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Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11Y12Y13Students set online lessonson remainder of Y12syllabus using Dr Frostmaths online, with tasksummary on Edulink.Students set online lessonson remainder of Y12 syllabususing Dr Frost maths online,with task summary onEdulink.PowerPoints linked toonline textbook with modelsolutions.PowerPoints linked to onlinetextbook with modelsolutions.MathsOnline Hegarty Maths tasks set – studentsmake appropriate notes from videos intonotebook.Tasks are common to all groups/sets andset for two week intervals.Task summary on Edulink.Assessment, papers uploaded usingEdulink:Y7 L5 to 7 KS3 SATSY8 L6 to 8 KS3 SATSY9 old spec GCSEOnline Hegarty Maths tasksset from unit 10 onwards forall groups except APM whowill set individualprogramme.Past papers set usingEdulink.Task summary on Edulink,weekly.Videos posted of modelsolutions.One topic omitted from Y10due to complexity.Workbooks already issuedbased on weaknessesidentified from mock exams.Teachers emailed results andcollate summary.Zigzag commercial samplepapers set, using Edulink.Links emailed to supportingrevision guides.Religious EducationSummative tasks set on pdfs on GoogleClassroom, completed in books, feedbackusing Google Classroom.Y10 short course workbooksupported by RE websiteand quizlets.Task summary on Edulink.Task summary on Edulink.Year 7/8- on website and forthcomingGoogle Classroom Y10 short course workbooksupported by RE websiteand quizlets.Task summary on ar-8Page 1Y11 Google Classroom students complete andsubmit tasks. Revisionguides / RE website used tocomplete Google Classroomtopic tests.Work booklet constructedon remaining topics. Allstudents issued with A3revision sheets to completeusing topic tests andYouTube channelresources.Task summary on EdulinkY11 Google Classroom students complete andsubmit tasks. Revisionguides / RE website used toWork booklets constructedon remaining topics. Allstudents issued with A3revision sheets to completeusing topic tests andWork booklet constructed onremaining topics. Allstudents issued with A3revision sheets to completeusing topic tests andYouTube channel resources.Work booklets constructedon remaining topics. Allstudents issued with A3revision sheets to completeusing topic tests andYouTube channel resources.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Year 9 set on Edulink / Google Classroom:complete the Christian Beliefs learning gridalso on ngs?Summative tasks set as pdfs on GoogleClassroom, completed in books, feedbackusing Google Classroom.Task summary on Edulink.Y11complete Google Classroomtopic tests.Y12Y13YouTube channelresources.Task summary on Edulink.EnglishAll KS3 students to take home literacybooklets and complete.Complete the A ChristmasCarol SAS booklet.All KS3 students to take home librarybooklet and complete ONE book/task perweek.SENECA tasks set in relationto A Christmas Carol, PoetryAnthology, and EnglishLanguage tasks (informationprovided on Edulink).All KS3 students to be set 1 hour of EnglishLanguage SENECA tasks per week(information provided on Edulink).All KS3 students to be set a writing projecton Edulink/Google Classroom.Page 2In terms of long-termclosure, students to readLord of the Flies, and tocomplete SENECA tasks tocheck knowledge.Teachers to set work on anindividual basis for revisione.g. practice questions onGoogle Classroom.Revision booklets accessibleon Google Drive.Complete the StreetcarNamed Desire booklet.Research and annotateallocated poems.Continue reading Draculaand answer chapter-bychapter questions(accessible on Edulink andGoogle Classroom).In terms of long-termclosure, students to startpreparing for coursework(booklet uploaded on toEdulink and GoogleClassroom).Teachers to set work on anindividual basis for revisione.g. practice questions onGoogle Classroom.Revision materials availableon Google Classroom.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Not taught in this KS or YearPage 3Y10Y11Business StudiesY12Y13Resources for the AQA ‘A’Level business course will beavailable via GoogleClassroom. This will includecopies of the PowerPointsused in lessons, includinglinks to YouTube videos,worksheets to secureknowledge andunderstanding, along withsuitable assessmentmaterials.Resources for the OCR 9-1GCSE business course willbe available via GoogleClassroom. This will includecopies of the PowerPointsused in lessons, worksheetsto secure knowledge andunderstanding along withsuitable assessmentmaterials.Resources for the OCR 9-1GCSE business course will beavailable via GoogleClassroom. This will includecopies of the PowerPointsused in lessons, worksheetsto secure knowledge andunderstanding along withsuitable assessmentmaterials.Current Topic ‘HumanResources’Current Topic ‘ExternalInfluences’ plus revisionResources for the AQA ‘A’Level business course willbe available via GoogleClassroom. This willinclude copies of thePowerPoints used inlessons, including links toYouTube videos,worksheets to secureknowledge