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1 English Term: Autumn Year: Year 9 Teacher: Mrs Jamila/Mr Zaman 1. TOPICS 1 st Half Term: Literature The Woman in Black by Susan Hill. In this half term students will be studying The Woman in Black. They will focus on the broad areas of characterisation, themes, language, setting and symbols. Students will need to develop their skills in being able to discuss effective openings, rising tensions, the climax and conclusions. There will also be a huge focus on language analysis and comparative essays as well as spelling, punctuation, grammar and vocabulary (SPaGV) which is in line with the new GCSE requirements. 2nd Half Term: Poetry - Dulce et Decorum est by Wilfred Owen. In this half term, students will be studying the poem Dulce et Decorum est. They will focus heavily on extracting information both implicitly and explicitly. They will also focus on understanding structure, setting, language, imagery, mood and themes. During these six weeks, students will also complete a diary, essays questions, comparative analysis, a storyboard, timelines and characterisations based around the poem. This is in accordance with the new GCSE requirements 2. ASSESSMENTS How will my child be assessed this term? 1. There will be 2 official assessments over the whole term including the End of Term exam; therefore class participation is most necessary. Assessment is used to support teaching and learning by identifying what students already knows and how they might move to the next level/grade. Therefore these assessments are designed to enable students and teachers to develop an understanding of their individual needs so that meaningful target can be made. 3. How can I help my child in this subject? Encouragement, praise, ensuring that they do their homework ; and checking their diaries. Encouraging your child to increase their reading of literary works to improve understanding, exposure and techniques of writing. Students are organised and do not lose the resources Create an autonomous attitude towards their studies. 4. Resources There is a plethora of resources on the subject freely available on the web, as well as resources on dropbox folder and KSM Online. 1 of 23

2 Summary: Ask us about the dropbox link Edexcel Website Crash course channel on Youtube amongst others. 5. Reading lists A suggested reading list is given to students at the beginning of the academic year. 6. Communications Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact us at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, leave a note in your child s homework diary and we will try to give you a written response on the same day, or contact me, Mrs Jamila, by on Or if you wish to contact the Head of English, Mr Arif can be contacted on khairschool.org.uk. 2 of 23

3 Mathematics Term: Autumn Year: 9B & 9G Teacher: Mr. Afzal Following topics will be covered from Maths Frameworking 3 rd edition Collins Pupil Book 3.2: 1 st Half Term: Percentages (Chapter 1) Equations and formulae (Chapter 2) Polygons (Chapter 3) 2 nd Half Term: Using data (Chapter 4) Applications of graphs (Chapter 5) How will my child be assessed this term? There will be four assessments this term. The national curriculum expects the average students at this age and at this stage of their education to be working at Grade 4 in mathematics. We have a mixed ability class and while students in this school generally exceed the national average, there is inevitably going to be some students who find maths challenging and who will not be working at this level. All summative assessments will be at least Grade 3 and maximum at Grade 7 but there will be differentiation for those pupils who are at either end of the ability spectrum. Assessment 1 will comprise of the homework given to students in Autumn Term The purpose of this is to encourage a culture of home/independent learning and pressure students to take homework seriously. Assessment 2 will be a test on topics relating to Percentages, Equations & Formulae and Polygons. Assessment 3 will also be a test based on Using data, Applications of graphs. Assessment 4 will be an end of term exam which will be made of all the topics covered in Autumn Term. This will be a good opportunity to assess how much knowledge the students have retained from Autumn Term. How can I help my child in this subject? Students will benefit from having a designated quiet space in which they can study. They will need their scientific calculators and geometry sets for some of the topics. They should make a habit of practicing exam questions at home. Please also encourage your child to always check their homework before handing it in as this well help them to self-correct and is a vital element in their own self-assessment. All the diagrams including construction work as well as graphs should be done with pencil only. Any missed homework will be flagged up through their exercise books or s, so please check them. Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact me at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, leave a note in your daughter/son s homework diary and I will try to give you a written response by the same day. 3 of 23

4 Biology Term:Autumn Year: 9 Teacher: Mrs Aziza Helaly & Mr Enamul Hassan 1 st Half Term: Students will be building on work from KS3 modules about cells and extending their knowledge about some new features of plant and animal cells. They will also learn about specialised cells and look at how cell organelles play a part in various reactions. Students will be expected to be able to recall the names and functions of the major organelles. By the end of this unit students will be able to give examples of substances that diffuse into and out of cells, explain how temperature, concentration gradient and surface area affect the rate of diffusion, and apply knowledge of osmosis to unfamiliar situations and make predictions. 2 nd Half Term: Organisation and digestive system - Students will that the digestive system is an example of an organ system in which several organs work together to digest and absorb food. They would be introduced to enzymes and will study what they are and how they work. They will deepen their understanding by looking at the lock and key model and investigating factors that affect enzyme activity as well as the role of enzymes in our digestive system, at home and in industry. How will my child be assessed this term? Student progress is monitored continuously through a variety of testing methods, including, class work, homework and summative assessment. Students will have an assessment every 4 weeks and end of term assessment. These assessment tasks will include the end of unit assessments. The skills that are assessed are as follows: Working scientifically Understanding the application and implication of science Using investigation approaches Working critically with evidence Quality of written communication All assessment marks are recorded in KSM, and on a tracker in students books. How can I help my child in this subject? 4 of 23

5 It is recommended that each pupil develops their own glossary. Encourage your child to learn the meaning and the correct spelling of key geographical terms. Please ensure that your son is up to date with his homework. Any missed homework would be flagged in your child's diary. I would encourage the use of the AQA CGP/letts workbook with answers to consolidate learning. For independent study the following websites are recommended: AQA specification: BBC Bitesize: S-cool the revision website: Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? You can contact me at the school or alternatively, by or leave a note in your child s homework diary. address: 5 of 23

6 Chemistry Term:Autumn Year: 9 Teacher: Mr Enamul Hassan 1 st Half Term: By the end of this unit students will be able to describe why the new evidence from the scattering experiment led to a change in the atomic model and they will be able to use the nuclear model to describe atoms. Mixture- Students will learn that a mixture consists of two or more elements or compounds not chemically combined together. They will be able to describe, explain and give examples of the specified processes of separation and suggest suitable separation and purification techniques for mixtures when given appropriate information. 2 nd Half Term: Building on KS3 work, they will look at each group of the periodic table in detail and learn about how and why patterns occur. How will my child be assessed this term? Student progress is monitored continuously through a variety of testing methods, including, class work, homework and summative assessment. Students will have an assessment every 4 weeks and end of term assessment. These assessment tasks will include the end of unit assessments. The skills that are assessed are as follows: Working scientifically Understanding the application and implication of science Using investigation approaches Working critically with evidence Quality of written communication All assessment marks are recorded in KSM, and on a tracker in students books. How can I help my child in this subject? It is recommended that each pupil develops their own glossary. Encourage your child to learn the meaning and the correct spelling of key scientific terms. Please ensure that your child is up to date with his homework. Reading over and making their own notes about concepts and ideas covered is essential. For independent study the following websites are recommended: AQA specification: 6 of 23

7 BBC Bitesize: S-cool the revision website: Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? You can contact me at the school or alternatively, by or leave a note in your child s homework diary. address: 7 of 23

8 Physics Term:Autumn Year: 9 Teacher: Mrs. Aziza Helaly & Mr Enamul Hassan 1 st Half Term: By the end of this unit students will be able to describe, with examples, how in all system changes energy is dissipated, so that it is stored in less useful ways. They will be able to explain ways of reducing unwanted energy transfers, for example through lubrication and the use of thermal insulation. They also will be able to calculate the amount of energy associated with a moving object, a stretched spring and an object raised above ground level. 2 nd Half Term: Throughout this unit students will learn that the higher the thermal conductivity of a material the higher the rate of energy transfer by conduction across the material and they will be able to describe how the rate of cooling of a building is affected by the thickness and thermal conductivity of its walls. By the end of this unit students will be able to describe the main energy sources available for use on Earth include: fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas), nuclear fuel, biofuel, wind, hydro-electricity, geothermal, the tides, the Sun and water waves. They will be able to describe the environmental impact arising from the use of different energy resources. How will my child be assessed this term? Student progress is monitored continuously through a variety of testing methods, including, class work, homework and summative assessment. Students will have an assessment every 4 weeks and end of term assessment. These assessment tasks will include the end of unit assessments. The skills that are assessed are as follows: Working scientifically Understanding the application and implication of science Using investigative approaches Working critically with evidence Quality of written communication All assessment marks are recorded in KSM, and on a tracker in students books. How can I help my child in this subject? 8 of 23

