Revision Support

Help with Revision

Revision is key to exam success and we know that the more revision a student does, the better the grades they are going to to get.

Here you will find materials to assist you with your revision programme in preparation for your examinations. There are also lots of revision sessions for you to attend at college.

If you are a parent reading this, you can help by:

  1. Everyday – Make revision a habit
  2. Organisation – Plan revision time with your child and get them to stick to it – use the week by week guide to
  3. Display the plan - Tick off what’s been done to motivate
  4. Motivation – WIIFM. Think rewards!
  5. Be interested - Look at work. Ask questions. Test them
  6. Be informed - Know exam dates and when revision sessions are on
  7. Contact – Contact subject staff if you have questions
  8. Equipped – Ensure students have revision materials for all subjects including, highlighters, cards, pens and pencils.

Exam Timetables

Exam Timetables for Summer 2017

 

Presentation given to Parents at the Year 11 Parents Revision Support Evening (February 2017)


 

Power to Perform: Help your child with their exams


 

Revision Schedule by Department

Week commencing Business
27.02.17 1.1 Spotting a business opportunity
06.03.17 1.2 Showing Enterprise
13.03.17 1.3 Putting a business idea into practice
20.03.17 1.4 making the start up effective
27.03.17 1.5 The Wider Environment
03.04.17 3.1 Marketing
10.04.17 3.2 Customer Needs
17.04.17 3.3 Financial Management
24.04.17 3.4 People Management
01.05.17 3.5 Wider World
08.05.17 Practice Papers
15.05.17 Practice Papers
22.05.17 Practice Papers
Week commencing Computing
27.02.17 Unit 1: Computer Systems
define a computer system and describe the importance of computer systems in the modern world
explain the importance of ethical, environmental and legal considerations when creating computer systems.
06.03.17 Unit 2: CPU & Binary Logic
state the purpose of the CPU and describe the function of the CPU as fetching and executing instructions stored in memory
explain how common characteristics of CPUs such as clock speed, cache size and number of cores affect their performance.
explain why data is represented in computer systems in binary form
understand and produce simple logic diagrams using the operations NOT, AND and OR and produce a truth table from a given logic diagram.
13.03.17 Unit 3: Memory, Storage, Input & Output Devices
describe the difference between RAM and ROM
explain the need for virtual memory and describe cache, flash memory
describe suitable input/output devices for a wide range of computer controlled situations
discuss input/output devices for users with specific needs
describe common storage technologies such as optical, magnetic and solid state
select suitable storage devices and storage media for a given application and justify their    choice using characteristics such as capacity, speed, portability, durability and reliability.
20.03.17 Unit 4: Software
explain the need for the following functions of an operating system: user interface, memory management, peripheral management, multi-tasking and security
describe the purpose of common utility programs for computer security (antivirus, spyware protection and firewalls), disk organisation (formatting, file transfer, and defragmentation), and system maintenance (system information and diagnosis, system clean-up tools, automatic updating)discuss the relative merits of custom written, off the shelf, open source and proprietary software.
27.03.17 Unit 5: Representation of numbers and characters
define the terms bit, nibble, byte, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, terabyte
Understand that data needs to be converted into a binary format to be processed by a computer.
convert positive denary whole numbers (0-255) into 8-bit binary numbers and vice versa
add two 8-bit binary integers and explain overflow errors which may occur
convert positive denary whole numbers (0-255) into 2-digit hexadecimal numbers and vice versa
convert between binary and hexadecimal equivalents of the same number (g) explain the use of hexadecimal numbers to represent binary numbers.
explain the use of binary codes to represent characters
describe with examples (for example ASCII and Unicode) the relationship between the number of bits per character in a character set and the number of characters which can be represented.
03.04.17 Unit 6: Representation of images and sound
explain the representation of an image as a series of pixels represented in binary
explain the need for metadata to be included in the file such as height, width and colour depth
discuss the effect of colour depth and resolution on the size of an image file
explain how sound can be sampled and stored in digital form
explain how sampling intervals and other considerations affect the size of a sound file and quality of its playback.
explain how instructions are coded as bit patterns
explain how the computer distinguishes between instructions and data
10.04.17 Unit 7: Databases
describe a database as a persistent organised store of data
Explain the use of data handling software to create, maintain and interrogate a database.
describe how a DBMS allows the separation of data from applications and why this is desirable
Describe the principal features of a DBMS and how they can be used to create customised data handling applications.
understand the components of a relational database, entities such as tables, forms, queries, reports and modules
understand the use of logical operators in framing database queries
explain the use of key fields to connect tables and avoid data redundancy
describe methods of validating data as it is input
17.04.17 Unit 8: Networks
explain the advantages of networking stand-alone computers into a local area network
