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1 English Communication makes the world go round. Your English lessons are designed to turn you into a wonderful communicator, not just verbally but making sure that your writing packs a punch too! We will teach you how to be a word artist and have maximum impact on people that listen to you or read your work. You need reading and writing skills to be successful for everyday life, such as letter writing and reading and understanding a variety of non-fiction texts, so we include this too. You ll also enjoy exploring a variety of plays, novels and poetry from the past and present, allowing you to enrich your knowledge of English heritage and consider the works of writers from other cultures. We will teach you to develop your reasoning skills so that you have strong personal opinions about textsand the themes raised within them. You will receive three types of grade as of grade throughout the year: A communication grade A reading grade (How clearly you write about what you read, to prove understanding ) A writing grade You will love it. Year 7 Topics covered: Reading for meaning (non fiction texts) First News Newspapers Reading for meaning ( fiction-poetry, plays, novels) I M NO SOAP Scheme of Work and a selected class novel Writing in a variety of styles for a range of audiences -Persuasive Writing Examination Speaking skills for a variety of contexts YR 7 Themes covered: Exploring other cultures War Conflict Business Relationships Course Leaders: Kerry Gorman Katie Affleck

2 Mathematics KS3 Mathematics focuses on four areas of Mathematics: Using and Applying, Number and Algebra, Shape, Space and Measures and Handling data Mathematics at Waterhead Academy has a strong focus on functional use of Mathematics. Students are given the opportunity to put the skills they learn into real life contexts. Students are regularly assessed against their target grades, across all four areas of Mathematics. Students are placed in sets in Mathematics based on their KS2 test results KS2 Level Pathway Target Grades Level 3 & below Extra Support E/D/C During KS3, you child will be challenged in the following areas of Mathematics. Each Year the level of difficulty and complexity will increase. High level 3 & low Level 4 Support C/B Year7 Whole numbers, decimals, simplifying, expressions, charts, graphs and averages Secure Level 4 Core B Collecting, representing, interpreting and evaluating data, statistics and probability. High Level 4 & low Extension B/A Level 5 Secure Level 5 Extension + A Contact details for course leaders: Head of Mathematics Mr McGuinness - High Level 5 & Level 6 Accelerated A / A* KS3 Curriculum Lead in Mathematics Mr Taylor -

3 Science The Key Stage 3 Science Curriculum is designed so that pupils: Develop scientific knowledge conceptual understanding through the specific disciplines of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Develop understanding of the nature, processes and methods of science through different types of Science enquiries that help them to answer scientific questions about the work around them Are equipped with the scientific knowledge required to understand the uses and implications of Science, today and for the future Students are assessed through summative assessments for each of the topics. Students are also assessed on their scientific enquiry skills for each discipline in science. In Year 7 pupils are taught to: Work scientifically through investigations, analysis and evaluation of data and evidence Develop knowledge and understanding of the three scientific disciplines, Biology, chemistry and physics In Year 7 pupils are taught: Cells, Tissues, Organs & Systems Sexual Reproduction in Animals Ecosystems Mixtures & Separation Acids & Bases The Particle Model Atoms, Elements & Compounds Energy & Changes Electricity Forces Mrs L Rogers

4 Art and Design Pupils will complete following areas: a 9-week unit of work specializing in the Stair casing Assessment criteria in Art, Graphics, Textiles and Photography. The work will be stair cased so pupils are building on their skills to work independently using a range of art materials with intention and control. They will learn to evaluate and annotate their work to produce a final outcome. Year 7 Teacher grading of AO4 the final outcome recorded on SIMS Year 7 Art: Pupils will work on a project based on Celtic Art where they will explore and develop drawing, tone and shading techniques. They will experience a variety of media and produce a final Celtic Design. Graphics: Pupils will undertake a project on character design. They will develop drawing, design and Photoshop skills. They will develop their designs to produce an outcome of a computer games cover. Textiles: Pupils will design and produce a felt puppet, in which they will learn hand and machine sewing and applique in order to create their puppet. Photography: Pupils will use Pop Art as a stimulus to produce self portraits. They will learn how to take self portraits using a camera and learn how to use Photoshop to manipulate images. M. Glenn, J. Hall Course Leaders:

