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					QCA Ref   Qualification Type   Qualification Title/Aims




100/2002/0 GCSE                English




100/2003/2 GCSE                English Literature
J516         GCSE   Mathematics C




                    Entry Level Certificate in Science
100/1241/2
                    GCSE Science A
100/5561/7
             GCSE   GCSE Biology A
100/5564/2
                    GCSE Chemistry A
100/5566/6
                    GCSE Physics A
100/5565/4
GCSE   Art and Design (Fine Art)
GCSE   Art and Design (3-D Design)
GCSE   Design & Tech. Food Tech




GCSE   Design & Tech. Graph. Prods.
GCSE   Design & Tech. Sys. Cont.




GCSE   Design & Tech. Text. Tech
                  Design & Technology:
100/5566/6 GCSE
                  Product Design (Pilot)




          GCSE    Geography Specification A
GCSE   History B (Modern World)




GCSE   Law




GCSE   Economics
GCSE   French




GCSE   Spanish
          GCSE    Drama




100/1296/5 GCSE   Music
GCSE   Performing Arts: Dance




GCSE   Home Economics: Child Development
          ELC     Home Economics: Child Development




          GCSE        Physical Education & Sport




                  Diploma in Digital Applications
100/5324/4 DiDA
                  Level 1
                  Diploma in Digital Applications
100/5327X DiDA
                  Level 2




                  Certificate in Digital Applications
100/5323/2 CiDA
                  Level 1




                  Certificate in Digital Applications
100/5323/2 CiDA
                  Level 2
100/4945/9         Certificate for ICT Users

             VRQ

100/4946/0         Diploma for ICT Users
100/4947/4         Certificate for ICT Users
                   Level 2
             VRQ
                   Diloma for ICT Users
100/4948/4         Level 2
100/1964/9 Applied GCSE   Applied Business Studies




          Applied GCSE    Health & Social Care (Double Award)
NVQ - Level 1   Construction




BHS - Stage 1   Rural & Business Management




                Duke of Edinburgh
                Bronze Award
                Silver Award
GCSE




GCSE Short Course
                     Sector /
Marketing Title      Subject       Level
                     Category




English Langauge                12 Level 1/2




English Literature              12 1/2
Mathematics   2 1/2




Science       2 1/2
Art - Painting & Drawing   9 1/2
Art - Ceramics   9 1/2
Technology - Food               4 1/2




Technology -Graphics Products   4 1/2
Technology - Systems & Control   4 1/2




Technology - Textiles            4 1/2
Technology - Product Design    4 1/2




Geography                     11 1/2
History     10 1/2




Law         15 1/2




Economics   15 1/2
French    12 1/2




Spanish   12 1/2
Drama   9 1/2




Music   9 1/2
Dance                    9 1/2




Child Care Development   1 1/2
Child Care Development          1




Physical Education                  1/2




Information Technology (DiDA)   6 1/2
Information Technology (DiDA)   6 1/2




ICT                             6 1/2




ICT                             6 1/2
Information Technolog (New Clait)   61
Information Technolog - CLAIT Plus   61
Business Studies       15 1/2




