Year 10

Art

Formal Elements of Art Natural Form and landscapes

Theory

Sketchbook skills and expectations

Drawing techniques

Painting techniques

Computing

Imedia

Dance

Comp 1

E of E

Hip Hop

Jazz dance 1

Jazz dance 2

Jazz dance 3

Drama

Understanding Drama 1

Understanding Drama 2

English

An Inspector Calls

Revisiting: An Inspector Calls

Enterprise

Learning aim B: Explore how market research helps enterprises to meet customer needs and understand competitor behaviour

B1 Customer needs

B1 Market segmentation

B2 Market research

B2 Secondary market research

B2 Target market

B3 Understanding competitors

Learning aim C: Investigate the factors that contribute to the success of an enterprise

C1 Internal factors

C2 External factors

C2 National factors

C3 Decision making

C3 Critical thinking

C3 Situational analysis

C4 Measuring the success of an SME

Film Studies

Film languages and techniques

Continue working on the first film texts

Food Tech

Hospitality and Catering

Food related causes of ill health – bacteria and other microbes, chemicals, allergies and intolerances

The role and responsibilities of the Environmental Health Officer

Food Safety legislation – Food Safety Act, food safety and food labelling regulations

Common types of food poisoning

Symptoms of food induced ill health

Types of provider – commercial and non commercial establishments

Types of customer – different groups and meeting needs

Types of service

Types of accommodation

Food: A fact of life

Home Economics: Food and Nutrition (CCEA)

Hospitality (CCEA)

French

Family and Friends

Relationships with family and friends

Marriage and partnerships

Social media

Free time

Music, cinema and TV

Sport

Food and eating out

Continued self-directed learning on Duolingo and Quizlet

Geography

Landscapes and Physical Processes (Rivers)

River Processes

What are river long and cross profiles?

How do rivers erode?

River landscapes Upper Course landforms

Landforms of Erosion – V-shaped valleys and Interlocking spurs

Landforms of Erosion – Waterfalls and Gorges

River landscapes – middle course landforms

Meanders and Oxbow lakes

River landscapes – lower course landforms

Floodplains and Estuaries

Landforms in the UK

Factors affecting the rate of landform change

Flooding in Drainage Basins in the UK

Drainage basin system 1

Drainage basin system 2

Causes of flooding 1

Causes of flooding 2

Example of river floods in the UK

What are Hydrographs?

Hydrographs 1

Hydrographs 2

Hard engineering 1

Hard engineering 2

Soft engineering Part 1

Soft engineering Part 2

Soft engineering 3

A UK flood management scheme

Flood prevention scheme

Landscapes and physical processes (Coasts)

Waves

Wave types

Coastal weathering and erosion

Coastal Processes (weathering and erosion) Part 1

Coastal Processes (weathering and erosion) Part 2

Coastal processes (transportation and deposition) 1

Coastal processes (transportation and deposition) 2

Coastal processes (transportation and deposition) 3

Mass Movement 1

Mass Movement 2

Erosion landforms (headlands and bays) 1

Erosion landforms (headlands and bays) 2

Erosion landforms (wave cut notch, wave cut platform) 1

Erosion landforms (wave cut notch, wave cut platform) 2

Erosion landforms (caves, arches and stacks) 1

Erosion landforms (caves, arches and stacks) 2

Depositional landforms  (beaches, spits and bars) 1

Depositional landforms  (beaches, spits and bars) 2

Depositional landforms  (beaches, spits and bars) 3

Factors that affect landforms at the coast

Example of coastal landscape 1

Example of coastal landscape 2

Example of coastal landscape 3

Health and Social Care

Learning aim: Understand human growth and development across life stages and the factors that affect it

A1 Human growth and development across life stages

A1 Human lifespan development

A1 Social interaction

A1 Factors affecting the development in later adulthood

A1 Early childhood

A1 Gross Motor skills vs Fine Motor skills

A1 Developmental milestones

A2 Factors affecting growth and development

A2 Physical factors that impact on different aspects of growth and development

A2 Social and Cultural factors

A2 Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships

B1 Different types of life event

B1 Unexpected events

B1 Revision

B2 Coping with change caused by life events

B2 Coping

B2 Teen Self Esteem

B2 Talking Twin Babies

History

All students should be signed up to Seneca learning. (Your class codes are available on Class Charts)

Medieval medicine

Medieval ideas about the causes of disease

Medieval prevention and cures

Medieval healers

Case study- The Black Death

How much progress was made in medieval Britain?

