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1 Partnership Options Booklet Key Stage for the Melton and Vale of Belvoir Schools

2 6 CONTENTS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS BUSINESS STUDIES (GCSE) Taught at John Ferneley College 6 CATERING (GCSE) Taught at Belvoir High School CREATIVE AND MEDIA DIPLOMA Taught at Brooksby Melton College 8 DANCE (GCSE) Taught at Long Field School 9 11 ELECTRONICS (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School ENGINEERING DIPLOMA Taught at Brooksby Melton College GERMAN FOR BEGINNERS (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School 12 LENS MEDIA (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS (GCSE) Taught at John Ferneley College 14 TEXTILES (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School 15

3 Mr R Garrett Long Field School David Gibson King Edward VII School Chris Robinson John Ferneley John Sherwin Belvoir High Introduction from Melton and Vale of Belvoir Head Teachers Dear Student and Parents It is with great pleasure that the Melton and Vale of Belvoir schools present to you the first ever partnership options booklet. As you know, all of your compulsory subjects at Key Stage 4 (maths, English, science etc.) and a range of optional courses are available to study in your home school and this is where you will spend most of your school time. You can find details of these courses in your home school Key Stage 4 course guide or options booklet. However, by working together, the partnership of schools has been able to extend this basic offer with a range of partnership options which are studied away from your home school in one of the partnership establishments (King Edward VII School, Long Field School, John Ferneley College, Brooksby Melton College and Belvoir High). These partnership options are described on the following pages and include GCSE and Diploma courses. You can get further information on what these courses entail at your home schools options evenings but this booklet makes it clear what you can study and where. If you choose a Partnership GCSE option you will study at the listed school on Thursday afternoons and will travel to this school after your Thursday morning s learning in your home school. It is only possible to choose 1 GCSE course to study at another school. If you choose to study for a Diploma in Engineering or Creative and Media you will study at Brooksby Melton College all day on Wednesdays and on Thursday mornings. Diploma students will also be able to choose 1 further option subject. This is likely to be back in your home school but could be at one of the partnership schools depending on your choice. You should read the information in this booklet along with your home school Key Stage 4 course guide or options booklet. Any queries you have can be answered by staff at your home school. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section will answer additional queries you may have. As in all schools, options choices depend on student demand. We hope to be able to offer all these options if there are enough students who want to take them. We look forward to helping you choose a Key Stage 4 course of study that you will enjoy and be successful in.

4 Frequently Asked Questions 4 What is a partnership option? This is a Key Stage 4 subject that you choose to study at one of the partnership schools (Belvoir High School, John Ferneley College, King Edward VII School or Long Field School) or Brooksby Melton College. When will it be taught? Every Thursday afternoon during term time for GCSE courses, in a two and a half hour block. For Diplomas, all day Wednesday and a two and a half hour block on Thursday mornings. Where will it be taught? In one of the partnership schools for GCSE or Brooksby Melton College for Diploma courses. What uniform should I wear? You should wear the uniform of your home school. What are the transport arrangements to and from other schools? Transport will be provided to and from the partnership schools where necessary. There is no expectation that parents will incur additional cost for pupils studying partnership options. Who will assess my work? The teacher delivering the course will assess your work and the partnership school will be responsible for moderating and submitting it to the exam boards for external assessment. Where will I sit any exams? In the partnership school where you have studied the subject. How will my progress be reported on? The partnership school will report on your progress at least twice during each academic year. You will receive that progress report from the partnership school. What are the expectations of me whilst I am studying at another school? You are expected to comply with the behaviour policy of the partnership school and complete all assignments set. If your behaviour means that your learning and that of other students is being adversely affected, the partnership school, home school and parents will work together to resolve any issues. The partnership school reserves the right to withdraw you from the course you have chosen and you would then have to return to alternative study at your home school. What data will be shared between the partnership establishments? The usual personal details of students held by the home school (such as emergency contacts, special needs and medical information) will be shared with any partnership establishment responsible for educating that student. This is to ensure we best serve the needs of students wherever they are studying. This data is, of course, subject to Data Protection Laws.

