear Equations involving two step equations
Solving simultaneous equations (elimination and substitution)
Collecting Data
Cumulative Frequency, Histograms.
Probability
Independent Events, Dependent Events, Tree Diagrams
Pythagoras’ Theorem
Finding unknown side lengths, 3D Pythagoras.
Quadratic Equations
Solving quadratic equations by factorising, completing the square and using the formula
Quadratic Graphs
Plotting quadratic graphs, sketching quadratic graphs, transforming graphs.Scatter Diagrams
Plotting scatter graphs, drawing lines of best fit.
9 Foundation 9.1 Algebra Essentials
Simplifying, Substitution, Equations
9.2 Numbers
Key Skills, Fractions, Decimals, Percentages
9.3 Transformations
Symmetry, Four Transformations, Similarity
9.4 Graphs
Coordinates, Linear, Quadratic, Cubic, Inequalities, Real Life Graphs, y=mx+c, Simultaneous Equations
9.5 Area and Volume
Simple and Compound Shapes, Circles, Volume and Surface Area
9.6 Angles
Angle Facts and Proof, Bearings, Measure and Draw Angles, Circle Theorems
End of KS3 Exam
GCSE Course Begins
Basic Algebra
Collecting Like Terms, Expanding Brackets, Factorising
Equations and Inequalities
Solving equations and inequalities
Collecting Data
Grouped and ungrouped data, two-way tables, frequency polygons, bar charts, pie charts.
Probability
Calculate probabilities of events, list all outcomes, draw a probability scale
Pythagoras’ Theorem
Use Pythagoras’ Theorem to calculate missing side lengths.
Formulae and Algebraic Argument
Form equations, substitution, and support or verify an argument using algebra
Sequences
Generate terms of a sequence and find the nth term
2D and 3D Representations of Shape
Draw elevations of shapes and nets of 3D shapes
Scatter Graphs
Plotting scatter graphs, drawing lines of best fit.
10 GCSE HIGHER Number
Power and roots, Prime factors, Rounding.Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
With and without a calculator. Percentages and Fractions of amounts, Percentage increase/decrease, Reverse Percentages
Algebraic Manipulation and Formulae
Collecting Like Terms, Expanding Brackets, Factorising, Completing the Square, Factorising Quadratics, Rearranging Formulae
Transformations
Rotations, Reflections, Translations, Enlargement, Symmetry, Congruency.
Equations
Solving Linear Equations involving two step equations
Quadratic Equations
Solving quadratic equations by factorising, completing the square and using the formula
Inequalities
Solving inequalities, including double sided inequalities. Using graphs to represent inequalities
Indices and Standard Form
Using the rules to simplify indices. Converting between standard form and original numbers, including their applications.
Representing Data
Constructing cumulative frequency diagrams, constructing histograms, constructing stem and leaf diagrams. Comparing Data.2D and 3D Representation of Shape including Loci
Constructing perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors. Constructing triangles using SAS, ASA, SSS. Representing areas from loci problems
Properties of Angles and Shape
Calculating missing angles, understanding the angle rules.
Statistical Measures
Calculating all averages, including measures of spread and the lower and upper quartiles
Vectors
Calculating with vectors. Representing routes with vectors
Measures and Bearings
Using scales to determine distances on a diagram. Using bearings
Surds
Simplifying surds. Rationalising the denominator.
Trigonometry
Pythagoras’ Theorem. SOHCAHTOA
Sine and cosine rule
Formula for the area of triangles.
Circle Theorems
To apply the circle theorems to find missing angles
Algebraic Proof
Construct proofs to validate a result.
10GCSE FOUNDATION Number
Rounding
Power and Roots, Multiplication and Division problems
Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
Fractions and Percentages of Amounts, Converting between them, Calculate with decimals
Ratio
Simplify Ratios
Algebraic Manipulation
Collecting Like Terms, Expanding Brackets, Factorising.Scatter Graphs
Plotting scatter graphs, drawing lines of best fit.