Health & Social Care    1 1/2
Construction                 5




Rural Agricultural Career    3




Duke of Edinburgh Award     11
Religious Studies     10 1/2




Religious Education   10 1/2
                                                               Age        Interests, Prior
                                         Course       Awarding Range -    Learning or
Description
                                         Length       Body     pre16,     Qualifications
                                                               post-16,   needed
Course Content:                                                14-19
The course will assess skills in
Speaking and Listening, Reading and
Writing.
Reading must cover pre and post 1914,
poetry and drama including a
Shakespeare play, work from the
English literary heritage, texts from other
cultures, non-fiction and media texts.
Assessment is by coursework and
examination.                                2 Years   WJEC     pre 16
Speaking and Listening - 20% covering
a range of individual, group and drama
focused activities with three
assignments for final assessments.
Written coursework 20% with four
pieces submitted for final assessment
including two responses to reading and
two pieces of extended writing.
Examination consists of two written
papers of two hours duration each.
Course Content:
Six texts to be studied from the English
National Curriculum reading lists
Prose, poetry and drama must be
covered including a least one
Shakespeare play
One text of substance published before
1900 and one text of substance
published after 1900 in each of drama,
poetry and prose.                                                         Interest in
Assessment is by coursework and                                           Reading and
examination.                                                              enjoyment of a
Coursework details:                         2 Years   WJEC     pre 16     variety of writers
Four assignments for final assessment                                     and genres
covering prose, drama and poetry.
Length of assignments will vary with
                                                                          would be an
ability but answers must comprise a                                       advantage.
detailed, substantial response to the
text.
Examination: One paper, 2 ½ hours.
Three sections covering prose, drama
and poetry. Candidates will not be able
to take set texts into the exam. The
poetry section is based on an unseen
poem.
Course Content:
The course builds upon and introduces
new areas of work
· It covers Number, Algebra, Shape and
Space, Handling Data
· The course uses computers, calculator
and non-calculator methods
· Integrated within the course is a
consideration of mathematical
application
· Mathematical Investigations, practical
work and traditional methods are
included                                   2 years   OCR   pre 16
· Aural work
Assessment is by coursework and
examination.
Coursework:
Throughout the course pupils will
develop a folio of work which will include
investigation and statistical work.
Examinations:
Year 10 Module Tests in January and
June, Year 11 Module Tests in March
Year 11 - Terminal Examination
Course Content:
Pupils complete 3 Biology, 3 Chemistry
and 3 Physics modules in Year 10 (see
dates below). A similar pattern will be
followed in Year 11.
Assessment is by coursework and
examination.
Coursework:
One piece of coursework completed
during the spring term and one case
study completed before June.
                                         2 years     OCR   pre16
Written Examinations:
January - First 6 modules tested. 2 x 40
minute written papers each containing a
mix of Biology, Physics and
Chemistry.June - Final 3 modules
tested. 1 x 40 minute written paper and
an Ideas In Context Exam based on
whole years work and material sent by
exam board before the exam. 1 x 45
minute written paper.Year Eleven -
similar format to above
Course Content:
. Observed drawing in pencil, crayon,
pastel, paint, ink etc
· Imaginative work in paint, pencil,
crayon, pastel etc
· Developing ideas both from
observation and from fantasy
· Self initiated projects (developing your
own ideas)
· Painting - water colour, oil paint, oil                           Enjoyment of
pastel (from observation and                                        Art
imagination)
                                                                    Ability to draw
Coursework Details:                        2 Years   AQA   pre 16
A minimum of three projects – which                                 from
should include ideas sheets and                                     direct
finished images, developing your own                                observation
ideas and using a full range of
materials.
Examination Details:
A final exhibition (60% of your final
mark)A practical examination taking 10
hours over two days (40% of your final
mark)
Course Content:
·Two year course leading to Art &
Design: 3D Design at GCSE
· All hand-building techniques covered
· A wide range of decorative/finishing
techniques covered
· History of Art and Ceramics project
work
· Homework includes: Research,
Design, Drawing and method structures
· Pupils must be self motivated and able
to work on individually generated
projects and will need to enjoy working
with clay
· An ability to draw is helpful, but not                          Interest and
essential                                                         Ability
Coursework Details:
                                         2 Years   AQA   pre 16   to work in 3
Pupils are expected to be able to
support their completed 3D ceramic                                Dimensions
work with in-depth research, design                               are essential
work, drawn work and studies in the
