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Expecting Excellence Everywhere


Contents ▪ English ▪ Maths ▪ Science ▪ Geography ▪ History ▪ MFL ▪ Business ▪ Art ▪ Computer Science ▪ Drama ▪ Music ▪ PE ▪ RE


English Year 7

Year 8

HT1 Baseline testing Writing ‘show don’t tell’ AO5, AO4,AO6 Assessment: Students will write using sensory writing skills appropriate language features and syntax

HT2 A Christmas Carol Reading Assessment Objectives: AO1,AO2,AO3 Assessment: Responding to text using appropriate evidence and inference linking to context

HT3 Fairy Tales Writing Assessment objectives: AO5,AO4,AO6 Assessment: Writing in a particular style for a specific audience with accuracy

HT4 Poetry Reading Assessment Objectives: AO1,AO2,AO3 Assessment: Clear analysis of writers method and language analysis

Drama – introduction

Drama- Victorian London

Drama- Themed performance

Drama – Performance Poetry

Baseline News room – Spoken Language Students will have the opportunity to research a news topic and re-create a ‘news room’ style performance – based on the spoken language element of the AQA language exam

Lord of the Flies Reading Assessment objectives:

Introduction to Shakespeare Writing Assessment Objectives: AO5,AO4,AO6

Gothic Play Dracula/ Frankenstein Reading Assessment Objectives: AO1,AO2,AO3 Assessment: Exploration of the Gothic genre and analysis of writers methods and how key characters are introduced

Assessment: Each group will be formally recorded

Drama-A world without rules

AO1,AO2,AO3 Assessment: Students will complete a close analysis of an extract from the text looking at writers intention

An insight into the life of William Shakespeare looking at extracts from a selection of his plays

Assessment: Creative writing based on The Tempest Drama- Shakespeare -

Drama- Genre

HT5 Travel Writing Writing Assessment Objectives AO4,AO5,AO6 Assessment: Nonfiction piece of travel writing based on a place or country

Drama – A terrible Holiday experience

Adverts/ persuasive writing Writing Assessment Objectives: AO5,AO4,AO6 Research and analysis of adverts and how companies persuade consumers Assessment: Appling persuasive language in writing Drama- Persuasive speeches

HT6 Novel – Teacher to choose from the following : Skelig Moon Bear Constable and Toop Stone Cold The London Eye Mystery Coraline Boy Fat boy Swim Millions Summer exam: AQA Step up Bronze Novel – Teacher to select from: Martyn Pig Pig Heart Boy Fate Cirque De Freak Seeing Red Unique Holes Noughts and Crosses Reckoning Summer exam: AQA Step up Silver


English Whoosh Year 9

Year 10

Blood Brothers All AOs covered A comprehensive study of the play in preparation for AQA Literature paper two closed book exam

Blood Brothers All AOs covered A comprehensive study of the play in preparation for AQA Literature paper two closed book exam

Covering: Context, exploring themes and analysing key characters

Covering: Context, exploring themes and analysing key characters

Assessment: Exam style question – open book

Assessment: Exam style question- closed book

Jekyll and Hyde All Assessment Objectives covered Assessment: Analysis of pivotal moments in the text understanding and analysing language,symbolism key themes and characters and context Exam essay style

Creative Writing Assessment Objectives: AO4,AO5,AO6 Assessment: Using The Woman in Black as stimuli students will study techniques in how to write creatively based on an image in preparation for AQA Language paper 1 section B

Macbeth Assessment Objectives:

Jekyll and Hyde All Assessment Objectives covered

Language Paper 1 and 2 prep Integrated

Language paper 1 and 2 prep Integrated

Assessment: Analysis of pivotal moments in the text understanding language and symbolism key themes and characters and development writers intention

Assessment: Students will analyse various pieces of classic fiction and non-fiction text and also create a piece of writing (based on a text looked at) To incorporate both papers and written

Assessment Students will analyse various pieces of classic fiction texts and also create a piece of writing based on a text looked at To also include comparison of nonfiction articles (Paper

Assessment: Analysis of pivotal moments in Macbeth understanding language and symbolism key themes and characters Literature paper 1 style question

Macbeth and nonfiction Assessment: Responding to exam style question part to whole

GCSE novel- Teacher to select from: Animal Farm An Inspector Calls Of Mice and Men The Kite Runner Jane Eyre

Exploration on 19th Century non-fiction

Summer exam: AQA Step up Gold

Exam in the hall Language paper 2based on non –fiction

Poetry – Cluster (conflict) All Assessment objectives covered

Poetry – unseen and spoken Language All Assessment Objectives covered

Assessment: Analysis of themes and language in each poem of the cluster with key comparisons and detailed quotation analysis of writers intention

Assessment: Analysis of unseen poems and clear analysis of language Full paper 2 exam Spoken Language element of the course


English question –part to whole

Full Literature paper 1 mock in the hall

style suitable for a particular purpose

2) Assessment Full Language Paper 1

Assessment questions take place each week Year 11

Literature 1paper revise Pivotal moments Practise questions Extract analysis Part to whole strategy

Literature paper 2 revise Key quotes for closed book question

Mocks

Mocks

formally recorded

Full paper 2 exam

Language paper 2 prep – Non Fiction Black fish Derek Bentley

Poetry re cap Revise Learn key quotes Comparison skills

Mocks

Practice papers

Revision Based on student need teachers plan and deliver according to student requirements

Exams Literature paper 1 22nd May 2017 Literature Paper 2 26th May 2017 Language Paper 1 6th June 2017 Language Paper 2 12th June 2017


Maths HT1

HT2

HT3

HT4

HT5

HT6

Place value (including decimals)

Factors, HCF, multiples, LCM

Draw, measure and name acute and obtuse angles

Order of operations

Add and subtract (including decimals)

Multiply and divide (including decimals)

Equivalent fractions Compare and order fractions and decimals

Construct and interpret statistical diagrams including pie charts

Year 7

Estimation

Area of rectangle and triangle

Find unknown angles (straight lines, at a point, vertically opposite)

Perimeter Calculate the mean Word problems Assessment Point 1

Properties of triangles and quadrilaterals

Change mixed numbers to improper fractions and vice versa Fraction of a quantity Multiply and divide fractions

Substitution Simplify algebraic expressions Solve word problems with expressions Sequences (termto-term, not nth term)

Convert between percentages, vulgar fractions and decimals Percentage of a quantity Find the whole, given the part and the percentage

