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Year 9 Health and Social Care

 

Beginning

Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

You can plan an activity for a child in early childhood.

 

You can plan an activity for a child in early childhood, based on the child`s development, you can describe why this activity would be suitable for someone in early childhood.

You can plan an activity for a child in early childhood, based on the child`s development, you can describe why this activity would be suitable for someone in early childhood and can explain why you have chosen to complete this activity. 

You can plan an activity for a child in early childhood, based on the child`s development, you can describe why this activity would be suitable for someone in early childhood and can explain why you have chosen to complete this activity. You can evaluate if the activity is suitable for the child`s development.

Christmas Term

 

 

You can independently research celebrities and identify those in middle adulthood.

 

You can independently research celebrities and identify those in middle adulthood, you can describe the PIES in middle adulthood.

You can independently research celebrities and identify those in middle adulthood, you can describe and explain PIES in middle adulthood.

You can independently research celebrities and identify those in middle adulthood, you can describe and explain PIES in middle adulthood.

You can describe any factors that may prevent the celebrities from achieving their development stages.

Winter Term

 

 

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages and their ages.

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages, their ages and can describe the key words for each life stage.

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages, their ages, can describe the key words for each life stage and can explain the PIES for each stage.

 

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages, their ages, can describe the key words for each life stage and can explain the PIES for each stage.

You can describe factors that may prevent your family from achieving their development stages.

 

Spring Term

 

 

You can produce an image of your family or a fictional family and can label the different life stages.

You can produce an image of your family, can label the different life stages and can write down the characteristics of each person. 

You can produce an image of your family, can label the different life stages, can write down the characteristics of each person and can describe what genetic you have inherited from our parents.  

 

You can produce an image of your family, can label the different life stages, can write down the characteristics of each person, can describe what genetic you have inherited from our parents and can explain how you have gained these genetics (i.e. at conception)

Summer Term

 

 

You can produce a leaflet identify explained and unexplained life events and how they impact development.

You can produce a leaflet identifying and describing expected and unexpected life events and how they impact development.

You can produce a leaflet identifying, describing and explaining expected and unexpected life events and how they impact development.

You can produce a leaflet identify, describing and explaining expected and unexpected life events and how they impact development. You can additionally evaluate how expected and unexpected could be overcome.

 

Year 10 Health and Social Care

 

Beginning

Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a profile about a person who receives health care.

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a profile that includes background information about your service user.

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to look into and research the services that your person uses or receives support from.  

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to look at the effectiveness of the services that are available to your service user.

Christmas Term

 

 

Speak to your chosen service user and find out the ways in which they have been referred to a medical professional.

Interview your chosen service user and find out how easy they find it to make appointments to a professional in the health, social care or early year’s sector.

From the information you gathered in your interview you will be able to assess the strengths and weaknesses when discussing making the three different types of referral.

Discuss how effective the three types of referral methods are. Add the ways in which these methods could be improved in either the health, social care or early year’s sector.

Winter Term

 

 

Choose two different direct care workers within your organisation chosen for your controlled assessment.

 

Put together a questionnaire that will be given to two direct care workers within your organisation.

 

 

Your questionnaire should contain information about their roles and responsibilities, qualifications needed for the job and how they apply care values within the setting. This will be used as part of your primary research.

From your questionnaire results you can interpret the effectiveness of their job role and the organisation overall.

Spring Term

 

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a handout/leaflet on a midwife explaining the roles of the job.

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a handout/leaflet on a midwife explaining the roles, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required to do the job role.

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to choose a job role of your choice and produce a detailed handout/leaflet explaining the roles, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required to do the job role. 

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to choose a job role of your choice and produce a detailed handout/leaflet explaining the roles, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required to do the job role. You need to include references using the Harvard Style referencing criteria.

Summer Term

 

 

Pick a chosen service user and find out what their illness is how it affects one of their physical needs, intellectual needs, emotional needs and social needs. 

Interview your chosen service user and find out what their illness is, signs and symptoms, how it affects several of their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs. 

Interview your chosen service user and find out what their illness is, signs and symptoms, treatment plan and how it affects several of their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs.

Interview your chosen service user and find out what their illness is, signs and symptoms, treatment plan and how it affects several of their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs as well as the effects on their family.

 

Year 11 Health and Social Care

 

Beginning

Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a profile about a person who receives health care.

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a profile that includes background information about your service user.

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to look into and research the services that your person uses or receives support from.  

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to look at the effectiveness of the services that are available to your service user.