History of Art and the History of
Ceramics. Pupils should develop a
range of work in order that a Final
Exhibition including coursework (60% of
marks) and exam work (40% of mark)
can be mounted.
Examination Details:
One month will be the preparatory
period for examination research and
design work. There is a very important
final exhibition of 3D work associated
research and planning, sketchbooks
Course Content:
Knowledge and understanding in food
technology is developed through:
· Investigating and research of selected
topics
· Designing good quality food products
· Making food products using a range of
ingredients
· Using a range of techniques,
processes and equipment
· Improving and modifying those food
products for a particular need
· Evaluating their design work and their                            Enjoyment of
food products for a particular need      2 Years   EDEXCEL pre 16   working with
· Health and safety is emphasised at all                            Food
times· Relate work to current industrial
practices
Coursework Details:
Practical work is considered important
and is allocated 40% of the coursework
mark. 20% is given for designing skills.
This consists of a major project, based
on a chosen topic including a folio of
design work, giving evidence of the
practical work that has been completed.
A maximum of 20 A3 sides (40 x A4
sides)
Course Content
· Designing and modelling a product of
student‟s choice
· Develop a range of graphic/drawing
techniques                                                          An interest in
· Develop a range of modelling
                                                                    learning how to
techniques and manufacturing
processes                                                           design
· Use of computer graphics, computer                                and model
aided design, computer aided           2 years     EDEXCEL pre 16   quality
manufacture                                                         products
· Develop an awareness of industrial
                                                                    through
practices and manufacturing techniques
Coursework Details                                                  professional
Coursework is worth 60% of the GCSE                                 methods
Pupils must produce a detailed A3 size
project folder and appropriate 3D
models, which represent a variety of
designing and making skills.
Course Content:
· Understanding how components are
assembled to create a circuit
· Mini project in Year 10, which leads
                                                                       An interest in
onto pupils designing and making a
major project that solves a problem of                                 learning how to
their choice in Year 11.                                               desgin
· Modelling electronic circuits using ICT                              and make
· Designing and making electronic                                      quality
circuits (soldering and wiring printed
                                                                       electronic
circuit boards)
· Designing and making electronic
                                            2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16   products.
products (making a container and                                       A good
assembling the circuit)                                                understanding
· Develop an awareness of industrial                                   of numeracy
practices and manufacturing techniques                                 and the
Coursework Details:
                                                                       ability to apply
Coursework is worth 60% of the GCSE.
Pupils must produce a detailed A3 size                                 formulas
project folder (20 pages).
Pupils must design and make a usable
quality product of their choice.
Course Content:
· Use of textiles in everyday life
· Endless opportunities to create an
exciting “New Look”
· Specific to either fashion garments or
furnishings· Research skills
· Designing and making skills
· Evaluating completed work
Coursework Details:                                                    Should be
A single project must be completed.                                    enthusiastic and
Although the tasks will be set by the                                  willing
exam board a wide interpretation of the 2 Years       EDEXCEL pre 16
                                                                       to be
tasks can allow pupils to show and
                                                                       adventurous in
develop their own ideas, design sheets
and practical techniques.                                              ideas
The coursework will be assessed by the
teacher.
Written Examination Details:
The written paper will consist of two tiers
of assessment.
The higher tier A* - D will be 2 hours.
The foundation tier C – D will be 2
hours.
Course Content:
· Creative design based activities based
on 4 units
· Units can be taken in any order· Units
can be retaken
· Evidence of portfolio can be submitted
on paper, CD or via e-portfolio with
video or sound clips
· There is no material bias
· The examination has no tiering
· Units can be taken in two windows in
January and June
· Units can be taken in Year 10 and                               An interest in
Year 11                                                           development
Coursework Details:                                               of innovation
Unit 1 - Developing and applying         2 Years   OCR   pre 16
                                                                  and flair when
design skills
                                                                  designing
