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Home Learning – Year 10 Half Term 4

Art – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Observational drawings from your primary and secondary research. Annotate as you go along.Link to ‘Observational drawing with Youtube techniques and demos’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Further Observational drawing’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Media Techniques’ PowerPoint
Observational drawings from your primary and secondary research. Annotate as you go along.Link to ‘Observational drawing with Youtube techniques and demos’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Further Observational drawing’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Media Techniques’ PowerPoint
Observational drawings from your primary and secondary research. Annotate as you go along.Link to ‘Observational drawing with Youtube techniques and demos’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Further Observational drawing’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Media Techniques’ PowerPoint
Develop ideas inspired by your chosen artist(s) Work from your own research images, combining them to create ideas. Use the symbolism PowerPoint to help you attach meaning to your work.Link to ‘Developing Ideas’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Symbolism’ PowerPoint
Develop ideas inspired by your chosen artist(s) Work from your own research images, combining them to create ideas. Use the symbolism PowerPoint to help you attach meaning to your work.Link to ‘Developing Ideas’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Symbolism’ PowerPoint
Develop ideas inspired by your chosen artist(s) Work from your own research images, combining them to create ideas. Use the symbolism PowerPoint to help you attach meaning to your work.Link to ‘Developing Ideas’ PowerPoint

Computer Science – Half Term 4

IMPORTANT NOTE: Remember you can see your all of your lessons on Teams you can add the work here or work off the sheets provided here. To remember how to log into Teams at home watch this video.

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
AI, machine Learning & Robotics
Data structures (two-dimensional)
Teams > Class notebook >
Check for new class page to complete.
AI, machine Learning & Robotics
Subprograms (local, global variables, procedures, and functions)
Low-stakes Test and Therapy
Teams > Class notebook >
Check for new class page to complete.
Personal Data
Problem Solving
Teams > Class notebook >
Check for new class page to complete.
Privacy
Trace tables, errors, flowcharts recap
Low-stakes Test and Therapy
Teams > Class notebook >
Check for new class page to complete.
Data protection & computer misuse
Assessment 04
Teams > Class notebook >
Check for new class page to complete.
Catch-up lessonTeams > Class notebook >
Check for new class page to complete.

Construction – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Constraints on design – Complete the word document in the folder, using the PowerPoint in there to guide you through each point. Blue questions are also on the template to answer to bulk out the information required.Link to ‘Constraints on Design Guide’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Constraints’ template
Client profile – Constraints on design – Complete the word document in the folder. All you have to do is re-word the existing points to your own, but keep the basic info. Examples in the PowerPoint in that folder.Link to ‘Client Profile Bullet Points’ document
Moodboard – Collect 4 traditional and 4 contemporary examples of houses you like. Place on 2 slides in PowerPoint. Annotate what the good areas of each house is. Examples of houses and annotation can be found in the PowerPoints.Link to ‘Moodboard’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Moodboard of Houses’ PowerPoint
Begin drawing ideas in 2 point perspective using the mood board for inspiration. Support for drawing techniques and ideas are in the PowerPoints in the folders.Link to ‘Ideas’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Perspective Houses’ PowerPoint

Helpful Documents
Link to ‘2 Point Perspective’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Video Guides’
Link to ‘Perspective Helpsheet’
Begin drawing ideas in 2 point perspective using the mood board for inspiration. Support for drawing techniques and ideas are in the PowerPoints in the folders.Link to ‘Ideas’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Perspective Houses’ PowerPoint

Helpful Documents
Link to ‘2 Point Perspective’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Video Guides’
Link to ‘Perspective Helpsheet’
Begin drawing ideas in 2 point perspective using the mood board for inspiration. Support for drawing techniques and ideas are in the PowerPoints in the folders.Link to ‘Ideas’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Perspective Houses’ PowerPoint

Helpful Documents
Link to ‘2 Point Perspective’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Video Guides’
Link to ‘Perspective Helpsheet’

Drama – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Read PlayLink to ‘DNA Script’
Complete Knowledge Organiser on the play’s plot, themes, performance conditions and techniques using the videos to support you with this task.Link to ‘Knowledge organiser’ document

Themes:

Link to resource

Plot:
Link to resource
Watch performance and answer questions within quiz.Performance:
Link to resource

Link to ‘DNA Quiz’
Complete the sheet on the characters within DNA using the script and video clips to support you.Link to resource
Link to ‘DNA Script’
Link to ‘Characters’ PowerPoint
Read Through and complete DNA Revision BookletLink to ‘Revision Booklet’