Assessment Point 2 Assessment Point 3 Year 8 Primes and indices Prime factorisation to find LCM, HCF, squares, cubes

Negative numbers and inequality statements

Draw accurate triangles and quadrilaterals (ruler, protractor, compasses)

Venn diagrams

Formulate and evaluate expressions

Enumerating sets

Linear equations

Find unknown angles (including parallel lines)

Add and subtract

Expressions and

Conversion

Convert between percentages, vulgar fractions and decimals Percentage increase and decrease, finding the whole given the part and the percentage

Rounding, significant figures and estimation Circumference and area of a circle Visualise and identify 3-D shapes and their nets

Collect and organise data Interpret and compare statistical representations Mean, median and mode averages The range and


Maths fractions

equations from real-world situations

between length units and between area units

Ratio (equivalent, of a quantity) and rate

Linear sequences: nth term

Areas and perimeters of composite figures

Speed, distance, time

Assessment Point 1

Volume of cuboid, prism, cylinder, composite solids

outliers

Pythagoras’ theorem

Probability Mean of grouped data

Exploring trigonometry with a 30-60-90 triangle

Compare two data sets

Assessment Point 3

Assessment Point 2 Areas of parallelograms and trapeziums

Year 9 Cartesian coordinates

Sequences including arithmetic and geometric

Linear graphs Direct and inverse proportion Calculate with scales

Algebraic manipulation Change the subject of a formula

Construction and loci Triangles and quadrilaterals (angles on diagonals)

Construct and solve equations and inequalities Graphical solutions to simultaneous linear equations

Transformations (translation, rotation, reflection)

Stem-and-leaf diagrams

Congruence and similarity

Quadratic and other graphs

Angles in polygons

Assessment Point 2

Use known angle and shape facts to obtain simple proofs

Assessment Point 3

Algebraic arguments

Properties of 3-D shapes; their plans and elevations

Populations and samples

Expand and factorise binomials

Theoretical and

Quadratic

Scatter graphs

Expansion Standard form Factorisation Assessment Point 1 Year 10 Calculations with and rules of indices

Enlargement Similar shapes

Calculations with

Loci


Maths standard form

Bearings

Compound interest

Trigonometry in right angled triangles

Growth and decay Standard non-linear sequences

Assessment Point 1

Estimation Key angle and shape facts Coordinates (including midpoints, problems)

Surface area and volume of pyramids, cones and spheres (including exact answers)

Equations of parallel & perpendicular lines

Angle proofs

Vectors

Assessment Point 2

Review and revision

Review and revision

Limits of accuracy

experimental probability Listing Set notation

equations Cubic and reciprocal graphs Simultaneous equations

Venn diagrams Combined events, including tree diagrams

Graphical solutions of equations Assessment Point 3

Year 11 Arcs and sectors of circles Using angle and shape facts to derive results

Represent and describe distributions

Review and revision

Review and revision

Mock GCSE 2 GCSE Examination

Identify misleading graphs

Proof in algebra and Time series geometry Correlation and Variation lines of best fit Solve problems involving compound units Mock GCSE 1


Maths There will be a mini-assessment following each unit of work approximately every 2 weeks.


Science Year 7

Year 8

HT1 Introduction to science: safety in the laboratory. Familiarising themselves with equipment. Using equipment safely. Assessment: Baseline assessment followed by an end of term assessment based on safety, lab rules and equipment.

HT2 Pupils will study: Cells in Biology, particles and their behaviour in Chemistry and forces in Physics. These topics are accompanied by a series of practical activities as well as lessons which focus on developing ICT skills.

HT3 Pupils will study: structure and function of body systems in Biology. Elements, atoms and compounds in chemistry and Sound in physics. During this halfterm, pupils will be tested in the form of an exam covering all six topics.

HT4 Pupils will study: reproduction in Biology, Reactions in Chemistry and forces light in Physics. Each of these units will be assessed by open ended tasks during the halfterm followed by a formal examination in April.

HT5 Pupils will study: ecological sampling techniques in Biology, acids and alkalis in Chemistry, Space in Physics.

Pupils will study: health and lifestyle in Biology, the periodic table in Chemistry and electricity and magnets in Physics. Assessment will be in the form of open ended tasks and assessed homework tasks.

Pupils will study: ecosystem processes in Biology, separation techniques in Chemistry and energy in Physics. Assessment: end of term exam covering all six topics.

Pupils will study: adaptation and inheritance in Biology, metals and acids in Chemistry and energy in Physics. Assessment: open ended tasks and assessed homework tasks.

Pupils will study: genetics and technology in Biology, the earth in Chemistry and motion and pressure in physics. Assessment: end of term exam covering all year 8 topics.

Developing maths skills needed for science. Tables, graphs and equations will be the focus of the half term. Assessment: exam.

Assessment: End of year exam covering all topics studied in year 7.

HT6 In this half term, pupils will work on their experimental skills; hypothesis, planning, risk assessment, selection of equipment and data handling. Pupils will be required to plan and carry out a number of investigations to help them develop the necessary skills needed to succeed in both KS3 and 4. As in year 7; in this half term, pupils will work on their experimental skills; hypothesis, planning, risk assessment, selection of equipment and data handling. Pupils will also learn to critically analyse data as well


Science

Year 9

Year 10

Biology: Cells and organisation and cell division. Chemistry: atom structure and chemical equations. Physics: Conservation of energy Assessment: End of unit test and assessed homework. Biology: the human nervous system. Chemistry: electrolysis and the extraction of metals. Physics: Forces and their effects. Assessment: End of

Biology: Digestive system, transport in plant and animals. Chemistry: separation techniques. Physics: Energy transfer. Assessment: End of unit test and assessed homework.

Biology: disease, vaccination and cancer biology. Chemistry: the periodic table and trends. Physics: Energy and the environment. Assessment: End of unit test and assessed homework.

Biology: hormonal coordination. Chemistry: energy change in chemical reactions. Physics: Motion; speed, velocity and acceleration. Assessment: End of

Biology: Homeostasis. Chemistry: rates of reactions Physics: Electrical circuits. Assessment: End of year tests covering all topics.