Unit 2 - Designing and modelling
challenge                                                         products.
Unit 3 - Making, Testing and Marketing
Unit 4 - Designing influences
Written Examination:
1 hour 30 minutes The exam is based
on knowledge and understanding of the
factors that influence designing.
Candidates will be given prior
knowledge of the exam focus ie
Resistant Materials, Post War Era,
Bakelite, Radios, TV or other domestic
products made predominately from
Bakelite.Content:
Course
· Geographical skills eg map reading,
interpreting photographs
· Three Physical Geography topics eg
coasts, rivers, rainforests, earthquakes
and volcanoes
· Three Human Geography topics eg
settlement, tourism, industry
Coursework Details:
Fieldwork.
Pupils will carry out surveys in and
                                         2 Years   AQA   pre 16
around Chorley and Southport collecting
data on aspects of physical and human
Geography eg sand dunes, land use,
housing.
Written Examination:
Two examination papers.
Paper 1: Geographical skills and
Physical Geography
Paper 2: Human Geography
Course Content:
· Core Units International Relations
1918 - 1989
  Britain 1906 - 1918
· Depth Studies Russia 1917 - 1941
Coursework Details:
Coursework 1: - The Role of Michael        1 year
Collins in the Irish war of Independence
Coursework 2: - The Easter Rising of
                                           or        OCR   pre 16
1916                                       2 years
Written Examination Details:
Paper 1 (37.5%) 1 hour 45 minutes -
International Relations/Russia (1917 –
1941)
Paper 2 (37.5%) 1 hour 45 minutes - 2
hours – Britain (1906 – 1918)
Course Content:
All aspects of English/Welsh Law
covering topics such as:
· Criminal Law – Crimes
· Civil Law - Negligence, Defamation,                               A good ability in
Nuisance· Courts - Judge/Jury                                       English,
· Contract Law                                                      self motivation
· Consumer Law
Coursework Details:
                                           1 year    AQA   pre 16   and
Two pieces of coursework of 1250                                    concentration
words in length                                                     are
Titles are discussed with the teacher                               necessary.
Written Examination Details:
One exam paper lasting two hours.
Two compulsory questions and two
choice questions.
Coursework Content:
The course is a general course in
Economics.
It covers areas such as:-
Production - how companies make
decisions
Trade - balance of payment                                          Good ability in
Taxation - types of taxes/why taxes                                 English and
Money/Finance
                                                                    Maths.
Wages/Income etc                           1 year    AQA   pre 16
Coursework Details:                                                 Ability to think in
One piece of coursework which is                                    a logical
related to the course.                                              manner.
The coursework should be 2,500 words
in length.
Written Examination Details:
One written paper which consists of
short answer questions and some
problem solving questions.
Course Content:
· The course offers Foundation Level or
Higher Level entry in a combination of
coursework and examination. Pupils will
be entered for one level OR the other in
each of the four Attainment Targets.
· 25% will be written coursework
  75% will be for the examination (25%
each for listening, speaking and
reading)
Coursework Details:
Written coursework is done in class
under teacher supervision; preparation 2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16
pieces are done as homework.
Written coursework will be sent to the
Examination Board moderators towards
the end of the year of the exam.
Written Examination Details:
Students will have to complete exams in
Summer of 2007/2008 (dependant on
the one year or the two year courses.
They will be entered for speaking,
listening and reading. Students entering
at Foundation level will be graded C-G.
Students entering at Higher level will be
CourseD-A*.
graded Content:
· The course offers Foundation Level or
Higher Level entry in a combination of
coursework and examination. Pupils will
be entered for one level OR the other in
each of the four Attainment Targets.
· 25% will be written coursework
  75% will be for the examination (25%
each for listening, speaking and
reading)
Coursework Details:
Written coursework is done in class
under teacher supervision; preparation 2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16
pieces are done as homework.
Written coursework will be sent to the
Examination Board moderators towards
the end of the year of the exam.
Written Examination Details:
Students will have to complete exams in
Summer of 2007/2008 (dependant on
the one year or the two year course.
They will be entered for speaking,
listening and reading. Students entering
at Foundation level will be graded C-G.
Students entering at Higher level will be
graded D-A*.
Course Content:
· Practical experience of performance
· Learning drama skills and techniques
· Creating work for performance
· Theatre visits
· Focus on improvisation and scripted                                Interest in
performance                                                          Performing Arts
Coursework Details:                                                  and Theatre.
Two pieces of practical coursework.
                                         2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16
                                                                     Ability to
Students prepare two major pieces of                                 memorise a