9 It is recommended that each pupil develops their own glossary. Encourage your child to learn the meaning and the correct spelling of key scientific terms. Please ensure that your son is up to date with his homework. Reading over and making their own notes about concepts and ideas covered is essential. For independent study the following websites are recommended: AQA specification: BBC Bitesize: S-cool the revision website: Revision GCSE Physics: Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? You can contact me at the school or alternatively, by or leave a note in your child s homework diary. address: 9 of 23

10 History Term: Autumn Year: Year 9 Teacher: Ms Elmi. 1 st Half Term: We start studying Germany GCSE Unit. We will explore; Weimar Germany after War The Rise of Nazi Party. There will be at least one-section tests after every key topic. There may be seen or unseen papers. 2nd Half Term: Students will continue to study Germany GCSE Unit. Nazi Dictatorship. Nazi Domestic Policies. How will my child be assessed this term? There will be at least two assessed exams this term. ALL are Mock Exams, which are either seen papers or unseen papers. The results of these will determine the predicted grades of candidates and are therefore extremely important. In more detail; There will also be section test at the end of every key topic. At the end of the term there will summative test that will test their knowledge that they ve covered the whole year so far. How can I help my child in this subject? Encouragement, praise, ensuring that they do their homework; and checking their diaries. Encouraging them to read around the subject. Further, students must be aware that there is no time to relax, that GSCEs are very pressurised exams. Their notes must be in order; discipline is essential. Resources 10 of 23

11 They should also familiarise themselves with mark schemes and exam resources found on the edexcel website. BBC bitesize is useful. There is a plethora of resources on the subject freely available on the web. Communications Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact us at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, leave a note in your child s homework diary and we will try to give you a written response on the same day, or contact me by We send regular history bulletins by , you re welcome to be added to be informed of your child s history studies. 11 of 23

12 Quran Term: Autumn Year: 7-11 HOD: Mr Y Ali The Quran lessons will be structured to cater for the needs of all students. Students will be divided into groups based on ability and what outcome they are looking to focus on. Group 1: will be memorising Juz Amma and focusing on implementing the relevant Tajweed rules. Group 2: will be for students who have already memorised Juz Amma and are aiming to recap and memorise more of the Quran. All students will be given individual Tajweed targets to work on based on their specific needs. How will my child be assessed this term? Your child will be assessed through recitation of the Quran and memorisation. How can I help my child in this subject? Your child will benefit from having access to audio clips of surahs from the Quran (e.g. Youtube). You can encourage them to listen to the verses they are supposed to learn which will aid their memorisation of the surah. Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact me at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, you can leave a note in your child s homework diary and I will try to give you a written response on the same day, or send me an at 12 of 23

13 اللغة العربیة Arabic Language Term: Autumn Year: Year 9 Teacher: Abu Talhah Tahir / Ladan Mohammed 1. TOPICS 1 st Half Term: Mastering Arabic Book 2 Unit 1: Myself and Others 2nd Half Term: Unit 2: House and Home - This term boys/girls will continue studying from Mastering Arabic Book 2 while simultaneously preparing for GCSE, for every unit covered they will be expected to write a 120 writing piece under exam conditions. In order for them to do well they must always practice key vocabulary at home and use Arabic phrases to improve memory and pronunciation. NB - Refer to the Ideal Subject Grid for an overall view. It ought to be noted that in accordance with good teaching practices, planning will vary depending on needs of students. 2. ASSESSMENTS How will my child be assessed this term? Students have many tests this term. They are broken down below: - Weekly Spelling/Translation Test. - One Listening Exam in the 2 nd half term. - Three Speaking Exams. One for each unit covered. - Three Writing Exams in the form of an essay. One for each unit covered. - Finally, an End of Term Reading Exam consisting of both multiple-choice and open-ended questions. NB - Please refer to Student Hand Book for more guidance. 3. How can I help my child in this subject? Encouragement, praise, ensuring that they do their homework; and checking their diaries. Ensuring that they are consistent in memorizing vocabulary. Students must be aware that there is no time to relax; there is extra work available from the teacher. Their notes must be in order, neat and always complete. Practice speaking exercises at home to help build confidence in class. 13 of 23