andunderstanding, along withsuitable ation ChartsEmployment LawEthical/EnvironmentalEconomic climateGlobalisation & Trade.Current Topic ‘Decisionmaking to improveoperational performance’.Tasks summaries will becommunicated weekly viaEdulink.Tasks summaries will becommunicated weekly viaEdulink.Tasks summaries will becommunicated weekly viaEdulink.This would involve studentsaccessing the resources inGoogle Classroom –downloading worksheetsand answering the onlineGoogle ClassroomThis would involve studentsaccessing the resources inGoogle Classroom –downloading worksheetsand answering the onlineGoogle ClassroomAssessment questions willbe set on line – via GoogleClassroom to complementthe weekly topic task.Current Topic ‘ManagingChange plus revision.Tasks summaries will becommunicated weekly viaEdulink.Topic assessment andrevision questions will be seton line – via GoogleClassroom to complementthe weekly topic task.Students will also haveaccess to the revision

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11question/assessment forteacher marking.question/assessment forteacher marking.Seneca Learningassignments will also beused to complement thetopics and track progressthrough the completion ofthe ‘assignments’ set. Thesewill be time/date restricted.Students will also haveaccess to the revisionbooklets for each of the sixkey topic areas – fromGoogle Classroom. Alongwith practice papers andmark schemes for selfassessment, plus otherrevision resources.Seneca Learningassignments will also beused to complement thefinal topic and also aidrevision through thecompletion of revision‘assignments’ set. These willbe time/date restricted, sothat completion andprogress can be monitored.Page 4Y12Y13The use of Seneca Learningwill also be used tomonitor progress throughthe topic content viaassignments, created usingthe Seneca AQA businesscourses. These will betime/date restricted, sothat completion andprogress can be monitored.material for each of theexamination papers.1-3 via Google Classroom.This will include past andpractice papers with markschemes for self-assessment.Seneca Learningassignments will also beused to complement thefinal topic and also aidrevision through thecompletion of revision‘assignments’ set. These willbe time/date restricted, sothat completion andprogress can be monitored.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Not taught in this KS or YearY10Not taught in this KS orYearY11EconomicsNot taught in this KS orYearY12Y13Resources for the OCR ‘A’Level Economics coursewill be available via GoogleClassroom. This willinclude copies of thePowerPoints used inlessons, including links toYouTube videos,worksheets to secureknowledge andunderstanding, along withsuitable assessmentmaterials.Resources for the OCR ‘A’Level Economics course willbe available via GoogleClassroom. This will includecopies of the PowerPointsused in lessons, includinglinks to YouTube videos,worksheets to secureknowledge andunderstanding, along withsuitable assessmentmaterials.Current Topic‘Government Policy’.Tasks summaries will becommunicated weekly viaEdulink.Page 5Current Topic ‘LabourMarkets’ plus revision.Tasks summaries will becommunicated weekly viaEdulink.Assessment questions willbe set on line – via GoogleClassroom to complementthe weekly topic task.Topic assessment andrevision questions will be seton line – via GoogleClassroom to complementthe weekly topic task.The use of Seneca Learningwill also be used toStudents will also haveaccess to the revision

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11Y12Y13monitor progress throughthe topic content viaassignments, created usingthe Seneca economicscourses. These will betime/date restricted, sothat completion andprogress can be monitored.material for each of theexamination papers – micro,macro and themed viaGoogle Classroom. This willinclude past practice paperswith mark schemes for selfassessment.Seneca Learningassignments will also beused to complement thefinal topic and also aidrevision through thecompletion of revision‘assignments’ set. These willbe time/date restricted, sothat completion andprogress can be monitored.BiologyNot taught in this KS or YearTeachers will set work viaEdulink each day thatstudents have a lesson.Work will be a combinationof making notes from aPowerPoint, revision guide,Seneca, BBC Bitesize andYouTube, plus assessment(see below).Page 6All students have completedthe biology specification andwe have moved into revisionmode.All students will be providedwith: a biology requiredpractical guide and a numberof past papers during w/c16/3/20.Teachers will set work foreach cycle via Edulink ande-mail.Work will be a combinationof making notes fromPowerPoint, the Kerboodleonline text book, students’own revision guides andtext books, Seneca,All students have prettymuch completed the biologyspecification and we havemoved into revision mode.All students will be providedwith a number of pastpapers during w/c 16/3/20,plus resources to revise themaths and stats skills, andtheir PAG folders.