Year 3 Week 14 – 7th December 2015

Monday

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Lime Kiln Project – (6 hours) collecting limestone, geography and history of area the stone is collected, firing the kiln, monitoring temperature of kiln, understanding the chemistry of what is happening in the kiln

Cat Welfare – Handling and restraint

Tuesday

Lime Kiln Project –  (3 hours) recovering the lime, handling caustic substances, safety issues.

English – Revision – Reading fiction and plays – Characters, the setting, relationships, openings and examining the story.

History – TV History of British Castles – Stirling Castle

Social – Scouts – Needlecraft

Wednesday

Maths – KS3 revision – Area – formulas to remember

Cat Welfare – Handling and restraint

TV – Supervet

English Language – 30 min lesson

English Literature – 60 min lesson

Thursday

Social – Home Ed  Teen  – Bowling

GCSE Psychology – Content Analysis as a research method – What content analysis means and why is it used, how to carry out a content analysis and the issues used with doing a content analysis.

Cat Welfare – restraint handling practical

TV- Supervet

Friday

Psychology – Secret life of 6 year olds

Cat welfare – Assignment

GCSE Psychology  -The Ethics of psychological research – psychology and ethics

Handwriting practice

Saturday

Social – Scouts – paint-balling

Sunday

English Literature  – Idylls of the king – Narration and discussion question, Caedmon Sang, discussion question, Sir Palamedes and Sir Tristam discussion question

 

 

 

 

 

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Year 3 Week 13 – 30th November 2015

Monday

Lime Kiln Project Stroud – Collecting clay for the kiln

IGCSE Biology  – Revision

Sport – Running club

Tuesday

Lime Kiln Project Stroud – Weaving willow and building kiln

Natural History – Tv – The Hunt – Dessert-lands

Social – Scouts – Hike and open fire cooking

Wednesday

Maths – Revision – Numbers and number system, Tests of divisibility, reciprocals, adding and subtracting fractions.

English – Speaking and listening skills. Persuasive talk, speech emphasis and drama techniques

Development studies – Our future Earth – Future Learn

GCSE Psychology – Comparing theories of aggression.

English Language – 30 min  group lesson

English Literature – 60 min group lesson

Thursday

Maths – Geometry – Perpendicular Lines

English Literature – Narration Exercise

iGCSE Biology – Plant nutrition

Forensic science – murder investigation

Friday

Psychology – Secret life of 6 year olds

Maths – Geometry – Constructing triangles and other polygons

iGCSE Biology – Plant nutrition

Development studies – our future earth

English Literature – Narration

Saturday

English Language – Disscusion essay writing in a time setting

Sunday

English Literature – Discussion questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 3 Week 12 – 23rd November 2015

Monday

Cat Welfare – Assignment

History   – History of our castles – Caernarfon Castle

Maths  – Constructing angles 1 and 2

Sport/ Social – Running club

GCSE Psychology – Social learning theory – Using the social learning theory to explain aggression.  The link between watching TV and playing video games and aggression

Tuesday

History/ Chemistry – Lime Kiln project with Stenier Waldof School Stroud – Building a shelter and collecting willow for chimney.

Social – Scouts

English Literature – Narration question – Idyllis of the King

Nature – The Hunt – Oceans

Wednesday

GCSE Psychology – Comparing theories of aggression – how the biological and social theories of aggression compare and how theses theories relate to the nature and nurture debate.

IGCSE Biology – Movement in and out of cells end of topic questions

IGCSE Chemistry – Atomic structure – sub atomic particles, isotopes, relative atomic mass, moles of atoms and the avogadro constant, arrangement of electrons in the atom, electronic configuration – first 20 elements in the periodic table, periodicity and electronic configuration, electronic configuration and chemical properties.

IGCSE Physics – Forces, movement, shape and momentum – Turning effect of a force, centre of gravity, centre of gravity and stability, principles of movements, conditions for equilibrium, forces on a beam, how materials are affected by stretching, Hooke’s Law, Limit of proportionality

Thursday

IGCSE Biology – Movement in and out of cells end of topic questions

IGCSE Chemistry – Atomic structure – sub atomic particles, isotopes, relative atomic mass, moles of atoms and the avogadro constant, arrangement of electrons in the atom, electronic configuration – first 20 elements in the periodic table, periodicity and electronic configuration, electronic configuration and chemical properties.

IGCSE Physics – Forces, movement, shape and momentum – Turning effect of a force, centre of gravity, centre of gravity and stability, principles of movements, conditions for equilibrium, forces on a beam, how materials are affected by stretching, Hooke’s Law, Limit of proportionality

Psychology – The Secret lives of 5 year olds

Friday

English Language – discussion essay –  the illegal use of drugs in sport

English Literature – narration exercise and discussion questions

 

Cat welfare – assignment

Saturday

Development studies – our future earth – future learn

 

 

 

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