Welcome to
Trinity
Year 10
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Year 10 Pathways Summary
Pathway One
Academic
Baccalaureate
English Language (GCSE)
English Language (GCSE)
English Language (GCSE)
Maths (GCSE)
English Literature (GCSE)
Single Science (GCSE)
English Literature (GCSE) for
some
Physical Education
Maths (GCSE)
Biology (GCSE)
Information Technology
(GCSE)
Science (GCSE)
Chemistry, (GCSE)
Additional Science (GCSE)
Physics(GCSE)
CoPE (GCSE equiv)
Physical Education
French or Spanish (GCSE)
+
Religious Studies (GCSE)
History or Geography (GCSE)
Option A (GCSE or BTEC)
Maths (GCSE)
Information Technology (GCSE) Physical Education
Option B(GCSE or BTEC)
+
Religious Studies (GCSE)
Option C(GCSE or BTEC)
Option A (GCSE or BTEC)
+
Option B(GCSE or BTEC)
Option A (GCSE or BTEC)
Option C(GCSE or BTEC)
Pathways in the Sixth Form
Challenge
Advanced
Specialist
7 or more GCSE grades:
A*/A/B
(including English Language
and Maths)
5 or more GCSE grades: B/C or higher
(including English Language and
Maths)
5 or more grades: C or D
(including English Language
or Maths at C or above)
THE CHALLENGE!
To be the best that you
can be.
The world is run
by those who
show up.
Attendance
Missing just 17 days in one year
(90%) can cause a drop of a full grade
at GCSE.
Only about one in four students with
attendance less than 90% achieve 5
A*-C GCSEs.
Only about one in ten students with
less than 80% attendance achieve 5
A*-C GCSEs
Messages
Last week GCSE results
Look yourself in the face
It is going to be tough out there.
Early modules and GCSE
Changes to groupings and courses.
Importance of English and Maths
End of year exams
Approach to Learning
• "I learned that the only way you are going to get
anywhere in life is to work hard at it. Whether
you're a musician, a writer, an athlete or a
businessman, there is no getting around it. If you
do, you'll win; if you don't, you won't."
- Bruce Jenner (Olympic Gold Medallist,
Decathlon)
Are you going to be a pupil or a
student in year ten?
Are you going to be a pupil or a
student in year ten?
Pupil
•Needs to be told what to do.
•Only do what they are told to do
•Teacher enforces work rate and behaviour.
•Motivation comes from others.
Student
•Independent
•Responsible
•Well motivated
•Well organised and prepared.
Michael Phelps
Olympic Champion
You can’t fall if you don’t
climb. But there is no
joy in living your whole
life on the ground
Theodore Roosevelt
“
Believe you can and
you’re halfway there”
Chinese Proverb
“
Bite off more than you
can chew and chew like
mad”
Year 10 Subject Information
Subject:
Double Science - GCSE Science studied and examined in year 10
- GCSE Additional Science studied and examined in year
11
Exam board: OCR [Gateway Science suit- new specification]
Key
assessment
dates:
Science unit 1 exam - B1, C1, P1 content - 19 May 2014
Science unit 2 exam - B2, C2, P2 content - 10 June 2014
The unit 1 exam covers:
Main subject
B1 – Understanding organisms
content
C1 – Carbon chemistry
P1 – Energy for the home
The unit 2 exam covers:
B2 – Understanding our environment
C2 – Chemical resources
P2 – Living for the future (energy resources)
See summary sheets available on Moodle for more details.
Year 10 Subject Information
Main skills
to be able
to show
Revision
guides and
websites
Recall of facts
Application of knowledge
Evaluation of experimental techniques
Analysis of data
Maths skills
CGP GCSE Core Science revision Guide available online and in
shops.
(ISBN 978 1 84146 723 8 Foundation and 978 1 84146 726 9
Higher)
Collins online text book available to use at :
www.collinsonlinelearning.co.uk
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BBC bitesize (OCR Gateway Science)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/ocr_gateway/
www.passmyexams.co.uk
Communication
• Feedback in books
• E mail [email protected]
• Schoolcomms
– E mail and text system
Text notification of absence
Text Urgent information (snow)
E –mail rewards information
Text reminders of e.g. Parents evenings
E-mail behaviour information
E Mail invitations to events
E-mail student and exam timetables
Text/e-mail deadlines for students
E-mail newsletters, trip information, clubs, etc
E-mail homework
– PC, laptop, tablet or Smartphone app
– Leave your name with us or contact us and we will
send you a form to sign up
The Sixth Form Experience
Ms Hawkin
Working together
Parents/carers
School
Students
Bill Gates Quotes
• “Before you were born, your parents
weren’t as boring as they are now.
They got that way from paying your
bills, cleaning your clothes...”
Bill Gates Quotes
• If you think your teacher is tough –
get a boss!”
“Some people want it to
happen, some wish it would
happen, others make it
happen ”
Michael Jordan
(Greatest ever basketball
Player)
Mr Kay
• “Be here, work hard and behave
yourself!”
Year 10
The Year Ahead
The 3 As
Some Key Dates
•20th September – Expectation Evening
•W/B 1st October – Progression Interviews
•8th November – Interim 1 to parents
•31st January 2012 – Interim 2 to parents
•21st February – Parents’ Evening
•15th March – Revision Freeze Day
•W/B 13th May – Exam season begins
•27th June – Work Ready Day
•27th June – Reports to parents
•W/B 1st July – Work Experience Week
•Controlled Assessments
•Science modular exams
•Apprenticeship evening
Key Dates for Year 10
Year 10 Expectation Evening
•Controlled
Assessments
Employability skills workshops
•Modular Exams
19th Sep.
Oxford Trip
•Home Learning
2nd Dec.
Interim 1
•Sports Fixtures
National Apprenticeship Week
•Drama
9th Sep.
Thurs. P3
3rd March
10th March Interim 2
W/B 7th April
21st April
USA Visit
History Castle Visits
W/B 12th May
Year 10 Exams
W/B 23rd June
Duke of Edinburgh Expeditions
W/B 23rd June
Reports to Parents
W/B 30th June
Work Experience
•Teacher
Feedback
•Student Council
“Things do not
happen. You make
them happen”
John F. Kennedy
(President of the USA)
“How dare you waste
my time with anything
less than your very
best”
Taylor Mali
Teacher and Celebrity Poet
“There’s no learning
without trying lots of
ideas and failing lots
of times”
Sir Johnny Ive
Designer of the iPod,
iPhone, iMac, iPad
THANK YOU FOR COMING
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