Year 9

 
Monday 18 MAY
Tuesday 19 MAY
Wednesday 20 MAY
Thursday 21 MAY
Friday 22 MAY
09.00 – 09.30
Physical Activity

Imagine you are leading a fitness class to your peers.
Design and prepare a 30 minute routine including rest periods, reps, sets and the exercises.

Focus on a different component of fitness each day.

Eg. Monday - Strength

Tuesday - Flexibility

Wednesday - Agility

Physical activity

Perform the fitness program that has been previously designed on Monday.

Physical activity

Perform the fitness program that has been previously designed on Monday.

Physical activity

Perform the fitness program that has been previously designed on Monday.

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Perform the fitness program that has been previously designed on Monday. 

   

 

09.45 – 10.30
  
MATHS
 all Sets 

Read the introduction to algebra lesson.

Make any notes that you think may help you

Complete the tasks shown in the lesson

 
Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 161 & quiz

Expanding Brackets

Worksheet

  

Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 162 - 163 & quizzes

Expanding Double Brackets

Worksheet

Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 164 & quiz

Expanding Double Brackets

Worksheet

Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A)

Try these GCSE past paper questions

Ignore the questions that have been crossed out in red

Worksheet

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 160 & quiz

Expanding Brackets 

Worksheet

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 161 & quiz

Expanding Brackets

Worksheet

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 162 - 163 & quizzes

Expanding Double Brackets

Worksheet

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 164 & quiz

Expanding Double Brackets

Worksheet 

 Set 4 (Mr T)

 Hegarty Maths
Clips 156 - 157 & quizzes

Set 4 (Mr T)

Worksheet

All of the questions are from past GCSE foundation papers

Set 4 (Mr T)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 160 & quiz

Expanding Brackets 

Worksheet

 
Set 4 (Mr T)

Hegarty Maths
Clip 161 & quiz

Expanding Brackets

Worksheet

10.30 – 10.45
Break
 
10.45 – 11.30
English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

Weekly Extension Task

It is important to keep a hold of our knowledge of English Language Paper 1 - this is the unit we were studying prior to the lockdown. With this in mind, have a go at the Jane Eyre Practice Paper

Insert
Mark scheme

11.30 – 12.00
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
 Reading
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch
 
13.00 – 13.45
Science
BIOLOGY

Microscopes & Magnification 

Read through the document Microscopes.

Write your own guide to using a microscope, including how to calculate the real size of what you are looking at.
Complete the Magnification Questions

The answers
to mark your work are at the end.

Tweet us @DeanesScience

Science
CHEMISTRY

Key Concepts

Use the Chemistry can you guess cards.

Try to describe the subject of the card to somebody
else without using the ‘taboo’ words. 

Tweet us @DeanesScience  

Science
PHYSICS

Resistors

Read the BBC Bitesize pages about resistors.

Complete the Key information about five resistors.

 Tweet us @DeanesScience  

 

 

Science
BIOLOGY

Diffusion

Read through the BBC Bitesize pages on diffusion.

Make your own notes. You can see
diffusion in action by adding food colouring to water.

Check your understanding by doing the Diffusion Quiz.

Tweet us @DeanesScience   

Science
Chemistry

Group 0 of the Periodic Table 

Read the information about the group 0 elements on BBC Bitesize.

Complete the questions on Physical properties of group 0 elements.

 

Tweet us @DeanesScience   

13.45 – 14.30
OPTION A
Drama 

Hard to Swallow 

Rehearse your extract.

If you can 
Skype/Facetime/
What’s app/Zoom
your group for a rehearsal that would be great.
If not you will need to ask your parents to assist you.

You will be performing this on our return to school (and hopefully to an audience), so you need to be ready.

OPTION B
Sociology

Research Methods
Part 2

Using our 9B SENECA Learning Class

Class code: yozc9gaxt3

Please work through the second half of the section on Research Methods and take the standardised online test. 

6.1. - Observation
6.1.1 - Statistics
6.1.12 - Case Studies
6.1.13 - Longitudinal Studies
6.1.14 - Ethnography
6.1.15 - Experiments
6.1.16 - Small Scale Research
6.1.17 - End of Topic Test - Research Methods

Due on 29 May 

OPTION C
Dance

Britney Spears
(You Drive Me) Crazy

Watch the Britney video again and pick up from
where you left off with learning the choreography.
You will be performing this so the more work you do now to learn the choreography the better.
Complete a logbook for each session you have done.

Send videos of your progress to Ms Harrison 

OPTION D
Graphics

 Paula Scher
Complete the poster which helped to advise people on how best to manage this current situation.