Renaissance medicine

Renaissance ideas change

The role of individuals- Harvey and Vesalius

Prevention and treatment

Dealing with the Great Plague

Why was there greater medical progress 1500-1700?

Summary of medicine through time

Extra resources

Italian

Feelings

Family

Describing people

Sporting activities (infinitives/opinions)

Sporting activities (present tense/frequency) 1

Sporting activities (present tense/frequency) 2

Sporting activities (present tense/frequency) 3

Non – sporting activities

Musical instruments

Places in town / inviting people out

Activities and the weather 1

Activities and the weather 2

What pocket money you get, how often and how you earn it

10-15 new objects (make up, music, perfume, magazines, tickets); buying gifts for people

Describing clothes

Clothes

Clothes / sizes / numbers revision; at the shops

Fashion: styles/brands + Italian culture (what you like to wear / buy + why

Me, my family and friends

Revision of family members; describing others

Family members (basic set)

Other family members

People

Who you get on with and why; what you do together as a family (to reinforce present tense) 1

Who you get on with and why; what you do together as a family (to reinforce present tense) 2

Who you get on with and why; what you do together as a family (to reinforce present tense) 3

Maths

Higher:

Angles & Bearings

Intersections

Transversal angles

Alternate and corresponding angles

Finding missing angles

Interior angles

Polygons

Exterior angles

Regular interior and exterior angles

Bearings and compass points

Bearings with angle facts

Bearings with parallel lines

Surds

Introduction to Surds

Multiplying two surds

Subtracting two surds

Adding two surds

Manipulating surds

Geometry: Right angled triangles

Tangent, Sine and Cosine

Using tangent to find a length

Using sine and cosine to find a length

Applying trigonometry

Inverse functions

Pythagoras

Pythagoras’ theorem

Understanding Pythagoras’ theorem

Finding the length of the hypotenuse

Finding the length of the shorter side

Finding the missing length

Simultaneous equations & Inequalities

Writing simultaneous equations algebraically

Eliminating a variable

Checking the solution

Inequalities

Foundation:

Angles & Bearings

Intersections

Transversal angles

Alternate and corresponding angles

Finding missing angles

Interior angles

Polygons

Exterior angles

Regular interior and exterior angles

Bearings and compass points

Bearings with angle facts

Bearings with parallel lines

Averages

Revision 1

Revision 2

Revision 3

Graphs: Conversion Graphs, Y = mx + c, Simultaneous equations graphically

Review of Linear graphs

Points of intersection

Linear and Non-Linear graphs

Y = mx + c

Gradient

Comparing gradients

Equations of lines

Simultaneous equations – Equal

Simultaneous equations – Multiply

Revision

Standard form

Adding two numbers

Subtracting two numbers

Multiplying two numbers

Dividing two numbers

Converting large numbers

Converting to ordinary form – Large

Converting small numbers

Converting to ordinary form – Small

Music – GCSE

Film Music 1

Film Music 2

Music – NCFE

Unit 1: LO1

Continue your assignment on Google Classroom

Wickiemedia

PE

Fitness blender

Provides a series of on-line videos with work outs ranging in difficulty (this is given in the blurb for the video) and duration.  Plenty of workouts with little to no equipment. (The workouts marked with FB plus can not be accessed unless you subscribe.  There are however, many you can access.)

HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) 

A variety of exercises to be done to complete a 30-minute cardio HIIT workout.  No equipment needed. 

30-minute abs work out 

Once you are on this site it gives you the opportunity to access other workout by the same people. 

HASFIT

Select a workout focusing on various parts of the body and different training methods.  Most need very little or no equipment.

