Examination information and revision
GCSE information 2017/18
November mock timetable can be found here: Mock timetable Nov 2017
Fortnightly revision Sessions – Year 11
Double Award Science
|PE (GCSE and OCR)
Double Award Science
The following guides detail the GCSE courses on offer at KES Academy for 2017/18, including course code, exam board and textbook name and ISBN:
Here are some websites to help you consider your best approach to revision:
https://www.goconqr.com/en/gcse/revision-tips/ – superb advice on general revision and well-being at exam time
Revision website links for all GCSE subjects can be found here
A Level Revision
Use your grammar Work Book to practise. Don’t forget to check your answers at the back of the book!
Revise previous topics by using Dynamic Learning
Improve your listening skills by watching French films with French subtitles online: http://filmfra.com/
Information and quick quiz
Longer answer questions
Videos and ability to track progress
Science revision materials can be found here (please ask your tutor for the password).
Generic revision guides
Trilogy revision materials
Further English revision materials can be found here (please ask your tutor for the password).
Revision resources: Year 11 students are advised to work through ABRSM graded Theory books. These are used in our curriculum lessons to underpin understanding of the set works and are taken in regularly to mark and offer support where there are misconceptions.
The CGP revision guide for music is recommended and there will be an opportunity to purchase through the school later in the term. However, if you would like one before this time, the link to the book is here: https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/Student/books_gcse_music.book_MUES41
Further bespoke revision resources and activities will be provided one the course material has been covered.
After school revision sessions happen every Thursday until 4pm in D9
Below are the links for the Memrise groups to add in a new tab after having logged in (KS3 links can be useful for revision of key vocabulary such as Numbers, Colours, etc.):