Please make sure that your finished poster is fully coloured and that it is complete - the style should reference
Paula Scher.

 Think about what you think is helpful to people in lockdown and what the advice should be.

This could be in the form of one central image
surrounded by words, sentences, like Paula’s work or just words, sentences etc.
Include ‘relax’, ‘sleep’, ‘take care’, ‘be
kind’.

Think carefully about the colours you use. 

Citizenship / pce 

First Aid - Part 1

British Red Cross First Aid Website

Go through the first section of 5 videos and tasks for specific
situations:

First aid for someone having a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis)

First aid for someone who is having an asthma attack

First aid for someone who is bleeding heavily

Learn first aid for broken bones (first aid for fractures)

First aid for someone who has a burn

      
 Music

Solo Performance

Rehearse your solo performance.

If you have completed your previous one, find a contrasting piece (different genre/different techniques required) to begin practising.

Keep a log of progress (continue with previous one if still working on performance piece 1). 

 FRENCH

  View the two videos on TeachVid and do your choice of inbuilt activities. 

Video 1 – Je vais à…
Video 2 – Avenir - Louane

There is a transcript. You can do the gap-fill
Louane - Avenir Worksheet
for extension (on the song) if you want. 

If you need guidance, email Ms Hodson or Ms L Harrison.

 Geography

Flood Defences

Imagine you are in charge of building new flood defences to defend a town which floods frequently.

Write a report to explain which flood defences you are going to build and why.

You must think about cost, the pros and cons of each defence to make a decision. 

 Childcare 

Holistic Development
Development and Well-Being 0 – 5 Years
Complete the matching activity on Slide 4.
Complete the Language Development task on Slide 7.
Complete the observation task on ‘Arthur & Rosie’
Use the YouTube clips below:

YouTube Clip 1
YouTube Clip 2

Hodder Account 

 History

Crime and Punishment Revision

Complete the Crime and Punishment Worksheet

 History

Crime and Punishment Revision

Complete the Crime and Punishment Worksheet

SPANISH

Revising Housing

View the 2 videos

Video 1 – ¿Dónde vives
Video 2 – Mi dormitorio

Complete your choice of activities.
 
There is a transcript.

 History

Crime and Punishment Revision

Complete the Crime and Punishment Worksheet

 

 

 

 Geography

Flood Defences
Imagine you are in charge of building new flood defences to defend a town which floods frequently.

Write a report to explain which flood defences you are going to build and why.

You must think about cost, the pros and cons of each defence to make a decision.  

 Hair & Beauty

Business Ownership
How many different types of business ownership can you list?

Continuing with your research work through the different business ownership types.

Answer these questions:

Plan how you would explain the different types of business ownership to someone?

Try out your explanation to a member of your household or a friend over the phone.  

Watch BBC Bitesize

Take the quiz to test your knowledge.  

Exam Question Practice 

Computing

Have a look at the Mock exam and see if you can answer some of the questions. Use the internet to research the questions you are unsure of.

Imedia

 Mood board

  • Mind map / Spider diagram

  • Visualisation diagram

  • Storyboard

use these design tools to begin exploring the design brief.  

 

 

 
14.30 – 15.00
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Perform the first day of fitness program. Post program, evaluate any changes that could be made after each mornings fitness session.

Include adapting the amount of sets reps exercises. 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Evaluate any changes that could be made after each mornings fitness session.

Include adapting the amount of sets reps exercises.

 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Evaluate any changes that could be made after each mornings fitness session.

Include adapting the amount of sets reps exercises.

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Evaluate any changes that could be made after each mornings fitness session.

Include adapting the amount of sets reps exercises.

 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Evaluate any changes that could be made after each mornings fitness session.

Include adapting the amount of sets reps exercises.

 

 
Monday 1 JUNE
Tuesday 2 JUNE
Wednesday 3 JUNE
Thursday 4 JUNE
Friday 5 JUNE
09.00 – 09.30
Physical activity

Find 30 activities.

Complete 30 minutes of exercise varying the intensity and activity, each day this week.

Physical activity

Find 30 activities.

Complete 30 minutes of exercise varying the intensity and activity, each day this week.

Physical activity

Find 30 activities.

Complete 30 minutes of exercise varying the intensity and activity, each day this week.

Physical activity

Find 30 activities.

Complete 30 minutes of exercise varying the intensity and activity, each day this week.

Physical activity

Find 30 activities.

Complete 30 minutes of exercise varying the intensity and activity, each day this week.

