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Interactive Induction

DATE

SUBJECT

TIME

DESCRIPTION

Monday 21 June

Home Cooking Skills

9.00 – 11.00

Make a Creme Patisserie Fruit Tart.  Students to bring in their own ingredients and a contrainer to make this from scratch.  Recipe will be shared with students when they sign up.

Monday 21 June

Human Biology BTEC

9.00 – 11.00

Practical - Unit 2 - Make your own pour plate

Theory - Unit 4 - Flip learning on muscles in the body , including short presentations

Theory - Unit 1 - Cardiovascular system 

Monday 21 June

Photography

14.15 – 16.15

Analog Photography: Darkroom Experience

Tuesday 22 June

Maths

11.40 - 13.40

 

Wednesday 23 June

Drama

11.40 - 13.40

Practitioner Workshop and introduction to A Level

Wednesday 23 June

3D Design

11.40 - 13.40

Practical hands on task using a range of skills to create a product.

Wednesday 23 June

Chemistry

11.40 – 13.40

A combination of theory, problem solving, practical work and exam style questions...all of which aim to introduce students to the world of Chemistry at A Level and to show you what your lessons will entail.

Thursday 24 June

History

11.40 – 13.40

A lesson on the history of disease, linking in with the coronavirus and some elements of the Public Health course in Y13.

Thursday 24 June

Health & Social Care

11.40 – 13.40

Introduction to the course and units.  Focus on Unit 8 - Creativity, what it is in its broadest sense, who benefits from it and how.  Students will design a creative activity.

Thursday 24 June

BTEC Triple Sport

11.40 – 13.40

Experience the best of the units on offer.  A taste of different sports, the sample of theory content from the course and competitions to get you ready for September.

Friday 25 June

Physics

11.40 – 13.40

Practical in Lab.

Friday 25 June

English Literature

11.40 – 13.40

Discussion based work and teaming up with current Y12 students.

Tuesday 29 June  Further Maths 14.15 - 16.15  
Tuesday 29 June Dance 9.00 - 11.00 Site Sensitive Dance piece creation with a filmographer.
Wednesday 30 June Business Studies  9.00 - 11.00 Marketing & External activity based on M&S Colin the Caterpillar cake vs Aldi's Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake.  Tasting task included!
Wednesday 30 June Sport and Exercise Science 9.00 - 11.00 The Science behind Sporting Success - a mix of practical experience with theory taster.
Wednesday 30 June Art 14.15 - 16.15 Why has public art been so important during the pandemic?  Outdoor practical.
Thursday 1 July Media 9.00 - 11.00 Camera work task on site using new equipment.  There will be a range of tasks from marketing the school to creating film posters with a twist.
Thursday 1 July Sociology 9.00 - 11.00 Research focus in local area - focus on debates involved and dangers.  Playdough families and criminals linking to theory.
Thursday 1 July Geography 11.40 - 13.40 Human fieldwork to Out of Bounds (sphere of influence, impact of site on local community, questionaires and data processing).
Friday 2 July Psychology 9.00 - 11.00 Cauliflower brains and walk around local area to complete some method based elements.
Tuesday 6 July Politics 9.00 - 11.00 Classroom election - introduction to the course
Tuesday 6 July Biology 11.40 - 13.40 Practical in Lab
Thursday 8 July Computer Science 11.40 - 13.40 Rapid Programming of prototypes of video games.
Friday 9 July Economics 11.40 - 13.40 The magic of behavioural economics: using psychology, sociology, brain science and emotions to manipulate decisions.
 
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