Textiles - Please begin research for your Final Major Project. Please find a document with the 5 different design briefs which you can choose from. Read through all 5 briefs carefully and decide which one you would like to use for your final project. Create a moodboard and begin to research artists and designers. The briefs will also be emailed to your school account. (Please click here to access the final major project brief presentation) - Miss Waller
Food - 30 Day Foodie Challenge (click here to find out more...)
Food Easter Activities:- This Easter Project which is for all pupils and capabilities. Please have a go at the practical cooking, if ingredients are available, and please check with the responsible person in your household before you start. Please don't forget to be very conscious about Health, Safety and Hygiene when cooking. click here for full intructions
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs de-Gay, Mrs Cameron or Mrs Watkins on our school emails.
DT Easter Drawing Fun Project - 'How To Daw Easy Cartoon Faces Step by Step'
More cartoon stuff: https://how-to-draw-cartoons-online.com/cartoon-animals.html
DT Easter Fun Project - 'Fantasy 3D character'
Create just one or have a go at all 3. You can base your characters on your family members or you could try creating Hockney / Salvador Dali / Iris Apfel.......Or even create your own super heroes.!! Fantasy 3D1 (click) Fantasy 3D2 (click) Fantasy 3D3 (click)
The Kingshill School P.E. Easter Challenge
1. A ‘Sporting excellence video challenge’ that uses sports equipment or anything household ite that is in your home. Your P.E Teachers would like to challenge you to create your own sporting video that demonstrates your excellent talents.
Once you are happy ... or not (feel free to include fails if you like)... post on our PE Twitter page @kingshill_PE . If you do not have Twitter you can email Mr Thomas (STH) using your school email, Mr Thomas will then post for you.
Your P.E Teachers will post their efforts throughout the first week of the Easter Hols, so you can see what they have been up to. Get thinking and be creative, remember to use sporting equipment and show off your skills !!! https://twitter.com/Kingshill_PE
2. Design a Sports Team Shirt, this is done through competitions run by Gloucester Rugby and Halbro Sportswear.
a) The Gloucester Rugby's kit manufacturer, Oxen, are giving the chance to design a Gloucester Rugby Shirt, where the winner will be sent their very own one-off version of their creation. Click on the link below to access the design format. https://twitter.com/gloucesterrugby/status/1244912506033897474?s=12
b)Halbro Sportswear have challenged school pupils to design a School Team Kit, that must include the school name and the year group of the designer next to the design. Halbro will manufacture 20 shirts for the winning school, making the design a reality for their whole team/school to use.
The winner will be picked by current GB Hockey player Sam Ward. You can also see the competition on Facebook, Instagram and twitter on the Halbro Sportswear accounts.
Do not forget to tag us and Halbro Sportswear into your design entries, or email them in to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on the link below (or copy and paste into your browser) to access the design format Click for full instructions and a template
The deadline for entries is 1st May Good luck and enjoy !!!
BTEC Art & Design - Task -
Design Ideas section -
Please click here to access the Design Ideas guide.
Please click here to access the Spec Check grids.
Please click here to access the Design Ideas Example
1. Look at your design concepts that you have drawn for each design style research and making methods research.
2. Pick 6 of the best concepts, I would suggest picking the best one from each of the design style researches so that there is a wide variety of different designs evidenced.
3. On an A3 page draw 2 design ideas. I would suggest imagining that the guide is your A3 page and that your ideas should be about the size of each of the blue boxes.
4. Around each of your design ideas label and explain them with the following headings
5. Add some colour to your design to highlight key areas.
6. Explain what you like and don't like about each idea.
7. Compare each of your design ideas to your specification page in your sketch book. I have attached some spec check grids to print and use. Re-write the most important specs from your specification and compare whether each design idea has met that point by using a tick or a cross.
Design Development Section - Please click here to access the Design Development guide
With 6 design ideas completed, on an A3 page select your best 2 design ideas and draw 4-5 different aesthetic developments for each idea annotating your design developments by answering the questions on the design development guide sheet attached.
Final Design Section - Please click here to access the Final Design guide
Next draw your best final design which will be any of initial ideas or most likely from your design development section. Follow the final idea guide attached on what to do around your best idea.