Biology: disease, vaccination and cancer biology Chemistry: chemical structure and bonding. Physics: Molecules and states of matter. Assessment: End of unit test and assessed homework. Biology: reproduction Chemistry: Chemical equilibrium. Physics: Electricity; the relationships between potential difference, current

Biology: photosynthesis Chemistry: chemical change and the reactivity series. Physics: Radioactivity Assessment: End of unit test and assessed homework. Biology: variation and evolution. Chemistry: crude oil and fuels. Physics: electricity in the homes; electrical appliances and their efficiency. Assessment: End of

evaluation skills. Pupils will be required to plan and carry out a number of investigations to help them develop the necessary skills needed to succeed in 4. Biology: respiration Chemistry: chemical change and neutralisation reactions. Physics: introduction to forces. Assessment: End of year tests covering all topics.

Biology: genetics and evolution. Chemistry: chemical analysis using chromatography and testing for gases. Physics: waves and


Science

Year 11

year tests covering all topics.

year tests covering all topics.

Biology: adaptation, interdependence and competition. Chemistry: The Earth’s atmosphere. Physics: The electromagnetic spectrum and communication. Assessment: End of year tests covering all topics.

Biology: organising and ecosystem and biodiversity. Chemistry: The Earth’s resources Physics: Electromagnetism. Assessment: End of year tests covering all topics.

and resistance. Assessment: End of year tests covering all topics. Recap of all topics taught in year 9. With an emphasis on mathematical skills needed in science. Assessment: GCSE level questions and exam papers to ensure that they are making the expected progress towards their final qualification.

Recap of all topics taught in year 10 with emphasis on practical skills. Assessment: GCSE level questions and exam papers to ensure that they are making the expected progress towards their final qualification.

year tests covering all topics.

their properties. Assessment: End of year tests covering all topics delivered in year 9 and 10.


Geography Year 7

Year 8

Year 9 WJEC

HT1

HT2

HT3

HT4

Types of geography and skills 1.1 Major countries/ continents/cities 1.2 Types of geography 1.3 Map skillsDirections 1.4 Grid references 1.5 Height on a map 1.6 Scale 1.7 Contour lines 1.8 Map symbols

Settlements: 2.1 Where we live (Britain) 2.2 UrbanisationManchester 2.3 Problems of cities 2.4 Land Use Zones 2.5 Urban models 2.6 Sustainability

Weather and Climate: 3.1 Britain’s weather 3.2 Cloud Types 3.3 Low pressure and high pressure 3.4 Hurricanes and storms 3.5 Extreme Heat 3.6 Weather around the world

Water: 4.1 Water Cycle 4.2 River landscapes 4.3 Rocks, weathering and soils 4.4 Weather and physical processes 4.5 Flooding and case studies 4.6 Flooding management strategies

HT5 Coasts:

India: 7.1 Locations (key cities and attractions) (GIS) 7.2 Environmental aspects 7.3 Tourism (Human) 7.4 Weather and climate 7.5 Physical geography 7.6 Case study: Himalayas 7.7 Rural V Urban India 7.8 Patterns of migration Theme 2 Changing Environments: 1.1 River Processes

What a wonderful world: 8.1 Tundra ecosystems glaciation 8.2 Deserts climate 8.3 Deserts environment 8.4 Rainforest climate 8.5 Rainforest environment 8.6 Human development- Dubai 8.7 Human landscapes

Africa: 9.1 Ecosystems in Africa 9.2 Development factors 9.3 Sierra Leone Diamonds 9.4 Sudan Education 9.5 World Trade 9.6 Famine/malnutrition

Power of the Planet: 10.1 Plate tectonics 10.2 Earthquakes 10.3 Case study Volcanoes 10.4 Case Study 10.5 Tsunami 10.6 Hurricanes 10.7 Effects/responses of disasters

Population: 11.1 China one-child policy 11.2 Migration patterns 11.3 UK population 11.4 Factors for population 11.5 Future population impacts

Paradise Lost: 12.1Tourism around the world 12.2 Impacts of tourismpositive 12.3 Impacts of tourismnegative 12.4 Human effects on the world 12.5 Sustainable tourism 12.6 Thailand case study

Changing Environments: 1.4 Coastal Management 1.5 Extreme Weather

1.8 Case study detail 1.9 Ice age climates 1.10 Impacts of a changing climate

Theme 1: Changing Places: 2.1 Distinctive features of the UK

2.3 Changing Patterns of retailing 2.4 Leisure 2.5 Global Cities

2.7 Globalisation issues and concepts 2.8 Problems of globalisation

5.1 Coastal erosion and features 5.2 Changes in landscapes 5.3 Changes in climate (ice ages) 5.4 Coastal areas around the world 5.5 How humans use the coast

HT6 BRICs: (Brazil/Russia/India/China) 6.1 Similarities and differences of BRIC (GIS) 6.2 Human geography (how people live) 6.3 International development (technology) 6.4 Economic activity 6.5 Natural resourcesrainforests


Geography and landscapes GCSE 1.2 River management Geography 1.3 Coastal processes and landscapes

Year 10 WJEC GCSE Geography

Theme 3 Environmental Challenges: 3.1 How ecosystems function 3.2 Arctic case study 3.3 Water Supplies and ecosystems 3.4 Semi-arid areas

1.6 Patterns of weather and climate 1.7 Climate Change

1.11 Geographical Skills 1.12 Sustainability and Climate change

cities 2.2 Urban and rural changes

2.6 Development Issues

Theme 3 Environmental Challenges: 3.5 Ecosystems under threat 3.6 Conservation 3.7 Water supply and demand

Theme 3 Environmental Challenges: 3.8 North Sea case study 3.9 Management of rainforests 3.4 Issues of desertification

Problem Solving: How should the Red River be managed?

Fieldwork 1.1 Data methods 1.2 Location research

Problem Solving: How should coral reefs be managed? Problem Solving: Rural development in South Africa

Research Methods: Virtual fieldwork Research data collection methods Fieldwork: 1.3 Data collection 1.4 Results write up 1.5 Evaluation


Geography Year 11 WJEC GCSE Geography

Theme 1: Changing Places Recap main issues and theory. Fieldwork of contrasting location to collect data. Data write up and conclusions and evaluation. Distinctive features of the UK cities Urban and rural changes Changing Patterns of retailing Leisure Global Cities Development Issues

Theme 2: Changing environments: Recap main issues and theory. Detailed case study analysis of places looked at. River Processes and landscapes River management Coastal processes and landscapes Coastal Management Extreme Weather Patterns of weather and climate Climate Change

Theme 3 Environmental Challenges: Recap main issues and theory. Detailed case study analysis. Link to exam technique. Fieldwork exam technique.

