Year 9

Year 9

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

English

 

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

WW1 Remembrance

The best Xmas present in the World

Causer; Canterbury Tales

 

Natural Disasters News reporting

The Odyssey creative writing

Pollution podcasting

Maths

 

Place value

Addition and subtraction

Surveys

Fractions

Positions

Time

Multiplying and dividing

Properties of shape

Money

Sequences

Measuring

Science

 

How can we sort nature?

What else is out there?

Why do reactions happen?

What makes things move?

Why do we have three types of water?

Art in science! Using microscopes

Computing

 

How can we communicate and be taken seriously?

What else can we control using codes?

Can we make animations?

Can we work without any help?

How can we make computer games fun?

What are special effects?

D & T

 

Design and make a fidget spinner

Design and make a slot together gadget tidy

 

 

 

 

Art

 

Greek and Roman mythology animals

Greek and Roman Pots

Making a coil pot

Print making

Henry Moore; designing sculptures

Henry Moore; designing sculptures

Humanities

 

What was it like in Shakespeare’s time?

WW1 remembrance

What is a National land border?

Buddhism

What was the reformation?

Natural Disasters

Islam

What was the British Empire?

What causes pollution?

Our river (Thames)

Food Tech

 

Using raw meat to cook; health and hygiene

Using raw meat to cook; health and hygiene

Making multi-cultural dishes

 

Making multi-cultural dishes

 

Making our own healthy convenience foods

Making our own healthy convenience foods

PE

 

Basketball, wheelchair basketball, hockey

Basketball, wheelchair basketball, hockey

Indoor rowing, health and fitness, cricket

Indoor rowing, health and fitness, cricket

Outdoor PE: Kayaking, canoeing, cycling

Outdoor PE: Kayaking, canoeing, cycling

Music

 

A Midsummers Night Dream: Creating and playing

Reading music and playing keyboard melodies

Playing pentatonic keyboard melodies

Reading and playing rhythm notations

Playing melodies and reading music scores

Keyboard ensemble improvisations

PSD

 

Diversity, respect and discrimination

The law and the justice system

Keeping safe: what are illegal drugs?

What makes a good date?

My emotional health; building resilience

Making decisions and being a critical consumer

P4C

 

During Philosophy for Children (P4C) lessons we use a wide range of artefacts and multimedia stimuli to encourage and motive students thinking skills. We work with students weekly to recognise the importance of thinking as a basis for learning.