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Unit – Students will use a range of spread sheet features such as IF statements, macros and validation to create an interactive, self-marking quiz on e-safety.
Question 7 will invite candidates to compare two items (of the remaining two genres). Candidates will use their wider reading on the theme of love through literature to inform their interpretations.
An investigative computing task, chosen from a list provided by OCR, which assesses the following: research, technical understanding, analysis of problem, historical perspective, use of technical writing skills recommendations/evaluation.
At AS, the two units are complementary and are concerned with applying ICT to solve problems and the study of the opportunities for and effects of using ICT in the world today. Candidates will have the opportunity to put into practice a wide range of software and hardware to create solutions to solve problems.
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GCSE students continue with the second year of the course. Students are examined at the end of y66 in all four skills either at Foundation level or Higher Level through external examinations.
The year 8 students study ‘Creation stories’ where they look at many stories from religion, science and various cultures. They also study ‘Festival and Celebrations’ and ‘Inspirational People’ where again they complete a homework project on a particular inspirational person.
Fantastic Places – What makes our planet so fantastic? – Investigating some of the wonders of our world and some of the most unique and interesting places on our planet such as Las Vegas and The Grand Canyon to understand the Geography of these places
In this unit, candidates will have opportunities for the exploration of creative interpretations, for transformational writing, and for tracing connections between texts.
b. evaluate the influence of culture, text type, literary genre or historical period on the ways in which literary texts were written and were &ndash and are - received.
Year 66 consists of students working through their chosen major project (which changes in topic every 7 years), examination preparation and examination answering techniques. Revision guides are available from the school shop. Past papers are available in book form from the school shop. Please see for the Food Technology specification. Examination taken in May/June of Year 66. Revision tasks will run from after February half Term until the summer examination date. The Exam theme will be released in March on the AQA website above