5 Creative Digital Media Production BTEC Digital Creative Media Production is a practical, technical and vocational media training qualification. It teaches learners how to use industry standard audio-visual design, production and editing applications to create a range of passive and interactive digital products. Key Stage 3 students have the opportunity to gain a foundation understanding of three of the core sectors in preparation for the BTEC qualification: Animation, Digital Games Programming and Video Production & Editing. Over the eight week course within each year group, they use a range of production devices and applications in developing their understanding. Students have access to our bespoke learning and assessment system. This tests their knowledge at the end of each lesson, allows them to review the lesson content as a video tutorial, submit their homework digitally and best of all - track their on-going progress against their target grade in real-time. Y7 Animation Techniques Students learn the theory behind various traditional and contemporary animation methods and technique, from Zoetropes to 3D CGI, as well as investigating the contribution that influential animators have made towards the industry. They have the opportunity to create a range of their own animated products, including a Stop Motion, Hand Drawn, Flash and 3D Computer project. Work Ethic Students are graded each lesson (possible 5 points) for their ability to work professionally and with a mature attitude. This includes trying their best when they find a task difficult. Theory Knowledge Students have an online end of lesson test (possible 12 points) to assess their understanding of the theory covered within the lesson Technical Competency Students are assessed (possible 5 points) on their ability to use media production technology in order to achieve the learning objectives of the lesson Creativity The end product is analysed (possible 5 points) to see if it has originality and audience appeal Homework Students are set homework (possible 3 points) on six of the eight week course. This covers research into influential contributors to the industry. Mr D May

6 Drama Drama is on the Technology carousel, along with Food, Resistant Materials and Creative Media. Year 7s have one lesson per week for eight weeks, Years 8 and 9 for nine weeks. Drama is taught in form classes, building on relationships and friendships formed there. One unit per year is taught, each one focusing on a major development in the history of Drama. Each unit is assessed in three ways: making drama, performing drama and writing about drama. The weight of each of these is 15%, 45% and 40% respectively. Written homework is a requirement as is written self-assessment and peer review. Making Drama - continuous assessment (15%) Performing Drama - end of unit performance to an audience (45%) Writing about Drama - end of unit test (40%) Each year group is taught a genre, style and performance space from a significant historical period. Consideration is given to how technical elements enhance performance and how to engage an audience. Year 7 Ancient Greek Tragedy Using the story of Theseus and the Minotaur students explore, realize and develop ideas for performance in an arena performance space including the messenger, chorus and masks. Course Leader Mrs M Workman

7 French In Key Stage 3 French you will learn about a variety of topics and also about the French culture. You will be exposed to authentic materials, including the opportunity to work with a native French Foreign Language Assistant. You will look at French literature and the skills of translating and transcribing texts. Grammar is taught progressively throughout Key Stage 3 in preparation for further study at GCSE and beyond. Students will be assessed on six occasions during the year, once every half-term, and assessments will be based on the four skills of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. Assessment will be both formal, e.g., End of Module Assessment Tests, Key Tasks and informal, e.g., Class Work and Homework. There will also be a formal exam. During the 3 years you will cover the following topics and grammar: Year 7 Personal information, school, hobbies and interests, where I live, going out Grammar: The Present Tense The Near-Future Tense The topics and grammar covered provide a sound foundation for further development of the language at GCSE Mrs A Malone