Prototyping Section - Please click here to access the Prototyping guide
With your final design drawn it is time to make a model of your best idea using any materials you have at home. This could be paper, card, paper mache, plasticine, recycled materials even blue tack! Take photographs of the main stages of making and the final outcome. Using the template attached, explain your making process with the photos taken on slide 2 and explain your photos using the sentence starters on slide 1. Put some photographs of your outcome on slide 3 and explain them using the headings provided.
Food (10X) - Please complete this workbook on ce reals (please click here),
This week you would have been making a risotto, so if you can get the ingredients, please have a go at making it yourself and send me the photos of your delicious finished dish to my school email. Here is the recipe book (click) for those who no longer have it. - Bon appétit!
Food Preparation and Nutrition- (both Mrs Watkins & Mrs De-Gay) - Task 1 - Over the two weeks select 1 of the following food science experiments and complete the attached questions on your findings. Click the links below to select the experiments.
acid-denaturing, caramelisation, chemical raising agents, coagulation, emulsions, enzymic-browning, fat aeration, gelling and enzymes, gluten formation, maillard reaction, protein foams, shortening
Task 2 - Via Food a Fact for Life, 14-16 years;
Choose one area you wish to study in more depth from the following list;
- Healthy Eating
- Food Science
- Consumer awareness
- Where food comes from or
- Food commodities
and complete the learning area and worksheets within that focus (for example if I choose 'Healthy Eating' and specified on 'Energy and Nutrients' I would be studying the resources on Energy, Nutrients, Macro nutrients, Micro nutrients, Fibre, Water, Alcohol).
Geography - (until Easter) Y10 Geography Lesson (please click to download this file)
History - (until Easter) Year 10 Elizabeth Lessons, Year 10 Kenilworth Castle Project (please click to download these files)
Elizabethans - Pages 164-165, 166-167, 168-169, 170-171, 172-173, 174-175, 176-177, 178-179, 180-181, 182-183 (please click to access these pages)
WEEK 1 - Chemistry
Work this week: This week we would like you to focus on CHEMISTRY as you have all finished the chemistry topics for Paper 1.
Full Instructions on Week 1 Chemistry (click)
Attachments:- Triology Chemistry Paper 1 Higher, Triology Chemistry Paper 1 Higher Mark Scheme, Triology Chemistry Paper 1 Foundation, Triology Chemistry Paper 1 Foundation Mark Scheme
WEEK 2 - Biology
Work this week: This week we would like you to focus on BIOLOGY paper 1 topics We are aware that not all groups have quite finished all the teaching for the Biology units yet, so if you come across a question that doesn’t look familiar then please use the internet or your revision guides etc to help you with the understanding.
Full Instructions on Week 2 Biology (click)
Attachments: Triology Biology Paper 1 Higher (click), Triology Biology Paper 1 Higher Mark Scheme (click), Triology Biology Paper 1 Foundation (click), Triology Biology Paper 1 Foundation Mark Scheme (click)
WEEK 3 - Plastics: A 4 Week project for after Easter. This is a research/project style work and we are looking for you to make a detailed booklet that should take you a minimum of 16 hours of work. The attachment tells you what your booklet must contain. Full Instructions on Plastics (click) Attachment: Y10 Project - Plastics (click)
MFL:Please work through the tasks that will be emailed to your school email accounts by your MFL teacher. If you are unable to access the work for any reason, please log on to Activelearn and do any of the tasks for the chapters you have studied so far this year. You can also use Linguascope/ Quizlet to revise vocabulary.'
MFL 27/03/10 - 10Z/GM1 you have been emailed work by Mrs Brown, 10W/SH1 & 10X/SH1 you have been emailed workby Miss Bidwell, 10X/FR1 you have been email work by Mrs Miller. - if you haven't received an email with work or you have accidentally lost the the email please contact your teacher by email (all email addresses are here (click))
Maths - By Easter, you should have studied 'Measures and Accuracy - Chapter 9' and 'Circles and Constructions - Chapter 11'. The linked documents contain video teaching, practise questions and associated answers. All the information you need is contained within these links:- Measures and Accuracy, Circles & Constructions, Ration & Proportion.
For classes who have already studied this, then use the Ratio and Proportion link (Chapter 12).
PE - During this weeks lesson we will be looking at 2a: Mechanical Advantage. Attached is PowerPoint 2a.
