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Important Foundation Topics are:

Number:

  • Ratio
  • Proportion
  • Fractions
  • BIDMAS (order of operations)
  • Percentages (including increase and decrease)

Geometry:

  • Angle facts (angles in a triangle add to 180˚, etc)
  • Transformations
  • Pythagoras
  • Right-angled triangle trigonometry

Algebra:

  • Collecting like terms
  • Expanding single brackets
  • Expanding double brackets
  • Factorising
  • Solving equations
  • Forming and solving equations
  • Linear graphs

Data:

  • Probability
  • Bar charts
  • Pie charts
  • Averages (Mean, mode, median and range)
  • Averages from frequency tables
  • Scatter graphs

Important Higher Topics are:

Number:

  • Fractions (including mixed numbers)
  • Product of prime factors
  • Standard form
  • Percentages (including reverse percentages, compound interest and depreciation)
  • Powers and roots (including fractional and negative)
  • Proportion
  • Estimation

Geometry:

  • Angle facts (including parallel line facts and angles in a triangle add to 180˚, etc)
  • Transformations
  • Pythagoras
  • Trigonometry (right-angled and non right-angled triangles)
  • Geometric proof
  • Vectors

Algebra:

  • Expanding brackets (single, double and triple)
  • Factorising
  • Solving equations (including simultaneous equations)
  • Forming and solving equations
  • Graphs (linear (parallel and perpendicular graphs), quadratic, cubic and reciprocal and using graphs to make predictions)
  • Rearranging formulae

Data:

  • Probability (including trees)
  • Averages from frequency tables
  • Scatter graphs
  • Cumulative frequency and box plots
  • Histograms

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Revision:

English Language Paper 2

Non-fiction reading and writing. Students can use the Revision Guide they were given at the end of Year 10. Revise using their practice papers and re-teach

English Literature Paper 2

An Inspector Calls: Plot; characters; themes; dramatic devices; context

Poetry Anthology: Power and Conflict. Revise the poems you have studied in class.

Unseen Poetry: Use your notes to revise how to analyse an unseen poem

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Biology

  1. B1 - Cell structure and transport
  2. B7 – Non-communicable diseases
  3. B8 – Photosynthesis

Chemistry

  1. C3 - Structure and Bonding
  2. C5 – Chemical changes
  3. C6 – Electrolysis
  4. C7 – Energy changes

Physics

  1. P4 – Electrical circuits
  2. P6 - Molecules and matter
  3. P7 - Radioactivity

Do not forget required practical’s attached to all of the above units.

Science Exams are – Monday for ex AWPA students, Tuesday for ex AHWA.

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Year 9

Year 10/11

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PDF iconYr 11 GCSE H&C January Mock Revision List

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