Christmas Term

 

 

Choose two different direct care workers within your organisation chosen for your controlled assessment.

 

Put together a questionnaire that will be given to two direct care workers within your organisation.

 

 

Your questionnaire should contain information about their roles and responsibilities, qualifications needed for the job and how they apply care values within the setting. This will be used as part of your primary research.

From your questionnaire results you can interpret the effectiveness of their job role and the organisation overall.

Winter Term

 

 

Based on the different life stages, create a family tree that has people of different ages. This can be based on your own family or one from a TV show.

 

 

For each family member across the family tree you should be able to describe what life stage they are in and what life stages they have already passed through.

 

For each person identified you will independently be able to explain the different physical, intellectual, emotional and social development stages they are going through.

You will then be able to identify the effects on the body someone from each life stage has passed through. You can make a judgment on how their body has changed when going through the different stages.

Spring Term

 

 

With assistance you will be able to explain what peer pressure is in relation to a chosen case study.

Independently think of a scenario that has happened inside or outside of school and explain how you have seen peer pressure take place.

From the documentary you will be able to see elements of peer pressure taking place. You should start to see the effects this has on overall development and can discuss why peer pressure is a negative concept.

Add to your case study the effects peer pressure has on emotional development. Here you can think about the advantages and disadvantages this has to a person’s self-concept.

Summer Term

 

 

Students will carry out revision using class exercise books on topic areas identified by the class teacher.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books and text books on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.   Answer papers will be used to assess their own understanding.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.

 

Year 12 Health and Social Care 1 year

 

Beginning

Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Research discrimination, equality and diversity, write a paragraph defining discrimination, equality and diversity,

 

 

You are able to research discrimination, equality and diversity, write a paragraph defining discrimination, equality and diversity and explain the importance of promoting equality and diversity.

You are able to research discrimination, equality and diversity, write a paragraph defining discrimination, equality and diversity, can explain the importance of promoting equality and diversity and can analyse the impact of preventing discrimination.

 

You are able to research discrimination, equality and diversity, write a paragraph defining discrimination, equality and diversity, can explain the importance of promoting equality, diversity. You can analyse the impact of preventing discrimination and evaluate the success of promoting anti-discriminatory practices.

Christmas Term

 

 

Produce a word document describing skills and personal attribute necessary for professionals who care for individuals with different needs.

 

You can produce a word document describing and explaining the skills and personal attribute necessary for professionals who care for individuals with different needs.

You can produce a word document describing and explaining the skills and personal attribute necessary for professionals who care for individuals with different needs. You can assess the different methods professionals might use when building relationships and can establish trust with individuals with needs.

 

You can produce a word document describing and explaining the skills and personal attribute necessary for professionals who care for individuals with different needs. You can assess the different methods professionals might use when building relationships and can establish trust with individuals with needs. You can link this assessment to your 3 case studies.

Winter Term

 

 

Produce a word document describing the strategies and communication techniques used on individuals with different needs to overcome different challenges. 

Produce a word document describing and explaining the strategies and communication techniques used on individuals with different needs to overcome different challenges. 

Produce a word document describing, explaining and assessing the strategies and communication techniques used on individuals with different needs to overcome different challenges. 

Produce a word document describing, explaining and assessing the strategies and communication techniques used on individuals with different needs to overcome different challenges. 

 

Produce a word document Justifying the strategies and techniques used to overcome ethical issues experienced by individuals with different needs when planning and providing care.

Spring Term

 

 

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages and their ages.

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages, their ages and can describe the key words for each life stage.

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages, their ages, can describe the key words for each life stage and can explain the PIES for each stage.

 

You can produce a family tree detailing the different life stages, their ages, can describe the key words for each life stage and can explain the PIES for each stage.

You can describe factors that may prevent your family from achieving their development stages.

 

Summer Term

 

 

You can produce a booklet identifying the 6 different life stages

You can produce a booklet identifying the 6 different life stages and can describe PIES across the 6 life stages.

You can produce a booklet identifying the 6 life stages and can describe and explain PIES across the 6 life stages.

You can produce a booklet identifying the 6 life stages and can describe and explain PIES across the 6 life stages. You can identify, describe and explain factors that influence development such as expected and unexpected life events.

 

Year 11 Health and Social Care Full Course 1 year

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a handout/leaflet on a midwife explaining the roles of the job.

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to produce a handout/leaflet on a midwife explaining the roles, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required to do the job role.

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to choose a job role of your choice and produce a detailed handout/leaflet explaining the roles, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required to do the job role. 

