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  • English
  • Science
  • Mathematics

Course Overview

Literary texts that support and extend students in Years 10 as independent readers are drawn from a range of genres and involve complex, challenging and unpredictable plot sequences and hybrid structures that may serve multiple purposes. These texts explore themes of human experience and cultural significance, interpersonal relationships, and ethical and global dilemmas within real-world and fictional settings and represent a variety of perspectives. Informative texts represent a synthesis of technical and abstract information (from credible/verifiable sources) about a wide range of specialised topics. Text structures are more complex and include chapters, headings and subheadings, tables of contents, indexes and glossaries. Language features include successive complex sentences with embedded clauses, a high proportion of unfamiliar and technical vocabulary, figurative and rhetorical language, and dense information supported by various types of graphics and images.

Reading and Analysing Voices: Speeches Advertisements News and current affairs debates

Narrative Fiction Meta fiction Metanarrative

Reading and Analysing Poetry Modernism and Modernity Modernist poetry Long responses

Shakespeare Hamlet The soliloquy Stage performances

  • Term 1
  • Term 2
  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Introduction: The art of persuasion
Week 2
Civil rights and Movements 1: Speeches
Week 3
Civil rights and Movements 2: Women
Week 4
Politics and Affairs: Debates
Week 5
Politics and Affairs: Debates
Week 6
Introduction to Cancel culture
Week 7
Discursive Writing: News and Current Affairs
Week 8
Discursive Writing: Perspectives and Power
Week 9
Essay Response
Week 10
Essay Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Introduction Short Stories
Week 2
Characterisation
Week 3
Linear vs Circular Story Structure
Week 4
Dialogue Writing
Week 5
Art of Story-telling
Week 6
Symbolism in Narrative Fiction
Week 7
Find your creative process
Week 8
Consider meaning when you write
Week 9
Writing to Stimuli or impromptu
Week 10
Revision and Topic Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Introduction to Modernism
Week 2
Responding to modern world 1
Week 3
Responding to modern world 2
Week 4
Introduction to Long response
Week 5
Analytical response to poetry
Week 6
Building connection to modernism
Week 7
Imperialism
Week 8
Legacy of modernism
Week 9
Drafting response
Week 10
Long response assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Introduction to Hamlet
Week 2
Hamlet 1: revenge tragedy
Week 3
Hamlet 2: themes
Week 4
Hamlet 3: Appearance vs Reality
Week 5
Hamlet 4: Fate and free will
Week 6
Hamlet: Intepretations
Week 7
Hamlet’s transformation
Week 8
Hamlet’s essay
Week 9
Writing skills
Week 10
Essay Assessment

Course Overview

In the Year 10 curriculum students explore systems at different scales and connect microscopic and macroscopic properties to explain phenomena. Students explore the biological, chemical, geological and physical evidence for different theories, such as the theories of natural selection and the Big Bang.

Students develop their understanding of atomic theory to understand relationships within the periodic table. They understand that motion and forces are related by applying physical laws. They learn about the relationships between aspects of the living, physical and chemical world that are applied to systems on a local and global scale and this enables them to predict how changes will affect equilibrium within these systems.

Chemistry: Chemical World

Biology: Living World

Physics: Physical World

Earth and Space

  • Term 1
  • Term 2
  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Ionic Compounds 1
Week 2
Ionic Compounds 2
Week 3
Covalent Compounds
Week 4
Introduction to chemical reactions
Week 5
Acids and Bases
Week 6
Precipitation reactions
Week 7
Corrosion and electrochemistry
Week 8
Reaction energy and rate of reaction
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topics Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Theory of evolution
Week 2
Evidence of evolutions
Week 3
Human reproduction
Week 4
Cell Divisions and genetics
Week 5
DNA 1
Week 6
DNA 2
Week 7
Biotechnology
Week 8
Review
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topics Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Distance vs Displacement
Week 2
Speed vs Velocity
Week 3
Acceleration
Week 4
Newtons Laws
Week 5
Application of Newton’s Law 1
Week 6
Application of Newton’s Law 2
Week 7
Mechanical Energy
Week 8
The Law of conservation of Energy
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topics Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
The Big Bang
Week 2
Edwin Hubble's observations
Week 3
Age of the universe
Week 4
The evolution of the universe 1
Week 5
The evolution of the universe 2
Week 6
Review
Week 7
Second Hand Investigation 1
Week 8
Second Hand Investigation 2
Week 9
Practical Skills
Week 10
Topics Assessment

Course Overview

Students in Year 10 will further develop understanding and fluency in mathematics through inquiry, exploring and connecting mathematical concepts, choosing and applying problem-solving skills and mathematical techniques, communication, and reasoning. Students will learn all the three substrands of stage 5 mathematics to ensure students completion.

They will further study Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. Within these strands they will cover further depth and knowledge of a range of topic areas including: financial mathematics, algebraic techniques, equations, linear and non-linear relationships, surface area and volume, properties of geometrical figures, trigonometry, data collection and representation, data analysis, and probability.

By the end of Stage 5.1, students explain and verify mathematical relationships, select and use appropriate strategies to solve problems, and link mathematical ideas to existing knowledge and understanding. They use mathematical language and notation to explain mathematical ideas, and interpret tables, diagrams and text in mathematical situations.

By the end of Stage 5.2, students use mathematical arguments to reach and justify conclusions. When communicating mathematical ideas, they use appropriate mathematical language and algebraic, statistical and other notations and conventions in written, oral or graphical form. Students use suitable problem-solving strategies, which include selecting and organising key information, and they extend their inquiries by identifying and working on related problems.

By the end of Stage 5.3, students use deductive reasoning in problem solving and in presenting arguments and formal proofs. They interpret and apply formal definitions and generalisations and connect and apply mathematical ideas within and across substrands. They demonstrate fluency in selecting, combining and applying relevant knowledge, skills and understanding in the solution of familiar and unfamiliar problems.

Quadratic Equations Probability

Curve Sketching Non Linear Relationship Functions

Trigonometric Ratios Further Trigonometry

Polynomials Logarithms Financial Mathematics

  • Term 1
  • Term 2
  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Quadratic Equations 1
Week 2
Quadratic Equations 2
Week 3
Quadratic Equations 3
Week 4
Quadratic Equations 4
Week 5
Topic Assessment
Week 6
Probability 1
Week 7
Probability 2
Week 8
Probability 3
Week 9
Probability 4
Week 10
Topics Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Curve Sketching 1
Week 2
Curve Sketching 2
Week 3
Curve Sketching 3
Week 4
Curve Sketching 4
Week 5
Curve Sketching 5
Week 6
Non linear relationships 1
Week 7
Non linear relationships 2
Week 8
Functions 1
Week 9
Functions 2
Week 10
Topics Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Trigonometric Ratios 1
Week 2
Trigonometric Ratios 2
Week 3
Trigonometric Ratios 3
Week 4
Trigonometric Ratios 4
Week 5
Topics Assessment
Week 6
Further Trigonometry 1
Week 7
Further Trigonometry 2
Week 8
Further Trigonometry 3
Week 9
Further Trigonometry 4
Week 10
Topics Assessment
Week Topics
Week 1
Polynomials 1
Week 2
Polynomials 2
Week 3
Polynomials 3
Week 4
Logarithms 1
Week 5
Logarithms 2
Week 6
Logarithms 3
Week 7
Financial Mathematics 1
Week 8
Financial Mathematics 2
Week 9
Financial Mathematics 3
Week 10
Topics Assessment

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