Angles
Calculate missing angles, understand what parallel and perpendicular lines are, use angles rules, and calculate missing angles in polygons
Sequences
Calculate missing terms in a sequence, calculate the nth term, work with sequences of patterns
Probability
Calculate the probability of an event. Use a probability scale, determine relative frequencies
Equations and Inequalities
Solving equations and inequalities. 
2D and 3D Representations of Shapes
Draw elevations of shapes and nets of 3D shapes
Coordinates and Graphs
Plotting and reading coordinates. Constructing linear graphs.Linear Graphs
Constructing linear graphs and determining the equations of lines (which includes the gradient)
Pythagoras’ Theorem
Use Pythagoras’ Theorem to calculate missing side lengths
Representing Data
Constructing bar charts, pie charts and other frequency diagrams and comparing distributions.
Bearings
Measure bearings and construct diagrams given bearings and scales. To convert between units
Properties of Polygons and Circles
To be able to name shapes and state the properties of them. Including circles.Perimeter, Area and Volume
To calculate the perimeter, area and volume. Including circles and compound shapes
Statistical Measures
To calculate all averages and measures of spread and provide comparisons.
Quadratic Graphs
Interpret graphs showing real-life situations. Estimate values from graphs
Transformations
Rotations, Reflections, Translations, Enlargement, Symmetry, Congruency.
Indices
Identify multiples, factors and prime factors. Solve equations involving squares. Use index laws
Constructions and Loci
Make accurate drawings, construct bisectors and shapes
Measures
Estimations, Measure and draw lines, Conversions.
11 GCSE HIGHER Surds
Simplify surds, rationalise the denominator
Measures
Converting between imperial and metric units. Map scales. Bearings
Inequalities
To be able to solve inequalities. 
Vectors
Calculating with vectors. Representing routes with vectors
Shapes, Constructions and Loci
Constructing perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors. Constructing triangles using SAS, ASA and SSS. Representing areas from loci problems
Revision
Targeted Teaching
Class teacher will decide what work the class need to cover.
Targeted Teaching
Class teacher will decide what work the class need to cover.
Revision Revision
10 GCSE FOUNDATION Number
Rounding, Power and Roots, Multiplication and Division problems
Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
Fractions and Percentages of Amounts, Converting between them, Calculate with decimals
Ratio
Simplify Ratios
Algebraic Manipulation
Collecting Like Terms, Expanding Brackets, Factorising
Scatter Graphs
Plotting scatter graphs, drawing lines of best fit.
Angles
Calculate missing angles, understand what parallel and perpendicular lines are, use angles rules, and calculate missing angles in polygons
Sequences
Calculate missing terms in a sequence, calculate the nth term, work with sequences of patterns
Probability
Calculate the probability of an event. Use a probability scale, determine relative frequencies
Equations and Inequalities
Solving equations and inequalities. 
2D and 3D Representations of Shapes
Draw elevations of shapes and nets of 3D shapes
Coordinates and Graphs
Plotting and reading coordinates. Constructing linear graphs
Linear Graphs
Constructing linear graphs and determining the equations of lines (which includes the gradient)
Pythagoras’ TheoremUse Pythagoras’ Theorem to calculate missing side lengths.Representing DataConstructing bar charts, pie charts and other frequency diagrams and comparing distributions.
Bearings
Measure bearings and construct diagrams given bearings and scales. To convert between units
Properties of Polygons and Circles
To be able to name shapes and state the properties of them
Including circles
Perimeter
Area and Volume
To calculate the perimeter, area and volume. Including circles and compound shapes
Statistical Measures
To calculate all averages and measures of spread and provide comparisons.
Quadratic Graphs
Interpret graphs showing real-life situations. Estimate values from graphs
Transformations
Rotations, Reflections, Translations, Enlargement, Symmetry, Congruency.
Indices
Identify multiples, factors and prime factors. Solve equations involving squares. Use index laws
Constructions and Loci
Make accurate drawings, construct bisectors and shapes
Measures
Estimations, Measure and draw lines, Conversions.
11 GCSE HIGHER Surds
Simplify surds, rationalise the denominator
Measures
Converting between imperial and metric units. Map scales. Bearings
Inequalities
To be able to solve inequalities. 