Problem Solving: How should the Red River be managed? Problem Solving: Rural development in South Africa Problem Solving: How should coral reefs be managed?

Revision and Exam Practice Exam skills and technique


History Year 7

Year 8

Year 9 AQA GCSE History

HT1

HT2

HT3

HT4

HT5

HT6

Development of early Britain: Anglo Saxon History Skills Chronology & timelines Source analysis Change & continuity Before 1066- local study Aspects of Anglo-Saxon Britain English Civil War Historical background (reformation and issues) Causes of the ECW Roundheads Vs Cavaliers New Model Army and impact (Living graph) Execution of Charles I Life under Cromwell Restoration of the Monarchy

Norman Invasion & Conquest The battle for the English crown Battle of Stamford Bridge The Battle of Hastings

Castles & control Castles as a means of control Attacking and defending castles Life in a medieval village

Church v Crown Henry II v Thomas Becket Murder in the cathedral

Wars of the Roses Houses of Lancaster and York Richard III Battle of Bosworth

The Tudors Life in Tudor Britain Henry VIII Separation from Rome Succession

Britain & Empire Trade and Empire USA Case Study- depth study

Slavery & Trade Slave trade and triangle Transportation Life as a slave Abolition and emancipation

USA- Civil Rights Jim Crow laws Segregation Opposition/Sit ins KKK MLK US race relations in 2017.

MODERN DEPTH STUDY* World War 2 Second World War Wartime leadership of Churchill Battle of Britain

MODERN DEPTH STUDY* The Holocaust What was the holocaust Life in the ghettos The final solution

Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship

Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship

Power and the People 1170-present : The Middle Ages

Elizabethan England 1568-1603

Life in 1890’s Germany The German constitution Kaiser Wilhelm

Treaty of Versailles Weimar Germany Rise of Nazi party

Conflict and Tension between East and West 1945-72 [The origins of the Cold War] The origins of the Cold War The conferences of the 1940’s The Soviet Union’s expansion into Europe

Power and the People 1170-present : 19th century reform and reformers Protest and change Workers movements

The Middle Ages: Challenging authority and feudalism Magna Carta The Peasants Revolt The early modern World: Challenging royal authority Popular uprisings against the crown

The Tudor dynasty Elizabeth’s background and character Elizabethan culture: A golden age? Elizabethan exploration

The 20th century Equality and rights Women’s rights


History Divine right and parliamentary authority

Year 10 AQA GCSE History

Theme Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship [Growth of dictatorship] Kaiser Wilhelm II and the difficulties of ruling Germany The impact of WWI and the extent to which Germany was altered by 1918 The Weimar Republic, its challenges and condition by 1929. Germany and the rise of the Nazi party

Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship [Growth of dictatorship] The failure of the Weimar Republic and the establishment of the Third Reich

Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship [The experiences of Germans under the Nazis] Economic changes in peacetime and war and their effects on German society Social policy and practice and its effects on women, youth, church, ethnic minorities The use of persuasion, propaganda, and repression, and why so few opposed the regime

Conflict and Tension between East and West 1945-72 [The origins of the Cold War] The beginning of the Cold War The Allied conferences at Yalta and Potsdam The breakdown of the USA/USSR alliance Soviet expansionism US policy on eastern Europe; Truman Doctrine and Marshall plan The Berlin blockade and its consequences

Conflict and Tension between East and West 1945-72 [The development of the Cold War]

The significance of the Korean and Vietnamese war Military rivalries fought in the arms race, the space race and how the Cold War escalated Events in Hungary, Khrushchev’s rule and the extent to which there was a ‘thaw’ in Cold War relations

Conflict and Tension between East and West 1945-72 [The transformation of the Cold War ] The Berlin Wall’s construction and impact Tensions over Cuba, the US’s response to Castro and Khrushchev, and the dangers and results of the Cuban Missile Crisis The Prague springits effect on East/West relations Détente and the individuals involved in the easing of tension


History Year 11 AQA GCSE History

Theme Breadth Study: Power and the People 1170present (part 1) Context 1170-1450 Magna Carta The origins of Parliament (Simon de Montfort) The Peasants Revolt The early modern World: Challenging royal authority Context 1450-1800 Popular uprisings against the crown Divine right and parliamentary authority Royal authority and the right to representation

Breadth Study: Power and the People 1170present (part 1 19th century reform and reformers The Chartists Protest and change Workers movements

The 20th century Equality and rights Women’s rights Worker’s rights Minority rights CONCLUSION 800 YEARS OF CHANGE AND CONTINUITY CASE STUDY

Elizabethan England 1568-1603 (Elizabeth and her government) Elizabeth’s background and character Elizabethan politics The succession crisis (Life in Elizabethan times) Elizabethan culture: A golden age? The poor Elizabethan exploration

Elizabethan England 1568-1603 (Trouble at home and abroad) Religious matters Mary Queen of Scots Conflict with Spain

Elizabethan England 1568-1603 (Historical Environment)

Hardwick Hall

Consolidation of year 10 topics Source analysis and exam skills

Consolidation, Revision and Exam practice


MFL HT1 1a) Physical and personality descriptions. Possession, opinions and feelings. Assessment: Speaking (Halfterm)

HT2 1b) Descriptions of rooms, comparisons and introduction to regular and reflexive verbs. Assessment: Listening, reading and writing (December).

HT3 2a) Present tense of ar, er and ir verbs, and modal patterns. Assessment: Listening, reading and writing (February).

HT4 2b) Comparisons and superlatives, modal patterns and conditional tense. Assessment: Speaking (MarchApril).

HT5 3a) New regular verbs, stem changing verbs and relative clauses. Assessment: Listening, reading and writing (MayJune).

HT6 3b) Preterite of regular and irregular verbs. Assessment: Speaking (July).

Year 8

1a) Where I live. Present tense, description, adjectives, opinions. Assessment: Listening, speaking, reading. (October)

2a) Food and drink. Past, present and future tense covered. Extending opinions. Assessment: Extended piece of writing ( February)

2b) At the market, body parts and illnesses. Present and conditional tense. Assessment: speaking (Easter half term)

3a) Talents. Descriptions and opinions. Comparatives, superlatives and future tense. Assessment: All 4 skills (May-June)

3b) Board game project. Past, present, future tense with some irregular verbs, adjectives. Assessment: All 4 skills.

Year 9

1a) Present tense, locations, opinion verbs and modals. Assessment: Speaking (October.).

