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This page outlines the topics taught in each term through Key Stage 3 (years 7 to 9), along with an overview of how assessments will take place.

 

Year 7

Autumn Term*

Spring Term*

Summer Term*

Autobiography W R baseline

Spoken English – presenting

Dystopian Story Openings  W

Author Study: Shakespeare

Novel: W R

Spoken English debating

Exam Prep R & W

Playing with Poetry W SpE recitation

Author Study 2: William Wordsworth

Grammar for Writing Horror: W

Throughout the year:    Bronze reading award one lesson a fortnight and reading for pleasure every week.

HW Project: on Haggle: Language for Literature.

*Topic rotation will vary for different classes.

 

During the year, pupils will be assessed on their written skills, reading comprehension and spoken English tasks.

At the end of the year, pupils will be assessed by a reading and writing exam in class, in addition to ongoing assessments of written skills, reading comprehension and spoken English tasks.

 

Year 8

Autumn Term*

Spring Term*

Summer Term*

Designing Descriptive

Writing: W

Author Study 1: Coleridge

Comparing Powerful Poetry: R

Novel

R or W

SpE – presenting

Exam Prep R W

Grammar for Writing Fiction: W

Author Study 2: Blake

Our Day Out: R

SpE – debate

Throughout the year:    Silver reading award one lesson a fortnight and reading for pleasure every week.

HW Project: on Haggle: Language for Literature.

*Topic rotation will vary for different classes.

 

During the year, pupils will be assessed on their written skills, reading comprehension and spoken English tasks.

At the end of the year, pupils will be assessed by a reading and writing exam in class, in addition to ongoing assessments of written skills, reading comprehension and spoken English tasks.

 

Year 9

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

Comparing Gothic literature: R

SpE – role play

Author Study 1:

Romeo and Juliet: R

Sp E – role play

Novel: R or W

Exam Prep R W

Grammar for Discursive and Rhetorical writing: W

Author Study 2

Bridging unit TBC

Throughout the year:    Silver reading award one lesson a fortnight and reading for pleasure every week.

*Topic rotation will vary for different classes.

 

During the year, pupils will be assessed on their written skills, reading comprehension and spoken English tasks.

At the end of the year, pupils will be assessed by a reading and writing exam in class, in addition to ongoing assessments of written skills, reading comprehension and spoken English tasks.

W = writing assessment             R = reading assessment                        SpE = Spoken English assessment.

 

 

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