Engineering – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Biomimicry and BiomorphicLink to resource
Using Nature to solve design problemsLink to resource
Nature informing function and formLink to resource
Sketching TechniquesLink to ‘Sketching Techniques’ PowerPoint
Sketching TechniquesLink to ‘Sketching Techniques 2’ PowerPoint
Sketching TechniquesLink to ‘Sketching Techniques 3’ PowerPoint

English – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Lesson 1: PrologueLesson 1: see file – use the PowerPoint tasks to analyse the significance of the prologue, the themes it encapsulates and why Shakespeare chose to include this before the play begins.

Link to ‘Why does the Prologue tell us the ending’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Metacognition’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Prologue’ PowerPoint
Lesson 2: Act 1 Scene 1Lesson 2: see file – analyse how masculinity is presented between characters Sampson and Gregory in the opening scene

Link to ‘How is Masculinity Presented’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘R&J Family Tree Brain In Gear’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Violence of London Whole Article’ PowerPoint
Lesson 3: Act 1 Scene 2Lesson 3: see file – learn about patriarchy and analyse how Verona was a stereotypically patriarchal society during the Elizabethan era

Link to ‘What is Patriarchal Society’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Metacognition Task’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Vocab Spotlight’ PowerPoint
Lesson 4: Act 1 Scene 3Lesson 4: see file –introduction to Juliet – analysing Juliet’s character through her dialogue

Link to ‘Who is Juliet’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Vocab Spotlight – Femininity’ PowerPoint
Lesson 1: Act 1 Scene 4Lesson 1: see file – Focusing on the importance and relevance of ‘dreams’ by analysing the Queen Mab speech from Mercutio’s character

Link to ‘Key Lines for Annotation’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Why are Dreams Important’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Why we Dream’ PowerPoint
Lesson 2: Act 1 Scene 5Lesson 2: see file – see extract from where Romeo and Juliet first meet – analyse the language in the extract and link to themes of Love

Link to ‘Characters in Act 1 Scene 5’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Does Love at First Sight Exist’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Retrieval Pyramid Template’
Lesson 3: Act 2 Scenes 1-2Lesson 3: see file – Analyse Romeo and Juliet’s balcony scene where they confess their love for each other. Analyse themes and structure within their dialogue to each other

Link to ‘What’s in a Name’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Vocab Spotlight – Soliloquy’ PowerPoint
Lesson 4: Act 2 Scenes 3-4Lesson 4: see file – analyse the importance of secondary characters such as the Nurse and Friar Lawrence – write about what the importance of their characters is

Link to ‘Why are Secondary Characters Important’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Venn Diagram’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Vocab Spotlight – Friar’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘What’s Wrong With This’ PowerPoint
Lesson 1: Act 2 Scenes 5-6Lesson 1: see file – analyse the theme of secrecy in the play – explore whether this has a positive or negative impact

Link to ‘The Power of Secrets’ PowerPoint
Lesson 2: Act 3 Scene 1Lesson 2: see file – analysing the scene of Mercutio’s death – track the conflict within his character through the play

Link to ‘Key Quotations’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Why Does Mercutio Die’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Why Does Mercutio Die 2’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Retrieval Pyramid’ template
Link to ‘Vocab Spotlight – Peripeteia’ PowerPoint
Lesson 3: Act 3 Scenes 2-4Lesson 3: see file – analyse how love can be destructive using Juliet’s dialogue. Write a WHAT HOW WHY paragraph based on your analysis of the scene

Link to ‘Emotion Wheel’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Juliet in Act 3 Scene 2’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Can Love Be Destructive’ PowerPoint
Lesson 4: Act 3 Scene 5Lesson 4: see file – evaluating the question ‘is Capulet a good father’ based on exploding quotations from Capulet’s character and writing a WHAT HOW WHY paragraph based on connotations

Link to ‘Daughters in Shakespeare’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Is Capulet a Good Father’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Retrieval Relay Grid’ PowerPoint
Lesson 1: Act 4 Scene 1Lesson 1: see file – answering/evaluating the question ‘are the characters rational’ based on a silent debate. You will weigh up your thoughts of each character based on quotations and evaluate whether they are rational with quotation evidence. Follow the Friar Lawrence example