describe the hardware needed to connect stand-alone computers into a local area network, including hub/switches, wireless access points
explain the different roles of computers in a client-server and a peer-to-peer network
describe, using diagrams or otherwise, the ring, bus and star network topologies
describe the differences between a local area network and a wide area network such as the internet
explain the terms IP addressing, MAC addressing, packet and protocols
explain the need for security measures in networks, such as user access levels, suitable passwords and encryption techniques
describe and justify network policies such as acceptable use, disaster recovery, failover, back up, archiving.
24.04.17 Unit 9: The Internet
describe the nature of the internet as a worldwide collection of computer networks
describe the hardware needed to connect to the internet including modems, routers
explain the need for IP addressing of resources on the internet and how this can be facilitated by the role of DNS services
explain the importance of HTML
describe common file standards associated with the internet such as JPG, GIF, PDF, MP3, MPEG
explain the importance of compressing files that are transmitted via the internet
describe the differences between lossy and lossless compression.
01.05.17 Unit 10: Algorithms
produce algorithms in pseudocode or flow diagrams to solve problems.
explain the difference between high level code and machine code
explain the need for translators to convert high level code to machine code
describe the characteristics of an assembler, a compiler and an interpreter
describe common tools and facilities available in an integrated development environment (IDE)
understand and use sequence in an algorithm
understand and use selection in an algorithm (IF and CASE statements)
understand and use iteration in an algorithm (FOR, WHILE and REPEAT loops). •
08.05.17 Unit 10: Algorithms
define the terms variable and constant as used in an imperative language
use variables and constants
describe the data types integer, real, Boolean, character and string
select and justify appropriate data types for a given program
perform common operations on numeric and Boolean data (o) use one-dimensional arrays.
15.05.17 Unit 11: Testing
Describe syntax errors and logic errors which may occur while developing program
Understand and identify syntax and logic errors
Select and justify test data for a program, stating the expected outcome of each test.
22.05.17
Week commencing Drama
27.02.17 Rehearsals for Unit 2 performances
06.03.17 Rehearsals for Unit 2 performances
13.03.17 Rehearsals for Unit 2 performances
20.03.17 Revising Macbeth for the written exam (resources on SMHW to attempt in addition to formally set HW)
27.03.17 Revising Macbeth for the written exam (resources on SMHW to attempt in addition to formally set HW)
03.04.17 Revising Macbeth for the written exam (resources on SMHW to attempt in addition to formally set HW)
10.04.17 Revising Macbeth for the written exam (resources on SMHW to attempt in addition to formally set HW)
17.04.17 Revising Macbeth for the written exam (resources on SMHW to attempt in addition to formally set HW)
24.04.17 Revising Macbeth for the written exam (resources on SMHW to attempt in addition to formally set HW)
01.05.17 Revising Macbeth for the written exam (resources on SMHW to attempt in addition to formally set HW)
08.05.17 Drama Written Exam is 18th May
15.05.17
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing English
27.02.17 Reading unseen fiction – Component 1 section A
06.03.17 Transactional writing letters, article, speeches, reports and blogs - Component 2 Section B
13.03.17 C20th Drama text – An Inspector Calls, Blood Brothers or The History Boys – GCSE English Literature
20.03.17 Anthology Poetry – GCSE English Literature
27.03.17 Narrative and Creative Prose Writing – Component 1 section B
03.04.17 Shakespeare – either Macbeth or Othello  – GCSE English Literature
10.04.17 Unseen poetry and Anthology poems – GCSE English Literature
17.04.17 C19th novel – either A Christmas Carol or Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde – GCSE English Literature
24.04.17 Reading non-fiction – Component 2 section A
01.05.17 Transactional writing letters, article, speeches, reports and blogs - Component 2 Section B
08.05.17 Narrative and Creative Prose Writing – Component 1 section B
15.05.17 Reading unseen fiction – Component 1 section A
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Food Technology
27.02.17
06.03.17 Eating for health,
Proteins, Fats, Carbohydrates
13.03.17 Vitamins, Minerals and Water
Practice Questions p14
20.03.17 Factors affecting Consumer Choice:
Medical Factors, Food Allergies and Intolerance, Religion and Ethics
27.03.17 Ethics, Environmental and Social Issues
Practice Questions p24
03.04.17 Cooking with food:
Meat, Fish, Milk, Milk products, Cereals, Fruit and Vegetables, Eggs, Fats and Oils, Sugar.
Practice Questions p34
10.04.17 Functional Properties of Food:
Effects of acids and Alkalis on Food, Raising agents, Cooking Food.
17.04.17 Cakes, Pastry, Bread, Sauces, Modifying Basic Recipes
Practice Questions p48
24.04.17 Making Food Safe: Enzymes, yeasts and moulds, Bacteria, Food Poisoning, - to Additives
Practice Questions p62
01.05.17 Designing Food Products:
Design Process, Specifications, Research, CAD, equipment, sensory Analysis, Flow Charts
Practice Questions p78
08.05.17 Food Manufacturing:
Scales of Production, CAM, QA and QC, HACCP, Food Labelling, Packaging
Practice Questions p90
15.05.17 Mrs Harget’s Revision booklet part 1
Past Papers
22.05.17 Mrs Harget’s Revision booklet part 2
Past Papers
29.5.17 Mrs Harget’s Revision booklet part 3
Past Papers
5.6.17 Exam Day –  TOPTIPS Breakfast in D07C: 7.30 onwards…