work for performance. Coursework also
includes written assignments detailing
                                                                     script
preparation and rehearsal for
performances.
Written Examination Details:
None. Performance exam.
Course Content:
· Performance: students will be able to
play an instrument, develop their skills
and techniques and prepare several
performances throughout the course.
· Composition of a number of works
· Study of the development of music in
history
                                                                     Enjoy music of
Coursework Details:
· Composition of 2 pieces -1) For your
                                                                     all kinds.
own instrument 2)In a style of an area                               Able to play an
of study                                                             instrument or
· Performance of pieces, one of them as
                                         2 years   OCR      pre 16
                                                                     sing
a solo performance and at least one as                               Enjoy
part of an ensemble.
· Appraisal of 2 pieces of music
                                                                     performing
Written Examination Details:                                         and composing
One 1 hour listening exam. Pupils will
be expected to listen to and analyse
music from various eras and cultures.
(25%)
Terminal Task: Compose a short piece
in 25 minutes from a choice of given
stimuli. (15%)
Course Content:
· Students will study the meaning and
significance of dance and the historical
and social context
· Students will develop a breadth of
vocabulary in the technical future of
dance skills
· Students will study 4 professional
dance works· Students will perform set
works and choreograph their own
dances
· Students will learn to analyse and
interpret set works showing an
appreciation for dance                                             A love of dance
Coursework Details:                                                and
 60% Performance and Choreography                                  styles of dance.
Performance (20%) Students must
                                          2 years   AQA   pre 16
                                                                   Some
perform in one group dance                                         experience of
Choreography (30% + 10%) Students
must choreograph one dance and write
                                                                   dance.
a programme note on their piece
Practical Exam (20%) Set Study -
Students must perform a set study
(dance)
Written Paper (20%) 2 hours
Section A - Short answer questions
on syllabus content
Section B - Questions based on the
study of a set work and 4 other
professional dances
Section C - One essay questions on
an Area of Study
Course Content:
Family, pre-conception, pregnancy, birth
and post-natal care.
Physical, intellectual, emotional and
social development of the child.
Special needs and community service.
Coursework Details:
The coursework accounts for 50% of the
final grade.
The coursework involves an
                                          2 years   AQA   pre 16
observational study of a child 0-5 years
over a six month period. The study will
incorporate research skills and
development of the child physically,
intellectually, emotionally and socially.
Written Examination Details:
Foundation G – C 1½ hours
Higher D - A* 2 hours
Course Content:
· Family and Child Care provision
· Pregnancy
· Care of a new born baby
· Plus three teacher controlled
assignments                              2 years   AQA      pre 16
Coursework Details:
· Three portfolios containing evidence
from teacher assignments
Written Examination Details:
· Three 40 minute unit tests
Course Content:
Pupils will study in depth and be
examined in the following:
· Body functions (basic Anatomy and
Physiology)
· General Health and Fitness (exercise,
training and diet)
· Sports Injuries (causes, recognition
and treatment)
· Candidates must select, study and be
examined in four practical sports
· Pupils must have a good knowledge of
Science in particular Biology
Coursework Details:                                                  Proof of
Pupils will study a choice of three                                  perforance
games (netball, hockey, football,                                    in the four
basketball, rugby etc) plus athletics or 2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16
                                                                     sports
exercise component.
Theory lesson will be undertaken
                                                                     studied is
weekly.                                                              essential
Pupils will be assessed and graded on
each of the sports and this mark goes
towards the final grade.
Pupils must have correct PE kit plus
football boots.
Pupils have to submit a personal
exercise programme for one of their
chosen activities.
Written Examination Details:
Duration 1 ¾ hours (40%)
A) Anatomy and Physiology, B) Factors
affecting participation in Physical
Activity, C) Safety Aspects of Physical
Course Content:
There are 4 units
Unit 1: Using ICT -
Unit 2: Multimedia
Unit 3: Graphics                         2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16
Unit 4: ICT in Enterprise
The course is 100% coursework
The great thing is that each unit is
worth 1 GCSE
Course Content:
There are 4 units
Unit 1: Using ICT -
Unit 2: Multimedia
Unit 3: Graphics
Unit 4: ICT in Enterprise                  2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16
The course is 100% coursework
The great thing is that each unit is worth
1 GCSE


