Year 11

Art

Personal Focus for Sustained Project

Sketchbook skills and expectations

Drawing skills Part 1

Drawing skills Part 2

Computing

Computer Science

Impacts on society

Imedia

Design vector graphics

Dance

Artificial things

E of E 1

E of E 2

Drama

Live theatre review

Devising Drama

1. Response

2. Developing ideas

3. Performance styles and Genres

4. Practitioner Choice

5. Rehearsing

6.  Refining a Performance

7. Creating a Portfolio

English

Revisiting: Blood Brothers

Revisiting: A Christmas Carol

Revisiting: An Inspector Calls

Revisiting: Macbeth

Revisiting: Romeo & Juliet

Enterprise

B Financial records: Learners will complete, interpret and check the information on financial documents and statements.

B1 Financial documents

Purchase Order

Delivery Note

Invoice

Credit note

B2 Payment methods

B3 Sources of revenue and costs

BeeBusinessBee

Introduction to Finance

Direct and indirect costs

B4 Terminology in financial statement

B5 Statement of comprehensive income

Mrs Squires Business 1

Mrs Squires Business 2

Worked examples 1

Worked examples 2

B6 Statement of financial position

Mrs Squires Business 1

Mrs Squires Business 2

B7 Profitability and liquidity

Mrs Squires Business 1

Mrs Squires Business 2

C Financial planning and forecasting: Learners will complete cash flow forecasts, and investigate the effects of positive and negative cash flow on an enterprise.

C1 Using cash flow data

Mrs Squires Business 1

Mrs Squires Business 2

Mrs Squires Business 3

Mrs Squires Business 4

C4 Break-even analysis and break-even point

Mrs Squires Business 1

Mrs Squires Business 2

Mrs Squires Business 3

Mrs Squires Business 4

Mrs Squires Business 5

Mrs Squires Business 6

Mrs Squires Business 7

Mrs Squires Business 8

C5 Sources of business finance

Film Studies

11A and 11C

Film language and techniques

Continue with: recovery work; finishing screenplay; completing shooting script; writing evaluation; watching and analysing Little Miss Sunshine in preparation for the exam

11B

Advertising

Food Tech

Food Preparation and Nutrition

Sources of food – Farm grown, farm reared, wild, home grown, processed and manufactured

Wider food issues – organic, genetically modified, country of origin, food miles and carbon footprint

Pastry – types and uses, ingredients and functions, nutritional value, decorations and finishes

Bread – types, ingredients and functions, nutritional value, finishes

Meat – types, cooking methods, nutritional value

Fish – types, cooking methods, nutritional value

Food: A fact of life

Home Economics: Food and Nutrition (CCEA)

French

Global issues

The environment

Social and global issues

Holidays

Tourism

Travel

Continued self-directed learning on Duolingo and Quizlet

Geography

Climate

Climate change 1

Climate change 2

Evidence of climate change

Natural causes of climate change 1

Natural causes of climate change 2

Human causes of climate change 1

Human causes of climate change 2

Weather patterns and processes

Weather patterns and processes

Global atmospheric circulation and factors affecting climate 1

Global atmospheric circulation and factors affecting climate 2

Low pressure extreme weather – tropical storms

What is the global distribution of tropical storms?

How do tropical storms form?

What are the effects of and responses to tropical storms?

Typhoon Haiyan

How can the effects be reduced?

Factors affecting UK climate 1

Factors affecting UK climate 2

Low pressure in the UK (depressions)

Microclimates

Ecosystems

Distribution of the world’s biomes

Parts of an ecosystem 1

Parts of an ecosystem 2

Tropical Rainforests – a large scale ecosystem

Location, characteristics and processes

Plant adaptations

What are the causes of deforestation? Part 1

What are the causes of deforestation? Part 2

How people use rainforests 1

How people use rainforests 2

Impacts of human use of the rainforest 1

Impacts of human use of the rainforest 2

Sustainable management of the rainforest 1

Sustainable management of the rainforest 2

Sustainable management of the rainforest 3

Large scale ecosystem – The Savanna (semi- arid grassland) location, characteristics, human activity, sustainable management

Small scale ecosystem 1

Small scale ecosystem 2

Health

A: Factors that affect health and wellbeing

A1 Social, emotional and cultural factors that can have positive or negative effects on health and wellbeing

The difference between ‘acute’ and ‘chronic’ illness

Hygiene

Health and Hygiene Problems that Teenagers Face while Growing Up

How air pollution is damaging our health

B1 Physiological indicators

Action on smoking and health

Smoking statistics

B2 Lifestyle indicators

My 600-Lb Life

What Happens When You Stop Smoking?

How do cigarettes affect the body?

History

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

Weimar Republic

How democratic was the Weimar constitution?

Why did the German people feel stabbed in the back?

Why was there a rise in political extremism in Germany after WWI?

Why was 1923 known at the year of crisis?

How did Germany recover its economy in the years 1924-29?

Were the 1920s a golden age?

How far had the Weimar Republic recovered by 1929?

Why was 1929 a significant turning point for Germany?

Hitler’s rise to power

What did Hitler believe in?

Who was the SA and what was their role?

What was the Munich Putsch?

What were the consequences of the Munich Putsch?

The Nazi party and the Lean Years

Why were the Nazi part so successful after 1929?

How did Hitler become chancellor?