Link to ‘Are the Characters Rational’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Silent Debate’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Vocab Spotlight – Rational’ PowerPoint
Lesson 2: Act 4 Scenes 2-5Lesson 2: see file – track secondary characters and their reactions to Juliet’s ‘death’ – analyse characters as constructs and the themes they represent
Lesson 3: Act 5 Scenes 1-2Lesson 3: see file – explore the theme of fate in the play – evaluate which characters can be blamed for the tragic ending
Lesson 4: Act 5 Scene 3Lesson 4: see file – analyse why the poem is a ‘tragedy’ by completing the tasks and looking at quotations that make the play a tragic ending

Link to ‘What is a Tragedy’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Quiz’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘What’s Wrong With This’ PowerPoint
Lesson 1: LondonLink to lesson
Lesson 2: London form and structureLink to lesson
Lesson 3: OzymandiasLink to lesson
Lesson 4: Ozy form and structureLink to lesson
Lesson 1: My Last DuchessLink to lesson
Lesson 2: My Last Duchess form and structureLink to lesson
Lesson 3: ExposureLink to lesson
Lesson 4: Exposure form and structureLink to lesson

During the last 2 weeks of poetry lessons, please follow the links to the lessons above and make notes on the central poems from the Power and Conflict cluster and analysis/structural comments relevant for analysis.

Food – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Complete the Energy Needs, Energy Balance & planning & modifying recipes pages.

If you can make the Manchester Tart from the attached Recipe Book. Take some photos of you making the dish & of the final dish and email them to hpaxton@castlefordacademy.com.
Link to ‘Nutrition’ Document
Link to ‘Recipe Booklet’ PowerPoint
Complete the Healthier Alternatives, Exam Questions & Healthy Eating Activity pages.

If you can make the Profiteroles from the attached Recipe Book. Take some photos of you making the dish & of the final dish and email them to hpaxton@castlefordacademy.com.
Link to ‘Nutrition’ Document
Link to ‘Recipe Booklet’ PowerPoint
Complete the Changing the Sugar practical & the evaluation.

If you can make the Pannacottas from the attached Recipe Book. Take some photos of you making the dish & of the final dish and email them to hpaxton@castlefordacademy.com.
Link to ‘Nutrition’ Document
Link to ‘Recipe Booklet’ PowerPoint
Complete the Nutritional Analysis activity & save the 2 charts into Excel so that they can be printed off in school. Complete the evaluation activity.
If you can make the Chicken, Ham & Leek Pie from the attached Recipe Book. Take some photos of you making the dish & of the final dish and email them to hpaxton@castlefordacademy.com
Link to ‘Nutrition’ Document
Link to ‘Recipe Booklet’ PowerPoint
Complete the Analysing Diets & the recommendations page & the exam question on the back page.

If you can make the Risotto & Foccacia from the attached Recipe Book. Take some photos of you making the dish & of the final dish and email them to hpaxton@castlefordacademy.com
Link to ‘Nutrition’ Document
Link to ‘Recipe Booklet’ PowerPoint
Complete the Diet, Nutrition & Health page & then the task at the bottom of the page about the 5 diet related diseases.

Contact me at school for the revision materials for your Nutrition Assessment.

Contact me at school for your Technical Challenge Information as that is what we are doing in school this week. Take some photos of you making the dish & of the final dish and email them to hpaxton@castlefordacademy.com
Link to ‘Nutrition’ Document
Link to ‘Recipe Booklet’ PowerPoint

French – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
SchoolLink to ‘School’ PowerPoint
SchoolLink to ‘School’ PowerPoint 2
SchoolLink to ‘School’ PowerPoint 3
Link to ‘School’ PowerPoint 4
Careers and ambitionsLink to ‘BBC’ website
CustomsLink to ‘Customs’ PowerPoint
CustomsLink to ‘Customs 2’ PowerPoint