5 What will my timetable look like during a typical week? The weekly pattern for a young person studying a diploma. 5 Mon Tues Weds Thurs Fri am pm am pm am pm am pm am pm Home Home Home Home Diploma Diploma Diploma Home Home Home The weekly pattern for a young person studying the diploma and a partnership GCSE. Mon Tues Weds Thurs Fri am pm am pm am pm am pm am pm Home Home Home Home Diploma Diploma Diploma Partnership Home Home The weekly pattern for a young person studying a partnership GCSE. Mon Tues Weds Thurs Fri am pm am pm am pm am pm am pm Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Partnership Home Home The weekly pattern for a young person studying solely in the home institution. Mon Tues Weds Thurs Fri am pm am pm am pm am pm am pm Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home How do I apply to study for a diploma or Partnership GCSE? You complete your home schools normal option form. The Partnership GCSEs and Diplomas are listed on this form. Where can I obtain further information on Partnership options? Your current school will be able to help you with any additional queries you have.

6 BUSINESS STUDIES (GCSE) Taught at John Ferneley College 6 This course will help you to understand the dynamic environment in which business operates and to appreciate the many factors that impact upon business activity and business behaviour. You will gain an understanding of the issues facing UK businesses in the 21 st century. Effect of business activity on the environment. Globalisation of business activity. The Business Studies course is made up of three compulsory units: Marketing and Enterprise (controlled assessment). 25% Business and People (externally assessed unseen examination). 25% Production, Finance and the External Business Environment (examination based on case-study). 50% What next? This GCSE course will prepare you to make decisions about further learning opportunities and career choices. In the 6 th Form, you choose from AS and A2 courses in Business Studies. You will look at business in the following ways: Interests of different stakeholders. Need for sustainability in business.

7 CATERING (GCSE) Taught at Belvoir High School Overview This GCSE is designed to give you an opportunity to extend and apply your practical food skills and knowledge of the catering industry within a variety of contexts from Sandwich bars to Restaurants. It is important that you realise that practical and written work are both important aspects of this course. This is not a practical only course. The course concentrates on the main areas of food production and food service as an introduction to the catering industry. Health and Safety within the Food area, cost effectiveness within the world of catering, basic nutrition and the relationship between diet and health are important study areas. The course is suitable for all pupils who wish to be able to prepare, cook and serve well balanced meals, whether this is for you when you leave home or whether you wish to pursue a career in the food industry. You will continue to develop and extend your present cookery skills preparing two and three course meals, working both as individuals and as members of a team. PRACTICAL - Pupils will be expected to purchase and wear chefs jackets, aprons and skull caps during practical lessons which may be purchased through Belvoir High school for approx. 12. Practical cookery lessons will be taught most weeks and pupils are expected to bring their own ingredients. The coursework assessment may be a 3000 word project about their one week work experience in the catering industry or an 8 A4 page independent catering based investigation e.g. comparison between two local restaurants in your area which is 20% of the final grade. You will take two practical assessments, one worth 15% and the second 25% of the final grade. There is also a 2 hour examination which will test your knowledge of foods, meal planning, health, safety and hygiene, food preparation, nutrition, technological developments and kitchen design and equipment. This is worth 40% of the final grade. 7

8 DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE & MEDIA Taught at Brooksby Melton College 8 The Diploma in Creative and Media will be jointly delivered by King Edward VII School and Brooksby Melton College staff therefore giving you access to a wide range of teaching expertise and facilities. The Diploma in Creative and Media introduces you to a huge range of disciplines, including 2D and 3D Visual Art, Graphic Design, Product Design, Fashion, Textiles, Advertising, Drama, Dance, Music, Film and Television, Radio, Interactive Media, Animation, Computer Games, Photo Imaging and Creative Writing to name but a few. It also teaches skills and knowledge that are common to all creative industries. The following areas are assessed to gain a Diploma in Creative and Media: Compulsory courses - all the Creative and Media Diploma courses teach students to be aware of their surroundings and how this can affect what they create. The courses encourage students to think and work creatively, giving students the practical skills to bring their ideas to life. A focus on Creative Businesses and Enterprise places creative work within a business context and teaches students the skills to succeed at work. Additional or specialist learning options students can choose from a wide range of learning options to meet their personal interests and career goals. Project all Diploma students will complete a project to demonstrate the skills and knowledge they have acquired. Personal, learning and thinking skills to develop skills such as teamwork and self-management. Students will learn how to express themselves confidently and how to apply their knowledge and skills creatively in a business environment. Functional skills all Diploma students need to achieve a minimum standard in English, Maths and ICT. These subjects are likely to be taken as a GCSE alongside the Diploma. Work experience Diploma students will do a minimum of 10 days structured work experience. What qualification will I get at the end of it? When you have finished your Diploma, you will receive either a Higher Diploma or a Foundation Diploma.