14 4. Resources There is various resources on the subject freely available on the web, as well as resources available from the Arabic department. Summary: Ask us about the V-Series, S-Series and other resource booklets Reading lists We supply the student textbooks, but if you wish to purchase your own textbooks then they are available online. Summary: Mastering Arabic Series GCSE Arabic Companion Your Arabic Friend Arabic Between Your Hands NB - Please refer to Student Hand Book for more guidance. 6. Communications Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact us at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, leave a note in your child s homework diary and we will try to give you a written response on the same day, or contact the Arabic Department via Head of Arabic Language/Boys School Teacher Abu Talhah Tahir Girls School Teacher Ladan Mohammed 14 of 23

15 Art & Design Term: Autumn Year: Year 9 Teacher: Mr Amin Miah & Mr Sufian Khan 1. TOPICS 1 st Half Term: Unit 1 - Nature Project and development of mark making students will be encouraged to experiment with different media and to explore the theme by mini projects that will be set for them. 2nd Half Term: Unit 1 - Nature Project will be continued through the use of graphic communication projects. NB - Refer to the Long Term Overview for an overall view. It should be noted that in accordance with good teaching practices, planning will vary depending on needs of students. 2. ASSESSMENTS How will my child be assessed this term? This term will introduce the students to the new GCSE Art & Design format. Even though the students are year 9 this year will be used as a taster of GCSE structure in order to allow the students to make an informed choice in year 10. Similar to GCSE format, your child will be assessed through homework and classwork. The mini projects throughout this term will allow the students to research and experiment with their interpretation of the word Nature. NB - Please refer to Long Term Overview for more guidance. 3. How can I help my child in this subject? Encouragement, praise, ensuring that they do their homework; and checking their diaries. Encouraging them to be confident in their ability and to not be afraid to experiment. Ensure that students organise their time to make the most of building a body of work and to ask for help at every stage. Visit art galleries and museums as part of their research. To help them plan for a mock controlled assessment at the beginning of Spring Term. 15 of 23

16 4. Resources There is a plethora of resources on the subject freely available on the web. Summary: Communications Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact us at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, leave a note in your child s homework diary and we will try to give you a written response on the same day, or contact me Mr Amin Miah, by on (Please be aware that Mr Amin is only in school on Monday s and Tuesday s) 16 of 23

17 Geography Term: Autumn Year: 9 Teacher: Ms Ilham Nur How will you be assessed this term? Assessment will be based on class discussions, class work, weekly homework and an end of term written exam. Assessment 1: mock exam Assessment 2: End of Term test Assessment 3: mock exam Assessment 4: End of Term test How can I help my child in this subject? Encouraging your child to read credible newspapers and keeping up to date with current affairs on the news will prove to be very beneficial. Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact me at school from 8.30am-4.00pm, if you have any questions or concerns. You may also leave a written message in your child s homework diary. Alternatively, please 17 of 23

18 Textbook: Geog 3, 4 th edition Rosemarie Gallagher, Richard Parish, Oxford University Press. ISBN: of 23

19 DT Term: Year: Teacher: Autumn Term Term 9 boys Mr A Miah Graphics / Resistant Materials - MDF Clock 1 st Half Term: In this half term students will research the theme of Islamic Design.They will complete in depth research about their chosen area of topic. They will also carry out market research, cover some design work skills and experiment with different techniques. They will make some prototypes of their models. 2 nd Half Term: In this half term students will begin to design and make their clocks. How will my child be assessed this term? Your child will be assessed by their practical and design skills. How can I help my child in this subject? Your child will benefit from having access to ICT facilities, text books and by listening and watching YouTube clips from various designers. You can also help them by assisting them at home and giving your feedback on their practical work.. It would be advisable for parents to regularly ask their children about what they are doing in class as a way of helping them revise and analyse what they are taught. Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact me at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, leave a note in your child s homework diary and I will try to give you a written response on the same day. 19 of 23