1b) My school. Description of school, school subjects and daily routine. Future tense. Assessment in reading and listening. (Christmas) 1b) Present and perfect tense, modals and near future. Assessment: Listening, reading and writing (December).

2a) Present tense and continuous, reflexives and imperfect tense. Assessment: Listening and reading assessment (February).

2b) Irregular verbs in present and preterite tenses, preterite vs imperfect. Assessment: Speaking (MarchApril).

3a) Whole spectrum of tenses covered so far, comparisons, gender and adjectival agreement. Assessment: Listening, reading and writing (MayJune).

3b) Future and conditional. Assessment: Speaking assessment (July).

Year 7


MFL Year 10

Year 11

1a) Film critique and celebrities

1b) Extreme sports, technology, pocket money. Controlled assessment: speaking and writing.

2a) Past and future holidays

2b) Present and future jobs Controlled assessment: speaking and writing Mock exams

Preparation for listening and reading AQA examinations.


Business HT1

HT2

HT3

HT4

HT5

HT6

1 - Enterprise in the Business World

1 - Enterprise in the Business World

1 - Enterprise in the Business World

1 - Enterprise in the Business World

1 - Enterprise in the Business World

1 - Enterprise in the Business World

LO:A Know how trends and the current business environment may impact on a business

LO:A Know how trends and the current business environment may impact on a business

LO:B Plan an idea for a new business

LO:B Plan an idea for a new business

Topic B.4 Producing an initial plan for a business idea

LO:C Present a business model for a business start-up.

Topic B.1 How business ideas can be successful

Topic B.3 Assessing the suitability of a business idea

A.1 Finding information about the different types of businesses

Topic A.3 Trends affecting business

Topic B.2 Business ideas

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

A.2 Factors to consider in the current business environment

Topic C.1 Choice of format Topic C.2 Sources of help and support in developing a new business

Topic A.4 Size of business and type

C.3 Business model

LA:2A PM1:

LA: 2B PM3, 2A D1 LA:2A PM2

Assessment BTEC Internal Assessment to include: Written assignments Presentations Portfolio of evidence and reflective practice Recorded video assessment

How the Business Environment can impact on a start-up business.

How changes in the current business environment are likely to impact on a start-up business.

Give examples of the features of successful businesses

LA: 2B PM4,

LA: 2B PM4,

LA: 2C PM5,6,D2

Plan for a business idea suitable for the local area

Plan for a business idea suitable for the local area

Present a realistic business model for a business start-up


Business Year 10

Assessment BTEC Mock exam Previous exam papers Written tests

Unit 2: Finance for Business

Unit 2: Finance for Business

Unit 2: Finance for Business

Unit 2: Finance for Business

Unit 2: Finance for Business

Topic A.1 Understand the costs involved in business and how businesses make a profit

A.2 Understand how businesses make a profit

Topic B.1 Understand how businesses plan for success

Topic C.1 Understand how businesses measure success

LA:A,B,C

Making a profit

BTEC External assessment

start-up costs – the costs incurred when setting up a business Operating (running) costs – the costs incurred in the day-today running of a Business Define and identify the differences between fixed and variable costs, direct and indirect costs, total costs

How businesses have to spend money (expenditure) in order to succeed Identify types of expenditure (including overheads) businesses may have

B.2 Understand the tools businesses use to plan for success Budgeting

Cash flow forecasting

(revenue and expenditure)

Revision exam questions

Measuring success by looking at financial statements Income statement (profit and loss account) – Statement of financial position (balance sheet)

Topic C.2 Understand how businesses can be more successful

Calculate total costs (formula will not be given in the assessment)

Year 11

Unit 5: Sales and Personal Selling

Unit 5: Sales and Personal Selling

Unit 5: Sales and Personal Selling

Unit 8: Recruitment, Selection and Employment

Unit 8: Recruitment, Selection and Employment

Unit 8: Recruitment, Selection and Employment


Business A explore the role of sales staff

A explore the role of sales staff

A explore the role of sales staff

A.1 The functions of the role of sales staff.

A.4 The process of personal selling and additional aspects of the role of sales Staff.

B.1 Demonstrate personal selling skills, including:

A.2 The skills that sales staff should have, including

B.2 Demonstrate personal selling processes, including

A.3 The knowledge that sales staff should have, including

BTEC Internal Assessment Written assignment Presentation Observation Portfolio of evidence

The role and function of sales staff in the business, and which offer guidance on how to sell products effectively to customers 1A.1, 1A.2, .M1, 2A.M2, 2A.D1

A know about job roles and functional areas in business

B produce documentation for specific job roles

C demonstrate interview skills and plan career development.

A.1 Organisational structures and functional areas Job roles and responsibilities

The role and function of sales staff in the business, and which offer guidance on how to sell products effectively to customers 1A.3, 1A.4, 2A.P3, 2A.P4, 2A.M1, 2A.M2, 2A.D1

Demonstrate personal selling skills and processes, and also effective customer care skills in different selling situations. This will include dealing with customer enquiries and problems or complaints. To reflect on personal selling skills and suggest improvements 1B.5, 1B.6, 1B.7, 2B.P5, 2B.P6, 2B.P7, 2B.M3, 2B.M4, 2B.D2, 2B.D3