 

From either the Health or Early Years Sector you need to choose a job role of your choice and produce a detailed handout/leaflet explaining the roles, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required to do the job role.  You need to include references using the Harvard Style referencing criteria.

 

Christmas Term

 

 

Speak to your chosen service user and find out what their illness is how it affects one of their physical needs, intellectual needs, emotional needs and social needs. 

Interview your chosen service user and find out what their illness is, signs and symptoms, how it affects several of their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs. 

Interview your chosen service user and find out what their illness is, signs and symptoms, treatment plan and how it affects several of their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs.

Interview your chosen service user and find out what their illness is, signs and symptoms, treatment plan and how it affects several of their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs as well as the effects on their family.

Winter Term

 

 

Research the chosen service provider and find out where they are located and what sector they are in.  Ask your service user what happens when they visit the service provider.

 

Research the chosen service provider and find out where they are located, what sector they are in, what they do for the service user and list 2-3 other services offered by the service provider.

 

Research the chosen service provider and find out where they are located, what sector they are in and provide a detailed description of what they do for the service user using both primary and secondary research.  Explain 2-3 other services offered by the service provider using referencing and more than one source.

 

Research the chosen service provider and find out where they are located, what sector they are in and provide a detailed description of what they do for the service user using both primary and secondary research.  Explain in detail 2-3 other services offered by the service provider using referencing from several sources.

 

Spring Term

 

 

With assistance from your teacher choose two direct care workers who work with your service user, still with assistance, find out basic information on what they do, the role they play, the skills and the qualifications needed by interviewing them.

Independently choose two direct care workers who work with your service user, with the help of your teacher find out basic information on what they do, the role they play, the skills and the qualifications needed by interviewing them.

Independently choose two direct care workers who work with your service user, independently find out some information on what they do, the role they play, the skills and the qualifications needed by interviewing them.

Independently choose two direct care workers who work with your service user, independently find out detailed information on what they do, the role they play, the skills and the qualifications needed by interviewing them.

Summer Term

 

 

Students will carry out revision using class exercise books on topic areas identified by the class teacher.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books and text books on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.   Answer papers will be used to assess their own understanding.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.

 

Year 12 BTEC Extended Diploma

 

Beginning

Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

You have visited your work experience placement weekly and have met all of the staff.  You have identified your objectives and aims from this work experience setting.

You have assisted in tasks at your work experience placement and have met all of the staff.  You have identified and described your objectives and aims from this work experience setting.

With assistance you have ran tasks at your work experience placement and have met all of the staff.  You have identified and described detailed objectives and aims from this work experience setting recognising why you are doing this.

You can independently ran tasks at your work experience placement and have met all of the staff.  You have identified and described detailed objectives and aims from this work experience setting justifying why you are doing this.

Christmas Term

 

 

Complete Form HSC AG 2 and Form HSC AG 3, you will explain how work experience can support the development of your own professional skills and attributes in Health and Social Care.

Complete Form HSC AG 2 and Form HSC AG 3, you will discuss how work experience can support the development of your own professional skills and attributes in Health and Social Care and ways in which work experience can inform your own career choices and prepare you for employment.

Complete Form HSC AG 2 and Form HSC AG 3, you will discuss how work experience can support the development of your own professional skills and attributes in Health and Social Care and ways in which work experience can inform your own career choices and prepare you for employment.  You will also analyse how work experience can provide support in gaining a realistic understanding of the health and social care sector.

Complete Form HSC AG 2 and Form HSC AG 3, you will discuss how work experience can support the development of your own professional skills and attributes in Health and Social Care and ways in which work experience can inform your own career choices and prepare you for employment.  You will also analyse how work experience can provide support in gaining a realistic understanding of the health and social care sector.  You should be able to Justify the benefits of preparation in supporting own understanding of the expectations of work experience.

Winter Term

 

 

You can demonstrate a few work related skills to meet set objectives for work experience tasks. You will briefly discuss and suggest why shadowing and observations can support personal development.

You can demonstrate all of the work related skills to meet set objectives for work experience tasks.  You will discuss and suggest why shadowing and observations can support personal development.

You can demonstrate all of the work related skills to meet set objectives for work experience tasks.  You will discuss and suggest why shadowing and observations can support personal development.  You have demonstrated work related skills with confidence and proficiency to meet objectives in different situations.

