Curriculum enhancement STEM Club As well as actively engaging our students with practical activities during the lessons, we also run a STEM Club where students have the chance to take part in different scientific investigations.
Teachers must only deviate from the scheme of work for which the activities have been checked against model risk assessmentsafter making a further risk assessment, checked with a subject specialist, possibly obtaining a special risk assessment from CLEAPSS. Teachers At the beginning of each school year, teachers must make sure that their classes have copies of the student laboratory rules and issue them if necessary.
There are two tiers of entry Foundation Grades 5 — 1 and Higher Grades 9 — 4. It is designed to have scientific experimentation at the forefront. Electrical testing To meet the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations, this employer requires portable electrical equipment to be inspected and tested regularly.
We aim to equip our young people with the skills, knowledge and understanding of their religious and cultural heritage to enable them to participate with confidence and enjoyment as members of the Jewish community.
Jewish Life Jewish Ethos Our Jewish ethos is at the core of all that we do, thus our pupils are expected to exemplify the values that they are taught; they are expected to treat others with respect, to contribute to the school community in a positive manner and to play an active part in our tzedakah charity and chesed kindness campaigns.
Students who are gifted in Science are likely to: Priorities and intended outcomes These will be decided as a result of in-school auditing, e. Write in a variety of forms for different purposes and audiences Plan, draft and discuss their writing Review different texts, developing their understanding of key features of a range of text types Teachers will aim to: A teacher or technician must assess risks very carefully before conducting any practical operation in such circumstances.
In preparation for their visit, they learn about the years of vibrant history experienced by the Jews of Poland and thereby gain a deeper understanding of what was lost as a consequence of the Holocaust.
Laboratories must be left safe. You will have the chance to make Jewish arts and crafts from mezuzahs, kiddish cups, challah cloths, decorating glass wear and much more. All specs focus on an iterative approach with constant evaluation and testing.
They will also study specifically selected texts as well as some of the ethical and philosophical themes studied by other pupils. Designing has been removed from the exam paper as it is seen as too subjective.
It includes your A Levelstudy and can enhance your university or job application. This course allows pupils with minimal Jewish knowledge the opportunity to learn the basic, but important, facts of Jewish Knowledge and it allows pupils with a good background of Jewish knowledge to brush up and fill in the gaps on areas that may have been forgotten.
We believe that we should equip our students with the necessary transferable skills to be fully literate in the 21st Century. Alongside this, students are able to develop their graphic design skills using sketches and computer-aided design to help complete projects and manufacture their computer designs on our CAMM machines and laser cutters.
Since the scheme of work has been checked against the model risk assessments, staff should deviate from it only if their proposed activities have been agreed with the Head of Science. It will be accepted as part of the entrance criteria for Sixth Form.
Homework is set twice a week and is marked by the teacher. Does the detail aid teaching and learning or reduce your flexibility and ability to be creative. Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.
Do you like being creative and having fun. This may help departments compare the learning content and the level of depth that is required. This can feel daunting but it has its advantages especially as much of this can be covered at KS3. Be aware of appropriate expectations of students and difficulties that might be experienced with numeracy skills.
Am Echad Join the charity wing of Yavneh College, develop your leadership and teamwork skills and help put us on the map as a caring and concerned school.
It is copied to all new members of staff, i. This is a repeat of the Thursday enrichment; you cannot do both. Students spend five hours a week in Food, two hours practising their cooking skills, two hours on their digital controlled assessment tasks and one hour of exam preparation.
The pupils use the main textbooks during lessons and each pupil has a smaller homework textbook which they use to complete homework. The Access to Higher Education Diploma is for anyone without academic qualifications wishing to progress to a higher-level course such as a degree.
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