Find the PreU syllabus here. In Year 8 the languages are switched. At KS3 topics include amongst many others: Alongside the study of a wide range of Western Classical genres and world music, including set works, pupils learn how to compose complete pieces, and develop their understanding of performance with interpretative insight.
We aim to equip our young people with the skills, knowledge and understanding of their religious and cultural heritage to enable them to participate with confidence and enjoyment as members of the Jewish community. The controlled assessment task is currently to design and make attractive sweet and savoury foods suitable to sell in a coffee shop.
During this Key Stage, girls also focus on current world politics and issues such as natural disasters and population growth. Verbal and reading skills are refined to the point where pupils become near native speakers and can analyse classical French literature. Enrichment Students are encouraged to enter competitions such as Chef of the Year, attend Masterchef at Brighton University, and organise food events to raise money for our chosen charities.
You will have the chance to make Jewish arts and crafts from mezuzahs, kiddish cups, challah cloths, decorating glass wear and much more.
Do you want to know more about Israel. Pupils enjoy the opportunity to take part in their own Carnegie and Booker awards ceremonies as well as a selection of Book Clubs focussing on titles including Go Set a Watchman, Nutshell and Capital.
How do films manipulate our emotions. We believe that the curriculum outlined below will provide our pupils with a robust programme of study that enriches their Jewish and ethical knowledge as well as their knowledge of the key beliefs and practices of people of other faiths in Britain today.
Each year a number of girls choose to pursue History of Art at university and recent leavers have gained offers from a range of illustrious institutions including Oxford University, University of Cambridge and the Courtauld Institute of Art.
At KS4 students are able to choose if they wish to continue to study the two subjects as part of the options process. Parents pay for ingredients termly on ParentPay.
A voluntary shacharit service, followed by breakfast, is held before school. Girls become self-motivated in their study and develop a unique level of creativity and precision.
KS3 KS3 students cook every other week in two-hour lessons to give students the opportunity to develop their cooking skills and complete theory tasks on single lessons.
They learn to cook a repertoire of mainly savoury meals.
We use a variety of teaching methods to engage our pupils in the successful study of their chosen language, including interactive whiteboards, ICT and language learning websites. In Year 7, pupils learn selected Mishnahyot from Masechet Berachot as well as gaining an understanding of the structure of the Oral Law.
Find the current syllabus here. Topics include when it is time to say the Shema and having Kavanah when saying the Shema. This course is specially designed to teach all pupils the basic facts and laws of Chagim festivalsShabbat and Kashrut.
The department consistently meets and exceeds the government progress targets. In Year 12, students have the opportunity to visit Poland. The differences between books and film adaptations are explored as media becomes an increasingly important part of the English language.
KS3 Students are taught to use a wide variety of hand and machine tools safely within the workshop to complete set projects. The books have a direct link to MyMaths, which can be used by typing the four digit code at the bottom of each page into the search facility in MyMaths.
Our KS3 Tenach Bible course is designed to allow pupils the opportunity to study and explore key passages from different sections of the Tenach. They will also study specifically selected texts as well as some of the ethical and philosophical themes studied by other pupils. Technology In Action, Introductory - United States Edition, Alan Evans, Mary Anne Poatsy, Kendall Martin A Survey of Worcestershire by Thomas Habington V2 (), Thomas Habington, John Amphlett Four Freedoms Trimmers, School Specialty Publishing, Carson Dellosa Publishing.
For those that are studying English Literature () at GCSE level on the AQA board of examiners, here is a list of the poems from their Past and Present: poetry anthology analysed.
This includes both sections from the ‘Love and Relationships’ and ‘Power and Conflict’ lists. l y b e r t y. c o m: now serving over 10, files (> 2, active html pages) adb creative suite 3 compare lyberty. splash page version: (June 28) 選ぶべき道は自由か死だ。 get banner. Our Vision.
The Eastbourne Academy is a caring school which aims to be the school of choice for its community. Every person is expected to Learn, to Engage and to show Respect.
Ethos Wycombe Abbey enables girls to open their minds and to develop their personal passions. The learning environment is supportive, yet challenging, with a sense that pupils and their teachers are on an educational journey together.
GCSE English Literature /2 Paper 2 Modern texts and poetry. AQA Anthology Poems Past and Present. Love and relationships 25 17 • how Syal presents some of the relationships • how Syal uses these relationships to explore ideas about family.
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