Job Roles and Functions in Business 1A.1, 1A.2, 2A.P1, 2A.P2, 2A.M1, 2A.D1

Job Roles and Functions in Business 1A.1, 1A.2, 2A.P1, 2A.P2, 2A.M1, 2A.D1

Recruitment and Job Application & Career planning

1B.3, 1B.4, 1C.5, 1C.6, 2B.P3, 2B.P4, 2C.P5, 2C.P6, 2B.M2, 2B.M3, 2C.M4, 2C.M5, 2B.D2, 2C.D3


Art HT1 Line

HT2 Colour

HT3 Line

HT4 Colour

HT5 Line

HT6 Colour

Rosalind Monks

Georgia O’Keeffe

Cultural Pattern

Printing

Beatriz Milhazes

Beatriz Milhazes

Drawing skills

Media, Techniques and Processes- Oil pastels

Drawing skills

Media, Techniques and Processes- Block Printing

Drawing skills, working in the style of an artist

Abstract painting

Kathe Fraga

Kathe Fraga

Drawing skillsFlowers

Painting skillsFlowers

Media, Techniques and Processes- Mark Making

Working in the style of an artist

Media, Techniques and Processes- Mixed media

Media, Techniques and ProcessesPainting Artist researchPersonal study

Year 9

Matthew Williamson Artist Research board

Matthew Williamson Wallpaper design

Jennifer Collier Artist Research board

Jennifer Collier Mixed Media Sculpture

Sarah Graham Artist Research board

Sarah Graham painting

Year 10

Secret Garden Extended Project

Personal Project 1

AO1, AO2, AO3, AO4

AO1, AO2, AO3, AO4

Year 7

Year 8

Year 11

Skill Project

GCSE Exam Prep AO1, AO2, AO3, AO4

GCSE Exam


Computer Science Year 7

HT1 Introduction to Computer Science

HT2 E-Safety

HT3 Computer Hardware & Software

HT4 Binary & Hexadecimal

HT5 Scratch Programming

HT6 Python Programming

Year 8

E-Safety

Binary & Hexadecimal

Computer networks

Databases

Scratch Programming

Python Programming

Year 9

E-Safety

Binary & Hexadecimal (2)

Computer networks (2)

Databases (2)

Scratch Programming (2)

Python Programming (2)

Year 10

Systems Architecture

Memory

Data representation Ethical, legal, cultural and environmental concerns

Wired and wireless System Security networks Network System Software topologies, protocols and layers

Secondary Storage

Software

Controlled Assessment

Networks

Binary logic

Storage

Year 11

The CPU Memory Ethical, legal, cultural and environmental concerns

Controlled Assessment


Drama 0 Year 9

Year 10

HT1 ‘Binge’ Monologues The Theatre All AOs covered A comprehensive introduction to different performance styles and KS4 terminology necessary for the written exam.

HT2 Blood Brothers AO3 A comprehensive study of the play in preparation for Section b of the examination

HT3 Pupils will continue their exploration of Blood Brothers.

HT4 Component 2 taster. AO1, AO2 An introduction to devising drama where pupils will create their own performance from scratch and write up a devising log, analysing their performance.

Covering: performance styles, terminology.

Covering: Context, exploring themes and analysing key characters along with how these aspects can be interpreted in a performance.

Assessment: Performance based from work done on ‘Binge’

Assessment: Exam style questionSection A and B of Component 1 exam.

Devising Skills AO2 Pupils will examine different performance styles ranging from Brecht to TIE, etc. Assessment: Performance based using Component 2 mark scheme.

Component 2 AO1 AO2

Component 2 AO1 AO2

Component 2 AO1 AO2

Pupils will begin to devise, research and develop their performance piece.

Pupils will prepare to make their final performance to a live audience. This is then filmed, graded and sent to a GCSE moderator. Pupils may also begin work

Pupils to work on completion of devising log coursework)

Assessment: Performance based assessments of

HT5 Pupils will continue with their Component 2 taster.

Assessment: Final performance and the fully completed devising log.

Assessment: Assessment of performance

Assessment Devising log coursework to be

HT6 Component 3 taster (An Inspector Calls) AO2 An introduction to Texts in Practice, where pupils will create their own performance of a selected scene from a play. Summer exam: Written examComponent 1 Section A and B. Also performance assessment using Component 3 criteria.

Component 1 Section C AO3 AO4

Component 3 Texts in Practice AO2

Pupils will go to watch a live performance and then write an analysis of it as required in the exam.

Pupils will be introduced to the text chosen for performance (usually DNA). They will read it and perform key sections to develop


Drama devised piece During the mock exam period around December, pupils will sit Component 1 Sections A and B.

on their devising logs at this point.

graded and ready to submit to AQA

Assessment: Filmed performance.

their understanding of character, action and theatrical potential. Assessment: Performance based and full Component 1 exam.

Year 11

REVISION (Blood Brothers) AO3, AO4

Component 3- examination piece (AO2) Over this time, pupils will select their scenes and devise their performances, create their sets, costume, etc. Asessment will be using the Component 3 mark scheme and will be performance based rather than written MOCKS- Component Assessment1, full paper.

Assessment: Some performance based; also assessment of Section C response.

Performance (external examiner)

REVISION (COMPONENT 1 SECTION C) AO3, AO4

Practice papersection C Practice papers/ questions.

Exams TBC


Music HT 1

HT 2

HT 3

HT 4

HT 5

HT 6

Year 7

Video Game Music – Theme and Variation

Melody Writing

My First Composition

Basic Garageband

Pentatonic Music – World Music

Intervals – Steps, Leaps and Repeats.

Year 8

Bach Remix Project

Blues Music

Basic Notation

Form and Structure

Guitars and Keyboards

Songwriting

Year 9

Ensemble Performance

Ensemble Performance

Exam Content – AoS1 – The coronation Anthems and Oratorios of Handel

Exam Content – AoS1 – The orchestra music of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven

Exam Content – The Piano music of Chopin and Schumann

Exam Content- AoS1 – The Requiem of the late romantic period

Year 10

Solo Performance

Exam Content – Music of Broadway 1950’s to 1990’s

Exam Content – Rock Music of the 1960’s and 1970’s.

Free Composition

Exam Content – Film and Computer Music 1990s to present

Exam Content – Pop Music 1990’s to present

Year 11

Composition to a Brief

Exam Content – Blues Music from 1920 – 1950 Contemporary Latin Music

Exam Content – Fusion music African/ Caribbean Contemporary folk music of the British Isles

Exam Content – Orchestra Music of Copland British music of Arnold, Britten, Maxwell-Davies and Tavener

Exam Content – Orchestra music of Zoltan Kodaly and Bela Bartok Minimalist music of John Adama, Steve Reich and Terry Riely


PE

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

HT1

HT2

HT3

HT4

HT5

HT6

Indoor: Badminton Grip Variation of Shots Tactics Singles/Doubles Outdoor: Football Dribbling Passing Tackling/defending Attacking Tactics/Formations

Indoor: Basketball Dribbling Passing Shooting (Set/Layup) Tactics/Formations Outdoor: Rugby Passing Tackling/defending Attacking Tactics/formations

Indoor: Gymnastics Rolls/Partner Balance/ Flight Routine Building Outdoor: Handball Passing/Dribbling Shooting Tactics/Formations

Indoor: Gymnastics Vaulting/Trampolining

Indoor: Volleyball Set /Dig/Spike Serving Tactics/Formations Outdoor: Hockey Dribbling Passing Tackling/defending Attacking Tactics/Formations

