Year 9

 

Our Year 9 follow the curriculum content as below:

 English

 1. Pushing the Boundaries (reading fiction and non-fiction; Victorian context and themes)

 2. Christmas Carol

 3. Poetry Anthology clusters

 4. An Inspector Calls

 5. The Street (writing for different audiences and purposes)

 Maths

 1. Arithmetic;

 2. Algebra;

 3. Angles and polygons;

 4. Probability;

 5. Ratio and %age change;

 6. Geometrical relationships;

 7. Central tendencies;

 8. Mathematical Models;

 9. Graphs;

 10. Trigonometry

 Science

 1. Cell biology;

 2. Atomic structure (chem).

 3. Atomic structure (phys);

 4. Organisation;

 5. Bonding, structure and properties;

 6. Energy;

 7. Infection and Response;

 8. Quantitative Chemistry;

 9. Particle Model of Matter;

 History

 1. Conflict and Tension in Asia;

 2. Germany;

 3. Health and People;

 4. Norman England;

 Geography

 1. Global Hazards;

 2. Changing Climate;

 3. Distinctive Landscapes;

 4. Changing Ecosystems

 Religious Studies

 1. Christian Beliefs;

 2. Buddhist Beliefs;

 3.Relationships and family

 MFL

 1. Self, family and friends;

 2. New technology;

 3. Free time activities; 

 Art

 1. Portraiture;

 2. Natural Forms

 Music

 1. Film Music;

 2. My Music;

 3. The Conventions of Pop

 Drama

 1. DNA;

 2. Don't Like Mondays;

 3. Dolls' House;

 4. Noughts and Crosses;

 5. Who Put Bella in the Witch Elm;

 6. Roads

 Design and Technology

 1. Design masters;

 2. User-Centred Design;

 3. Graphics and POS Display 

 Food

 1. The Industry;

 2. Hospitality Operations;

 3. Health and Safety

 PE

 1. Performance;

 2. Recreational sport (choice);

 3. Health and fitness

 Global Citizenship (PSHSRE)

 1. Employability skills;

 2. Grooming and gangs;

 3. Knife crime;

 4. Unhealthy relationships;

 5. Respectful relationships;

 6. Intimate relationships;

 7. Emotional wellbeing

 Digital Studies

 1. Creative iMedia – RO81

 2. Business Studies – RO64