 

You can demonstrate all of the work related skills to meet set objectives for work experience tasks.  You will discuss and suggest why shadowing and observations can support personal development.  You have demonstrated work related skills with confidence and proficiency to meet objectives in different situations.  You can demonstrate work-related skills proficiently, taking the initiative to carry out activities according to own responsibilities and setting’s procedures and selecting appropriate skills and techniques for different situations.

 

Spring Term

 

 

You have reviewed your own strengths and areas for development in response to feedback on work experience placement.

You have reviewed your own strengths and areas for development in response to feedback on work experience placement.  You have produced a personal and professional development plan which identifies improvements to own skills for future development.

You have reviewed your own strengths and areas for development in response to feedback on work experience placement.  You have produced a personal and professional development plan which identifies improvements to own skills for future development. 

You have assessed how self-reflection contribute to personal and professional development in work experience placement.

 

You have reviewed your own strengths and areas for development in response to feedback on work experience placement.  You have produced a personal and professional development plan which identifies improvements to own skills for future development. 

You have assessed how self-reflection contribute to personal and professional development in work experience placement.  You can justify how planning for and reflecting on skills developed during own work experience placement have informed own future plans for personal and professional development.

 

Summer Term

With assistance you have chosen a health campaign and are able to research the purpose and outcome of the campaign.

Independently you are able to choose a health campaign and have researched the purpose, methods and outcome of the campaign.  You are able to provide an explanation of all of the above.

Independently you are able to choose a health campaign and have researched the purpose, methods, outcome and media of the campaign.  You are able to provide an explanation of all of the above as well as an analysis of the media type used.

Independently you are able to choose a health campaign and have researched the purpose, methods, outcome and media of the campaign.  You are able to provide an explanation of all of the above as well as an analysis of the media type used and evaluate the campaigns strengths and weaknesses.

 

BTEC Health and Social Care Extended Diploma Year 13

 

Beginning

Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

With assistance you can demonstrate basic flipped learning skills and state the concepts of:  Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Digestive, Renal, Nervous, Endocrine, Reproductive, Lymphatic, Muscular-skeletal, Immune system. 

You can independently demonstrate flipped learning skills and explain the concepts of:  Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Digestive, Renal, Nervous, Endocrine, Reproductive, Lymphatic, Muscular-skeletal, Immune system. 

You can independently demonstrate flipped learning skills and explain in detail the concepts of:  Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Digestive, Renal, Nervous, Endocrine, Reproductive, Lymphatic, Muscular-skeletal, Immune system.  You can provide diagrams and explanations as to how the above concepts affect the bodily functions.

You can independently and confidently demonstrate flipped learning skills and explain in detail the concepts of:  Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Digestive, Renal, Nervous, Endocrine, Reproductive, Lymphatic, Muscular-skeletal, Immune system.  You can provide diagrams and detailed explanations as to how the above concepts affect the bodily functions.

Christmas Term

 

 

With assistance you can choose a suitable individual, interview them and produce a list of daily food intake, nutrients and energy consumed.

You can independently choose a suitable individual, interview them and produce a list of daily food intake, nutrients and energy consumed.  You can identify weak areas of their food intake with reasons why.

You can independently choose a suitable individual, interview them and produce a list of daily food intake, nutrients and energy consumed.  You can identify weak areas of their food intake with reasons why.  You can produce a one week plan to improve nutritional health of the individual.

You can independently choose a suitable individual, interview them and produce a list of daily food intake, nutrients and energy consumed.  You can identify weak areas of their food intake with reasons why.  You can produce a one week plan to improve nutritional health of the individual and assess how the plan will meet the nutritional needs of the person.

Winter Term

 

 

With assistance you can define the terms ‘health promotion’ and ‘health protection’.  

You can give examples of government initiatives that were set up to combat public health in the UK as a way of promoting and protecting.

You can independently evaluate the effectiveness of the different methods of controlling each disease and explain why.

You can independently evaluate the effectiveness of the different methods of controlling each disease and explain why. You can make recommendations as to which methods would be most effective for promoting and protecting public health for two named diseases.

Spring Term

 

 

With assistance you can explain the function of research in health and social care and the value this has in collecting research.

You can demonstrate your understanding of different research methodologies for health and social care. You can use examples looking at both sides to justify the methods chosen for this project.

You can independently plan, carry out and report the findings and conclusions from your research project you have been working on. Here you will report any evidence from your investigation and reference this according to the Harvard Referencing style.

You can independently evaluate how the research project could have been improved. Here you will be able to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the research project in meeting your original aims and hypothesis. Any books or internet sources you use must be references correctly to support your work.