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11Homework assignments willcontinue to be set viaEducake.Many students have paid forand picked up revision packsfor triple science. Forstudents who haven’tbought these, we will sendthese out via Edulink.End of unit tests will be sentvia Edulink followed by themark scheme so studentscan self- mark. Resultsreturned via a Google Form.SAS tasks will continue to beset via Edulink and Educake.Teachers will instructstudents via Edulink but weexpect students to userevision guides, BBC Bitesizeand Seneca to revise, andthen to work through pastspapers and the revisionpacks and use markschemes.Students will be able tocontact their teacher via email if they have queries.Y12YouTube and KhanAcademy.Homework is viahomework booklets whichare sent via e-mail andEdulink. At the end of atopic students will be askedto self- mark their bookletvia a mark scheme (as iscurrent practice). Resultsto be returned via a GoogleForm.End of unit tests will besent via Edulink and e-mailfollowed by the markscheme so students canself -mark. Results returnedvia a Google Form.Students will also be ableto pick up additionalresources from the ‘A’Level biology Google Drive.Students will be able tocontact their teacher via email if they have queries.Page 7Y13Teachers will communicatevia e-mail on a regular basisand set tasks to supportstudents in their revision.Students will also be able topick up additional resourcesfrom the ‘A’ Level biologyGoogle Drive.Students will be able tocontact their teacher via email if they have queries.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11Y12Y13Students have access totheir Production Log andresources via Project Q.Staff will communicatewith students via theProject Q ‘Communication’tab and via Edulink.Students have access to theirProduction Log andresources via Project Q. Staffwill communicate withstudents via the Project Q‘Communication’ tab and viaEdulink.Tasks to be set bytimetabled lesson by classteacher via GoogleClassroom.Tasks to be set by timetabledlesson by class teacher viaGoogle Classroom.EPQNot taught in this KS or YearNot taught in this KS orYearNot taught in this KS orYearNot taught in this KS or YearTasks to be set bytimetabled lesson by classteacher via Edulink.Tasks to be set by timetabledlesson by class teacher viaEdulink.Learning resources from:Seneca (internet)Workbooks (hardcopy)Topic summary notes (viaGoogle Classroom)Learning resources from:Seneca (internet)Workbooks (hardcopy)Topic summary notes (viaGoogle Classroom)Revision summary sheets(Google Classroom)Past papers (GoogleClassroom)Assessment from:Lesson by lesson Educake,weekly Educake.Assessment from:Lesson by lesson Educake,weekly Educake.ChemistryAll tasks set centrally forwhole year cohort.Page 8All tasks set centrally forwhole year cohort.Learning resources from:Seneca (internet)Topic summary notes (viaGoogle Classroom)Revision summary sheets(Google Classroom)Assessment from:Weekly assignments viaGoogle Classroom andIsaac.All tasks set centrally forwhole year cohort.Learning resources from:TMs PowerPointSeneca (internet)Past papers (Padlet)Assessment from:Weekly assignments viaGoogle Classroom and Isaac.All tasks set centrally forwhole year cohort.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11Y12Y13PhysicsNot taught in this KS or YearLessons will be set byindividual class teachers onEdulink according to thenormal school timetable.Lessons will be set byindividual class teachers onEdulink according to thenormal school timetable.Lessons will be set byindividual class teachers onEdulink according to thenormal school timetable.Lessons will be set byindividual class teachers viaemail according to thenormal school timetable.Students will continue withthe GCSE course and will besent resources for eachlesson e.g. PowerPoints andworksheets to completeduring that lesson.Students have completedthe GCSE Physics courseStudents will continue withthe ‘A’ Level Physics courseand will be sent resourcesfor each lesson e.g.PowerPoints andworksheets/examquestions to completeduring that lesson.Students will also be setwork from their text bookissued at the start of Y12.Students are nearing the endof their ‘A ‘Level course witheach group on their finaltopic.Learning will be furthersupported through the useof the online learningplatform- Seneca.The online assessmentplatform Educake will beused for short termassessment.In the event of significantlong term closure andisolation, students will besent copies of end of topicand end of year tests.Students should completethese at home under testPage 9Revision tasks will be set byindividual teachers includingthe use of online learningplatform Seneca, Educakequizzes and past paperquestions.Further revision resourcescan be found in the GCSEPhysics Google Classroom:tbh74pwLearning will be furthersupported through the useof the online learningplatform- Seneca.The online assessmentplatform Isaac Physics maybe used for short termassessment.In the event of significantlong term closure andStudents will continue withthe ‘A’ Level Physics courseand will be sent resourcesfor each lesson e.g.PowerPoints andworksheets/exam questionsto complete during thatlesson. Students will also beset work from the onlineversion of the textbook.In the event of significantlong term closure andisolation, students will besent copies of practise exampapers which students cancomplete at home under testconditions. Students willthen use mark schemes to

