Year 11 Revision Folder
Computer Science GCSE
All students are issued with CGP revision guides at the end of Year 10.
Mr Deane and Mrs Dadd are available on Mondays after school if any students would like to drop in for extra help.
Paper 1 (1.5 hrs)
Paper 2 (1.5 hrs)
AQA GCSE Computer Science -https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/computer-science-and-it/gcse/computer-science-8520/assessment-resources
Outlines of the specification and link to the AQA website can be found on the department curriculum website http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/parents-and-students/curriculum/departments/religious-studies
All students have been provided with a revision guide for this GCSE. For additional revision, support and guidance the RS department has created resources including keywords sheets, religious evidence sheets and work booklets along with past papers and model answers. These can be collected at any time from the RS department.
Eduqas GCSE English Language and English Literature specifications and practice papers can be found at the following links.
Revision resources are provided by English teachers for students to complete at home.
Further resources are available on Google Classroom.
Outlines of the specification and link to the OCR B website can be found on the department curriculum website
For revision support and guidance please check out the department revision Google Site https://sites.google.com/a/lawrencesheriffschool.com/lss-revision/home
Modern Foreign Languages
Outlines of the French / German / Spanish specifications and links to the AQA websites can be found on the department curriculum website
For revision support and guidance please check out the department revision Google Classrooms.
History at GCSE
Exam Board:AQA: https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/history/gcse/history-8145
Dates of Mock:12 November 2019 - Paper 1 and March 2020 - Paper 2
Dates of final examinations- Paper 1: 1st June AM and Paper 2: 4th June PM
Length of papers:2 hours each, equally weighted - 4 marks for SPG in each.
Paper 1:Germany 1918-45 and the International Relations 1945 - 72.
Paper 2:Britain - Health and the People and Norman England. For 2020 the special study on the Normans is the Battle of Hastings
Revision Guides:All students have been provided with the official AQA revision book.
Revision Websites: Useful for online quizzes and core information
Exam revision sessions:each Thursday from 3.30 - 4.30pm - see attached schedule for venue. In class revision will begin on Monday 6th February - with 6 lessons on each core topic.
Advised revision strategies:
Knowledge organisers to be provided for each unit - available via student S drive/shared area.
Mind mapping knowledge black spots.
Revision cards - to learn key names in medicine or German terms.
Personalised Learning Checklists - students to target core knowledge that is insecure.
Practice exam questions - each student to be provided with Past Paper revision booklet for each core unit with exam questions, set and marked on a twice half termly basis.
Self evaluation - use of practice 'Walking/Talking' mocks to model with students the demands of examination questions.
Here is the link to the specification we use for EP: https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-project-qualification/level-3.html
There is also a Google Site that the students have access to: https://sites.google.com/a/lawrencesheriffschool.com/level-3-extended-project/
Information about the course, including the specification and sample assessment materials can be found on the Edexcel website (https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/psychology-2017.html). Further revision resources are available on Google classroom.
The Mathematics Department aims to encourage and develop independent thinking and logical problem solving skills, equipping all students with the mathematical skills essential for everyday life. Challenging tasks for all students ensure they are pushing the limits of their ability, building a resilience which is transferable across all subjects and aspects of life.
As passionate mathematicians we encourage our students to see mathematics the way we do, as an art. As well as the abundant functionality, we see the underlying beauty of the subject and the patterns and puzzles and problems it provides. Why does this happen? Will it always happen? How can I prove it? If we created mathematics, how do we not know everything about it? Was it discovered or created? This is the curiosity we aim to foster in mathematics.
Useful websites include:
GCSE past papers:
A-level past papers: