Sixth Form Closure Resources

The table below gives information about the work being set for year 12 in each subject area, including the frequency at which work is being set.  There is also information about how the students should submit their work and the feedback they can expect to receive.

 

Subject Information about work set Frequency of setting work Marking expectations Any other relevant information
Art Currently, art students will be working through a developing project. Students are to be in contact with Ms. Watt at least once a week by email, sending work to her as they need individual advice. Completed project e-portfolio to be sent on PowerPoint by 1st May.  
From 4th May, students will start their major piece of coursework. Send photos on a PowerPoint of all the work created. The first deadline is the 18th May, then every 2 weeks
Business Studies For the Cambridge Technical course (CTEC), students should continue to work on the Unit 4 coursework. Students will soon be beginning the Assignment 3. This will be a series of lessons and then the assignment to be completed. Students will be set a task at a time.  All work for Assignment 2 should be completed by 3rd April. Assignment 2 will be marked and graded. This grade will go towards supporting the teacher assessment for the course. We await further clarification about examinations and how a final assessment will be calculated.
Computing Students are to carry on with their project work on units 6, 9 and 21. Individual pace.  Mrs Partridge should hear from students at least once a week with an email update of their work. Students will receive feedback on their work following the email update, with tasks for the following week.  
Engineering Working on Unit 4 Set when students would normally have a lesson Upload to Moodle  
English Language Students will receive PowerPoints and work sheets to cover the content for the lessons. Work will be sent weekly to match the number of lessons in the week. One piece of work to be marked each week.  Students will be informed which task is expected to be submitted.  
English Literature Students will have a fortnightly task to complete.  They should also be doing as much wider reading as possible, as well as using research links and websites that Mrs Lewis will set up. Every two weeks for the formal task. Students will receive feedback on the formal task every two weeks.  
Georaphy Students are continuing with the year 12 units (Coasts and Regenerating Places).  Moving on to Superpowers and water. Work set to cover 4 lessons per week set on the lesson day. It may cover both lessons that week for a teacher. All exam answers marked and students to email notes made and tasks completed. Promoting wider reading.
History Work is being set on Class Charts. Weekly. Email essays to the relevant class teacher.  Email any other work you want checking.  
Maths Mechanics and Statistics (Discrete for Further Maths AS). Tasksheets, HL booklets, topic tests and various websites, interactive, past papers later. On the days where students were due to have the lesson, sometimes by two teachers if shared. MyMaths, SENECA will self-mark.

Tasksheets, topic tests etc: answers/MS sent after completion date

Y13 coverage start around June
PE Work will be set via ClassCharts. Students are to use information on the OneDrive to continue exam preparation. Weekly, with revision also to be completed. Teacher will set exam style questions to be submitted via email.  
Product Design Working on NEA and theory lessons Set when students would normally have a lesson Upload to Moodle  
Psychology Students have been set detailed tasks to complete using independent learning materials via ClassCharts, along with clear expectations concerning the amount that should be completed each week. Further work will be uploaded to Classcharts as and when required. Work will be emailed to Mr Wiggans every Friday for marking and feedback.  
Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) Work will be set by the class teacher on ClassCharts. This will be set for the lesson you have that day.

 

The class teacher will identify on ClassCharts which task is to be returned for feedback. This will be approximately every 6 lessons.  

 

The table below gives information about the work being set for year 13 in each subject area, including the frequency at which work is being set.  There is also information about how the students should submit their work and the feedback they can expect to receive.

 

Subject Information about work set Frequency of setting work Marking expectations Any other relevant information
Art Art students will be working through individual coursework. Students are to be in contact with Ms. Watt by email, sending work to her as they need individual advice. Completed Coursework e-portfolio to be sent on PowerPoint by 1st May  
Business Studies For the Cambridge Technical course (CTEC), students should continue to work on the Unit 4 coursework. Students will soon be beginning the Assignment 3. This will be a series of lessons and then the assignment to be completed. Students will be set a task at a time.  All work for Assignment 2 should be completed by 3rd April. Assignment 2 will be marked and graded. This grade will go towards supporting the teacher assessment for the course. We await further clarification about examinations and how a final assessment will be calculated.
Computing  Complete CTEC unit work. Students should hand any up to date coursework in by 3rd April. Students should email work to Mrs Partridge, who will feedback with tasks for the following week.  
Drama Students will be continuing with current planning until exam boards say otherwise. Lesson by lesson, dated by that day. Students will be given feedback by email as essays are sent in.  Although students are sticking to the specification, the focus is more heavily on CW in case exam boards ask for that to be sent off.
Engineering No work set as the remaining part of the course is practical
English Language Students will receive PowerPoints and work sheets to cover the content for revision sessions. Work will be sent weekly to match the number of lessons in the week. One piece of work to be marked each week.  Students will be informed which task is expected to be submitted.  
English Literature Carry on working on your NEA initially, before moving onto revision tasks. Revision tasks will be set every week once the NEAs are complete. Once working on revision, students should send one piece of work to Mrs Lewis to be marked every two weeks.  
EPQ Students should ensure they complete their project with a video showing them presenting their findings. Questions will be sent to them once the supervisor has watched the presentation. Students need to submit a report, a copy of the presentation and the production log. All the EPQ should be completed by Friday 1st May ready for assessment. Students should send a video of the final project presentation to their supervisor. They will be informed of the grade awarded before it is sent off for moderation. We await final clarification about all aspects of the EPQ assessment and will communicate this to the students as and when it is announced.
Geography  Students should be completing their NEA On going Mark and moderate, where possible, NEAs. Continuing to promote wider reading.
History  Students should complete their coursework essays.   Email coursework to Mrs Tarbox.  
Maths Mechanics and Statistics (Discrete for Further Maths AS). Tasksheets, HL booklets, topic tests and various websites, interactive, past papers later. On the days where students were due to have the lesson, sometimes by two teachers if shared. MyMaths, SENECA will self-mark.

Tasksheets, topic tests etc: answers/MS sent after completion date

Students can use past papers for pure maths now.
PE  Work will be set via ClassCharts. Students are to use information on the OneDrive to continue exam preparation. Weekly, with revision also to be completed. Teacher will set exam style questions to be submitted via email.  
Product Design Complete NEA To be done for Easter  Students should email their work to their teacher.  
Psychology Students have been issued with a full series of practice exam papers to complete. Further work will be set after the 20th of April, subject to receiving further guidance from exam boards. Completed work to be returned to Mr Wiggans via email or post.  
Sciences Year 13 are to be revising, using resources placed on ClassCharts by the class teacher, as well as their own materials.

For physics, students are to be working through material not yet covered.

This will be set for the lesson you have that day.

 

The class teacher will identify on ClassCharts which task is to be returned for feedback. This will be approximately every 6 lessons.  
Spanish Student given access to the rest of the lessons on outlook/one drive to work through the rest of the book.

Student asked to prepare individual research project as a PowerPoint.

On the days where students were due to have the lesson.

 

 

PowerPoint slides for book content have answers to self-assess. Written work to be sent to the teacher for marking and to be returned.

IRP to be submitted and not returned (as per AQA policy).

 

 

ART

Check student emails and ClassCharts.

BUSINESS STUDIES (Cambridge Technical)

Years 12 and 13 already have their lessons emailed to them. In the event of school closure, this would simply continue. Resources can be found on P:drive under Cambridge Technical and Unit 4. They also have access to SharePoint which has revision and exam practice materials.
Support can be found on www.businessed.co.uk using theory notes under the Cambridge Technical tab and then Level 3.
Useful links: https://www.csnewbs.com/

DRAMA

Students already have the resources. Please access Class Charts regularly for tasks set.

ENGINEERING

All resources are on the schools Moodle site. Recommended websites:

ENGLISH

Year 12
Y12 should consolidate their notes and studies so far. Year 12 Literature students should be doing their wider reading: poetry and novels. Power Points will be emailed directly. You could also:

Year 13

Students for A Level English subjects should be in regular email contact with their teacher for feedback on any essays they do and for updates on their NEAs. They should be reading and note taking from their core texts and resources.  They should be reading articles from The Guardian that support topics that they are studying. They can do online searches for Guardian articles that will support areas of study.

FURTHER MATHS

Y12 Further Maths AS Maths Topic Overview and Resources

References in yellow boxes are made to Teacher Guide sheets (you have Mechanics and Pure ones). You will receive the Discrete Guide by email if not already given.
You will receive Topic tests by email, as well as worked solutions, as usual. You will also receive additional notes/examples where required.

PURE MATHS:

We have completed the Pure Course, but added for revision purposes.

MECHANICS:

Mechanics: remaining coverage:

Work, Energy, Power 

Power = Rate of work MC 7

  • M2 book: Examples 3.16-3.18
  • M2 book , Ex.3F; 1, 3, 5, 7

Topic Tests: Work energy Power + Variable Force, EPE and Power

Circular motion MD 1, 2, 3
M2.5 exercises:

    • Ex.5A; 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 11, 12
    • Ex.5B; 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20

   Topic Test: Circular Motion

Worked Solutions will be posted on Classcharts as usual.

DISCRETE:

Decision/Discrete: remaining coverage:

  • Linear Programming {Graphical solutions only)
  • Game Theory
  • Critical Path Analysis
  • Binary Operations. 

Make use of www.mymaths.co.uk for Linear Programming (graphical only).
For other topics your teacher will communicate by email/ClassCharts with notes and practice questions.

Additional Resources

GEOGRAPHY

HISTORY

  • Year 12 – work will be set via Class Charts and email.
  • Year 13 – students have the materials they need to get on with revision and coursework. They can contact either Ms Fisher or Mrs Tarbox via email if they need any additional help or support.

IT (Cambridge technical)

Years 12 and 13 already have their lessons emailed to them. In the event of school closure, this would simply continue. They also have access to SharePoint which has revision and exam practice materials.

MATHS

We will post specific work, if required, on the website or via group email or class charts, or by setting tasks on MyMaths or SENECA. This may also involve access to HAP for e.g. HL documents.

Y12 Maths
References in white boxes (chart below) are made to Teacher Guide sheets. You will receive the teacher guide by email and need to find the sheets referred to.
You will receive also receive Topic tests by email. You will also receive additional notes/examples where required.

Mechanics: remaining coverage:
Currently in kinematics 1D, moving onto kinematics 2D next. Work to complete will be communicated via e-mail and class charts.

 

Statistics: remaining coverage:
Currently in data presentation and interpretation. Following work on histograms and dispersion will move onto scatter diagrams, correlation, averages and standard deviation next. Work to complete will be communicated via e-mail and class charts.

Pure Course (completed; included for revision)

Additional Resources

Year 13

References in white boxes (chart) and Red letters (text below charts) are made to Teacher Guide sheets. You have the teacher guide.
You will receive Topic tests by email, as well as worked solutions, as usual. You will also receive additional notes/examples where required.

PURE:


We have completed the Pure Course, but added for revision purposes.

MECHANICS:

Mechanics: remaining coverage:

Newtons’s Laws ; R1, 2, 3, 4
Newton’s second; F=ma + Motion under gravity, Lift
R2, 3
Newton’s third; Action = -reaction, Connected particles + examples R4
Forces 1 AS (R1, 2, 3) Topic Test
Forces 2 AS (R4)          Topic Test
Forces A2 (R4, 5, 6)    Topic Test
Moments  S1
Friction and Moments A2 (R2, R6, S1)  Topic Test

STATISTICS:

Statistics – remaining coverage:

Hypothesis Testing
Use www.mymaths.co.uk for independent study. Your teacher will communicate by email/ClassCharts.
We are at a stage where you can plough through past papers – both AS and A2.

Additional Resources

 

MFL: FRENCH AND SPANISH

Year 13 Kerboodle (Students have passwords).
All students (French + Spanish) can work on Memrise for their vocabulary.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Tasks will be set via Showbie. Students will need to set up an account. Email Mr Ellis if any problems. R.Ellis@settlecollege.n-yorks.sch.uk

PRODUCT DESIGN

All resources are on the schools Moodle site. Recommended websites:

PSYCHOLOGY

All teaching and learning resources are available in clearly labelled folders on the public drive as follows: P:Psychology2019~20
Students also have access to course text books. Useful websites include:

SCIENCE

Students will be contacted via email/classcharts to outline what they need to be working on by their respective class teachers. Students are aware of the resources available and the topics they should be covering.