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11conditions. Students willthen use mark schemes toself-assess their work andsubmit their marks to theirteacher via a Google Form.Y12Y13isolation, students will besent copies of end of topicand end of year tests.Students should completethese at home under testconditions. Students willthen use mark schemes toself-assess their work andsubmit their marks to theirteacher via a Google Form.self-assess their work andsubmit their marks to theirteacher via a Google Form.Online textbookYear 1Illuminate.digital/aqapsych1Username: smarschoolPassword: studentYear 2Illuminate.digital/aqapsych2Username: smarschool6Password: student6Online textbookYear 1Illuminate.digital/aqapsych1Username: smarschoolPassword: studentYear 2Illuminate.digital/aqapsych2Username: smarschool2Password: student2Further revision resourcescan be found in the ‘A’ LevelPhysics Google Classroom:wygokboPsychologyNot taught in this KS or YearPage 10Online textbookOnline textbookIlluminate.digital/aqapsychgcseUsername: smarschool6Password: student6Illuminate.digital/aqapsychgcseUsername: smarschool6Password: student6Students have been asked tolink to a Google Classroom(code:ieuij6w) and a Senecagroup (code: 21xwum4hfx).Students have been asked tolink to a Google Classroom(code:cojbt2w) and a Senecagroup (code: e3uk2kg0fp).PPTs, worksheets andassessments will be setthrough Google Classroom.Seneca will be used forassessments.PPTs, worksheets andassessments will be setthrough Google Classroom.Seneca will be used forassessments.Students have been askedto link to a GoogleClassroom (code:nlf6obn)and a Seneca group.Students have been asked tolink to a Google Classroom(code:cr3rlfe) and a Senecagroup.PPTs, worksheets andassessments will be setthrough Google Classroom.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Y10Y11Y12Y13PPTs, worksheets andassessments will be setthrough Google Classroom.Seneca will be used forassessments.Seneca will be used forassessments.Students will be contactedand set tasks throughGoogle Classroom.They are already linked tothe classroom and knowhow to access it.PPTs, worksheets andassessments will be setthrough this.Seneca – all students arealready linked.They need to ensure theycomplete tasks set throughthe assignment so that wecan see scores.Not taught in this KS orYearStudent access to GoogleClassroom / Drive – AllLesson sheets to completenotes. PowerPointpresentations to useincluded. This includes allelements of the coursecontent.Student access to GoogleClassroom / Drive – AllLesson sheets to completenotes. PowerPointpresentations to useincluded. This includes allelements of the coursecontent.SociologyNot taught in this KS or YearNot taught in this KS orYearNot taught in this KS orYearPhysical EducationA continuous training plan surrounding theassessment criteria of Head Heart Hands.Tasks are common to all groups/sets andset with a differentiated assessmentcriteria, empowering students to selecttheir own level of challenge.Page 11Using text books andPowerPoint presentationsmake notes and completework sheets on relevanttopics.They will then do regularpast paper questions andUsing Edulink & GoogleClassroom to set past paperand exam work.Students have workbooks,revision booklets &textbooks.

Supporting learning during school closureKS3Task summary on EdulinkAssessmentKahoot will facilitate online quizzes toproduce summative data.Y10topic tests that can bemarked and feedbackprovided.Using Edulink & GoogleClassroom.Independent and peer assessment will beconducted upon students return to school,to assess progress surrounding eachstudent’s individual training plan.Y11Y12Students will be directed tospecific websites to supportrevision on GoogleClassroom.NEA supporting documentscan be accessed.Zigzag Topic on a page andlearning grids available.Zigzag Topic on a page andlearning grids available.Past Papers from recentyears accessible.Past Papers from recentyears accessible.AssessmentGoogle Classroom openforum for anyconcerns/questions tocomplete and maintaincorrespondence.Past papers also available onGoogle Classroom.5 questions per day will beset via Edulink and answersissued a day after to supporttheir learning.Assess

KS3 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y13 Maths Online Hegarty Maths tasks set – students make appropriate notes from videos into notebook. Tasks are common to all groups/sets and set for two week intervals. Task summary on Edulink. Assessment, papers uploaded using Edulink: Y7 L5 to 7 KS3 SATS Y8 L6 to 8 KS3 SATS Y9 old spec

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