Photography

Identity The Foundations of Photography

Understanding lighting and composition

Photography keywords and skills

Science

B3 – Infection and Response

Spread of Disease

Viral Disease

Bacterial Disease

Fungal and Protist Disease

Non-specific Defenses

Immune System

Vaccination

Antibiotics and Pain Killers

Discovering New Medicines

Drug Trials

B4 – Bioenergetics

Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis required practical part 1

Photosynthesis required practical part 2

Bonding and Structure

States of matter

Ionic bonding 1

Ionic bonding 2

Properties of ionic compounds

Covalent bonding

Simple molecules

Giant covalent structures (graphite and diamond)

Giant covalent structures (graphene)

Giant covalent structures (polymers)

Metals and metallic bonding

Quantitative Chemistry

Relative formula mass (foundation tier)

Relative formula mass (higher tier)

Conservation of mass

The mole (higher tier only)

Using moles in equations (higher tier only)

Using reacting masses in equations (higher tier only)

Limiting reactants (higher tier only)

Concentrations of solutions

P2 Electricity

Circuit Symbols and Diagrams

Charge & Current

Potential Difference

Resistance & Ohm’s Law

Series Circuits

Parallel Circuits

Series and Parallel Circuits

Ohmic and Non-Ohmic Conductors

Light Dependent Resistors

Thermistors

Domestic Electricity

Electrical Power 1

Electrical Power 2

The National Grid

Spanish

Holidays and travel

Tourism

Travel

Studies and life at school

School, college and studying

Life at school

Education: Post-16

Continue self-directed learning on Duolingo and Quizlet

Sport – BTEC

Section A:

Components of fitness and their importance for sporting success

Why fitness components are important for sporting success:

Components of physical fitness

Components of skill-related fitness

Determining exercise intensity:

  • Measuring heart rate
  • Calculating HR training zones
  • Using the RPE scale as a measure of exercise intensity
  • Relationship between RPE and HR

The principles of training

Basic principles – F.I.T.T.

Additional principles of training

Section B:

Training methods

Flexibility training

Static stretching

Ballistic stretching

PNF Technique

Strength, muscular endurance and power training

Circuit training 1

Circuit training 2

Circuit training 3

Free weights 1

Free weights 2

Plyometrics 1

Plyometrics 2

Plyometrics 3

Aerobic endurance training

Continuous training

Fartlek training 1

Fartlek training 2

Fartlek training 3

Fartlek training 4

Interval training

Speed training

Hollow sprints

Acceleration sprints

Interval training for speed

Section C:

Fitness testing

  • Why are fitness tests important?
  • Pre-test procedures
  • Calibration of equipment
  • Accurate measurement and recording of test results
  • Reliability, validity and practicality of fitness test methods
  • Advantages and disadvantages of fitness test methods

Fitness testing methods and results

Flexibility tests:

Sit and reach test – Flexibility

Strength, muscular endurance and power tests:

Grip dynamometer test 1 – Strength

Grip dynamometer test 2 – Strength

Vertical jump test 1 – Anaerobic power

Vertical jump test 2 – Anaerobic power

One-minute press-up test – Muscular endurance

One- minute sit-up test – Muscular endurance

Aerobic endurance tests:

Multi-stage fitness test 1 – Aerobic endurance

Multi-stage fitness test 2 – Aerobic endurance

Forestry step test 1 – Aerobic Endurance

Forestry step test 2 – Aerobic Endurance

Speed and agility tests:

35 metre sprint test – Speed

Illinois agility run test 1 – Speed and agility

Illinois agility run test 2 – Speed and agility

Body composition tests:

Body Mass Index (BMI) – Body composition

Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) – Body composition

Skinfold testing – Body composition

Skinfold testing – Body composition (Male)

Skinfold testing – Body composition (Female)

Travel and Tourism

Learning aim B: Know about the industries, and key organisations, within the travel and tourism sector, their roles and interrelationships

Topic B.1 Industries in the travel and tourism sector

Tour operator

Travel Agent 1

Travel Agent 2

Travel agency, Tour operators and flight provider

Transport methods

Accommodation types 1

Accommodation types 2

Visitor Attractions 1

Visitor Attractions 2

Visitor Attractions 3

National Tourist boards

Regional Tourist board

TIC

Topic B.2 Key organisations in the travel and tourism sector

Association of British Travel Agents

Civil Aviation Authority

Car hire

Topic B.3 Types of organisation in the travel and tourism sector

Topic B.4 The interrelationships between travel and tourism organisations

Travel agency, Tour operators and flight provider

Partnerships and Ltd Companies

Travel agencies

Thomas Cook

Learning aim C: Understand the role of consumer technology in the travel and tourism sector

Topic C.1 The role of consumer technology

Airlines 1

Airlines 2

Online booking

Accommodation

Mobile ticketing

Websites

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