Vectors
Calculating with vectors. Representing routes with vectors.Shapes, Constructions and Loci
Constructing perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors. Constructing triangles using SAS, ASA and SSS. Representing areas from loci problems
Revision
Targeted Teaching
Class teacher will decide what work the class need to cover.
Targeted Teaching
Class teacher will decide what work the class need to cover.
Revision Revision
11 GCSE FOUNDATION Algebraic Manipulation
Collecting Like Terms, Expanding Brackets, Factorising
Solving equations and inequalities
Pythagoras’ Theorem
Use Pythagoras’ Theorem to calculate missing side lengths.
Quadratic Graphs
Interpret graphs showing real-life situations. Estimate values from graphs.Number and Percentages
Rounding, Power and Roots, Multiplication and Division problems
Fractions and Percentages of Amounts, Converting between them, Calculate with decimals.
Targeted Teaching
Class teacher will decide what work the class need to cover.
Targeted Teaching
Class teacher will decide what work the class need to cover.
Revision Revision
11 FMGCSE Index Laws
Fractional and Negative Indices
Introductory Calculus
Differentiation including first principles. Gradients of tangents and normal
Calculus
Applications
Determining coordinates of stationary points and their nature. Finding where functions are increasing and decreasing
Surds
Manipulating surds
Rationalising the denominator
Basic Algebra
Expanding brackets and factorising expressions
Linear and Quadratic Equations
Solving equations including quadratic equations by factorising and completing the square
Functions
Domain and Range of functions
Introductory Coordinate Geometry
Determining the gradients and equations of lines. Find the equation of parallel and perpendicular lines. Find the midpoint of lines.
Sketching Functions and Inequalities
Draw or sketch linear and quadratic functions
Sketch and solve inequalities
Equations of Straight Lines and Circles
Determine the equation of straight lines
Work out the equations of circles from the radius and centre. Find the intersection of a line and circle
Algebraic Fractions
Manipulate and simplify algebraic fractions
Simultaneous Equations
Solve simultaneous equations using elimination and substitution
Manipulation and Proof
Manipulate formulae and expressions. Prove given a set of conditions
Sequences
Work out the nth term of a linear and quadratic sequence. Find the limiting value of the sequence.
Factor Theorem
To be able to solve equations up to and including cubics
Basic Geometry
Recall area and volume formulae. Apply circle theorems. Use the sine and cosine rule
Trigonometry and Pythagoras
Find missing angles and length of triangles. Work with bearings
Further Trigonometry
Use the trigonometric graphs. Solve problems involving trigonometric equations.
Matrix Multiplication
Multiply any matrices and understand associative and commutative properties
Matrix Transformations
Work out matrices given a transformation. Given a matrix transform a shape.
Revision Revision
12 AS Unit 1 – Key Skills
Indices, Quadratics, Graph Sketching

Unit 2 – Geometry
Simultaneous Equations, Equations of straight lines, Circles

Unit 1 – Key Skills
Factor and Remainder Theorems, Logarithms, Binomial Theorem

Unit 3 – Sequences and Series
Arithmetic and Geometric Series

Unit 4 – Calculus
Differentiation

Unit 4 – Calculus
Integration

Unit 6 – Statistics
Averages and Spread, Histograms, Discrete Random Variables

Unit 5 – Trigonometry
Sine and Cosine Rule, Radians, Graphs, Identities

Unit 6 – StatisticsNormal Distribution, Correlation and Regression, Probability, Coding

