Year 11 November Mock Revision and Guidance (2018)

Year 11 November Mock Revision, 2018 Email to parents oct 2017 pre mocks[1] Y11 Silent study sessions Nov 2017 POSTER SUBJECTS Art  GCSE Year 11 Guidance 2018-19_v2   Business Studies Y11 – Revision (Mock 2017) Child Development Child development revision guide Computing Computing   Dance Content for mock exam year 11 Drama ESSENTIAL INFO FOR Read More …

Year 11 Revision Outline (Art & Design)

Year 11 Revision Outline  (Art & Design) art-revision-outline Leadership LatestAccountability or ResponsibilityVision and Purpose 3 years onFlunk and subsequently thunkLearning BehaviourElection fever hits Turton School!Revision time is here! Parent Zone LatestHow to talk to your child about gender stereotypesA fun tool to help your child solve online safety dilemmasWhy summer shouldn’t be a time for Read More …

GCSE Year 11 Graphic Design Externally Set Task Preparation / Check List (Art & Design)

GCSE Year 11 Graphic Design Externally Set Task Preparation / Check List (Art & Design)   Year 11 GCSE Graphics Exam 2017 Check List     Leadership LatestAccountability or ResponsibilityVision and Purpose 3 years onFlunk and subsequently thunkLearning BehaviourElection fever hits Turton School!Revision time is here! Parent Zone LatestHow to talk to your child about Read More …

AQA GCSE Specification (Art & Design)

AQA GCSE Specification (Art & Design)   This file (below) is the AQA GCSE Art & Design Specification and contains everything students will need to know about the GCSE Art & Design courses. This link may be more beneficial for parents to support their son/daughter. The Assessment Criteria can be found on pages 22-23 and all Read More …

GCSE Art Exam 2017 (Art & Design)

GCSE Art Exam 2017 (Art & Design) Information to support the Year 11s with their preparation for completing Unit 1: Portfolio and Unit 2: Examination in GCSE Art & Design. The students have received these timescales in their lessons and, unlike other subjects, there will be no “revision” as such. Instead, students should be working Read More …