Course Content:
There are 4 units to choose from, 2 units
must be completed
Choose two from:
Unit 1: Using ICT
Unit 2: Multimedia                        2 years    EDEXCEL pre 16
Unit 3: Graphics
Unit 4: ICT in Enterprise
The course is 100% coursework
The great thing is that each unit is
worth 1 GCSE
Course Content:
There are 4 units to choose from, 2 units
must be completed
Choose two from:
Unit 1: Using ICT
Unit 2: Multimedia                        2 Years    EDEXCEL pre 16
Unit 3: Graphics
Unit 4: ICT in Enterprise
The course is 100% coursework
The great thing is that each unit is
worth 1 GCSE
CLAiT 2006 is a nationally recognized
ICT qualification which is offered to
students in schools and colleges and
well as to adults who want to update
their ICT skills. You will receive
certificates to recognise your
achievements throughout the course.
CLAiT 2006 is very relevant to the skills
you need in school and also in the work
environment. You can achieve single
units, a Certificate in ICT or a Diploma
in ICT. For a Certificate, you must pass
three units; for a Diploma you must
achieve five units – both of these must
include compulsory unit.
The ICT skills will you develop?
o File Management and Word                2 years   OCR   pre 16
processing (using Word)
o Creating Spreadsheets and Graphs
(using Excel)
o Databases (using Access)
o Desk Top Publishing (using Publisher)
o Creating Presentations (using
PowerPoint)
o Graphics (using Corel Draw)
o Web site creation (using FrontPage)
o Email Communication
CLAiT 2006 is a nationally recognized
ICT qualification which is offered to
students in schools and colleges and
well as to adults who want to update
their ICT skills. You will receive
certificates to recognise your
achievements throughout the course.
CLAiT 2006 is very relevant to the skills
you need in school and also in the work
environment. You can achieve single
units, a Certificate in ICT or a Diploma
in ICT. For a Certificate, you must pass
three units; for a Diploma you must
achieve five units – both of these must
include compulsory unit.
The ICT skills will you develop?
o File Management and Word                2 years   OCR   pre 16
processing (using Word)
o Creating Spreadsheets and Graphs
(using Excel)
o Databases (using Access)
o Desk Top Publishing (using Publisher)
o Creating Presentations (using
PowerPoint)
o Graphics (using Corel Draw)
o Web site creation (using FrontPage)
o Email Communication
Coursework Content:
The course is split into three different
units:
Unit 1 - Investigating Business
Unit 2 - People and Business
Unit 3 - Business Finance
Coursework Details:
There are two main projects set for the
coursework, both involve working with
real life businesses.
                                                                   An interest in
The coursework, for unit 1 examines,                               how
how businesses are set up, the                                     businesses are
departments within a business and their
                                          2 years   AQA   pre 16
                                                                   set
function.                                                          up and
 For unit 2 the coursework focuses on
people and business, looking at
                                                                   organised
stakeholders, employers and
employees, and others who have an
effect of the business.
Written Examination Details:
There is a written examination for unit 3
of the course, business finance.
The examination is 1.5 hours long and
covers all aspects of business finance.
Course Content:
This is a double award GCSE - you will
be awarded two grades from A*A* to
GG.
This course studies the broad area of
Health and Social Care.
The course is divided into 3 units.
1. Health, Social Care and Early Years
2. Promoting Health & Well Being
3. Understanding Personal
Development & Relationships
Coursework Details:
The coursework accounts for 66% of the 2 years      OCR   pre 16