8 Geography KS3 students are offered a high-quality Geography Curriculum developed to inspire curiosity and fascination about our diverse planet. Through the study of a wide variety of places, people, resources and environments students acquire a growing knowledge and understanding of the Earth s key physical and human processes as well as a range of fieldwork and transferable skills which equip them for further study at G.C.S.E. and A level. The Department, made up of a team of dedicated specialists, aims to meet the needs of all of our students, and challenges them to become independent learners who achieve their personal best, by utilising a variety of teaching and learning styles and carefully matched, relevant resources. The broad, balanced curriculum has been devised to include up-to-date case studies to enhance students awareness of the rapidly changing world in which we live and encourage them to become responsible citizens who understand the fragility of our planet and the need for careful, sustainable management for future generations. Students geographical knowledge, understanding and skills are assessed and reported every half term. Assessment tasks take a variety of forms to allow staff to make an accurate judgement of an individual students attainment against graded criteria. A*-G grades are awarded for formal end of module and year exams, homework tasks and teacherled activities in the classroom. All assessments are followed up by student self-review to allow independent reflection, target setting Year 7 Module 1: Introduction To Our World Module 2: Our Hazardous World: Rivers and Flooding Module 3: Our Human World: Population and Settlement Mrs. L. Mills

9 History Students study the revised National Curriculum in England. We deliver a series of Study units which cover British, local and world history. We want our pupils to identify significant events, make connections and analyse trends within time periods and over time. Students will extend and deepen their chronological knowledge and develop their source evaluation skills. Students are encouraged to ask perceptive questions and develop informed judgements on key historical events and people. Year 7 Students receive a compulsory baseline assessment on entering the Academy which assesses basic skills and concepts. A timetabled series of formative assessments are given to all Key Stage Year groups. Students are assessed against the appropriate Key Stage staircase and are awarded a grade (A*-G). Year 7 In Year 7 Students study The Romans in Britain followed by The development of Church, state and society in Medieval Britain Topics include the invasion of England 1066, and the Magna Carta and the emergence of Parliament. Prescriptive mark schemes are used to assess the quality of students written responses The History department internally standardises and moderates the marking of assessments to attain marking consistency. Mr A Answer

10 ICT & Computing The Key Stage 3 Curriculum has been designed to provide our students with the IT and computing skills relevant in today s society. The Curriculum looks at skills ranging from essential e-safety taught in Year 7 to Web Design and App Building in Year 9. The curriculum is heavily Computer Science based, however it also builds on ICT skills required for study at KS4. Everyday ICT skills are taught throughout the whole school curriculum, this includes skills from word processing to presentation software e.g. MS Word and PowerPoint. In Year 7 foundation skills are developed and year on year built upon to prepare for either GCSE Computer Science or GCSE ICT. Each unit of work is assessed via: Classwork End of unit practical assessment End of unit exam style assessment Ms A Wilson

11 Music Class music is taught to all students in Years 7, 8, and 9. Students in Y10 can opt for Music as a GCSE subject. At Key Stage 3 much of the work is practical and develops the students compositional and performing skills. The practical work is often undertaken in groups and, as part of courses in Years 7, 8 and 9, students learn how to play the keyboard. Students are also introduced to Music Theory, general listening and appraisal. Students have access to a wide range of percussion instruments in the classroom and, where appropriate, are encouraged to bring their own instruments for practical work. Students will be assessed on a half termly basis their ability to: Play Sing Compose Listen Analyse and describe music Students in Year 7 will be studying the following topics: The Elements of Music the building bricks of music The Keyboard how pianists do it! Ostinato how repetition makes music catchy Soundscapes composing expressive music to suit an image or scene World music Indonesian music and African music Chords how to play and compose using chords Mrs A Beckford