call into Food after the exam and let us know what you thought…

Week commencing French
27.02.17 Personal and social life
Self, family, friends, home life, shopping, meals, healthy living, illness and accident, free time, fashion, relationships, future plans.
06.03.17 Local community
Home town, school, education, local environment, pollution, recycling, local facilities, comparisons with other towns and regions, weather and seasons.
13.03.17 The world of work
Work experience, part-time jobs, future careers, technology (sending messages, accessing information).
20.03.17 The wider world
Travel and holidays, media, social issues (e,g, life of young people today, homelessness, crime, drugs, healthy living, religion, politics),life in the countries and communities where the language is spoken.
27.03.17 Personal and social life
Self, family, friends, home life, shopping, meals, healthy living, illness and accident, free time, fashion, relationships, future plans.
03.04.17 Local community
Home town, school, education, local environment, pollution, recycling, local facilities, comparisons with other towns and regions, weather and seasons.
10.04.17 The world of work
Work experience, part-time jobs, future careers, technology (sending messages, accessing information).
17.04.17 The wider world
Travel and holidays, media, social issues (e,g, life of young people today, homelessness, crime, drugs, healthy living, religion, politics),life in the countries and communities where the language is spoken.
24.04.17 Personal and social life
Self, family, friends, home life, shopping, meals, healthy living, illness and accident, free time, fashion, relationships, future plans
01.05.17 Local community
Home town, school, education, local environment, pollution, recycling, local facilities, comparisons with other towns and regions, weather and seasons.
08.05.17 The world of work
Work experience, part-time jobs, future careers, technology (sending messages,
15.05.17
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Geography
27.02.17 Access to other services  Case study 3 -  Other service provision (Mosques in Barcelona)
06.03.17 Key idea - Urbanisation Case Study 4 – Rural to urban Migration (Mahad Taluka to Mumbai)
13.03.17 Planning issues in a built environment/sustainability. Case Study 5- A planning issue in an residential area: Countesthorpe or Suffolk
20.03.17 Rural Change and planning issues.  Case study 6: Leisure use of a rural area that causes conflict: The Glastonbury Festival
27.03.17 Weather and Climate. Case Study 7: An extreme weather event (The European heat wave 2003)
03.04.17 Ecosystems. Case Study 8: An Ecosystem – Tropical Rainforests (the Amazon)
10.04.17 Issues of desertification. Case Study 9: An area suffering from desertification: causes, effects and management – The Sahel region
17.04.17 River processes, landforms and management Case Study 10: A flooding event at a regional scale: The Valency drainage basin (Boscastle). Case Study 11: Management of river flooding in Boscastle.
24.04.17 Coastal processes, lanadfors and management. Case Study 12: Coastal Processes and their management: Happisburgh, Norfolk
01.05.17 Changing Employment structures and economic activity Case Study 13: A named tertiary industry that has changed location: BBC move to Media City, Salford