Revision
Revision for Summer examinations (Core 1, Core 2 and Statistics 1)
Core 3 (A2 module)Trigonometric Identities and reciprocal functions, Algebraic Fractions and Functions
12 FMAS Further Pure 1
Complex Numbers, Coordinate Systems
Mechanics 1
Kinematics, Dynamics
Further Pure 1
Matrices, Series, Numerical Methods
Mechanics 1
Impulse and Momentum, Statics, Moments
Further Pure 1
Proof by Induction
Mechanics 1
Vectors
Statistics 2
Distributions, CRVs, Approximations, Hypothesis Testing
Revision
Revision for Summer examinations (Further Pure 1, Mechanics 1, Statistics 2)
Further Pure 2
(A2 Module)
Inequalities, Complex Numbers
Mechanics 2 
A2 Module)
Kinematics
13 A2 Core 3
Trigonometry, Exponentials and Natural Logarithms, Numerical Methods, Transforming Graphs
Core 4
Partial Fractions, Binomial Expansion, Vectors
Calculus
(Core 3 and Core 4)
Differentiation, Parametric Equations
Core 4
Vectors (ctd)
Decision 1
Flow Charts, Sorting, Graphs and Networks, Algorithms
Calculus
(Core 4)
Differentiation, Integration
Decision 1
Algorithms (ctd), Route Inspection, Critical Path Analysis
Calculus
(Core 4)
Integration, Differential Equations
Decision 1
Linear Programming, Matching
Revision
Revision for Summer examinations (Core 3, Core 4 and Decision 1)
 
13FMA2 Further Pure 2
Complex Numbers (ctd), Series
Further Pure 2
First and Second Order Differential Equations
Further Pure 2
Taylor and Maclaurin Series, Polar Coordinates
Further Pure 2
Revision
Further Pure 2
Revision
 
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
10 GCSE Introduction to Media Studies
Key concepts
Photography
Introduction to Assignment 1
Assignment 1 (10%)
Advertising Analysis
Production
Assignment 2 introduction
Assignment 2 Cross Media Study (20%)
Film analysis
Poster and trailer
Assignment 2 (20%)
Film Promotion Production
Assignment 3 (30%)
Magazine Research
Assignment 3 (30%)
Magazine production
11 GCSE Assignment 3 (30%)
Evaluation
Exam Preparation (40%)
Mock Exam
Exam preparation (40%) Exam preparation (40%) Revision for Exam Revision for Exam
12 AS MS1 Preparation
Introduction to key concepts
Analysis of Print texts
Magazine
Newspaper
Images
Websites
MS2: Magazine Production
Production coursework (50%)
Mock Examination MS1 (50%)
MS2: Magazine Production
Production coursework (50%)
MS1 Preparation
Film
Computer Games
Radio
(Exam board release print/ AV exam topic focus)
Revision for MS1 examination (50%)
(after school sessions offered for further revision)
Early MS1 examination (May 15th 2013)
Start MS3 (A Level coursework 50%)
13 A2 MS3 coursework (50%) Exam preparation (MS4)
Advertising
Barnardo’s
Coco Chane
lT Mobile
Exam preparation (MS4)
Film
Submarine
Skyfall
21 Jump Street
Exam preparation (MS4)
Television
Top Gear
Strictly Come Dancing
Breaking Bad
Revision for MS4 (50%) Revision for MS4 (50%)
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Musical Frontier Keyboard Skills Musical Adventure Musical Adventure Blues Irish Music
8 Instruments of the Orchestra Rap Music Rap Music Instruments of the Orchestra Rap Music Rap Music
9 Music & Media
(Film Music)
Ukuleles Ukuleles Music & Media
(Film Music)
Ukuleles Ukuleles
10 GCSE Solo Performance Theory /Listening Composition Skills 1Theory/Listening Composition 1
Solo Performance
Composition 1
Solo Performance
Composition 1
Theory/Listening
Ensemble Performance
Theory/Listening
Ensemble Performance
11 GCSE Composition Skills 2
Ensemble Performance
Composition 2
Solo Performance
Composition 2
Theory/Listening
Theory/Listening Revision
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Baseline Assessment
Girls: Hockey/Netball
Boys: Badminton/Swimming