Indoor: Striking and Fielding Rounders/Softball/Cricket/ Danish/Swedish Long ball

Indoor: Badminton Grip Variation of Shots Tactics Singles/Doubles Outdoor: Football Dribbling Passing Tackling/defending Attacking Tactics/Formations

Indoor: Basketball Dribbling Passing Shooting (Set/Layup) Tactics/Formations Outdoor: Rugby Passing Tackling/defending Attacking Tactics/formations

Indoor: Gymnastics Rolls/Partner Balance/ Flight Routine Building Outdoor: Handball Passing/Dribbling Shooting Tactics/Formations

Indoor: Gymnastics Vaulting/Trampolining

Indoor: Volleyball Set /Dig/Spike Serving Tactics/Formations Outdoor: Hockey Dribbling Passing Tackling/defending Attacking Tactics/Formations

Indoor: Striking and Fielding Rounders/Softball/Cricket/ Danish/Swedish Long ball

Skeletal system: Know the name and location of the major bones in the human body

Muscular System: know the name and location of the major muscle groups in the human body and be able to apply their use to examples from physical activity/sport

Circulatory System: Know the doublecirculatory system (systemic and pulmonary).

Respiratory System: Understand the pathway of air through the respiratory system.

Effects of exercise on the body: Understand the short-term effects of exercise on the body systems.

Know the different types of blood vessel.

Know the role of respiratory muscles in breathing.

Movement Analysis: Know the three classes of lever and their use in physical activity and sport: o 1st class – neck o 2nd class – ankle o 3rd class – elbow

Understand the roles and functions of the skeletal system.

Understand the

Outdoor: Fitness Fitness Testing Methods of training: Interval Continuous Fartlek Circuit

Outdoor: Fitness Fitness Testing Methods of training: Interval Continuous Fartlek Circuit

Understand the longterm effects of exercise on the body

Outdoor: Athletics Track/fielding events Sprint start Technique Relay changeover

Outdoor: Athletics Track/fielding events Sprint start Technique Relay changeover

Know the definition of mechanical advantage


PE Know the definition of a synovial joint. Know examples of ball and socket joints

Year 9

Know the types of movement at hinge/ball and socket joints and be able to apply them to examples from physical activity/sport.

know the definitions and roles of; agonist, antagonist, fixator and be able to apply them to examples from physical activity/sport:

pathway of blood through the heart. Know the definitions of: heart rate stroke volume cardiac output Know the role of red blood cells.

Year 10

Understand the roles and functions of the skeletal system. Know the definition of a synovial joint. Know examples of ball and socket joints

systems. Be able to apply the effects to examples from physical activity/sport.

Know the definitions of; aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise.

Muscular System: know the name and location of the major muscle groups in the human body and be able to apply their use to examples from physical activity/sport know the definitions and roles of; agonist, antagonist, fixator and be able to apply them to examples

Movement Analysis: Know the three classes of lever and their use in physical activity and sport: o 1st class – neck o 2nd class – ankle o 3rd class – elbow

Circulatory System: Know the doublecirculatory system (systemic and pulmonary).

Know the definition of mechanical advantage

Understand the pathway of blood through the heart.

Know the location of the planes of movement in the body

Know the different types of blood vessel.

know the definitions of:

Know the location of the planes of movement in the body and their application to physical activity and sport: o frontal o transverse o sagittal Know the location of the axes of rotation in the body and their application to physical activity and sport: o frontal o transverse longitudinal

Be able to apply practical examples of aerobic and anaerobic activities in relation to intensity and duration.

Know the roles of: o ligament o cartilage o tendons Skeletal system: Know the name and location of the major bones in the human body

Know the definitions of; breathing rate, tidal volume, minute ventilation. Understand about alveoli as the site of gas exchange

Effects of exercise on the body: Understand the short-term effects of exercise on the body systems. Understand the longterm effects of exercise on the body systems. Be able to apply the effects to examples from physical

Principles of Training: know the definition of the elements of FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type) and be able to apply these elements to personal exercise/training programmes Methods of Training know different types of training, definitions and examples of each type of training Understand and apply the


PE

Year 10

Know the types of movement at hinge/ball and socket joints and be able to apply them to examples from physical activity/sport. Know the roles of: o ligament o cartilage o tendons

from physical activity/sport:

and their application to physical activity and sport: o frontal o transverse o sagittal

heart rate stroke volume cardiac output

Know the location of the axes of rotation in the body and their application to physical activity and sport: o frontal o transverse longitudinal

Respiratory System: Understand the pathway of air through the respiratory system.

Know the role of red blood cells.

Know the role of respiratory muscles in breathing. Know the definitions of; breathing rate, tidal volume, minute ventilation. Understand about alveoli as the site of gas exchange know the definitions of; aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise. Be able to apply practical examples of aerobic and anaerobic activities in relation to intensity and

activity/sport. Components of Fitness: Components of fitness: Be able to define, link practical examples and know suitable tests for the skill related and health related components of fitness.

key components and physical benefits of a warm up. Understand and apply the key components and physical benefits of a cool down. Preventing Injury Understand how the risk of injury in physical activity and sport can be minimised and be able to apply examples. Know potential hazards in a range of physical activity and sport settings and be able to apply examples


PE duration.

Year 11

Skeletal system: Know the name and location of the major bones in the human body Understand the roles and functions of the skeletal system. Know the definition of a synovial joint. Know examples of ball and socket joints Know the types of movement at hinge/ball and socket joints and be able to apply them to examples from physical activity/sport. Know the roles of: o ligament o cartilage o tendons

Muscular System: know the name and location of the major muscle groups in the human body and be able to apply their use to examples from physical activity/sport know the definitions and roles of; agonist, antagonist, fixator and be able to apply them to examples from physical activity/sport:

Personal Exercise Programme PEP To know interpretation and analysis of fitness test results using appropriate data. To understand how to evaluate appropriate training method(s) selected and justified, and application of SMART targets and principles of training to meet performance goal(s). Understand how fitness tests results are compared and interpreted, and the differences and/or similarities identified and analysed, and reasons for them justified, with ample supporting evidence. Sophisticated evaluation of the application of the method(s) of training, SMART goals and principles of training, in

Circulatory System: Know the doublecirculatory system (systemic and pulmonary). Know the different types of blood vessel. Understand the pathway of blood through the heart. know the definitions of: heart rate stroke volume cardiac output Know the role of red blood cells. Respiratory System: Understand the pathway of air through the respiratory system. Know the role of respiratory muscles in breathing.