08.05.17 Economic activities and the Environment Case Study 14: A Multinational Company: Nokia Case Study 15: The impact of an economic activity on the environment: Canada Tar Sands or Deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest
15.05.17 Climate change Development Development issues and water Case study 16: Managing the effects of climate change: Low Carbon future, UK Case Study 17: A trans-boundary water management project: GAP, Turkey
22.05.17 Quality of life, housing and access to services Case study 1: Housing in an urban area: Bristol and/or Leicester Case study 2: Retail service provision
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing H&SC
27.02.17 Life stages and ages
06.03.17 Infancy
13.03.17 Early childhood and types of play
20.03.17 Adolescence and puberty
27.03.17 Early and middle adulthood
03.04.17 Later Adulthood
10.04.17 Factors that affect Health and well-being. E.g. Diet and lifestyle
17.04.17 Factors that affect Health and well-being. E.g. Poverty and Social Class
24.04.17 Life Events
01.05.17 Relationships - Types of relationships e.g. Family, Friends, and Working.
08.05.17 Relationships – Link it to the PIES.
15.05.17
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing History
27.02.17 Britain Key topic 1 – The impact of the Depression
Depression, Unemployment, Government Reaction, Jarrow
06.03.17 Britain Key topic 2 - Britain Alone
Blitzkrieg, Dunkirk, Battle of Britain, D-Day, Defeat of Germany
13.03.17 Britain key topic 3 – The Home Front
Evacuation, Blitz, VI, V2, Rationing, Ministry of Information, Women
20.03.17 Britain key topic 4 – Labour In Power
Beveridge Report, Fighting Giants, NHS
27.03.17 USA - 1920’s America – Boom, Jazz age, Intolerance
03.04.17 USA - Causes and consequences of the Wall Street crash and the Great Depression
10.04.17 USA - The New Deal and the Second New Deal
First Hundred Days, Alphabet Agencies, Supreme Court and the New Deal
17.04.17 Causes of the Cold War – ideological, Cold War Conferences, Containment Policy, Secret telegrams, Cominform/Comecon, Satellite states
24.04.17 Berlin Blockade and Airlift, Hungary, Berlin crisis 1961 – refugees,wall, summits
01.05.17 Cuban missile Crisis, Czechoslovakia, 1968
08.05.17 The End of the Cold War – Détente, Afghanistan, Evil Empire, Star Wars, Reagan and Gorbachev, fall of Berlin Wall, fall of Soviet Union
15.05.17
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing ICT
27.02.17 Unit 1: Personal & Digital Devices

1.2. features of digital devices (portability,
performance, storage, user interface,
connectivity, media support, energy
consumption, expansion capability, security
features, applications); multi-functional devices,
e.g. mobile phones that include a camera, have
limited game playing functionality and
sometimes GPS
1.3. how to select suitable devices/features to meet
particular needs

06.03.17 Unit 1: Personal & Digital Devices

1.4. the impact of age, gender and disability on
individuals’ choice/use of digital devices
1.5. methods of connecting devices (device to
device, device to internet, device to peripherals)
1.6. peripheral devices that can be used with digital
devices
1.7. the impact of the use of digital devices on the
way organisations operate
1.8. health and safety risks associated with digital
devices and how to reduce or contain them;
responsible use of digital devices.

