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Term 2



Power and Conflict Poetry:

Love and Relationships Poetry:

General Literature Skills:

Revision for December Assessment
1984 GCSE POD: 


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Go to Remote Learning for guidance on the Hegarty tasks to support your learning.

Science Biology Topics :: Chemistry Topics :: Physics Topics
Art and Design Reduced palette portrait
Business Studies

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Customer needs
Market research
Market segmentation
The competitive environment

Child Play Learning and Development

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Patterns of child development

Computer Science Link to OneNote Class Notebook
Food Preparation and Nutrition Email your teacher for work
Engineering Engineering Resources
Ethics and Philosophy Hindu Worship

Technology & revision of family - Log onto Kerboodle, go to digital textbook & complete listening/reading tasks from unit 2 Technology


Technology & revision of family - Log onto Kerboodle, open digital textbook & complete listening/reading tasks from unit 2 Technology

Geography Physical Landscapes in the UK
Graphic Design Email your teacher for work
History Medicine in the Industrial Age (1700-1900)

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Concerto through time

Photography Unusual Angles
Physical Education (Core)

Key stage 4 Physical Education further develops the skills and techniques from key stage 3. However, students are given the option to specialise in their own pathway which they will select based on their own personal interests and skills. All students will have 2 lessons of PE per week and also have the opportunity to attend a vast array of extracurricular activities before, during and after school.

We are able to offer learning experiences through pathways in games, fitness, leadership and aesthetics. Pupils are assessed over the year through their selected pathway and awarded a graded certificate of core Physical Education for their record of achievement. This curriculum content is supplemented by other alternative activities which include house competitions, challenges and events.

miMOVE - Learning and be active when at home; We have linked up with the fantastic providers of the app ‘miMove.’ Pupils are encouraged to use this app to log all the physical activity they complete outside of normal school hours. This will allow us to celebrate the efforts and activity levels of pupils outside of their PE lessons.

Where you are at home during your PE lessons, we would ask you complete 2 hours of physical activity a week. As per your timetabled PE lessons (you can do more if you wish). The activity can be anything you would like. Your PE teachers are able to answer any questions you might have via email and using the chat option on SMHK. We will also help suggest ideas of things you could do at home via SMHK and where requested.

The miMove app can be downloaded from app stores for smart phones and tablets. You have been sent your log in details. Your username is the same as the one you use for school. If you are struggling to log on please get in touch with your PE teacher who will be happy to help.

Physical Education (GCSE)
  • Classification and roles of muscles, Location and roles of key voluntary muscles
  • Antagonistic muscles, Fast and slow twitch muscle fibres
  • Structure and function of the cardiovascular system, Heart
  • Arteries, capillaries and veins, Vascular shunting
  • Components of blood and their significance for physical activity

Utilise the Everlearner to support your learning of these areas whilst at home, making notes as you work through them. You can log in to your Everlearner account using this link -

Your teachers can answer questions you might have through email or the chat option on SMHK. We can support you with info on usernames, passwords and if required the provision of graphic organisers to complete the notes on each topic area.


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The sociological approach and research methods.
• Primary research
• Secondary research
• Evaluating research
• Sampling
• Theoretical perspectives and choice of research methods


Technology & Revision of family
www.kerboodle.comLog onto Kerboodle, open digital textbook & complete listening/reading tasks from unit 2 Technology