Girls: Hockey/Netball
Boys: Badminton/Swimming
Girls: Badminton/Swimming
Boys: Gymnastics/Gaelic
Girls: Volleyball/Gym
Boys: Rugby/Fitness
Girls: Basketball/Dance
Boys: Football/Basketball
Girls: Athletics/Rounders
Boys: Athletics/Rounders
8 Girls: Gaelic/Dance
Boys: Rugby/Badminton
Girls: Badminton/Netball
Boys: Gymnastics/Football
Girls: Basketball/Leadership
Boys: Fitness/Volleyball
Girls: Hockey/Fitness
Boys: Gaelic/Leadership
Girls: Athletics/Rounders
Boys: Athletics/Rounders
Girls: Athletics/Rounders
Boys: Athletics/Rounders
9 Girls: Hockey/Dance
Boys: Fitness/Football
Girls: Football/Netball
Boys: Basketball/Leadership
Girls: Volleyball/Leadership Boys: Gaelic/Rugby Girls: Badminton/Fitness
Boys: Hockey/Gymnastics
Girls: Athletics/Rounders
Boys: Athletics/Rounders
Girls: Athletics/Rounders
Boys: Athletics/Rounders
10 Girls:Trampolining/Badminton
Boys: Football/Rugby
Girls: Gaelic/Netball
Boys: Hockey/Badminton
Girls: Hockey/Tennis
Boys: Gaelic/Basketball
Girls: Volleyball/Dance
Boys: Tennis/Fitness
Girls: Athletics/Rounders
Boys: Athletics/Softball
Girls: Athletics/Rounders
Boys: Athletics/Softball
11 BTEC Anatomy & Physiology
Practical Sport
Anatomy & Physiology
Practical Sport
Anatomy & Physiology
Practical Sport
Anatomy & Physiology
Practical Sport
12 BTEC Anatomy & Physiology
The Physiology of Fitness
Anatomy & Physiology
The Physiology of Fitness
Anatomy & Physiology
The Physiology of Fitness
Anatomy & Physiology
The Physiology of Fitness
Fitness Training and Programming Fitness Training and Programming
13 BTEC Assessing Risk in Sport
Practical Sport
Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise
Assessing Risk in Sport
Practical Sport
Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise
Sports Coaching
Practical Sport
Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise
Sports Coaching
Practical Sport
Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Safety in Science
Cells
Energy
Particles
Atoms and Elements
Forces and Space
Reproduction
Rocks and Weathering
Electricity
Ecology
8 Light
Chemical Reactions
Digestion and Respiration
Pressure and Sound
Plants and Photosynthesis
Metals and Reactivity
Chemistry around us
Heat Transfers
Microbes and Disease
9 Chemical Reactions Developing key investigation skills GCSE course begins
P1.1 Heat Transfers
GCSE P1.1 Heat Transfers GCSE – P1.2 Using Energy GCSE – P 1.3 Electrical Energy
10 GCSE GCSE P1.4 Generating Electricity GCSE P1.5 Communication and The Universe Core Science
P2.1 Forces and their Effects
Triple Science
P2.1 Forces and their effects
Core Science
P2.2 Energy and Momentum
Triple Science
P2.2 Energy and Momentum
Core Science
Revision for Unit 1
Triple Science
P2.3 Electrical Circuits
Core Science
Revision and External Exam – Unit C1
Triple Science
P2.4 Mains Circuits
11 GCSE Core Science
P2.3 Electrical Circuits
Triple Science
P2.5 Radioactivity
P2.6 Nuclear Reactions
Core Science
P2.4 Mains Electricity
Triple Science
P3.1 Medical Applications of Physics
Core Science
P2.5. Radioactivity
Triple Science
P3.2 Using Physics to Make Things Work!:
Core Science
P2.6 Nuclear reactions
Triple Science
P3.3 Using magnetic fields to keep things moving
Core Science
Revision and External Exams – Unit 2
Triple Science – Revision and External exams – Unit 1, 2 and 3
Core Science
Revision and External Exams – Unit 2
Triple Science
Revision and External exams – Unit 1, 2 and 3
12 AS AS Physics Unit 1
The World of Music
AS Physics Unit 1
From Quarks to Quasars
AS Physics Unit 2
Mechanics
AS Physics Unit 2
Energy and the Environment
AS Physics
Revision and External Exams – Unit 1 and 2
Begin work for Unit 4
