Year 7 to 11 Curriculum Plans
The tiers change names at Year 9 as this is when student started their GCSE's at the school I worked at when I made these curriculum plans.
The reason that the curriculum plans separate into Foundation and Higher at Year 10 is because the content being studied differs for Foundation and Higher tier students at the stage. For example, Year 10 Unit 5 is 'Volume and Surface area' for foundation students and 'Circle Theorems' for the higher students. Whereas in Years 7 to 9, no matter what tier they are in, the content being studied has the same unit title.
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Foundation Crossover Higher
Year 11 - Higher
Year 11 - Foundation
Year 10 - Foundation
Year 10 - Higher
The Overview Page
The first page on every curriculum plan is an overview of the topics taught throughout the year.
It also shows the term, half term and number of weeks in each term. There is also the number of lessons allocated to each unit (this is a guideline based on 4 lessons a week in years 7 to 10 and 5 lessons a week in year 11).
There are links to every unit page so you don't have to click through the tabs along the bottom to get to the unit you need.
To the right hand side, I also included a list of the sets in this year, which teacher they had, the tier they were studying and their starters for easy reference.
The Unit Pages
Each unit then has its own page with the
objectives split into the different tiers that
are assessed. The Hegarty numbers are
referenced here again.
There are also 2 links to the right of each tier.
The first one will open up a 'Staff Shared Folder'.
This is an empty folder where your teachers
can put any useful resources they have that are
relevant to this topic and tier.
Hopefully this will encourage collaboration
amongst staff and sharing of resources.
I do intend to put my resources
into these folders so you have
some as a starting point (and you
get my resources all in the correct
folders ready for you!) but this will
be a slow and ongoing process
- probably over the course of a year!
The second link is to a 'DAR'
(Diagnostic > Assessment > Review)
folder where you will find the
diagnostics and assessments to be
used for this year and tier.
The 'Review' part is as above;
teachers should use this folder to
input anything they would like to
share that can be useful when
reviewing this units work.