9 DANCE (GCSE) Taught at Long Field School Overview GCSE Dance offers you the chance to develop skills in dance performance, choreography and analysis. You will learn a set study and take part in class performances both of which will help to develop your performance skills. Choreography classes will give you the chance to explore your own ideas and provide you with one to one support which will enable you to create your own work. Practical Examination (20 minutes): You will be required to perform a set study which will last approximately one minute. Coursework (20%): Performance and Choreography: You will be required to perform in one duo/group dance which will last about 2½ to 3 minutes. You will also choreograph a dance, which may be a solo or group performance (40%) 9 Dance analysis sessions will also help to broaden your understanding of the subject. Basics in safe practice and health and safety for dancers are also covered. Assessment is based on coursework and performances and comprises three components. Written paper (20%): The paper is split into two sections which focus on the set work you will study and require you to show understanding of different professional dance works. Why study GCSE Dance? This course seeks to provide knowledge, skill and understanding of dance and is an excellent introduction to the subject for those wishing to study dance at advanced level.

10 ELECTRONICS (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School 10 Electronic building blocks and circuit manufacture. How to combine blocks to make a range of useful circuits e.g. alarms, timers, counters, sensors. How to case a circuit to make an electronic product. Programmable control. Coursework Coursework will consist of minor projects in Year 10 and a major project in Year 11 (which counts towards your GCSE). All coursework projects consist of a practical outcome and a folder containing research, design ideas, planning and evaluation. Computers The design and technology faculty has 2 computer hubs and access to laptops. Homework Homework tasks are set every week and vary from research tasks to practical making tasks. There are two tiers of entry; Foundation (grades C to G) and Higher (grades A* to D). The assessment is: Coursework (60%) One project of 40 hours work Examination (40%) One 2 hour Exam You will use computers regularly in Electronics to simulate virtual electronic circuits, prepare circuits for manufacture and for programming PIC microcontrollers.

11 DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING Taught at Brooksby Melton College This programme will be jointly delivered by King Edward VII and Brooksby Melton College. The Diploma will introduce you to some of the key themes in engineering but will also give you the opportunity to learn practical skills and develop an ability to solve problems. What will Diploma students learn? The Diplomas are a combination of theoretical study with practical and applied learning. At the college, students will have the opportunity to utilise the state-of-the-art interactive learning labs which support the underpinning knowledge of the learning programme. Project students will complete a project related to specific area of engineering to enable them to explore a topic of interest in greater depth. 11 Principal learning students will develop knowledge, understanding and skills relevant to a sector or sectors using realistic work related environments and materials. You will have a choice of focusing upon electrical/electronics, motor vehicle or mechanical engineering/design. Functional Skills students will develop their ability to apply their English, Maths and ICT skills in situations in the context of the engineering sector. Additional/specialist learning - this will allow students to go into more depth in a specialist area by selecting from qualifications at the same level as the Diploma or one higher. Work experience is a key feature of all Diplomas. Learners must complete a minimum of 10 days structured work experience. Career prospects and progression The progression routes available to students are varied and could lead to lifelong learning in one or more of the following areas: Apprenticeship. Advanced Apprenticeship, Vocational courses. A Levels and Foundation degrees.