Geography – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Transportation and depositionLink to ‘The National Academy – Transportation and Deposition’ website
Headlands and baysLink to ‘The National Academy – Headlands and bays’ website
Caves, arches, stacksLink to ‘The National Academy – Caves, arches, stacks’ website
Wave-cut platformsLink to ‘The National Academy – Wave-cut platforms’ website
Beaches and sanddunesLink to ‘The National Academy – Beaches and sanddunes’ website
Spits and barsLink to ‘The National Academy – Spits and bars’ website
Landforms along the Holderness CoastLink to ‘Holderness Coast guided reading’ sheet
Link to ‘Holderness Coast landforms lesson’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Holderness Coast’ map
Link to ‘Holderness Coast’ resource pack
Holderness Coast map skillsLink to ‘Holderness Coast map skills’ worksheet
Impacts of coastal erosionLink to ‘Impacts of erosion lesson’ PowerPoint
Conflicts due to coastal erosionLink to ‘The National Academy – Conflicts due to coastal erosion’ website
Hard engineeringLink to ‘The National Academy – Hard engineering’ website
Soft engineeringLink to ‘The National Academy – Soft engineering’ website
Managed RetreatLink to ‘The National Academy – Managed Retreat’ website
Should hard engineering have been used at Mappleton?Link to ‘The National Academy – Should hard engineering have been used at Mappleton?’ website
Revision for assessmentLink to ‘Coastal landforms review’ lesson PowerPoint
Link to ‘Coastal erosion review lesson’ PowerPoint

Health & Social Care (BR Year 10 H Group) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Start person 2 illness/ accident P3Link to ‘M2 Instructions’
Link to ‘Assessment Lab’ document
Link to ‘Coping with Life Events’ document
Person 2 illness/ accident P3Link to ‘M2 Instructions’
Link to ‘Assessment Lab’ document
Link to ‘Coping with Life Events’ document
Person 2 illness/ accident P3/ M2/D2Link to ‘M2 Instructions’
Link to ‘Assessment Lab’ document
Link to ‘Coping with Life Events’ document
Person 2 illness/ accident P3/ M2/D2Deadline = 25th March. Email Mrs Radecki
Primary careLink to ‘Comp 2 Primary Care’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Comp 2 Secondary and Tertiary Care’ PowerPoint
Secondary careLink to ‘Comp 2 Primary Care’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Comp 2 Secondary and Tertiary Care’ PowerPoint

Health & Social Care (BR Year 10 F Group) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
ExerciseLink to ‘Revision Guide’ page 7
Link to ‘Exercise Table’
Link to ‘Homework Sheet’
Link to ‘Exercise – BR’
Link to ‘Exercise – FAH’
Substance UseLink to ‘Revision Guide’ page 9 – 11
Link to ‘Cover Work’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Newspaper Article on mother drinking alcohol’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Risks’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Large copy of word bank answers’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Large Print Questions for the board’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Which drug am I’ worksheet
Link to ‘Substance Use – FAH’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Substance Use’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Lesson 6’
Link to ‘Homework Case Study’ PowerPoint
Substance UseLink to ‘Revision Guide’ page 9 – 11
Link to ‘Cover Work’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Newspaper Article on mother drinking alcohol’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Risks’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Large copy of word bank answers’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Large Print Questions for the board’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Which drug am I’ worksheet
Link to ‘Substance Use – FAH’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Substance Use’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Lesson 6’
Link to ‘Homework Case Study’ PowerPoint
Personal HygieneLink to ‘Revision Guide’ page 8
Link to ‘Personal Hygiene’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Personal Hygiene – FAH’ PowerPoint
Social InteractionLink to ‘Revision Guide’ page 12 – 13
Link to ‘Homework Activity’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Relationship Table’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Social Interactions’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Social Interactions – FAH’ PowerPoint
StressLink to ‘Revision Guide’ page 14
Link to ‘Table for Stressful Jobs’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Stress – FAH’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Stress’ PowerPoint

Health & Social Care (FAH Group) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
StressLink to ‘Stress’ PowerPoint
EnvironmentLink to ‘Environment’ PowerPoint
HousingLink to ‘Housing’ PowerPoint
Life EventsLink to ‘Impacts of Life’ PowerPoint
Financial resourcesLink to ‘Financial Resources’ PowerPoint
Barriers to servicesLink to ‘Access to Services’ PowerPoint

History – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Why did support increase for the Nazis from 1929-33?Link to ‘Increased support for the Nazis’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Why vote for the Nazis – Card Sort’ PowerPoint
How did Hitler become Chancellor?Link to ‘Chancellor’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘How did Hitler become Chancellor’ PowerPoint
How did Hitler become Chancellor?Link to ‘Chancellor’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘How did Hitler become Chancellor’ PowerPoint
Hitler’s rise to power knowledge revisionLink to ‘Hitler’s Rise to Power Knowledge Revision’ PowerPoint
Hitler’s rise to power skill revisionLink to ‘Hitler’s Rise to Power Skill Revision’ PowerPoint
Hitler’s rise to power assessmentLink to ‘Germany Assessment Two Hitler’s Rise to Power’ PowerPoint
Hitler’s rise to power assessment feedbackLink to feedback sheet
How did Hitler become a dictator?Link to ‘Nazi Control Vocabulary Audit’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Road to Dictator’ PowerPoint
How did Hitler become a dictator?Link to ‘Nazi Control Vocabulary Audit’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Road to Dictator’ PowerPoint
How did Hitler create a police state?Link to ‘Police State’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Police State Worksheet’ PowerPoint
How did Hitler create a police state?Link to ‘Police State’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Police State Worksheet’ PowerPoint
Nazis and the ChurchLink to ‘Church’ PowerPoint
Fear and indoctrinationLink to ‘Propaganda Worksheet’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Propaganda’ PowerPoint
Fear and indoctrinationLink to ‘Propaganda Worksheet’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Propaganda’ PowerPoint
Skill lesson 3Link to ‘Overview of control’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Skill Practice’ PowerPoint
Opposition to the NazisLink to ‘Youth Opposition’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Youth Opposition Worksheet’ PowerPoint
Nazi control revisionLink to ‘Nazi Control’ PowerPoint
Women and the familyLink to ‘Nazi Control Vocabulary Audit’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Women’ Worksheet
Link to ‘Women’ PowerPoint

Maths (Foundation) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Foundation
Worded Problems
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Foundation
Percentages
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Foundation
HCF LCM
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Foundation
Solving equations
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Foundation
Area triangles/parallelograms
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Foundation
Ratio
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2

Maths (Higher) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Higher
Simultaneous equations
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Higher
Algebraic Fractions
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Higher
Speed and Density
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Higher
Pythagoras
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Higher
Trigonometry
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2
Higher
Quadratic Formula
Link to lesson
Link to lesson 2

Media (Film) – Half Term 4

IMPORTANT NOTE: Remember you can see your all of your lessons on Teams you can add the work here or work off the sheets provided here. To remember how to log into Teams at home watch this video.

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Component 1 Coursework: Task 2N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)

OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 1 Coursework: Task 2N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)

OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)

OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)

OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)

OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)

OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area

Media (Gaming) – Half Term 4

IMPORTANT NOTE: Remember you can see your all of your lessons on Teams you can add the work here or work off the sheets provided here. To remember how to log into Teams at home watch this video.

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Component 1 Coursework: Task 2N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)
 
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 1 Coursework: Task 2N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)
 
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)
 
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)
 
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)
 
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area
Component 3N/A – coursework will be caught up on return to school. Use this time to revise key media terms in OneNote using the dictionary (e.g. camerawork, sound, editing, mise-en-scene etc)
 
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area

Media (Photography) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Mind Map: 09 Physical Imagery
Artist 1 Research
Image Analysis
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area

Artist 1 Photographers shared on One Note

Artist 2 Photographer must be found by pupil

Physical Portfolio Template in OneNote
Photoshoot Plan / Drawing
Contact Sheet
Editing: Artist 1
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area

Artist 1 Photographers shared on One Note

Artist 2 Photographer must be found by pupil

Physical Portfolio Template in OneNote
Editing: Artist 1
Final Image
Feedback / Improvement
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area

Artist 1 Photographers shared on One Note

Artist 2 Photographer must be found by pupil

Physical Portfolio Template in OneNote
Artist 2 Research
Image Analysis
Photoshoot Plan / Drawing
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area

Artist 1 Photographers shared on One Note

Artist 2 Photographer must be found by pupil

Physical Portfolio Template in OneNote
Contact Sheet
Editing: Artist 2
Final Image
OneNote (link in email) >
Content Library >
Dictionary >
Pages for each area

Artist 1 Photographers shared on One Note

Artist 2 Photographer must be found by pupil

Physical Portfolio Template in OneNote

Music (BTEC) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Blues Listening TaskLink to resource
Blues Listening TaskLink to resource
Blues Final ProductLink to resource
Blues Final ProductLink to resource
‘Aiming for distinction level writing’Link to resource
‘Aiming for distinction level writing’Link to resource