Effects of exercise on the body: Understand the short-term effects of exercise on the body systems. Understand the longterm effects of exercise on the body systems. Be able to apply the effects to examples from physical activity/sport. Components of Fitness: Components of fitness: Be able to define, link practical examples and know suitable tests for the skill related and health related components of fitness.

Principles of Training: know the definition of the elements of FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type) and be able to apply these elements to personal exercise/training programmes Methods of Training know different types of training, definitions and examples of each type of training Understand and apply the key components and physical benefits of a warm up. Understand and apply the key components and physical benefits of a cool down. Preventing Injury Understand how the risk of injury in physical activity and sport can be minimised and be able to apply examples. Know potential hazards in a range of physical activity


PE good detail and depth, with well Understand justified recommendations to improve future training and performance. To know coherence and structure, with appropriate terminology of Personal exercise

Know the definitions of; breathing rate, tidal volume, minute ventilation. Understand about alveoli as the site of gas exchange know the definitions of; aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise. Be able to apply practical examples of aerobic and anaerobic activities in relation to intensity and duration. Know the long term and short term effects of exercise on all body systems

and sport settings and be able to apply examples


RE Year 7

Year 8

Year 9 AQA GCSE Religious Studies

HT1

HT2

HT3

HT4

HT5

HT6

Key beliefs & practices: Religious communities

Who was Jesus? Jesus: fact or fiction? Jesus the teacher: parables e.g. of Good Samaritan and parable of the Prodigal Son. Jesus the miracle worker: healing and nature miracles Celebrating Jesus’ birth: Christmas.

What are the features of religious communities? A study of a world religion. Hindu community: beliefs about God Hindu Community: belonging and worship

Who was Jesus? Why was Jesus crucified? In the context of the Easter story investigation of Jesus. Investigation of the resurrection of Jesus. Easter celebrations & symbolism.

What are the features of religious communities? A study of a world religion. Hindu Community: belonging and worship Sacred writings in Hinduism. Hindu Community: celebration- festivals.

Religious leaders & communities Combating prejudice: case studies e.g. Martin Luther King (Christianity). Non-violence and justice: case studies e.g. Gandhi. (Hinduism) Power of forgiveness.

Christian practices: Rites of Passage Christian beliefs about: Journey of life Baptism Marriage Death rites Pilgrimage - e.g. Lourdes & Iona

What does it mean to be a Muslim? Living an Islamic life: 5 pillars of Islam What is the Shahadah? How is Salah performed? What is Zakat?

What does it mean to be a Muslim? Living an Islamic life: 5 pillars of Islam How is Saum and Id-ulFitr performed? Why is Hajj important? Role of the Mosque

What do Christians say about moral issues: Stewardship Environment (including global warming) Poverty: in Britain & the developing world. Christian values

Christianity & Matters of Life and Death Sanctity of life Afterlife – non-religious views Afterlife – religious views Abortion: ethical arguments Life after death in the media

Islam: Key beliefs and teachings Foundation of faith Nature of Allah Angels- Jibril & Mika’il Prophet hood- Risalah Afterlife

Islam & Matters of Life and Death Afterlife – nonreligious views Afterlife – religious views Abortion: ethical arguments Life after death in the media

Christianity & Human rights & social justice Human rights and social justice Prejudice & discrimination Race: Case study: Martin Luther King/ Nelson Mandela Wealth & poverty: exploitation of the poor Religious freedom Prejudice & discrimination. Religion & Human Rights & Social Justice Christianity: Prejudice & discrimination: women, homosexuality. Human rights Social justice Racial prejudice Equality & justice

Features of a community: ACS & ethos Christian community: belonging & baptism Christian community: belonging & church Christian community: celebration and worship Communication with God: Bible & prayer Christian worship Places of worship Inside a church Denominations Styles of worship: Are there key features of Christian worship? What styles of worship do Christians use? How do Christians celebrate Communion?

Christianity: beliefs & teachings Nature of God Creation – role of Word & Spirit Afterlife Jesus- incarnation Jesus- crucifixion, resurrection & ascension Sin & original sin Salvation Salvation – role of Christ –

Religion & Relationships & Families Christianity: Human sexuality Sex outside of marriage Contraception & family planning Marriage


RE atonement

Year 10 AQA GCSE Religious Studies

Year 11 AQA GCSE Religious Studies

Wealth & poverty Exploitation of the poor: fair pay, peopletrafficking Christian charity

Christianity: beliefs & teachings Nature of God Creation – role of Word & Spirit Afterlife Jesus- incarnation Jesus- crucifixion, resurrection & ascension Sin & original sin Salvation Salvation – role of Christ – atonement

Christianity: Practices – worship & festivals Different forms of worship Prayer Sacraments - meaning Sacraments – baptism Sacraments- Eucharist Pilgrimage Festivals Christmas Festivals – Easter

Religion: Relationships & families Human sexuality Sex outside of marriage Contraception & family planning Marriage Same sex relationships & cohabitation Divorce & re-marriage Nature and purpose of families Roles of men & women

Religion & Life Abortion and the law Abortion ethics Euthanasia ethics Animal experimentation Origins and value of life Origins and value of the universe Value of the natural world Environmental issues & stewardship Animal rights

Christianity: role of Church in local & global community Churches in the local community Mission, evangelism & church growth Worldwide churchreconciliation Worldwide churchresponse to persecution Christian Aid Religion and crime and punishment Causes of crime Aims of punishment Treatment of criminals Forgiveness Death penalty

Islam: Key beliefs and teachings Foundation of faith Nature of Allah Angels- Jibril & Mika’il Prophet hood- Risalah Afterlife

Islam: Practices Five Pillars – Shahadah Five Pillars – Salah Five Pillars – Sawn Five Pillars – Zakat Five Pillars – Hajj

Religion: Human Rights & social Justice Prejudice & discrimination: gender & homosexuality. Human rights Social justice Racial prejudice. Equality & justice Wealth & poverty Exploitation of the poor: fair pay, peopletrafficking Charity

Exam preparation & revision Review of learning for Paper 1 Christianity & Islam Paper 2 Thematic Studies – Ethics

Same sex relationships & cohabitation Divorce & re-marriage Nature and purpose of families Roles of men & women. Islam: Practices Festivals- Ashura Festivals- Id-ul-Adha Festivals- Id-ul-Fitr

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