This course has been specifically designed to end in the Summer Term of Year 9, so that pupils will learn about the history of the State of Israel just before they go on the Yavneh College Israel Tour and see first hand what they have learnt about in the classroom. Would you like to go to Israel?
Pupils are encouraged to take part in slam and debating competitions as well as the Oxford University Essay competition. Girls deepen their appreciation of how composers in a wide range of genres manipulate the elements of music to achieve their goals, through detailed scrutiny of scores and recordings.
We also focus on key geographical themes, including glacial landscapes, and the geography of disease. The new qualifications are designed such that most exams will be taken at the end of a full 2-year course, with no interim modular assessment, coursework, or controlled assessment, except where necessary such as in the arts.
Come along and learn about the meaning of Bat Mitzvah and share your own celebrations in a fun environment. Previous speakers have included the renowned historian Andrew Roberts. We believe that the curriculum outlined below will provide our pupils with a robust programme of study that enriches their Jewish and ethical knowledge as well as their knowledge of the key beliefs and practices of people of other faiths in Britain today.
Key Stage 4 The two year GCSE course we currently offer in French and Spanish helps those who wish to be able to use their modern foreign language at a higher level and are also interested in broadening their horizons. During this Key Stage, girls also focus on current world politics and issues such as natural disasters and population growth.
The Department consists of highly qualified teachers covering a full range of specialist mathematical areas including statistics, mechanics and pure mathematics.
Alternatively, students can take separate qualifications in chemistry, biology, and physics. Find the current syllabus here. All pupils on this track will complete an HPQ which is likely to be based around some of the key areas that they have studied.
We will see at least two productions during the GCSE course and girls must answer one exam question on one of the productions we see together. There is also a wide range of opportunities to play in small groups, sing in choirs and play in orchestras, with performance opportunities at School, locally, nationally and internationally.
If I am graded with these subjects, will I be eligible to get admission for B. We believe that the Hebrew language is more than just a tool to access classical Jewish texts; it is central to Jewish identity in the modern world and forms a link between our pupils and people of the State of Israel.
To give all pupils the opportunity and confidence to tackle and solve problems which relate to the needs of individuals. Each year a number of girls choose to pursue History of Art at university and recent leavers have gained offers from a range of illustrious institutions including Oxford University, University of Cambridge and the Courtauld Institute of Art.
All aspects of the course will be examined including practical skills. Originality and creativity become more important and an awareness of current affairs is fostered through the study of news items and the independent research sessions required for speaking tests. A voluntary shacharit service, followed by breakfast, is held before school.
Classes are supported by weekly conversation lessons in small groups to promote oral fluency. Around a quarter of the people in the EU speak German as their native language.
There are two tiers of entry Foundation Grades 5 — 1 and Higher Grades 9 — 4. As the Foundation tier allows for a higher level of attainment than the previous GCSE, it is expected that a greater proportion of pupils will be entered for it.
Girls contribute towards the three different school journals and magazines and the Department provides access to a variety of additional academic journals and light-hearted publications such as The Plague.
Activities range from constructing Norman weaponry to filming a Wild West movie! Most of our units are taught using integrated workbooks and we harness the use of wi-fi and new media alongside the traditional study techniques.
The LVI course begins by developing the core skills of visual analysis, allowing girls to use technical terminology and identify the formal features of any painting, sculpture or building they encounter.Exam board content from BBC Bitesize for students in England, Northern Ireland or Wales.
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