Music (GCSE) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Theory & Listening: Ligeti – “Atmospheres”Link to ‘Ligeti – Atmospheres’ PowerPoint
Theory & Listening: Carter – “String Quartet No. 3”Link to ‘Carter – String Quartet No. 3’ PowerPoint
Theory & Listening: Glass – “Music in 12 Parts”Link to ‘Glass – Music in 12 Parts’ PowerPoint
Theory & Listening: Reich – “Different Trains”Link to ‘Reich – Different Trains’ PowerPoint
Theory & Listening: Boulez – “Le Marteau sans Maitre”Link to ‘Boulez – Le Marteau sans Maitre’ PowerPoint
Developing Music Listening SkillsLink to ‘Developing Listening Skills’ PowerPoint

PE – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
PE with Joe WicksLink to Youtube
BTEC SportLink to ‘Components of Fitness’ video
Link to ‘Components of Fitness’ video 2
Link to ‘Flexibility’ sheet
Link to ‘Physical Components of Fitness’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Example’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Observational Checklist’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Boys’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Girls’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 – Task’ PowerPoint
GCSE PELink to ‘Functions of Skeletal System & Classification of bones’ video
Link to ‘Student Skeletal System Exam Questions’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Student Skeletal System’ Worksheets
PE with Joe WicksLink to Youtube
BTEC SportLink to ‘Components of Fitness’ video
Link to ‘Components of Fitness’ video 2
Link to ‘Flexibility’ sheet
Link to ‘Physical Components of Fitness’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Example’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Observational Checklist’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Boys’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Girls’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 – Task’ PowerPoint
GCSE PELink to ‘Functions of Skeletal System & Classification of bones’ video
Link to ‘Student Skeletal System Exam Questions’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Student Skeletal System’ Worksheets
PE with Joe WicksLink to Youtube
BTEC SportLink to ‘Components of Fitness’ video
Link to ‘Components of Fitness’ video 2
Link to ‘Flexibility’ sheet
Link to ‘Physical Components of Fitness’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Example’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Observational Checklist’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Boys’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Girls’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 – Task’ PowerPoint
GCSE PELink to ‘Joint Classification & Type Of Movement’ video
Link to ‘Joint Classification and Movement’ Worksheet
Link to ‘Joint Classification and Types of Movement’ Exam Questions
PE with Joe WicksLink to Youtube
BTEC SportLink to ‘Components of Fitness’ video
Link to ‘Components of Fitness’ video 2
Link to ‘Flexibility’ sheet
Link to ‘Physical Components of Fitness’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Example’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Observational Checklist’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Boys’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Girls’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 – Task’ PowerPoint
GCSE PELink to ‘Joint Classification & Type Of Movement’ video
Link to ‘Joint Classification and Movement’ Worksheet
Link to ‘Joint Classification and Types of Movement’ Exam Questions
PE with Joe WicksLink to Youtube
BTEC SportLink to ‘Components of Fitness’ video
Link to ‘Components of Fitness’ video 2
Link to ‘Flexibility’ sheet
Link to ‘Physical Components of Fitness’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Example’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Observational Checklist’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Boys’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Girls’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 – Task’ PowerPoint
GCSE PELink to ‘Antagonistic Pairs Task’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Labelling a Muscular Body’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Location Of Muscles Inc Types Of Muscles & Antagonistic Muscle Pairs’ video
Link to ‘Muscle Fibres Task’ PowerPoint
PE with Joe WicksLink to Youtube
BTEC SportLink to ‘Components of Fitness’ video
Link to ‘Components of Fitness’ video 2
Link to ‘Flexibility’ sheet
Link to ‘Physical Components of Fitness’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Example’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 Observational Checklist’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Boys’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Girls’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Task 3 – Task’ PowerPoint
GCSE PELink to ‘Antagonistic Pairs Task’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Labelling a Muscular Body’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Location Of Muscles Inc Types Of Muscles & Antagonistic Muscle Pairs’ video
Link to ‘Muscle Fibres Task’ PowerPoint

Product Design – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Complete Coursework pagesLink to ‘Coursework’ document
Theory: Use the Dt revision book to help you revise the following Topic: Selecting MaterialsLink to ‘Selecting Materials’ PowerPoint
Complete CourseworkLink to ‘Coursework’ document
Theory: Use the Dt revision book to help you revise the following Topic: Scales of ProductionLink to ‘Paper, Board and Timber’ PowerPoint
Complete CourseworkLink to ‘Coursework’ document
Theory: Use the Dt revision book to help you revise the following Topic: Quality ControlLink to ‘Metals and Plastics’ PowerPoint
Complete CourseworkLink to ‘Coursework’ document
Theory: Use the Dt revision book to help you revise the following Topic: Production AidsLink to ‘Textiles’ PowerPoint
Link to ‘Textiles and Board’ PowerPoint
Complete CourseworkLink to ‘Coursework’ document
Theory: Use the Dt revision book to help you revise the following Topic: MouldingLink to ‘Material Selection’ PowerPoint

