A Knowledge Rich Curriculum at Selby High School
Research around memory suggests that if knowledge is studied once and not revisited or revised, it is not stored in the long-term memory. This means that after one lesson, or revising for one test, the knowledge will not be retained unless it is studied again. It won’t be recalled unless it is revisited frequently, which will embed it in the long term memory. In the long term this makes recall far easier. As part of home learning, students should be revising what they have been taught recently but also content they were taught previously. Therefore as part of our strategy to embed learning over time we have started to develop knowledge organisers across all year groups and curriculum areas. These will provide key content and knowledge allowing students to pre-learn and re-learn, a vital part of processing all the information required to be successful in the new style GCSE’s.
KS3 = Years 7 & 8
KS4 = Years 9, 10 & 11
1.1: Enterprise & Entrepreneurship
1.2: Spotting a Business Opportunity
1.4: Making the Business Effective
2.1: Growing the Business
2.2: Making Marketing Decisions
2.3: Marking Operational Decisions
2.4: Making Financial Decisions
2.5: Making Human Resources Decisions
Design and Technology
Years 10 & 11
Comedy & Activities
Knife Crime & Activities
Stanislavski & Activities
Blood Brothers Overview
Blood Brothers Revision material
DNA Dennis Kelly
Presenting & Performing Texts
Years 7, 8 & 9
Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar
What is History?
What is our History before 1066?
Who had control Middle Ages Hastings?
Who had control Middle Ages Impact of Normans?
What was life like in the Middle Ages?
How did our world view change religion?
How did our world view change civil war and after?
What was the slave trade?
Year 7 & 8
Year 9 Sports Science
Factors which influence the risk of injury
Appropriate warm up and cool down routines to prevent injury
Know how to respond to injuries within a sporting context
Know how to respond to common medical conditions within a sporting context
Aeorobic & Anaerobic Exercise
Classification of Skills
Commercialisation in Physical Activity & Sport
Components of Fitness
Diet & Nutrition
Dance: Component 1
Dance: Component 2
Dance: Component 3
Chemistry 1: Atomic Structure, Periodic Table
Chemistry 2: Bonding, structure & the properties of matter
Chemistry 3: Quantitive Chemistry
Chemistry 4 & 5: Chemical & Energy Changes
Chemistry 6: Rate & Extent of Chemical Change
Chemistry 7: Organic Chemistry
Chemistry 7a: Reactions of alkenes & alcohols
Chemistry 8: Separates
Chemistry 8: Trilogy
Chemistry 9: Chemistry of the Atmosphere
Chemistry 10: Using resources
Physics 1: Energy
Physics 2: Electricity
Physics 3: Particle model of matter
Physics 4: Atomic structure
Physics 5: Forces
Physics 6: Waves
Physics 7: Electromagnetism (Separates)
Physics 7: Electromagnetism (Trilogy)
Physics 8: Space
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