Year 12 Maths - Critical Path AnalysisYear 12 History - 1951-1964: Position of woman and attitude to immigration and racial violenceYear 13 Geology - Geological mapsYear 13 Biology - Gene probes and genetic screeningYear 13 Performing Arts - Practical piece using music, dance and drama
A2 Psychology: Campaign to prevent recreational drug useAS Sociology: Diversity of family structuresAS Biology: Lungs: Ventilation and SpirometerAS Electronics: Boolean algebra as a means of explaining logic problemsA2 Maths: Minimum spanning trees AS Psychology: Attachment Behaviours A2 Communication and culture: Applying Marxist Theory to a Cultural Text
Previously they looked at setting up network diagrams based on critical paths, and this lesson focusses on putting the numbers in.
Students look at social developments between 1951 and 1964, specifically the position of women and and attitudes to immigration and racial violence.
This year 13 class looks at applied geology and the development of an airfield and a dam site, including the geological consequences of building these sites.
This year 13 Biology class have about 11 weeks till their exam and this is the final topic area for the specification (topic 8). It revolves around gene probes and genetic screening and they will look at gel electrophoresis to have a better understanding of this.
In this lesson, students will be working on their practical exam paper (G404). They have already been given a stimulus and commission to devise a practical piece with the target audience in mind that must incorporate music, dance and drama.
Students look at the Bible to see whether it has authority and can provide good moral advice in our daily life.
The aim of this lesson is to understand the causes, implications and strategies to prevent violence in sport.
Students are introduced to the strange situation experimental method and the attachment behaviours associated with it.
In this lesson learners apply the Marxist theory that they have been learning about over the previous week in preparation for the critical theory part of the exam.
This class have been looking at lung structure, ventilation and disease. In this lesson students learn how to use a spirometer and are introduced to key terms. Pulmonary ventilation rates are measured and results from the spirometer are analysed.
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