You will be assessed using a scaffolded Foundation Non-Calculator GCSE 9-1 paper, this will contain many of the topics that you have covered in maths so far this year. You have a detailed list of topic areas to focus on for revision and have started to look at this already. Useful websites to support revision would be Hegarty Maths, Maths Watch (login pnumber@fiveislands, password isosceles) and Just Maths (login FiveStudent, password Five).
You will be assessed on your final write up of ‘The Return to Ithaca’. You have all worked brilliantly in class to prepare for this.
You will be assessed using an exam style paper based on respiration, organ systems and the musculoskeletal system. We will also be creating a layered children's book to explain why Usain Bolt is so fast. Use Doddle to browse topics and revisit past homeworks to succeed!
You will be assessed on your knowledge of what is Geography, the main lines of latitude and longitude, your ability to locate places using these and your ability to interpret data using graphs. Revise using exercise books.
You will be assessed on your knowledge of the battle of Hastings and your ability to interpret sources. You will be given a scaffolded exam question. Use Doddle and previous lessons work to revise.
You will be assessed on your knowledge of our current topic “Who am I?”. This will include talking about your likes and dislikes, your appearance and character traits, what to put in a survival kit and how to describe other people. You will be assessed in all four skills, reading, listening, writing and speaking.
You will be assessed on your tonal self-portrait. To prepare you can continue to practice drawing your face from a selfie or from a mirror.
You will be assessed on your knowledge of what we have covered whilst looking at Harry Potter music during this quadmester. The topics covered within this assessment will include listening for specific musical instruments within a piece; describing the musical elements of a piece using the correct terminology; listening for whether the pitch of the notes in a given melody is higher or lower than a previous phrase and determining whether rhythms are the same or have been changed. It would be useful to look over your book and the definitions we have learned this quadmester, and identify the instruments you can hear and any musical techniques you can spot whilst listening to music.
You will be assessed on your designing skills and ability to add comments and notes to your design ideas using technical language.
You will be assessed on your final cooking practical from quadmester 1.
To prepare you will watch the demonstration in your first lesson back after the holiday and you can practice the dish at home.
You will be assessed on the work you have done for Citizenship on building a community and the systems that need to be in place for society to work.