20 DT Term: Year: Teacher: Autumn Term Term 9 girls Mr A Miah 1 st Half Term: In this half term students will research the theme of Mobile Phones.They will complete in depth research about their chosen area of topic. They will also carry out market research, cover some design work skills and experiment with different techniques. They will make some prototypes of their models. 2 nd Half Term: In this half term students will begin to design and make their boards. How will my child be assessed this term? Your child will be assessed by their practical and design skills. How can I help my child in this subject? Your child will benefit from having access to ICT facilities, text books and by listening and watching YouTube clips from various designers. You can also help them by assisting them at home and giving your feedback on their practical work.. It would be advisable for parents to regularly ask their children about what they are doing in class as a way of helping them revise and analyse what they are taught. Who do I contact if I have concerns about my child s progress in this subject? Please feel free to contact me at the school from :00 if you have any questions or concerns. Alternatively, leave a note in your child s homework diary and I will try to give you a written response on the same day. 20 of 23

21 Al-Khair Religious Studies Curriculum Map Y9 Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Subject Topic Tafseer & Stories - Tafsee of Al-Adiyat to Ad-Duha - Stories from the lives of the Prophets. Hadith & Stories - Hadith 12 to 17 - Stories from the lives of the Prophets. Fiqh & Seerah - Fiqh of Fasting Seerah: Pre -Islamic period Athkar & Seerah - Hisn Ul Muslim Seerah: Pre -Islamic period Book of Manners & Stories - Kitab ul-abad from Riyad us-salihe en - Stories from the lives of the Sahabah. Summer 2 World Religions & Stories - World Religions - Stories from lives of the Tabaeen British Values Everyone is free to choose their religion. The prophets wanted the greatest good for all of mankind so love and compassion for all. Evils of society that we should work to cure for the betterme nt of everyone s life. Evils of society that we should work to cure for the bettermen t of everyone s life. Sahabah wanted good for non-musl ims. Treated them justly. Tabaeen did not resort to the hatred we see today towards non-muslims. Character and developme nt Sex and relationship education topics appropriate for the needs of students. Honesty and truthfulnes s: In all matters, with both Muslims and non-muslim s Respect for Parents and Elders in general. Kindness and compassio n for all. Not being wasteful: Food, money, electricity etc. Implementin g the deen and being confident. Resource T- Mosshaf.com. قص الا نبیاء لنبیل العودى Mufti Menk الا ربعین النوویة قص الا نبیاء لنبیل العودى Mufti Menk السیرة النبویة لنبیل العودى Mufti Menk A: Hisn ul Muslim السیرة النبویة لنبیل العودى Mufti Menk H: Riyad us-saliheen صور من حیاة الصحابة Nelsons books صور من حیاة التابعین 21 of 23

22 Al Khair School Spanish 9 Autumn Topic Grammar Activity Homework Assessment Week1 Greetings Question words Greet each other in class Week2 Greetings Use Using tu and usted to address people Use question marks appropriately Week3 Week4 Week5 Week 6 Week 7 Numbers The calendar Months and days Food likes and dislikes School vocabulary School subjects Daily school routines Use the Y to indicate and Use the verb to be (ser) Capitalization rules for days and months and plurals in days and months Use personal pronouns to express likes and dislikes To use the verb to have Do you have a Indefinite article Begin to conjugate verbs in present tense Week 8 Family To use the verb to have Do you have? Use possessive pronouns in singular and plural Week9 Animals Descriptions and colours To review the verb to be (ser) Use adjectives that agree in gender and number Week10 Character, description s To use the verb to be (estar) Understand the 22 of 23 And say your name Practice greeting each other Using different names Practice asking for a telephone number in a conversation Practice numbers by writing checks in Spanish Use cards to ask each other s birthdays Practice vocabulary using menus to order food. Create their own menus Review school vocabulary including un and una Ask whether you have a school item using pictures Describe what you do in school. Write sentences describing what people do in school. Use the verb to have and possessive pronouns to practice using the members of the family Name the animals and describe them using colours and size. Review the verb to be (ser) Use adjectives to describe people Write a conversation using the phrases from the lesson Write checks in Spanish Complete a conversation and create a calendar of important events. Create a healthy menu for one day Label the items in the classroom Write a list of things you do in school Write a paragraph about your family Make a brochure for a zoo. Write a post card Class assessment Class assessment Complete the calendar Make a food pyramid Match the pictures with the words Closed paragraph Complete a family tree Match the animal picture to the description Describe the character

23 difference between ser and estar describing a friend. on the picture Week11 Names of European and Spanish speaking countries To review the verb to be Appropriate suffix for nationalities for males and females Conversation asking what is your nationality. Match the country with the nationality Complete a report on a Spanish speaking country Complete the map in Spanish 23 of 23

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