Year 10 Summer Work - Science

You have just completed a series of mock science exams. You now need to reflect on the marks you have received and spend some time over the summer consolidating key ideas as well as identifying areas you need further support with.

In lessons running up to the end of term you have been completing a question by question analysis of all the science exams that you have sat. At the same time your staff will have been providing you with focussed re-teaching of key ideas and concepts identified as areas of weakness for the class.

You now need to complete this work over summer by identifying at least 2 key areas per subject that you have struggled with and produce evidence of the work you have done to improve in these areas. This needs to be completed and handed into your teacher at the start of next term.

To do this you need to complete your summer work book by

  1. Completing the question by question analysis for each paper you have sat
  2. Identifying the areas have struggled to answer in the papers and picked out the 2 key areas you need to reflect on
  3. Completing the ‘memory image learning tool’ for each subject to produce review notes and self-test questions – plus assess the progress you have made.

If you have lost, or need to re-do the summer workbook, you can print out another copy by following the link for the papers you sat. If you are not sure which workbook you need – find your class in the table and check the exam papers you sat to select the correct one to download.

Class

Link to summer booklet

10GL1

Triple Science Higher Tier Summer Work Book

10GL2

Triple Science Higher Tier Summer Work Book

10GL3

Triple Science Higher Tier Summer Work Book
Triple Science Foundation Tier Summer Work Book
10GL3 Triple Science Physics Foundation Tier Chemistry Higher Tier Summer Work Book
10GL3 Triple Science Physics Higher Tier Chemistry Foundation Tier Summer Work Book

10F1

Triple Science Foundation Tier Summer Work Book
Triple Science Higher Tier Summer Work Book

10F2

Triple Science Foundation Tier Summer Work Book

10GL4

General Pathway Higher Tier Summer Work Book

10GL5

General Pathway Higher Tier Summer Work Book
General Pathway Foundation Tier Summer Work Book

10GL6

General Pathway Higher Tier Summer Work Book

10GL7

General Pathway Foundation Tier Summer Work Book
General Pathway Higher Tier Summer Work Book

If you need any help with this you can email Dr Leaver over summer (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Have a great summer break and come back refreshed ready for the challenge of science in year 11!  

 

PE Day 18th July 2016

Pe Day
Congratulations to Science & Pe Learning House. 

A huge thank you to pupils and staff for making a great PE day complete with teamwork, camaraderie and ice-cream.  The final scores are:

Learning House

Score

Position

Science & PE

297

1

Maths & ICT

238 

2

Creativity & Enterprise

231 

3

Humanities

223 

4

Communications

184 

5

Years 7 & 8 Blackpool Youth Games

YEar 7 & 8 Mixed Hockey Team
The Year 7 & 8 Mixed Hockey Team followed-up the boys’ district success, earlier in the year, with success in the Blackpool Youth Games. The team played Montgomery in the final and won convincingly. An excellent goalkeeping performance by the opposition’s custodian restricted the result to just 3-0.

Congratulations to the following students who made up the team;- Kacie Unsworth, Charlotte Barber, Jamie Webster Freeston, Karl Pacheco, Lewis Callaghan, Basil Joseph, Michael Joseph, Fabio Herbert, Harry Shaw, Oskar Juszczyk and Natalia Tomas.  

Yr 7 Cricket

Year 7 Cricket Team
Champions!

St Mary’s Yr7 Boys enjoyed success in the Blackpool Secondary Schools’ Cricket Competition. After winning the ’Blackpool South’ section of the competition, the team progressed to play Montgomery in the final. The format was 8-a-side ‘pairs’ cricket, where each player bowled one over and batted for two overs.

Montgomery won the toss of the coin and elected to bat. All the St Mary’s players bowled accurately, with a large number of dismissals being achieved and few runs being conceded. In the field, the boys were focused and ‘backed-up’ each other really well.

St Mary’s batted sensibly but with conviction, amassing a huge total of runs. The boys ended their innings one hundred runs ahead of Montgomery’s score. This was a phenomenal achievement considering the ‘8 over’ format that was played.

Congratulations to the following students who made up thesquad;- Joseph B, Joseph M, Pacheco K, Herbert F, Powell R, Waterhouse J, Clacher J, Mendiola J and Jones D.