09.45 – 10.30
MATHS
ALL SETS

Hegarty Maths
Clips 154 and  Quiz

Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A)

Hegarty Maths
Clips 168 - 169 and  Quizzes

Factorising

Worksheet

Answers

 Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A)

Hegarty Maths
Clips 223 - 224 and  Quizzes

Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A) 

Now practice your factorising skills

Worksheet

Answers

Maths
Set 1 (Mrs A)

Now strengthen your factorising skills

Worksheet

Answers

 Hegarty maths clip 226 may be helpful for the next worksheet

Worksheet

Answers

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty Maths
Clips 168 - 169 and  Quizzes

Factorising

Worksheet

Answers

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell) 

Hegarty Maths
Clips 226 and Quiz

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell) 

Hegarty Maths
Clips 223 - 224 and  Quizzes

 Set 2 & 3
(Mr Payne & Mrs Boswell) 

Practice your factorising skills

Worksheet 1

Answers

Worksheet 2

Answers 2

 Set 4 (Mr T)

Hegarty Maths
Clips 159 and Quiz

Set 4 (Mr T)

Hegarty Maths
Clips 168 and Quiz 

Factorising

Worksheet

Answers

Set 4 (Mr T) 

White Rose Maths

Watch the video and do the questions in the lesson

Summer Term

Week 4 Lesson 1

 

Set 4 (Mr T)

Now strengthen your skills

Hegarty Maths
Clips 169 and  Quiz

Factorising

Worksheet

Answers

10.30 – 10.45
Break
10.45 – 11.30
English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

 English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

 
 English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

English

Complete the
Daily BBC Bitesize lesson for Year 9

(if you are feeling confident than try the BBC Bitesize English  activity set for the year above).

Weekly Extension Task
It is important to keep a hold of our knowledge of English Language Paper 1 - this is the unit we were studying prior to the lockdown. With this in mind, have a go at the Men in the Moon Practice Paper

Insert
Mark scheme

11.30 – 12.00
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch
13.00 – 13.45
SCIENCE
PHYSICS

Series & Parallel

Read the BBC Bitesize pages about series and parallel circuits.

Complete the Series and Parallel Challenges by
drawing your designs of the circuits.

 

SCIENCE
BIOLOGY

Osmosis

What happens when you put raisins in water?
Measure the mass of several raisins and place them in water for around two hours.
Re-weigh your raisins.

Can you explain what has happened in terms of
osmosis?

Read through the BBC Bitesize pages on osmosis to help.

Science
Chemistry

Group 1 of the Periodic Table
Read the information about the group 1 elements on BBC Bitesize.

Complete the questions on the Group 1 Metals Worksheet.

 

 

 

SCIENCE
Physics

 Power (and other) Equations
Read the BBC Bitesize pages about power equations.

Complete the Electricity Calculations match the
equation sheet.

 

 

 

SCIENCE
BIOLOGY

Continuous & Categorical Data
Complete the lesson on this key skill of working scientifically for the Oak National Academy.

 

 

 

13.45 – 14.30
OPTION A
Drama

An Inspector Calls

Read Act Three of
An Inspector Calls.

If you have any questions email Miss Harrison

OPTION B
HISTORY

Modern Crime & Punishment Case Studies

Complete the Case Studies Worksheet

Derek Bentley-Article 1
Derek Bentley-Article 2

Ruth Ellis-Article 1
Ruth Ellis-Article 2

Timothy Evans-Article 1

 

OPTION C
DANCE

Britney Spears
(You Drive Me) Crazy

Watch the Britney video again and pick up from
where you left off with learning the choreography.
You will be performing this so the more work you do now to learn the choreography the better.
Complete a logbook for each session you have done.

Send videos of your progress to Ms Harrison 

OPTION D
HISTORY

Modern Crime & Punishment Case Studies

Complete the Case Studies Worksheet

Derek Bentley-Article 1
Derek Bentley-Article 2

Ruth Ellis-Article 1
Ruth Ellis-Article 2

Timothy Evans-Article 1

 

Citizenship / PCE

 First Aid - Part 1

British Red Cross First Aid Website

Go through the next section of 5 videos and tasks for specific
situations:

First aid for someone who is choking

First aid for someone who is having a diabetic emergency

First aid for someone who is distressed

First aid for someone who is having an epileptic seizure

First aid for someone who has a head injury

 

   
 MUSIC

Indian Classical Music

Listen to each of the three instruments you found images of last week on YouTube
Sitar
Tabla
Tambura.