final grade.
 It involves 2 case studies:
Case Study 1 is the study of a client
group
Case Study 2 is the study of your Health
and Lifestyle or the healthy lifestyle of
another person. The studies will
incorporate research skills, handling
data, ICT and analysis.
Written Examination Details:
Foundation G – C
Higher        D – A*
Coursework Content:
The course will cover areas of the
building trade, such as plastering,
painting and decordating, building walls
and foundations
Coursework Details:                        2 years   pre 16
There will be both theory and practical
sessions involved in the course.
The course will be delivered off-site at
Albany Science College and lead to an
NVQ Level 1 qualification.
Coursework Content:
Pupils would need to spend two days
per week learning to work on the yard,
riding and to care for horses. Part of the
two days would be spent in the                                A real interest
classroom/the lecture theatre gaining                         in the equine
the under pinning knowledge necessary 2 Years        pre 16   world,
to achieve the BHS stage one award on                         working with
managing a rural business. Completion
                                                              horses
of the programme would prepare pupils
for entry to full time work, full time
further education or an apprenticeship in
a variety of vocational areas.
BRONZE AWARD
This award is well recognised
throughout the country and it is awarded
at three levels, Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Pupils can only begin on the Bronze
award at the age of 14. There are four
strands to the Duke of Edinburgh Award
Scheme:-
Skills
Service                                   2 Years    pre 16
Physical Activity
Expedition
Pupils who pass Bronze can then move
onto try for their Silver, when the
Expedition will be for a longer period of
time and more difficult.
We have enlisted the support of a group
called „World Challenge‟ to assist us
with the Expedition element.
Course Content:
Religion and life - Moral issues from the
perspective of Christianity and Islam
                                                                     Pupils with an
Religion and Society - Contemporary
and traditional issues from the                                      enquiring mind,
perspective of Christianity and Islam                                understanding
Coursework Details:                       2 years   EDEXCEL pre 16   and
Two coursework assigments related to                                 appreciation of
the course content
                                                                     other
Written Examination:
Two written papers consisting of a
                                                                     people's views.
mixture of short answer questions and
paragraph type questions.
Course Content:
Religion and life - Moral issues                                     Pupils with an
from the perspective of                                              enquiring mind,
Christianity and Islam                                               understanding
Coursework Details:                                                  and
One coursework assigment                                             appreciation of
Written Examination:                                                 other
                                        1 year      EDEXCEL pre 16
One written paper                                                    people's views.
                       Maximum
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                       Number
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                                                  English,
Southlands                                        Speaking,
High         Dictionary     210                   Listening,
School                                            Reading,
                                                  Writing




