Natalie & Morven
In English, we kick start the year by studying William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth. Pupils will gain an in depth understanding of the play and develop their critical and analytical skills to understand how language, form, structure and context can create meanings and effects.
In maths we will be developing mathematical confidence and fluency in the three different areas of mathematics; number and the number system; measures, shape and space; and information and data. We will apply our skills and knowledge through mathematical problems they will encounter in everyday life, employment or further technical education.
And in Science, students will be working towards their Entry Level qualification, commencing with a Chemistry module focused on Chemistry in our world. Students will learn that acids react with metals, alkalis and bases to produce compounds known as salts. These chemical reactions produce a change in temperature and can be made to go faster or slower by changing the conditions. They will also look at how the Earth’s atmosphere has changed over billions of years and the impact that human activities have had on the increased amounts of some substances in the atmosphere.
|Basic Skills||Lesson 1||Lesson 2||Break||Lesson 3||Lesson 4||Dinner||Lesson 5||Lesson 6|
|Tuesday||Basic skills||Maths||English||Modern World||PSHE||IT||PE|
|Thursday||Basic skills||Maths||English||IT||IT||Life Skills||Life Skills|
|Friday||Basic skills||Careers||Careers||Careers||Careers||Duke of Edinburgh||Duke of Edinburgh|