Create a short fact file on each instrument.
Eg. How is it played?
What is its role in the ensemble (group)? 

GCSE Bitesize
Indian Music 

Email fact file to me at
Miss Halliday

 FRENCH

View the video:

Ma Vie en Confinement

Complete your choice of inbuilt activities.

For extra challenge, write your own version using the transcript as a model.

Email Ms Hodson or Ms L Harrison.

Extension
Imperfect Tense Worksheet (Paroles de Chanson – On
savait).

 GEOGRAPHY

Flooding
Create a fact file of a flood. It must include the date when it happened, where it happened and pictures of the damage.

Also create an advice leaflet to advise
people on what to do in a flood event. It may include what to do before, during and after.

 

GRAPHICS

Observational Drawing

You should set up a
still life which consists of packaging from your
kitchen cupboards - perhaps some famous brands.

Complete a drawing in either pencil or pen which
captures the style of the fonts and brands used on
these packages.
Take you time and try to get the perspective correct.

Do not add colour to the drawing. Either complete a line drawing or a shaded tonal drawing.

Spend a full 45 minutes on this - complete if you have time!

 HISTORY

Modern Crime & Punishment Case Studies

Complete the Case Studies Worksheet

Derek Bentley-Article 1
Derek Bentley-Article 2

Ruth Ellis-Article 1
Ruth Ellis-Article 2

Timothy Evans-Article 1

HAIR & BEAUTY

Understanding Hair Products

Outline the difference between tools and products?

Using the iconic era looks from last week; begin to look at hairstyles through the eras.
● How have these changed?
● Are there any trends which have been
repeated or slightly adapted?

You are to recreate iconic hairstyles to complete your looks from last week.
What products and tools will you need?
Outline their function, (why we use them), and effect
(how they make the hair feel).
You can use magazines and YouTube clips to help.

Hairstyles Through the Ages

100 Years of Women's Hairstyles

Men's Hairstyles over the Last 50 Years 

100 Years of Extreme Hairstyles

 PHOTOGRAPHY

Look at the images by Andy Goldsworthy.
Look how he uses NATURAL FORM such as Sticks, Leaves, Stones etc.

Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Image 5
Image 6
Image 7

Repeat the Flat Lay Shoot you did last week but use Natural forms to assist in this shoot.

 Watch the following tutorial by
The School Of Photography

 PHOTOGRAPHY

Look at the images by Andy Goldsworthy.
Look how he uses NATURAL FORM such as Sticks, Leaves, Stones etc.

Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Image 5
Image 6
Image 7

Repeat the Flat Lay Shoot you did last week but use Natural forms to assist in this shoot.

 Watch the following tutorial by
The School Of Photography

 GEOGRAPHY

Flooding
Create a fact file of a flood. It must include the date when it happened, where it happened and pictures of the damage.

Also create an advice leaflet to advise
people on what to do in a flood event. It may include what to do before, during and after.

 

ARt
Turpy's Art room

You are invited to produce a piece of Art in response to a chosen theme each fortnight.

Click here for a video introduction.

Your Artwork can be a pencil drawing, painting or sculpture, in any medium and any scale.

Send your entries with a written commentary explaining how it links to the theme to Mr Turp

This fortnight's theme is 'BRITISH'

All works need to be submitted by 3pm on Friday.

A selection of images will be shown through a video link which will be emailed to all parents and students.

 SPANISH

Revising Food & Drink

View the 2 videos

Video 1
Chévere – tengo hambre
Video 2
María y Juan van al restaurante

Complete your choice of activities.

There is a transcript.

Email Ms Hodson if you need guidance. 

 

 

 Art

Every painting starts from a sketch or drawing. 

1888 Harvest Landscape
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4
Vincent V-G 1
Vincent V-G Orchard

Look how the images named Stage 1-4 show the development of a sketch into a stunning painting.

Look at the sketches by Vincent V-G and try and draw the view from your window or back garden.
Complete this task using directional marks like Vincent V-G.

Complete this in Biro Pen

FOOD

Mini Masterchef Challenge

Follow instructions on the Omlette Challenge Powerpoint.

 Please email work to Miss Bakonyvari 

14.30 – 15.00
Physical activity

Have an attempt at some of the following activities throughout the week.

Writing a review of any adaptations you would make to the activities.

PE Planning 

Physical activity

Pick activity to attempt.

 PE Planning

Physical activity

Pick activity to attempt.

PE Planning 

Physical activity

Pick activity to attempt.

PE Planning 

Physical activity

Pick activity to attempt.

PE Planning