13.03.17 Unit 2: Connectivity

2.2. equipment needed to create a home network;
benefits and drawbacks of wired versus wireless
connections
2.3. how different technologies can be used together,
e.g. transferring a picture from a phone via
Bluetooth, then uploading to web via Wi-Fi and
ADSL
2.4. factors affecting speed and volume of data
transfer
2.5. the significance of bandwidth and latency, and
their impact on the ‘user experience’

20.03.17 Unit 2: Connectivity

2.6. commonly used communication networks
(Ethernet, wireless Ethernet, GSM)
2.7 commonly used communication protocols (VoIP,
POP, IMAP, SMTP, HTTP/S)
2.8. security risks to data and how to reduce or
contain them (firewalls, encryption,
authentication, digital certificates, physical
access controls).

27.03.17 Unit 3: Operating Online

3.1. the widespread use of the internet
3.2 the use of usernames, passwords and other
security measures (challenge responses, security
questions) when accessing online systems
3.3 control of access to and management of personal
spaces; opportunities for individuals to
personalise own spaces; responsible use
3.4 threats to and methods of preventing misuse of
personal information
3.5 the impact of relevant legislation.

03.04.17 Unit 4: Online goods and services

4.1. advantages and disadvantages of shopping online
rather than in the high street
4.2. the impact on lifestyles and behaviour of the
availability of goods and services online
4.3. how and why organisations operate online;
impact of the internet on the ways that
organisations do business
4.4. the value of transactional data (what is collected,
how it is collected, e.g. cookies, transaction
tracking, and what it is used for)
4.5. targeted marketing

10.04.17 Unit 4: Online goods and services

4.6. payment systems
4.7. consumer protection.
4.8. the advantages and disadvantages of hosted
applications software versus locally installed
software
4.9. how commercial software producers can respond
to the challenge of software as a service
4.10. the advantages and disadvantages of online data
storage versus local storage
4.11. the advantages and disadvantages of free/open
source versus proprietary software
4.12. effective use of search engines, validity of results,
searching techniques.

17.04.17 Unit 5: Online communities

5.1. the features, functions and target audience of
different forms of online communities
5.2. ways in which ICT is changing the way
knowledge is created
5.3. the impact of the internet on employment and
working practices; collaborative working
5.4. the impact of the internet on ways of socialising
5.5. responsible use and acceptable behaviour
5.6. ways in which ICT is used to communicate and
collaborate on a global scale

24.04.17 Unit 6: Issues

6.1. security issues that arise when information is
transmitted and stored digitally
6.2. privacy issues associated with the use of ICT
6.3. ways in which ICT can be used to monitor
individuals’ movements and communications
6.4. health and safety issues that arise from
individuals’ use of ICT

01.05.17 Unit 6: Issues

6.5. the impact on society of the widespread use of
networks and the ability of individuals to access
networks anywhere
6.6. legislation relating to the use of ICT, including
copyright and data protection
6.7. the causes and implications of unequal access to
ICT (locally, globally)
6.8. safe and responsible practice when using ICT
6.9. sustainability issues and ways of
minimising/mitigating the environmental impact
of ICT.

