Year 11 Support

As our year 11 students approach their final examinations in the summer, it is vital that they are fully equipped with all the necessary knowledge and skills.  A large part of this success will be down to how effectively they manage their time, and implement an effective revision programme, in the run up to the summer examinations.  Learning how to revise effectively is a key part of this.

Study Skills Workshops

In order to support our students, we have recruited the help of ‘Learning Performance’, the largest study skills company in the UK.  Their highly-skilled staff have an excellent track record of working with students to help them develop these skills and so maximise their potential.

They will be running a workshop at the school on the following date:

  • Thursday 9 March 2017

Resources from the evening will be posted here after the event.

 

Effective study skills

Personal revision planner

Students will be issued with their own personal revision planner to help them to plan and revise effectively for their examinations. This booklet  also outlines important calendar dates and information regarding the summer ball.


What’s on this week?

Revision timetable commencing Monday 27th February .

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Final revision opportunities for year 11

Formal GCSE written examinations begin on Monday 15 May 2017 and run until Monday 26 June 2017. Details regarding the final dates and expectations of students during this period will be sent out at the beginning of the summer term.


Virtual Learning Environment

Other useful revision sites are listed below.

How to revise

BBC GCSE Bitesize
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/

MyMaths
www.mymaths.co.uk/

Notes and examples of the different maths topics
Maths E-Book of Notes and Examples

S-cool the revision website
SCool Website – GCSE revision

GCSE.COM Revision
GCSE.com – GCSE Revision site

Revision Centre
GCSE Revision Centre

How to revise part 1

How to revise part 2

Further department resources

Art & Design

Child Development

Food Technology

Geography

History

Maths

Media

Science

And don’t forget – be brilliant!