13 A2 A2 Physics Unit 4
Experiences out of this World
What goes around comes around
A2 Physics Unit 4
Imagining the Invisible
A2 Physics Unit 5
Matter under the Microscope
Breaking matter down
A2 Physics Unit 5
Energy from the Nucleus
AS Physics
Revision and External Exams – Unit 4 and 5
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
10 GCSE B541 (Studies & Applications 1)
Sex & Gender
B541 – Memory
Obedience
B541 – Obedience
Attachment
B541 – Attachment
Phobias
B543 (Psychological Investigations)
Hypothesis
Variables
Self-report method
B543 (Psychological Investigations)
Experiments
11 GCSE B542 (Studies & Applications 2)
Crime
B543 – Correlations
B542 (Studies & Applications 2)
Perception
Cognitive development
B543- Experiments
B542 (Studies & Applications 2)
Non-verbal communication
B543-Observations
B542 (Studies & Applications 2)
The Self
B543-Self-report
B541 Revision
B542 Revision
B543 Revision
12 AS G541- Psychological Investigations
Hypothesis
Variables
Self-report
G542- Core Studies
Developmental Approach
Freud
Bandura
Samuel & Bryant
G541- Psychological Investigations
Experiments
G542- Core Studies
Social Approach
Piliavin
Milgram
Reicher & Haslam
Cognitive Approach
Loftus & Palmer
Baron
Cohen
G541-Psychological Investigations
Observations
G542- Core Studies
Cognitive Approach
Savage
Rumbaugh
Individual Differences Approach
Thigpen & Cleckley
Rosenhan
Griffiths
G541- Psychological Investigations
Correlations
G542- Core Studies
Physiological Approach
Dement & Kleitman
Sperry
Maguire
Perspectives
Behaviourist
Psychodynamic
YEAR 13 CONTENT
G544- Approaches and Research Methods
Section B: Debates
13 A2 G543- Options in Applied Psychology
Forensic
Turning to crime
Making a Case
G544 – Approaches and Research Methods
Section A
Significance, Experimental Method
Section B
Approaches
G543- Options in Applied Psychology
Forensic
Reaching a verdict
After a guilty verdict
G544 – Approaches and Research Methods
Section A
Self-report method
Section B
Issues
G543- Options in Applied Psychology
Clinical
Healthy Living
Stress
G544 – Approaches and Research Methods
Section A
Correlation
Section B
Methods
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 7.1 – The Word of God 7.2 – God’s Call Hinduism and Family Life 7.3 – Sacraments 7.4 – Sacraments of Healing Leadership in the Church
8 8.1 – Creation 8.2 – Covenant Judaism and Family Life 8.3 – Paschal Mystery 8.4 – Exploring the Mass 8.5 – The Prophetic Role of the Church
9 9.1 – Life as a Vocation 9.2 – Spiritual Quest (Islam focus) 9.3 – Conscience and Morality 9.4 – Jesus of the Gospels and the Holy Spirit GCSE course begins: 3.1 – Believing in God GCSE : 3.1 – Believing in God
(Catholic Christianity)
10 GCSE Refresh of exam technique and previous content
GCSE: 3.1 – Believing in God
(Catholic Christianity)
Refresh of exam technique and previous content
GCSE : 3.1 – Believing in God
(Catholic Christianity)
GCSE: 8.1 – Religion: rights and responsibilities (Christianity & Islam) GCSE : 3.2 – Matters of Life and Death
(Catholic Christianity)
GCSE : 8.2 – Religion: environmental and medical issues
(Christianity & Islam)
GCSE : 3.3 – Marriage and family life
(Catholic Christianity)
11 GCSE GCSE: 8.3 – Religion: peace and conflict (Christianity & Islam) GCSE: 3.4 – Religion and community cohesion
(Catholic Christianity)
GCSE: 8.4 – Religion: crime and punishment
(Christianity & Islam)
GCSE: Revision programme for the Units 3 and 8 exams GCSE: Revision programme for the Units 3 and 8 exams GCSE: Revision programme for the Units 3 and 8 exams
12 AS Ethics
Topic 1: Ethical theories
Topic 2: Ethical theories
Natural law Philosophy