 

                                                                                                                                      Year 13 Health and Social Care GCE

 

Beginning

Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

With assistance you have used research skills to find relevant sources of information regarding facts and figures related to your health promotion.

You have been able to use research skills to find relevant sources of information regarding facts and figures related to your health promotion and can provide references for these.

You have been able to use independent research skills to find relevant sources of information regarding facts and figures related to your health promotion and can provide references for these.  You can relate these figures to your project to provide suggestions.

You have been able to use independent research skills to find relevant sources of information regarding facts and figures related to your health promotion and can provide references for these.  You can relate these figures to your project to provide suggestions and analyse their validity.

Christmas Term

 

 

With assistance you have been able to interview friends/family to collect primary research on the subject of your health campaign.

You have interviewed friends/family to collect primary research on the subject of your health campaign and can give a basic outline of why they think the campaign is necessary.

You have independently interviewed friends/family to collect primary research on the subject of your health campaign and can give a detailed outline of why they think the campaign is necessary.

You have independently interviewed friends/family to collect primary research on the subject of your health campaign and can give a detailed outline of why they think the campaign is necessary and an overall analysis of the results.

Winter Term

 

 

With assistance you have arranged the campaign and delivered it to the target audience.

You have independently arranged the campaign and delivered it to a suitable target audience. 

You have independently arranged the campaign and delivered it to a suitable target audience and can justify the reason why they were chosen.

You have independently arranged the campaign and delivered it to a suitable target audience and can justify the reason why they were chosen as well as evaluate the suitability.

Spring Term

 

 

You have collected information on communicable and non-communicable diseases and can explain the basis of one disease from each area.

You have collected information on communicable and non-communicable diseases and can explain the basis and differences of one disease from each area.

You have collected information on communicable and non-communicable diseases and can explain the basis and differences of one disease from each area.  You have found out information on treatment and prevention.

You have collected information on communicable and non-communicable diseases and can explain the basis and differences of one disease from each area.  You can analyse the treatment and prevention of these diseases.

 

Year 12 Children’s Play, Learning and Development

 

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Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Find an article using the internet of a child that has been abused or neglected. Use a trusted website.

 

 

 

For your article research further and find the organisations that were involved in the care of the child.

For each organisation you have identified using books and websites find the roles and responsibilities of the professionals. Write down what they should be expected to do when working with a child that is suspected of being neglected or abused.

Conclude the research you have found and explain in full how agencies let down the child. Discuss the weaknesses and offer an alternative suggestion of what should have been done to protect that child from harm. This should be supported with relevant legislations.

Christmas Term

 

 

Explain what is meant by a hazard and what the role of a professional is in an early years setting when looking for hazards.

As a class use a blank risk assessment form and take a walk around the school site. Note down what hazards you see and what risk they present.

 

 

 

When you visit your placement setting before an activity takes place ask your mentor if you can carry out a risk assessment. Identify what hazards are presented and how to make the activity safe. Do this for an indoor and outdoor activity.

Now you have carried out a risk assessment you should be able to discuss how effective these are in keeping children safe in an early years setting. Using the recommended reading, assess the effectiveness of risk assessments in preventing accidents from happening. Use examples from your own placement setting.

Winter Term

 

 

Explain what is meant by fine, gross and locomotive skills and how they relate to physical development taking place.

 

 

 

From your placement setting observe two children of different ages and write down any fine, gross or locomotive skills they are displaying.  

Research using the text book to identify the milestones a child should be reaching at certain ages. From the observations at your placement conclude whether or not the children were on track, behind or above normative development.

Considering how important physical development is and how it is measured during infancy evaluate the effects if atypical development is not identified. Consider the long term effects this has on physical development as well as cognitive, language, emotional and social development.

Spring Term

 

 

Give an example of attachment during infancy and the importance of this.

What the video and identify if attachment is taking place. Give examples of how you can see this happening.

Using Bowlby’s theory of attachment identify the different features of the theory and relate this to any examples you’ve seen from your placement, your family or from a TV programme. Here you should bring into the question separation anxiety and how this effects attachment of a child.

Evaluate the effectiveness of Bowlby’s theory in current day practices. Consider why some children are more attached than others and the effects this can have if a child has been separated from a parent for a long period of time. For this evaluation you can look at a child being adopted or not living with either biological parent to help you explain your answer.

Summer Term

 

 

Students will carry out revision using class exercise books on topic areas identified by the class teacher.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books and text books on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.   Answer papers will be used to assess their own understanding.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.