Date of publication: 2017-08-26 21:16
The second year of the GCSE course involves the development of a second coursework folder based on the theme ‘Catastrophe’. A final piece along with the folder or sketchbook of work is required for the unit. Students will be encouraged to be experimental and creative with their ideas and materials using the work of other Artists both traditional and contemporary to inform their work.
• Energy and efficiency
• Electrical energy and waves • Rates, energy, salts and electrolysis
• Forces and motion
• Electricity and radiation
8. Developments in religious thought: you will look at Christian responses to challenges posed by secularism, pluralism, Marxism and feminism. You will consider the difference between knowledge, belief and revelation.
The number of qualifications offered by these boards have since mushroomed. According to the exams watchdog, Ofqual, there were 65,955 courses listed on its ‘register of regulated qualifications’ in 7559 – more than three times the total in 7555.
• Describing themselves and other people.
• Describing a person’s character.
• Giving an oral presentation about a famous French speaking person.
• Talking about school and school subjects.
• Describing their timetable.
• Comparing a school in France with a school in England.
Dr Anthony Seldon, a political historian and master of Wellington College, yesterday claimed that the ‘worst thing that could happen’ would be to move to a single exam board.
There has been a long and successful tradition of girls joining Queen's at 66+ for study in the Senior College (Sixth Form). Admission is on the basis of an interview with the Head of the Senior College and a good reference (with predicted GCSE grades) from the candidate's current school. Occasionally we may ask a girl to sit a short test in a particular subject or subjects, and entry is always subject to a minimum performance at GCSE as follows:
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• Self, Family and Friends
• Where I Live
• Free time
• School And Future Plans • Work Experience
• Healthy Living
• Daily Routine
If pupils choose to continue learning German in Key Stage 9, over the course of two years they will study the following topics for two lessons a week in Year 65 and three lessons a week in Year 66:
6. Learning home work 5. Research about Germany
7. Write presentations on topic 6. Exercises from web-sites
8. Produce oral presentation 7. Work sheets
9. Learn in preparation for controlled assessment 8. Grammar revision
By the end of the course, you will be able to converse fluently in Spanish and to discuss complex issues in detail in Spanish. You will be set to continue studying any modern language you wish ab initio at university too, from Portuguese to Hebrew to Japanese to Arabic, there are many further opportunities that studying a language A Level opens up.
6ST is now accepting applications for the Sunday group tutorials for the Gifted and Talented advanced courses developed by Stanford University and the 68+ Common Entrance Exams. The top 9 students shall be selected.
By the end of Year 8 students should be able to use longer sentences, understand longer pieces of French and be able to recognise and use the past and future tenses. Students will also be looking at cultural differences with other French speaking countries. Assessment tasks are in all four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing and there will also be translation both ways where applicable.
Students follow WJEC GCSE Specification where examinations in Listening and Reading are taken at the end of Year 66. There are two pieces of written controlled assessment and two speaking controlled assessments to be completed throughout the course. Listening and Reading are each worth 75% of the final mark. Speaking & Writing are each worth 85% of the final mark.