Topic 1: Plato and the analogy of the cave and Plato and the Forms
Ethics
Topic 3: Ethical theories Kantian ethics
Philosophy:
Topic 2: Aristotle’s forms and causes
Ethics
Topic 4: Ethical theories
Utilitarianism
Philosophy:
Topic 3: The concept of God as creator and the Goodness of God
Ethics
Topic 5: Ethical theories: Religious ethics
Philosophy
Topic 4: Traditional arguments for the existence of God
Ethics
Topic 6: Applied ethics
Philosophy
Topic 5: Challenges to religious belief: the problem of evil and religion and science
Ethics
Revision programme
A2 Ethical topics and theories
Virtue Ethics and applied ethics: environmental ethics
Philosophy
Revision programme and A2 Religious experience
13 A2 Ethics
Ethical topics and theories: Virtue Ethics and applied ethics: environmental ethics
Philosophy
Topic 1: Religious experience
Ethics
Completion of ethical topics and theories: Virtue Ethics and applied ethics: environmental ethics
Followed by: Ethical topics and theories: free will and determinism
Philosophy
Topic 2: An in-depth study of a religious experience: Miracles
Ethics
Applied ethics: business ethics
Followed by: Ethical Topics and Theories: Nature and Role of the Conscience
Philosophy
Topic 3: Life and Death; the Soul
Ethics
Topic 4: Applied ethics: sexual ethics
Philosophy
Topic 4: Religious Language
Ethics
Topic 5: Meta-ethics
Philosophy
Topic 5: The nature and attributes of God
Ethics
Revision programme to prepare for summer exams
Philosophy
Revision programme to prepare for summer exams
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
10 GCSE
AQA
Studying Society
Unit 1 41901
Studying Society
Unit 1 41901
Families
Unit 1 41901
Families
Unit 1 41901
Education
Unit 1 41901
Education
Mock Exam
Unit 1 41901
11 GCSE
AQA
Crime and Deviance
Unit 2 41902
Crime and Deviance
Mock Exam
Unit 2 41902
Mass Media
Unit 2 41902
Mass Media
Unit 2 41902
Social Inequality
Unit 2 41902
Social Inequality/External
Exams Units 1/2
12 AS
OCR
Social Inequality
Culture and Identity
H180
Research methods
Families and Households
H180
Research methods
Families and Households
H180
Revision
H180
Exams
Paper 1 and 2
H180
Crime and DevianceH580
13 A2
AQA
Crime and Deviance
SCLY 4
Sociological Theory/Methods
SCLY 4
Sociological Theory/Methods
Mock Exam SCLY 4
Sociology of Belief
SCLY 3
Sociology Of Belief/Revision
SCLY 3
External Exams
SCLY3/4
Year Autumn Term Spring term Summer term
1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half 1st Half 2nd Half
7 Introducing yourself Describing yourself and others School School My free time Revision
8 My house My town My free time Shopping Food The Spanish-speaking world
9 Media Earning a living Health Holidays Start GCSE courses Start GCSE courses
10 GCSE Personal information Personal information
CA
Holidays HolidaysCA Education and employment Education and Employment
Mock exams (Listening and Reading)
11 GCSE My local area My local area CA
Mock exams (Listening and Reading)
Holidays Holidays CA
GCSE reading and listening practice
GCSE reading and listening practice
12 AS Family issues
Youth culture and concerns
Health
Youth culture and concerns
Health
Technology
Travel
The Environment
Education
Work
Travel
The Environment
Education
Work
Speaking exam (Unit 1) Understanding and Written response (Unit 2) Introduction to A2
13 A2 National and international affairs
Customs, traditions, belief and religions
Customs, traditions, belief and religions
Literature and the arts
Discursive essays
A2 grammar and structures
Unit 3 speaking debate
Mocks
Practise speaking
Practise essays
Exam preparation
Speaking exam (Unit 3)
Research, Understanding and written response
(Unit 4)