RE – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Islam & Afterlife & Laylat Al QadrLink to ‘The National Academy – Crime and Punishment’ lesson
Causes of Crime & Alleviation of CrimeLink to ‘The National Academy – Reasons for Crime’ lesson
Link to ‘The National Academy – Crimes as a source of suffering’ lesson
Link to ‘The National Academy – Lawbreakers and types of crime’ lesson
Aims of punishment & Effectiveness of PrisonLink to ‘The National Academy – Crimes as a source of suffering’ lesson
Link to ‘The National Academy – Aims of Punishment’ lesson
Fair treatment of Criminals & JusticeLink to ‘The National Academy – Attitudes to treatment of criminals’ lesson
Link to ‘The National Academy – Death Penalty’ lesson
Forgiveness & Death PenaltyLink to ‘The National Academy – Forgiveness’ lesson
RevisionLink to ‘The National Academy – Revision’ lesson
Link to ‘The National Academy – Exam Practice’ lesson

Science (Core) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Core – Electricity
(Lessons 1 and 6)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Electricity’ website
Core – Electricity
(Lessons 7, 3 and 4)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Electricity’ website
Core – Electricity
(Lessons 2 and 12)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Electricity’ website
Core – Electricity
(Lessons 13 and 15)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Electricity’ website
Core – Electricity
(Lessons 16 and 17)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Electricity’ website
Core – Electricity
(Lessons 19 and 5)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Electricity’ website

Spanish – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
School description

Pages 2-7 of resource booklet
Link to Resource Booklet
My primary school

Pages 8-10 of resource booklet
Link to Resource Booklet
School subjects/teachers

Pages 11-21 of resource booklet
Link to Resource Booklet
School uniform

Pages 22-28 of resource booklet
Link to Resource Booklet
School rules

Pages 29-34 of resource booklet
Link to Resource Booklet
Social issues

Pages 35-38 of resource booklet
Link to Resource Booklet

Science (Option) – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Option – Quantitative Chemistry
(Lesson 1)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Quantitative Chemistry ‘ website
Option – Quantitative Chemistry
(Lessons 7 and 8)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Quantitative Chemistry ‘ website
Option – Quantitative Chemistry
(Lessons 9 and 10)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Quantitative Chemistry ‘ website
Option – Quantitative Chemistry
(Lessons 11)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Quantitative Chemistry ‘ website
Option – Quantitative Chemistry
(Lesson 13)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Quantitative Chemistry ‘ website
Option – Quantitative Chemistry
(Lesson 14)
Link to ‘The National Academy – Quantitative Chemistry ‘ website

Textiles – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
Refinements of personal responseTOP TIPS for REFINING your SKETCHBOOK IDEAS [ art GCSE] – YouTube
Link to Youtube
Link to ‘Refinement of Final Piece’ PowerPoint
Final Piece planningAshfield School Art GCSE planning your final outcomes. Part 3 – YouTube
Link to ‘Final Piece Planning’ PowerPoint
Working on final PieceLink to ‘Working on Final Piece’ PowerPoint
Drawing task for textures projectLink to ‘Drawing Task for Textures Project’ PowerPoint

Work Related Learning – Half Term 4

Lesson FocusLink to Resource
How can we make sure that events meet regulatory requirements? Read the Powerpoint and complete the past paper questions.Link to ‘AC4.1 Regulatory Requirements’ PowerPoint
What is Licensing? How can we make sure that events meet regulatory requirements? Read the information and answer the questions.Link to ‘Alcohol licensing – GOV.UK’ document
Link to ‘Regulatory Requirements’ PowerPoint
What permissions are required for events? Read the powerpoint and answer the past paper questions.Link to ‘AC4.2 – Permissions Required for Events’ PowerPoint
What permissions are required for events? Read the powerpoint and answer the past paper questions.Link to ‘AC4.2 – Permissions Required for Events’ PowerPoint
What insurance is required for events? Read the powerpoint and answer the past paper questions.Link to ‘AC4.3 – Event Insurance Requirements’ PowerPoint
What insurance is required for events? Read the powerpoint and answer the past paper questions.Link to ‘AC4.3 – Event Insurance Requirements’ PowerPoint