12 GERMAN FOR BEGINNERS (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School 12 Who is it for? German for beginners is a course for those who have not had the chance to study German before. It is a two year course which aims to take people to GCSE by the end of Year 11. Whether it is combined with French or Spanish or not, it is a useful language to have. You will develop your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. There are four main topics: lifestyle. leisure. home and environment. work and education. There are listening and reading examinations in the summer term of Year 11. Speaking and writing are done whenever you are ready at any time during the course. Two recordings are made and two essays are written, at different times throughout the year. Questions you may ask yourself: Am I good enough to do it? The answer is YES, even if you find it difficult. We are here to help you get better. I am dyslexic. I can t do German. This is not true. The only writing is coursework, and your teacher will give you support. I ll never need German That may be true, but times are changing. Ask around and you will find many adults who regret not being able to speak another language. You may also find that some universities will expect a grade C or above in a modern language for admission to any degree. It s much easier now than trying to do a crash course later. And at university those who want to take part in Erasmus schemes and go abroad have to show they can already work in a foreign language.

13 LENS MEDIA (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School (Computer based digital photography and video editing) Recording information through written work, digital photography and video work. Analysing photographs and film of other people. Studying and working from artists. Developing skills using the following: Use of digital still and video cameras. PowerPoint. Manipulating images, Photoshop. Film making, ADOBE Premiere. Scriptwriting. Digital and drawn storyboards. ADOBE Photoshop and Premiere. supporting work which will be presented in PowerPoint for assessment. Projects will focus on different themes, such as storytelling through pictures as in trailers and adverts. You will be making short extracts of film rather than full length feature films. Homework Each week you will be given a task that relates to your project - this may be a drawing, artist research, essay, piece of research, or taking digital photographs if you have access to a camera. This work will be assessed as part of your coursework. Final Assessment Coursework 60% 10 hour practical exam 40% 13 This course involves being creative and imaginative with your ideas. You must have an ability to use computers and related technology, working with a variety of packages and though this is an art subject not an ICT course, you will be working on computers every lesson. Coursework You will work through a series of projects producing a final piece and

14 SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS (GCSE) Taught at John Ferneley College 14 Overview Continuing to learn a foreign language is a key part of education for the 21st Century in an increasingly competitive and international job market. Foreign language studies help to develop key skills which employers value: communication. problem-solving. attention to detail. The following topics will be studied: home-life and local area family life, facilities, getting around. school, work and money school issues, part-time jobs, work experience, future plans. people and lifestyle health issues, food and drink, shopping, dealing with problems. leisure and free-time sports, hobbies, television, music, expressing opinions widening horizons travel, life in other countries, global issues such as the environment. We will build on your current knowledge and skills base, focusing on the 4 language skills: Listening: you will hear items such as people asking the way and conversations such as people talking about home life (20% of total mark). Speaking: you will talk briefly about, for example, where you live or what you do/did at the weekend (30%). Reading: you will read, for example, signs and notices and short letters in which people write about such things as their holiday (20%). Writing: you will write about your holidays, for example, or free-time. (30%). What Next? With a good GCSE pupils can go on to do a language at Advanced (AS or A2) Level and then on to a degree in languages. This further study would give you the chance to use the foreign language in a job. There are also many different courses available at university including starting new languages ab initio (ie without any previous knowledge) such as Chinese, Japanese or Arabic.

15 TEXTILES (GCSE) Taught at King Edward VII School Use of fabrics and materials. Designing and making fashion wear including: An overnight bag. A child's play mat. Cushions. Mobiles. Coursework Coursework will consist of minor projects in Year 10 and your major project which counts towards your GCSE (which starts in Year 10 and goes through to the spring term of Year 11). All coursework projects consist of a practical outcome and a folder containing research, design ideas, planning and evaluation. Computers The Design and Technology faculty has 2 computer hubs and several computer controlled machines such as sewing machines and milling machines. You will use computers regularly to present work, research topics, draw ideas and develop models. You will also use computers to help you manufacture practical outcomes. Homework Homework tasks are set every week and vary from research tasks to practical making tasks. All of the specialist areas are assessed in the same way. There are two tiers of entry, Foundation (grades C to G) and Higher (grades A* to D). The assessment is: Coursework 60% Examination 40% 15

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