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Summer Term Assessments

In order to support your learning, we have listed the internal assessments that are planned for the Summer Term. Please revise for these assessments at home, using the revision materials provided on the VLE and from your individual teachers. Information regarding formal mock exams will be provided separately.

Below are the upcoming assessments for the forthcoming two week period for ALL year groups. Individual year groups can be found at the bottom of the page.

Please Note: Information regarding GCSE exams will be provided separately.

 

Upcoming Assessments

Maths progress assessment 3 Paper 1: Thursday 6th June Period 3 Paper 2: Wednesday 12th June Period 4

Week Beginning 20th May

Y7 French end of year exam. Y10 HSC Coursework completion.
Y7, 8 & 9 Core PE practical assessment.

Week Beginning 3rd June

Y8

French end of year exam.

Y10

Psychology – Psychological Disorders. The date of this assessment may change – please speak to your class teacher for further details.

Y9

History end of unit exam – Whitechapel London.

Y10

Business Studies – summative assessment Business Globalisation / Marketing.

Y10

Maths progress assessment 3 Paper 1: Thursday 6th June Period 3 Paper 2: Wednesday 12th June Period 4

Y7-11 Each half term – Project work is holistically marked in Art, Performing Art and Photography to emulate the GCSE process

 

Year 7 Assessments

 

 

Week Beginning

Subject & Type of Assessment

Brief Summary of Content

22nd April Geography Enquiries 1 and 2: Rivers/Coasts and What is Development?
22nd April - 3rd May History combined exam Anglo Saxon and Norman England/Crime and Punishment.
29th April Computing end of term exam Student will be tested on the two modules: Spreadsheets and Multimedia.
20th May French end of year exam Topics and content learnt since September 2018 based on a range of skills.
20th May Core PE practical  assessment Assessments on the sports they have been completing –  rounders and athletics.
8th July Core PE practical assessment Assessments on the sports they have been completing –  rounders and athletics.
Each term Art, Performing Art and Photography projects Project work is holistically marked to emulate the GCSE process

 

Year 8 Assessments

 

 

Week Beginning

Subject & Type of Assessment

Brief Summary of Content

22nd April French assessment Module 4: Listening and Reading activities based on module 4 of the Studio 2 Rouge textbook.
29th April Computing end of term exam

Students will be tested on the ICT in Business unit.

29th April History combined exam

Weimar and Nazi Germany/Westward Expansio.

20th May Core PE Practical assessment Assessments on the sports they have been completing –  rounders and athletics.
3rd June French end of year exam Topics and content learnt since September 2018 based on a range of skills.
10th June Geography end of unit exam

Enquiry 3: How does weather and climate affect our lives?

8th July Core PE Practical assessment Assessments on the sports they have been completing –  rounders and athletics.
Each term Art, Performing Art and Photography projects Project work is holistically marked to emulate the GCSE process

 

Year 9 Assessments

 

 

Week Beginning

Subject & Type of Assessment

Brief Summary of Content

6th May

RE unit assessment

Combination of paper 1 and paper 2 questions.

6th May Psychology (date subject to change) Freud, Sleep & Dreaming: Freud's theory of dreaming, Activation synthesis theory of dreaming, case studies, (weaknesses & strengths), sleep disorders, data analysis, Freuds case study of little Hans.
13th May

History

Key Topic 4: Crime and Punishment 1900-present day.

20th May Core PE practical assessment Assessments on the sports they have been completing –  rounders and athletics.
3rd June History end of unit exam Whitechapel, London.
10th June English Language internal assessment Paper 1, Question 5: Students to complete a writing assessment for paper 1, question 5. The assessment is 45 minutes.
17th June Media Paper 1, Question 1: Analysis of a print media text: magazine, advert or newspaper.
17th June French Speaking task A GCSE style speaking task based on Modules 1-3 of the Studio 9-1 Textbook.
17th June HSC Coursework completion.
24th June BTEC Sport coursework Describe and explain where the body gets their energy from. Compare and contrast where energy is provided within 3 sports.
24th June Business Studies end of topic assessment External Influences.
1st July History mock exam Crime & Punishment through time.
1st July Science - Chemistry end of unit assessment CC1 States, CC2 Separating Substances, CC3 Atomic Structure, CC4 The Periodic Table, CC13 Groups in the Periodic Table, CC16 Fuels, CC17 Earth and Atmosphere.
8th July Core PE practical assessment Assessments on the sports they have been completing –  rounders and athletics.
Each half term Art, Performing Art and Photography projects Project work is holistically marked to emulate the GCSE process.

 

Year 10 Assessments

 

 

Week Beginning

Subject & Type of Assessment

Brief Summary of Content

22nd April Science - Chemistry mid-unit assessment CC5 Ionic Bonding, CC6 Covalent Bonding, CC7 Types of Substance, CC10 Electrolysis, CC11 Obtaining and Using Metals, CC12 Equilibria.
29th April Geography end of unit assessment Changing Economic World.
6th May History Unipolar depression: Key Topic 3 - Crime & Punishment 1750-1900.
20th May HSC Coursework completion.
3rd June Maths progress assessment 3
Paper 1: Thur. 6th June, Period 3
Paper 2: Wed. 12th June Period 4
Higher: Units 1 - 11 (Number, Algebra, Interpreting and representing data, Fractions, ratio and percentages, Angles and trigonometry, Graphs, Area and Volume, Transformations, Equations and inequalities, Probability, Compound Measure and Ratio)
Foundation: Units 1 - 11 (Number, Algebra, Graphs, tables and charts, Fractions and percentages, Equations, inequalities and sequences, Angles, Averages and range, Perimeter, area and volume, Transformations, Ratio) Section B: Changing Economic World.
3rd June Business Studies summative assessment Business Globalisation / Marketing.
3rd June Psychology (date subject to change) Psychological Disorders: Depression, drug addictions, behavioural addictions, CBT, drug therapies, behavioural therapies, Caspi et al (03), Young (07) - Issues in Psychology - Nature Vs Nurture.
10th June History Key topic 4: Crime and Punishment 1900-present day.
17th June English assessment Spoken language internal assessment.
1st July Science- Chemistry end of unit assessment CC5 Ionic Bonding, CC6 Covalent Bonding, CC7 Types of Substance, CC10 Electrolysis, CC11 Obtaining and Using Metals, CC12 Equilibria, CC14 Rates of Reaction, CC15 Heat Energy Changes.
1st July French speaking A GCSE style speaking exam based on Modules 1-7 of the Studio 9-1 Textbook.
8th July History Crime and Punishment through time.
8th July BTEC Sport - external exam One hour online exam worth 50 marks
Each half term Art, Performing Art and Photography projects Project work is holistically marked to emulate the GCSE process.

 

Year 11 Assessments

 

 

Week Beginning

Subject & Type of Assessment

Brief Summary of Content

22nd April RE pre-exam paper Combination of paper 1 and paper 2 questions.
22nd April Business Studies - Theme 1 & 2 assessment All topics.
6th May Food Prep. -and- Design & Technology

Final assessment to summarise the revision covered in half term 4 and 5.

11R will complete on 10th May and 11L 13th May.

13th May French Speaking mock exam

Final assessment to summarise the revision covered in half term 4 and 5.

11R will complete on 10th May and 11L 13th May.

Each half term Art, Performing Art and Photography Portfolio controlled assessment Work is holistically marked, forming 60% of their final GCSE grade.