Introducing the BRONTE Team
All year students have been assigned to a form in the Bronte college.
During registration every student is allocated to a Maths, English or Science Tutor group. As well as a focus on the pastoral needs of the students we now use the time for extra subject specific intervention. This gives students an extra hour and a half of core subject support each week.
- Monday – Assembly/assigned College activity
- Tuesday – Maths, English or Science specific intervention (dependant on the form in which you child is in)
- Wednesday – Maths, English or Science specific intervention (dependant on the form in which you child is in)
- Thursday – Maths, English or Science specific intervention (dependant on the form in which you child is in)
- Friday – Life long learning (PSHE programme)
The Bronte team consists of the following:
Should you wish to get in contact with any of the Bronte college team please use the details above.
Period 6 Information
To support out year 11 students and give them the best possible chance of success in their exams we run a series of period 6 lessons from 3:05 – 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Students have been given to opportunity to opt into these sessions in the majority of their subjects, which others been invited by subjects to improve based on their previous assessment scores.
All period 6 lessons as run by subject specialists with the aim being to work on exam preparation and revision for their upcoming examinations.
Allocated period 6 lessons will be visible to view on your child’s timetable.
The timetable of subjects for period 6 lessons are below:
It is essential that your child undertakes additional independent revision throughout Year 11. Information on revision techniques and strategies will be shared with students through their Form Time programme and can be found in the KH – Year 11 2021 TEAMs folder
Revision guides can be purchased from the IC via parent pay. This is often at a reduced price to what you would normally find in the shops and have been recommended by our subject specialists. Samples of these are available to browse in the Information Centre.
There are huge range of website out there that can support your child through their revision. A few that we recommend are:
https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/ – covers a wide range of subjects that students can sign up to for free.
https://vle.mathswatch.co.uk/vle/ – covers all maths topics for both foundation and higher tiers
https://www.my-gcsescience.com/ – covers all 3 sciences for students studying both the combined and triple course
https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/home.html – Edexcel exam board website where students can find specifications and past papers*
https://ocr.org.uk/ – OCR exam board website where students can find specifications and past papers*
https://www.aqa.org.uk/ – AQA exam board website where students can find specifications and past papers*
*A list of Exam Boards for specific subjects can be found here
As well as these, staff have placed resources into the class TEAMs accounts and more can be found in the Year 11 TEAMs page.
To support your child with their revision, our subject leads have created Revision Guidance documents which detail specific information for the exams that your child will be sitting in summer.
Each guide gives details of the exam and what to expect as well as topics to be covered.
More information which has been released from exam boards regarding the Summer 2022 exams will be made available soon.
- GCSE Revision Guidance Science 2021
- GCSE Revision Guide Geography 2021
- GCSE Revision Guide Mathematics 2021
- Revision Guide English 2021-2022
- Revision Guide History 2021-2022
- Revision Guide Languages 2021-2022
- Revision Guide PE 2021-2022
Official Advanced GCSE Guidance
- TGAK Advanced GCSE Information
- GCSE Combined Science Biology – Foundation topics
- GCSE Combined Science Biology – Higher topics
- GCSE Combined Science Physics – foundation AQA topics
- GCSE Combined Science Physics – higher AQA topics
First Career Steps
This assembly introduces you to the TGAK careers teams. It details support that we offer and gives lots of information about your options when you complete year 11.
Links to websites mentioned in assembly:
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Login detail have been emailed to your school accounts. If you are unable to find these please use the forgotten password option and use your school email to get back into your accounts.
We also require all students to complete the First Career Steps – student survey. This gives us great starting point for the careers meeting that you will have at some point in year 11, ensuring you get the best, most bespoke information we can give you.
Questionnaire link: First Career Steps – Student Survey