Have a great half term, use this time carefully be sure to plan your week with a balance of fun and work, completing assignments that have been set and furthering your knowledge on your subjects.
As it is the last week before term students we treated to an outdoor trip and asked to work in groups. Students have to solve a murder mystery by going around the park and finding the clues. Detective Ella Goldner has enjoyed a long and established career. However, when a body is found in a … Continue reading Week 7 – PSHEE – Outdoor Experience
This week students were playing basketball for half of the session. It appears that basketball is a popular activity as they were able to pay a different sport which involved a ball. Students on the team wearing the red bibs were this week’s winners as Isaiah proved to have excellent control with the basketball and … Continue reading Week 6 – P.E
Mock exams are taking place next week… 14th -18th October 2019. Today’s lesson was about revision techniques for mock exams. Students were asked to answer the below questions. They also came up with a few answers that were written on the whiteboard. (Please see image attached) WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT REVISION PLAN FOR MOCK EXAMS … Continue reading Week 6 – PSHEE – REVISION
This week’s PE session was lead by Katie our PE coach who split the court into two, one side football and the other badminton. The students were able to choose between the activities, with the majority of students favouring football. Students in the green team displayed great teamwork as they were able to uplift others … Continue reading Week 5 – P.E
During this PSHEE Elle and Fran went through the following questions with students and gave them ideas on how to work more effectively and why students should set goals. Why should we set goals? What does it mean to monitor my own learning? Show research, forgetting curve Using a diary or phone to organise my … Continue reading Week 5 – PSHEE – Goal Setting and monitoring Learning
Students this week went trampolining and thoroughly enjoyed it as they were jumping into the sponge pit and were teaching themselves different manoeuvres. Students will undertake more activities such as ice skating and football and rounders. As PE is not a graded subject we aim to make this subject as fun as possible whilst aiding … Continue reading Week 4 – P.E
This week all students underwent a Yelis test. The Yellis is an adaptive baseline assessment for students aged 14-16, that helps you understand what your students know and can highlight where they need support as they prepare for their GCSEs. Yellis assesses three key areas of learning: Vocabulary – word fluency and understanding Mathematics – logical … Continue reading Week 4 – PSHEE
This week Students played team game all involving balls. The main purpose of these sessions is to help students develop their team player qualities and give them a break from their studies. After team games, students played a badminton tournament which I believe they througohtly enjoyed.
This weeks lesson was a continuation from the last. Students were split into groups and asked to answer the following questions: 1. What is the Hippocampus? 2. Who thinks that cramming/ all-nighter will help you before a test? 3. How much sleep do you need? 4. Sleep Diary 5. Who remember the words from the … Continue reading Week 3 – Study and organisation continued