12 Physical Education The Key Stage 3 PE Curriculum has been designed to ensure that all students, no matter their ability get a broad and balanced experience of a range of physical activities and sports. Each Unit of Work is assessed via: GCSE PE themes are incorporated into the Key Stage 3 curriculum from Year 7 and students are assessed on this alongside their practical performance. The course becomes progressively more demanding. The foundations of each sport are taught in Year 7, developed further in Year 8 and Year 9 is designed to prepare students for the progression to GCSE PE at Key Stage 4. Practical Performance in each activity End of Unit exam style assessment, testing student knowledge in each activity. AUTUMN TERM (4 LESSONS FOR EACH ACTIVITY) SPRING TERM (4 LESSONS FOR EACH ACTIVITY) SUMMER TERM (3 LESSONS FOR EACH ACTIVITY) BOYS Pe1 TRANSITION CROSS COUNTRY RUGBY BASKETBALL HANDBALL FOOTBALL FITNESS TENNIS ATHLETICS CRICKET SOFTBALL BOYS Pe3 TRANSITION CROSS COUNTRY MULTI SPORTS MULTI SPORTS BASKETBALL FITNESS FOOTBALL ATHLETICS TENNIS SOFTBALL CRICKET GIRLS Pe2 TRANSITION CROSS COUNTRY NETBALL CREATIVE ACTIVITIES FOOTBALL ATHLETICS RUGBY HANDBALL ROUNDERS TENNIS ROUNDERS GIRLS Pe4 TRANSITION CROSS COUNTRY MULTI SPORTS MULTI SPORTS CREATIVE ACTIVITIES FOOTBALL ATHLETICS RUGBY HANDBALL ROUNDERS ROUNDERS Students will be taught the following for each practical activity: Skills and Techniques, Rules, Students will also develop their understanding of Healthy Active Lifestyles through GCSE PE topics and themes. These will be linked to the practical activities throughout the course. Strategies and Tactics, Positions and Formations. Mr S Smith

13 Religious Studies In Religious Studies we aim to give our students an understanding of the six major world religions, their origins, beliefs and practices. Our schemes of learning offer innovative, challenging and rewarding learning experiences that fully embed the skills pupils need at GCSE. We aim to develop our students spiritually, morally, socially and culturally and develop creative, experiential and enjoyable lessons that ensure each pupil is able to achieve and be successful. In Years 7 and 8 assessment is done through in class assessment. Year 7: Why do we study RE? Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism. Covering the origins of the religion, the foundations of the beliefs and key practices. For each theme we will look at what the main problems are that arise, how society s views have changed and how and why religions respond to these matters. Mr A Murphy

14 Resistant Materials In this course students will learn about the Design Process and how designers solve problems. Along the way students will develop practical skills and learn how to use workshop tools and equipment in a safe and accurate way. Students will learn many different skills, starting with how to research in order to sketch creative, original and unique design ideas. Students will develop ideas into a made product. Health and Safety is an important aspect every practical lesson. Students will learn about the properties of the materials and how best to shape and join the material. As young designers, students will have the chance to investigate current issues relating to the social, moral, cultural and environmental impacts of design and materials. Upon completion of each product they will learn how to evaluate. Resistant Materials consists of a made product and supporting design folder. Y7 Key Fob Students will learn how to accurately measure and mark a key fob design is neat and precise. The students will learn about the properties of acrylic plastic. Students will be taught how to correctly use specific tools and equipment required to shape and join each piece to form an acrylic key fob with professional finish. The assessment criteria for KS3 Resistant Materials is broken down into three areas: Design context Design context assessment covers scale of production, specification, materials research and design development Making Making assessment relates to independent practical work, selection and safe working with tools and equipment. Accurate cuts and finishing techniques. Students write full sentences in own words. Plan the make and evaluation Plan the make assessment covers neatly annotated explanation of step by step instructions clearly explaining how the product has been made. Evaluation assesses the students opinion of what they dis/like about their product and what if any improvements they would make. Each workbook has level descriptors to show you what you need to do in order to achieve each Grade associated with the year the student is in. Naturally, as you progress through the years and work gets more demanding, these grades will become harder to achieve, until finally the student completes studies and hits the top of the Assessment Staircase in Year 11. Miss S Smith

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