TASK: Please read through slide 17-22. Once you have done this you should then be well placed to complete Practise and 'apply it' questions on slide 23-29. (click to download)
Homework: Please complete the movement analysis booket (click to download)
PE - 10ZSP1- Instructons from Mr Thomas (click), Task 1 Information Sheet (click), Assessment Sheet (click) - to be completed by 7th April
Q. How many components do you need to include? - The answer is all of the components you learned for you exam. Link them all to two sports.
PE - 10WPE1 & 10WPE2 (26/03/20) - On the 27th March Mr Ryder will be emailing our first remote lesson. We just wanted to remind you if this weeks homework - it was the orange levers booklet. Most of you received a paper copy of this on Thursday or Friday last week. Here is an electronic copy (please click). Please send back your completed version to your class teacher screenshots, pictures or electronic copy. We hope you are still taking part in your daily activity especially in this lovely sunshine.
Any queries let us know. Stay safe, stay active! Miss Steel and Mr Ryder
27/03/20 - Instructions on this weeks task (click), Worksheet & Homework (click), Muscle contraction starter activity (click), Planes & Axes of movement (click), Planes Analysis (click)
03/04/20 - 1) Read and make notes on p30-37.
2) Complete 'check your understanding' questions on p40-41 - complete these in your exercise books
3) Use GCSE Bitesize to complete work under KS4/GCSE PE/AQA/Movement Analysis
Please send us your Bitesize score /10.
Overall, we have been very impressed with the work that you have been producing. Keep up the good work and have a great Easter break!
Note: Where possible please try to save any work you have done on computer, this will be really helpful when it comes to revision for tests in the future.
Mr Ryder/Miss Steel (GCSE PE)
PE CHALLENGE – SPORTS LEADERS
Hopefully you are all safe and happy working from home but we need some ideas and creativity from you all! Mrs Pauling is in contact with our primary schools and they are missing the contact with all our amazing Sports Leaders. Have any of you got ideas for an active challenge or fun game we could send out to our primary schools. Send in ideas or videos to email@example.com or tag in @CotswoldSGO if you would like to put it on twitter.
I am sure many of the younger children will recognise you so from all the events you have been involved with so far so they would really enjoy to see you leading some virtual games and challenges on line!
Art - Please click these links to access the resources and work, Natural Forms, Natural Forms Questions, Flow chart to help you produce work for you final piece
Drama - Click here to access the Y10 Drama project
Week 2 - "Poster Challenge!" - Take photos of your posters on completion and there will be a prize. Full Instructions here (click)
Another task - as of 03/04/20 The National Theatre is screening performances of " One man, two guvnors" with James Corden. It is really funny. You can watch it live and or on youtube for a week! This is the link to it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzqcRwWVv8k&safe=true
I've attached some pre watching and post watching task. I think you will really enjoy it and would love to read your reviews. Its a 14+ advisory age limit.
One Man Two Guvnors Tasks (click) One Man Two Guvnors Review (click)
Music Easter Proects:- Attachments:- Parody Lyric book (click) Parody Booklet (click)
Read through page 1 on what a Parody is.
Then complete the listening tasks on the following 2 pages using the hyperlinks contained within the document.
Task 3 is to start thinking about writing a parody.
Complete the parody lyric starter activity first.
Then open the Parody lyric booklet to choose your song.
Then follow the booklet instructions to try to rewrite the lyrics
Use the backing tracks provided in a hyperlink in the booklet to help you.
3D Design - Major project research and development. Please click here for instructions. This will also be emailed to your school email account.
TASK 1 Year 10 have been working on English Language Paper 2 skills. They can now move on to Question 5 on the paper.
1) Pupils should work through the Question 5 samples (click here to access the samples) using their persuasive writing skills. Help on writing these can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0aAitntCvo&safe=true
2) Watch and make revision notes on the Literature texts (An Inspector Calls and A Christmas Carol) from www.gcsepod.com
(If you have trouble accessing this please contact your teacher)
If you have anything you would like your teacher to look at please email them. They will answer as quickly as they can.
TASK 2 - Spoken Language presentation
Read this first – Preparing your Spoken Language Assessment (click)
Use this when watching the examples – Assessment criteria for students marking AQA (click)
Use this to help your planning – Structure for Q5 POV1 (click)
R.E - Work for KS4 , Christianity beliefs & teaching, Christianity practices, Existence of God, Islam beliefs & teachings, Islam practices, Relationships & Families, Religion, peace & conflict, Religious Dialogue