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GSE Art and Design – BBC Bitesize

GCSE Art Extra Curricular Timetable

 Lunch 12.50 – 13.30Afterschool 3.30 – 4.30
TuesdayGCSE – EMI (N8)GCSE EMI (N8) & HBY (N9)
Wednesday GCSE HBY (N9)
ThursdayGCSE – EMI (N8)GCSE EMI (N8) & HBY (N9)


Computer Science

The exam board is EDEXCEL.


Craig n Dave videos -


CGP Books (there are no Edexcel books - choose OCR instead)  -


Educake - look every week for homework.


Oak academy lessons -


Replit - Python browser for programming practise -


W3 Schools - learn Python -

Design Technology

Please use Seneca learning to support your revision and preparation for your exam. Check your emails from Mr Gibson for new assignments and class code reminders.

You may also wish to look at the following: – this has a wealth of information and easy to use apps that you can download to your phones. - this covers everything you need to know.

Remember that we study the Edexcel specification and our specialist material category is timbers.


Revision Information for GCSE English Language and Literature

English Revision in School

There are currently workshops and tuition sessions taking place on a Wednesday during lunchtime and after school:

1pm – Room 12 – Drop-in clinic – no appointment necessary. There will be opportunities to have a go at past paper questions, take part in ‘live marking’ exercises and ‘Class Writes’ or just ask questions about the exam.

3.20pm - Rooms 11 and 12 – Component 1 Workshop (by invitation only)

3.20pm – Room 7 – English literature (see Miss McDowall for details)

3.20pm – Room 20 – Media Studies NEA support and Educake English revision (see Mr Aoun)

Revision Homework

A whole year group Educake quiz will be set each week by Mr Keown. This should be done as part of your revision strategy and alongside any homework set by your English teacher. Each week, the quiz will be on a different aspect of the language or literature specification. Educake offers instant feedback and the opportunity to take tests multiple times. You can also identify areas on which you would like to focus and set quizzes for yourself.

Revision Guides

You will be issued with a CGP revision guide for each of the four components of the English literature exam:

An Inspector Calls/Blood Brothers

A Christmas Carol

Romeo and Juliet

Eduqas Poetry Anthology

Study of this guide should form part of your ongoing revision strategy. You may, for example, use the information in the guides to make Lietner style flash cards. The guides are useful to recap and revise content learned in Year 10. You are responsible for keeping your revision guides in serviceable condition and returning them to school after the exam.

Links to external revision sites and further revision materials:

Youtube – Eduqas Walk-through Component 1 exam

BBC Bitesize Eduqas English language

BBC Bitesize Eduqas English literature


Eduqas English language past papers

Eduqas English literature past papers

Romeo and Juliet


Attached is the advance information from the exam board (AQA)

Attached is the formula sheet (one for Higher & one for Foundation) which you will have access to in the exam

All pupils have been set several mathswatch tasks based on each of their three papers to work through as part of their revision

Pupils also are doing weekly mocks with targeted questions set by the exam board with a focus on topics from each paper. When these are marked and given back, pupils should look over the mark schemes and go through their papers, looking up any topics on either mathswatch or corbettmaths that they are struggling with


AQA GCSE 2022 Advance Info




Year 11 French Revision Ideas  

Hi Everyone, 

We have put together a variety of things to keep busy with.  

  1. Ideally, you will look at everything in your red book and textbook regularly so that you don’t forget your vocabulary and grammar. Look at everything we have covered so far, right from the beginning!
  2. Attached are lots of documents for you to work through.  Use an online dictionary (DO NOT USE GOOGLE TRANSLATE!)  
  3. Record yourself saying your speaking test answers and listen to them as often as you can.  You know hundreds of lyrics without even trying, so try to do the same with your answers! 
  4. Go on practice grammar that you are not too keen on, or need some extra exercises in.  It marks it instantly for you!  
  5. Go onto the T Drive T:\Modern Foreign Languages\GCSE FRENCH\PAST EXAM PAPERS and email yourself some past papers - particularly for Listening. Each folder contains the Listening File, Question Paper and Mark Scheme. 
  6.  You could also use this website  

We are doing the AQA exam – but you may also wish to look at other exam boards for some extra practise. Remember these papers may be in s slightly different format and some topics may be slightly different – but they are still a way to listen and read at the appropriate level.  



Useful Websites  


This website is wonderful for playing games! It teaches you the words and then tests you on them in a variety of ways.  Click on Key Stage 4 French, and as we have to pay for this website, so it will need you to log on with these details: Username: bede1, Password: 5925 


You have probably already set up an account for this website, and we would also recommend you to download the app.  The link above takes you to our Studio textbook games, but feel free to play any KS4 French games you come across!  

   3) website has SO much on it! You can practise listening, reading and learn lots of new French.   

   4)      Another great app to download is Lyrics Training.  Its FREE and you can listen to 3 songs every 30 minutes which is more than enough, without paying any subscription.

You can use it to improve your French listening and it uses YouTube songs! You can select different genres, pop, rock, rap even Disney songs! There are all the current top 40 videos in here! If you use the karaoke setting, you can just read the lyrics and listen to the song, but if you just select beginner, intermediate or advanced, it removes words of the song and gives you a multiple choice to fill it in again. It's amazing!  


Again, this website matches our Studio textbook, so have fun playing a few games!  

As always, you are welcome to come to our Language Club on Monday and Thursday lunchtimes and Revision afterschool until 4pm on Tuesdays. Also, email us if you would like to practice something specific. 


We are here for you and will do everything we can to help you succeed!

GCSE Revision Strategy Sheet






Bonne chance!

Team MFL 


St Bede’s Catholic High School,

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Telephone: 01695 570335