                                                  Prose, Poetry,
                                                  Drama,
Southlands   Set texts
                                                  Shakespeare,
High         for            210
                                                  Reading,
School       annotation
                                                  Fiction,
                                                  Non-Fiction
                                 Number,
                                 Shape and
Southlands   Calculator,
                                 Space,
High         Geometrical   210
                                 Algebra,
School       Equipment
                                 Handling Data,
                                 Mathematics




                                 Science,
                                 Biology,
Southlands
                                 Physics,
High         Calculator    210
                                 Chemistry,
School
                                 Earth Science,
                                 Astronomy,
             A variety of
             Art materials
Southlands                        Fine Art,
             will be
High                         70   Painting,
             required
School                            Drawing
             for use at
             home
Southlands
High         None   20
School
                                  Food,
                                  Food
             Own
Southlands                        Products,
             ingredients
High                        100   Catering,
             required for
School                            Manufacturing,
             coursework
                                  Design,
                                  Technology




                                  design,
                                  product,
                                  modelling,
                                  manufacturing,
Southlands
                                  processes
High                         40
                                  3D
School
                                  techniques
                                  CAD
                                  computer
                                  aided design
                                electronics,
                                circuits,
                                components,
Southlands                      soldering,
High                       25   wiring,
School                          printed circuit
                                boards,
                                industrial
                                practices




                                                  textiles,
Southlands                                        furnishings,
             Fabric(s)
High                       25                     garments,
             for project
School                                            fashion,
                   Creative
                   design,
Southlands         design,
High          20   products,
School             modelling,
                   ICT,




                   Geography,
                   maps,
                   tourism,
Southlands
                   earthquakes,
High         140
                   rainforest,
School
                   rivers,
                   volcanoes,
                   industry
                                            History,
Southlands                                  Russia,
High                      80                International
School                                      Relations,




                             Law,
                             Criminal
                             Law,
                             Civil Law,
Southlands                   Negligence,
High                      30 Judge, Jury,
School                       Contract
                             Law,
                             Consumer
                             Law,
                             Court




                             Economics,
                             Production,
                             Trade,
Southlands   Offered in
                             Taxation,
High         Year 10      30
                             Money,
School       only
                             Fiance,
                             Wages,
                             Income,
             French
Southlands   dictionary.         French,
High         French        120   Language,
School       Revision
             Guide




             Spanish
Southlands   Dictionary.
                                 Spanish,
High         Spanish        60
                                 Language
School       Revision
             Guide
                  Drama,
                  Performing
Southlands        Arts,
High         30   Theatre,
School            Script,
                  performance,




                  music,
                  compose,
Southlands
                  perform,
High         20
                  instrument,
School
                  sing,
                                dance,
                                choreographer
Southlands
                                s,
High                       25
                                styles of
School
                                dance,




             Access to a
             child aged
             between 0 -        children,
Southlands   5 years to         child care,
High         observe       60   development,
School       over               family,
             a six month        nursery
             period of
             time.
                               children,
                               child care,
                               development,
Southlands                     family,
High                      25   nursery
School




                               physical
                               education,
                               Sport,
                               physical
                               activity,
Southlands   Sports            netball,
High         kit/         40   hockey,
School       equipment         football,
                               basketball,
                               rugby,
                               athletics,
                               fitness,
                               training




                               ICT,
                               Information
Southlands                     Technology,
High                     120   Computer,
School                         PC,
                               Digital
                               Application
                   ICT,
                   Information
Southlands         Technology,
High         120   Computer,
School             PC,
                   Digital
                   Application



                   ICT,
                   Information
Southlands         Technology,
High         120   Computer,
School             PC,
                   Digital
                   Application



                   ICT,
                   Information
Southlands         Technology,
High         120   Computer,
School             PC,
                   Digital
                   Application
                   ICT,
                   Information
Southlands
                   Technology,
High         210
                   Computer,
School
                   PC,
                   CLAIT
                   ICT,
                   Information
Southlands
                   Technology,
High         210
                   Computer,
School
                   PC,
                   CLAIT
                  Business,
                  business
Southlands
                  studies,
High         25
                  business
School
                  finance,




                  Health,
                  Social care,
Southlands
                  old people,
High         25
                  Nursery,
School
                  health
                  promotion
                    Construction,
Albany              Building,
Science        15   plastering,
College             painting,
                    decorating




                    equine,
2 days off          veterinary
               10
site                care,
                    horses




                    Expedition
Southlands
                    Camping
High
               20   Map Reading
School
                    Walking
and Off Site
                    Community
Southlands   Religion
High         Christianity
School       Islam




             Religion
             Christianity
Southlands
             Islam
High
School
Provider Name          Travel to Learn Area   Named Contact Person
Southlands High School                        Mrs Jill Niven
Email                        Telephone    Fax          web-site address
mail@southlands.lancs.sch.uk 01257 414455 01257 414460 www.southlands.lancs.sch.uk
ncs.sch.uk

				
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