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Summer

7

Forces 1: Speed

Forces 1: gravity

Matter 1: Particle model

Matter 1: Separating mixtures

Organisms1; movement

Organisms 1:Cells

Energy 1: Energy costs

Energy 1: Energy transfer

Ecosystems 1: Interdependence

Ecosystems 1: Plant reproduction

Waves 1: Sound

Waves 1: Light

Reactions 1: Metals and non-metals

Reactions 1: Acids and Alkalis

Genes 1: variation

8

Electromagnets 1: Voltage and resistance

Electromagnets 1: Current

Earths 1: Earths structure

Earth 1: universe

Organisms 1: Breathing

Organisms 1: Digestion

Forces 2:Contact forces

Forces 2: pressure

Genes 2: Evolution

Genes 2: Inheritance

 

Energy 2: Heating and Cooling

Energy 2: Work

Matter 2: Elements

Matter 2: Elements

Genes 2: Human reproduction

9

Electromagnets 2: Magnets

Electromagnets2: Electromagnets

Waves 2: Wave effects

Waves 2: properties of waves

Reactions 2: Chemical energy

Reactions2: Types of reactions

Ecosystems 2: Respiration

Ecosystems 2: Photosynthesis

Earth 2: Climate

Earth 2: Earths resources

Cells – GCSE Biology

GCSE Chemistry – Atomic structure

GCSE Physics – Forces 1

10 Biology

Organisation

Inheritance

Ecology

10 Chemistry

Bonding

Chemical changes

Rate of reactions

Hydrocarbons

10 Physics

Energy

Electricity

Particle model

11 Biology

Infection & Response

Bioenergetics

Homeostasis

11 Chemistry

Quantitative chemistry

Energy changes

Chemical analysis

Chemistry of the atmosphere

Using resources

11 Physics

Atomic structure

Forces 2

Waves

Magnetism and Electromagnetism

(Space – triple only)

12 Biology

OCR module 2: Foundations of biology

 

 

Practical endorsement

Module 3: Exchange & transport

 

OCR Module 4: Biodiversity Evolution & Disease

 

Practical endorsement

Revision of all modules

 

Practical endorsement

12 Chemistry

OCR Module 4: Core organic chemistry

 

Module 2: Foundations in chemistry

 

Practical endorsement

OCR module 3 The periodic table and energy

 

Practical endorsement

Revision of all modules

 

Practical endorsement

12 Physics

OCR Module 2: Foundations of physics

 

Module 3: Forces and Motion

 

Practical endorsement

OCR Module 4: Electrons, Waves & Photons

 

Practical Endorsement

Revision of all modules

 

Practical endorsement

12 Psychology

AQA Unit 1: Memory, Attachment &

Social Influence Research methods

 

AQA Unit 2: Approaches in Psychology & Psychopathology

Research Methods

 

Revision of all modules

12 Applied Science

Unit 1 Fundamentals of Science

Unit 2 Working in the Science Industry

Unit 4 Scientific Practical Techniques

13 Biology

OCR Module 5: Communication, homeostasis and energy

Practical endorsement

OCR Module 6: Genetics and ecosystems

Practical endorsement

Revision of all modules

13 Chemistry

OCR Recap Unit 1: Module 1 Rings Polymers and Analysis

Unit 1: Module 2 Polymers and Synthesis

Unit 2: Module 3 transition metals

Unit 2 Module 2 Energy (half)

 

OCR Unit 2 Module 2 Energy (half)

Revision all modules

Practical Assessments

 

Revision of all modules

Practical Assessments

 

13 Physics

OCR G484 – The Newtonian World

OCR G485 – Fields, Particles and Frontiers of Physics.

Practical Assessments

 

Practical Assessments

Revision of all modules

 

13 Psychology

AQA PSYA3: Biological rhythms and sleep , Aggression, Cognition and Development

PSYA4: Psychology in Action (Addictive behaviour)

 

AQA PSYA3: Aggression continued

PSYA4: Psychopathology revision, Psychology in Action revision

 

Revision of all modules

13 Applied Science

Unit G635 Working Waves

 

Unit G632 Mind & Brain

 

Unit G635 Working Waves

 

Unit G267 Investigating Scientists Work

 

Unit G635 Working Waves

 

G622 Monitoring the activity of the human body

 

News

  • Post 16 Results Press Release August 2017

    As the headteacher of St Peter’s School, I am proud of our students’ achievements who, supported by their parents and guided by our staff, have achieved the highest possible grade across a broad range of subjects.  This year students have continued to demonstrate both their academic and personal development through attaining the grades necessary to secure places at prestigious universities such as Durham, Birmingham, Loughborough, York and Nottingham.

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