08.05.17 PAST PAPERS, EXAM STYLE QUESTIONS ETC.
15.05.17 PAST PAPERS, EXAM STYLE QUESTIONS ETC.
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Maths Higher
27.02.17 Algebra – Expanding and factorising, linear equations, sequences
06.03.17 Ratio and Proportion – percentages reverse and compound, growth and decay
13.03.17 Geometry and Measures – Angles, Pythagoras and trigonometry ( including sine and cosine rules)
20.03.17 Probability and Statistics – averages from frequency tables, cumulative frequency, box plots, sampling.
27.03.17 Number – recurring decimals, accuracy and error, surds
03.04.17 Algebra – straight line graphs, parallel and perpendicular lines, quadratic ,cubic and reciprocal graphs
10.04.17 Ratio and Proportion – speed, density and compound measures, proportion.
17.04.17 Geometry and Measures – perimeter, area and volume – circles, cylinders, sectors. Similar shapes
24.04.17 Probability and Statistics – histograms, probability and tree diagrams, Venn diagrams.
01.05.17 Algebra – quadratic formula, completing the square, simultaneous equations, trig graphs, inequalities on graphs, iteration.
08.05.17 Geometry and Measures – transformations, constructions, circle theorems, vectors
15.05.17 Algebra – gradients of curves, area under curves, velocity time graphs, functions.
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Maths Foundation
27.02.17 Algebra – simplifying, substitution, expanding and factorising
06.03.17 Ratio and Proportion – Percentages, ratio
13.03.17 Geometry and Measures - Angles
20.03.17 Probability and Statistics
27.03.17 Number – Rules for Fractions, Rounding
03.04.17 Algebra – Equations and Inequalities
10.04.17 Ratio and Proportion – compound measures
17.04.17 Geometry and Measures-Perimeter ,area and volume, trigonometry and Pythagoras
24.04.17 Probability and Statistics
01.05.17 Number – Standard Form
08.05.17 Algebra – Sequences and Straight line graphs, quadratic, cubic and reciprocal graphs. Simultaneous equations
15.05.17 Ratio and Proportion - proportion
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Media
27.02.17
06.03.17 Camera shots/angle/movement/focus and Q2-style paragraph writing.
13.03.17 Mise-en-scene and Q2-style paragraph writing.
20.03.17 Sound techniques and Q2-style paragraph writing.
27.03.17 Editing techniques and Q2-style paragraph writing.
03.04.17 Q3) Representation.
10.04.17 Action Adventure genre conventions.
17.04.17 Action Adventure genre conventions.
24.04.17 Section B: TV Comedy.
01.05.17 Section B: TV Comedy.
08.05.17 General exam revision.
15.05.17
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Music
27.02.17
06.03.17 CompositionFinal adjustments to compositions: Must be submitted by 31st March: work will not be marked after this date.

After school sessions for help with composition run on Thursdays in Mu3

Performance

All recordings including multi tracks and sequences must be completed by March 31st.

Multi track recordings take place on Tuesdays after school. Solo and ensemble performances will be recorded during the school day.