Italian

Review of year 10;

Saying how you feel about returning to school and why

Describing yourself and others

Family, who you get on with and why

Education:

School subjects and timetable (revision of days/time; present/past/future) 1

School subjects and timetable (revision of days/time; present/past/future) 2

Lessons and opinions (present/past/conditional)

What school is like; what facilities are there (c’è / ci sono)

KS3 revision

Daily routine (reflexive verbs)

Uniform and rules (impersonal expressions: bisogna, si deve)

What you can, have to or want to do

An ideal school (conditional)

Consolidation: school

Post 16 plans

Maths

Higher:

Surds

Introduction to Surds

Multiplying two surds

Subtracting two surds

Adding two surds

Manipulating surds

Dividing surds Part 1

Dividing surds Part 2

Rationalising surds Part 1

Rationalising surds Part 2

Vectors

Translate and describe an object

Translate and describe a 2d vector

Represent a column vector as a diagram

Write a column vector from a diagram

Add two column vectors

Add and subtract two columns vectors Part 1

Add and subtract two columns vectors Part 2

Multiply a vector

Find the length of a column vector

Simple vector diagrams

Vector diagrams involving mid points

Vector diagrams involving ratios

Circle theorems

Angles at the centre and at the circumference

Angles in a semi-circle

Angles in the same segment

Angles in a cyclic quadrilateral

Tangent and radius

The alternate segment

Chord bisects

Circle theorem problems

Sampling & more complex diagrams

Cumulative frequency

Quartiles and interquartile range

Find quartiles

Plot a box

Revision 1

Revision 2

Revision 3

Graphs

Estimate the gradient of a curve

Estimate and interpret the gradient of a curve

Find the area under a straight line

Estimate the area under a curve

Foundation:

Multiplying and dividing fractions

Using area models

Multiplying unit fractions

Multiplying non-unit fractions

Dividing a fraction by an integer

Modelling fractions by division Part 1

Modelling fractions by division Part 2

Powers & standard form

Multiplying powers

Dividing powers

Powers of powers

Manipulating powers

Multiplication law

Division law

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

Revision

Area & perimeter

Find the circumference of a circle

Find the diameter

Find the area

Find the radius

Area of rectangles, parallelograms and triangles

Area of a trapezium

Area of compound shapes

Perimeter of polygons

Volume & Surface area

Cubes and Cuboids

Finding the volume of triangular prisms

Finding the surface area of cubes and cuboids

Finding the surface area of triangular prisms

Graphs

Write the equation of a straight line if parallel to a line and passing through (0,n)

Write the equation of a straight line if parallel to a line and passing through any point

Find the equation of a straight line through two given points

Interpret gradient

Distance time graphs

Calculate speed from distance time graphs

Music – GCSE

Composition Coursework

Focus on Sound: Wonderwall – Chords and Harmonic Rhythm

Oak Academy: Chord Progressions

Focus on Sound: Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy – Texture and Technique

Oak Academy: Adding Interest and Contrast

Music – NCFE

Reading and information will be put on to classes Google Classroom

Use the links below for revision and exam prep:

Teach Lessons

iZotope

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.

Science

B5 – Homeostasis and Response

Homeostasis

The Nervous System

Reflex Actions

Reflex practical Part 1

Reflex practical Part 2

Endocrine System

Control of Blood Glucose

Diabetes

Hormones in Reproduction

Contraception

Hormones and Fertility

B6 – Inheritance, Variation and Evolution

Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

Advantages and Disadvantages

Meiosis

DNA and the Genome

Energy Changes

Introduction to energy changes

Required practical – Investigating temperature change part 1

Required practical – Investigating temperature change part 2

Reaction profile diagrams

Calculating energy changes using bond energies (higher tier only)

Electrolysis

Electrolysis of molten compounds

Extraction of aluminium using electrolysis

Electrolysis of solutions

Electrolysis required practical

Electrolysis half equations (higher tier only)

Organic Chemistry

Crude oil and alkanes

Uses of hydrocarbons

Fractional distillation

Cracking of alkanes

Chemical analysis

Pure substances and formulations

Chromatography

Interpreting chromatograms

Testing for gases

P5 Forces & Motions

Forces Intro

Weight, Mass & Gravity

Resolving Forces (Higher Tier)

Work Done

Forces & Elasticity 1

Forces & Elasticity 2

Speed

Terminal Velocity

Velocity-Time Graphs

Newtons Laws

Acceleration RPA 1

Acceleration RPA 2

Stopping Distances

Momentum (Higher)

Spanish

Special events

Food and eating out

Spanish customs, festivals and celebrations

Jobs and future plans

Jobs and work experience

Career choices and ambitions

Continue self-directed learning on Duolingo and Quizlet

Textiles

Personal Focus for Sustained Project: Identity and Portraits: All about Me

Sketchbook skills and expectations

Drawing skills Part 1

Drawing skills Part 2

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: Investigate the appeal of international travel and tourism destinations to different types of visitor

Topic B.1 Features

World airport codes

The growth of tourism

Global tourism

Physical landscapes in the UK

Paris 1

Paris 2

Paris 3

Barcelona 1

Barcelona 2

Types of visitors

Learning aim C: Be able to plan international travel to meet the needs of visitors

Types of Information Sources

Types of tourist

How To Plan a Trip

How to make your own travel itinerary

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