Year 10 Curriculum Evening. October 23 2012. Aims of the evening. Provide information about the curriculum and assessment Help you support your child in staying safe and healthy Help to build strong relationships. Who is Who?. Jane Waters Deputy Headteacher
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October 23 2012
Mrs Emmanuel- LL of English
Miss Taylor- Head of KS4 English
Learning Leader for Mathematics
Yr11: Harveen Judge
• From September 2012, the only difference is that all students will sit the linear examination at the end of Year 11. (no modules in Year 10)
1) Make sure your child has the correct equipment for each lesson and for homework. 2) Look at their books on a regular basis to see what they are doing? Is the quality of work as you would expect from your child? Is it well presented? 3) Check the comments made by the class teacher on their homework.4) Take an interest in their homework – encourage them to do it at home and get them to explain the maths to you to consolidate understanding.
YEAR 10 CORE SCIENCE RESULT
If the Grade from Core science is a B = ADDITIONAL SCIENCE IN YEAR 11
If the Grade from Core science is a D or below = BTEC SCIENCE IN YEAR 11
If the Grade from Core science is a C = ADDITIONAL/APPLIED SCIENCE IN YEAR 11
Providing they meet the entry requirements…
Positive experience of Science at Seven Kings
‘Our teacher made a revision summary in the middle of our book which we can pull out. I found it really useful’
‘We always practice exam questions which helps me to see how I might have to explain things in the exam’
‘Chemistry helps me understand and open my eyes to how science is used in everyday life’
Eating is important! This is true all year round, but especially at exam time!