KEY DATES FOR YEAR 11?

Mocks 1:  16th November - 7th December

Mocks 2:  1st March – 22nd March

Evening Excellence

  • Masterclass Schedule
    Maximising every second

    Masterclass Schedule

    Maximising every second 

    Morning Mastery Session

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Knowledge Organiser/SLT Assembly

    Science

    English

    English

    Maths

     

     

     

     

     

    Masterclass weekly Timetable

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Maths

    English

    Science

    Option B & C

    Option A & D

     

     

     

     

    Day

    Subject

    Monday (week A & B)

    Maths

    Tuesday (week A & B)

    English

    Wednesday (week A & B)

    Science

    Thursday (week A)

    Option B Music, Art, Business (11z/BuB) & IT

    hursday (week B)

    Option C Drama, French 11z/FRC, Geography 11q and History (11p/Hi1)

    Friday (week A)

    Option A GCSE PE/BTEC Sport/ History (11Q/Hi1) Geography (11q/Ge1), Textiles

    Friday (week B)

    Option D French (11z/FRD), Food, RE and Business (11z/BuD)

    8.00-8.45

    Morning Mastery (Intervention)

    9.00-9.50

    Lesson 1

    9.50-10.40

    Lesson 2

    11.00-11.50

    Lesson 3

    11.50-12.40

    Lesson 4

    13.25-14.15

    Lesson 5

    14.15-15.05

    Lesson 6

    15.05-16.00

    Masterclass

    16.00-17.00

    Evening Excellence (Intervention)

     


    Every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday we allow students to stay on after Masterclass and work independently from 4.00 - 5.00pm.  This is the kind of hard work that will ultimately lead to success.

Homework Timetable

Year 11 Knowledge Organisers

Year 11 Homework Timetables

Homework Plans

RE                     French         

History              Science         

English             Art         

Geography       Drama

Music

  • Why do we set Homework?

    To support our students learning we set homework tasks. Homework is work that is set to be completed outside the timetabled curriculum. It contains an element of independent study in that it is not usually directly supervised by a teacher. We use a range of online platforms to set, track and monitor homework.

    There is clear evidence that successful students make progress when they embrace homework, and see the clear purpose of the task being set. Through homework, students become flexible independent learners able to cope with the demands of a future working life.

    Homework enhances student learning, improves achievement and develops students’ study skills and as such is an integral part of the curriculum. It requires careful planning and integration into the scheme of work of each curriculum area and may form part of the evidence from which teachers make assessment decisions reporting on student progress.

     

  • Top tips for dealing with stress

    Year 11 is an extremely important year. Preparing for exams can be stressful.

    Here are five key ways for your child to look after their mental health:

    1. Talk to others 

    When we talk to our friends, parents or teachers, it almost always makes things better – a problem shared is a problem halved.

    1. Get enough sleep 

    Aim for at least eight hours each night.

    1. Limit your use of social media
    2. Take regular breaks while working or revising
    3. Eat healthily and exercise regularly

    If you look after your body, it helps to look after your mind too. Even a short walk can help you.

Sixth Form Taster Day - Thursday 16th December

  • This is an opportunity for your son or daughter in Year 11 to experience Sixth Form lessons in their preferred subjects ahead of making their Post16 choices.
  • Please see the schedule of available sessions.
  • Year 11 students have already made choices and will be invited to join sessions at the listed times.
  • Students who have not submitted choices will receive an email link from d.antiri@sedgehillacademy.org.uk where they can submit their preferences.

Year 11 Essentials

How parents can help with GCSE preparation.

In order to ensure your child achieves the best results, we need your support leading up to and during GCSE exams.  Please read the information provided or get in touch with a member of the Year 11 team.   We are here for you every step of the way!

Who can I speak to?

Mr Seabert Jones, Head of Year 11

sjones@sedgehillacademy.org.uk

Mr Aston Barrett, Associate Assistant Principal, Raising Achievement

abarrett@sedgehillacademy.org.uk

Ms Dawn Derosa, Assistant Head of Year 11

dderosa@sedgehillacademy.org.uk

What can I do to help my child revise?
  • Ensure your child attends school every day and is on time.
  • Ensure your child is attending masterclass and holiday interventions.
  • Create a quiet space for your child to revise at home.
  • Check your child is doing their homework.
  • Keep in close contact with us.
  • Talk to us about any concerns.
What can I do to help my child prepare for Sixth Form?
  • Secure a place in the Sixth Form early so you don't have to worry.  
  • Ensure your child has completed an application form for the Sixth Form.  
  • Speak to the Year 11 team if you need assistance.

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