13.03.17
20.03.17
27.03.17
03.04.17
10.04.17
17.04.17
24.04.17 After school listening sessions will run on Thursdays in Mu1 as below:
01.05.17 AoS 1: Handel, Mozart, Chopin
08.05.17 AoS2: Schoenberg, Reich, Bernstein
15.05.17 AoS3: Buckley, Moby, Miles Davis
22.05.17 AoS 4: Capercaillie, Rag Desh, Yiri
29.5.17 General revision
5.6.17 General revision
Tab 5 content...
Week commencing RE
27.02.17 Abortion + Sanctity of life
06.03.17 IVF + Cloning + Euthanasia
13.03.17 Suicide + Animals + Practice Questions
20.03.17 Gender Roles + Sex + Contraception
27.03.17 Marriage  + Divorce + Remarriage + Practice Questions
03.04.17 What is Good + What is Evil + The Devil
10.04.17 The Fall, Sin, Redemption, Coping with suffering, Sources of moral behaviour
17.04.17 The problem of Evil + Responses to the Problem of Evil
24.04.17 Science (how it works), Evidence for the world, Christian evidence
01.05.17 Religion vs Science, Stewardship
08.05.17 The environment
Animals
15.05.17
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Resistant Materials
27.02.17 woods characteristics / environmental impact, Metal characteristics / environmental impact
06.03.17 Flowcharts of a making process (biscuit or dowel)
13.03.17 Plastic / smart materials characteristics / environmental impact
20.03.17 Tools and holding devices, machinery
27.03.17 Tools and holding devices, machinery
03.04.17 Specification points for exam board set material
10.04.17 5 initial ideas for exam board set materials
17.04.17 developed idea to exam board set material
24.04.17 School workshop exam style making question
01.05.17 Social, moral environmental impact of design
08.05.17 Health and safety in  the workshop
15.05.17 Labels and signs within health and safety
22.05.17 Anthropometrics and ergonomics exam style question
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Science
27.02.17 Biology Unit 1
06.03.17 Biology Unit 1
13.03.17 Chemistry Unit 1
20.03.17 Chemistry Unit 1
27.03.17 Physics Unit 1
03.04.17 Physics Unit 1
10.04.17 Biology Unit 2
17.04.17 Chemistry Unit 2
24.04.17 Physics Unit 2
01.05.17 Biology Unit 3 Triple
08.05.17 Exam practice Biology Unit 1
15.05.17 Chemistry Unit 3 Triple
22.05.17 Exam practice Chemistry Unit1
29.5.17 Physics unit 3 Triple
5.6.17 B1 Exam
Week commencing Spanish
27.02.17 Personal and social life
Self, family, friends, home life, shopping, meals, healthy living, illness and accident, free time, fashion, relationships, future plans
06.03.17 Local community
Home town, school, education, local environment, pollution, recycling, local facilities, comparisons with other towns and regions, weather and seasons.
13.03.17 The world of work
Work experience, part-time jobs, future careers, technology (sending messages, accessing information
20.03.17 The wider world
Travel and holidays, media, social issues (e,g, life of young people today, homelessness, crime, drugs, healthy living, religion, politics),life in the countries and communities where the language is spoken.
27.03.17 Personal and social life
Self, family, friends, home life, shopping, meals, healthy living, illness and accident, free time, fashion, relationships, future plans.
03.04.17 Local community
Home town, school, education, local environment, pollution, recycling, local facilities, comparisons with other towns and regions, weather and seasons.
10.04.17 The world of work
Work experience, part-time jobs, future careers, technology (sending messages, accessing information).
17.04.17 The wider world
Travel and holidays, media, social issues (e,g, life of young people today, homelessness, crime, drugs, healthy living, religion, politics),life in the countries and communities where the language is spoken.
24.04.17 Personal and social life
Self, family, friends, home life, shopping, meals, healthy living, illness and accident, free time, fashion, relationships, future plans
01.05.17 Local community
Home town, school, education, local environment, pollution, recycling, local facilities, comparisons with other towns and regions, weather and seasons.
08.05.17 The world of work
Work experience, part-time jobs, future careers, technology (sending messages,
15.05.17
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17
Week commencing Textiles
27.02.17
06.03.17 Theme: India
Context – Textile product
Homework to be completed for the first lesson of each week.
13.03.17 EASTER HOLIDAYS
Complete a moodboard on the theme of India.  Research 10 different textile products suitable for teenagers.
Work through and attempt practice papers.  Use revision guides to support answers.
20.03.17 Specifications, disassembly, components
Textiles revision guide 2013 p4 - 13
27.03.17 Fibres (wool, cotton, synthetic, regenerated), fabrics and properties, fabric finishes, fabric properties
Textiles revision guide 2013 p14 - 19
03.04.17 Biofibres, modern fabrics, microencapsulated fabrics, UV reactive and phase changing materials.
Textiles revision guide 2013 p20 - 31
10.04.17 Industrial production, batch, mass, one off.
Just in time.
Decorative techniques.
Textiles revision guide 2013 p32 - 40
17.04.17 Quality products.
Working drawings.
Flow diagrams.
Trends
Testing fabrics
Textiles revision guide 2013 p41 - 48
24.04.17 Costing textiles products.
Chemicals and textile production.
CAD/CAM
Labelling textiles/care labels.
Textiles revision guide 2013 p49 - 57
01.05.17 6 R’s for Textiles
Ethical issues
Textiles and environment
Textiles revision guide 2013 p58 – 66
08.05.17 Drawing development.  Practice for Section A of the paper.
Complete drawing development.
15.05.17 Revision Session
Hot Tips
2010 new spec paper – section B
Exam 8.30 am Tuesday 23rd May
22.05.17
29.5.17
5.6.17

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