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Key Stage 3 – School Years 7 – 92019-05-14T13:30:26+00:00

Key Stage 3 – School Years 7 – 9

Key Stage 3 includes children in school years 7 to 9. We run separate groups for each school year for English and Maths.

Science lessons including Biology, Chemistry and Physics are available too.

English and Maths

To ensure your child is given the maximum attention, classes have six students maximum and are grouped by year. This 41-week program follows all topics and methods taught in the new National Curriculum syllabus.

English

Mathematics

Fluency in reading and writing Numbers – negative numbers, standard form, indices etc.
Comprehension and best practice techniques Operations – addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, BODMAS
Creative Writing in first and third person Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
Fiction and non-fiction writing using creative language – letters, instructions, recounts and biographies Measurement – time, length, weight, capacity and money, including conversions
Literature – Shakespeare and novels set in the 1900s Algebra
Poetry writing and analysis of techniques Geometry and space
Persuasive writing – balanced arguments, advertisements and letters Data handling – bar and line graphs, Venn and Carroll diagrams, probability and statistics
Essay writing – PEE structure Identifying properties of 2D and 3D shapes, transformations, reflection and rotation

Science

To ensure your child is given the maximum attention, classes have six students maximum and are grouped by year. This 41-week program follows all topics and methods taught in the new National Curriculum syllabus.

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Microscope, cells and respiration Solids, liquids and gases Energy transfer and heating
Nutrition and digestion Particle theory and physical change Energy resources and cost of electricity
Skeleton and muscular system Atoms, elements and compounds Speed and distance-time graphs
Breathing and gas exchange The periodic table Forces and motion
Human reproductive system and pregnancy Mixtures and separation techniques Moments
Drugs Properties of materials Waves and wave properties
Plant nutrition and reproduction Chemical reactions Light, colour and how we see
Food chains and food webs Acids and alkalis Sound and hearing
Dependence Reactivity series Series and parallel circuits
DNA and inheritance Chemical reactions Static electricity
Variation and natural selection The earth’s structure and rock types Magnets and electromagnets
The atmosphere The sun, stars and gravity
Carbon cycle Day, night and seasons

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