Revision Support

100% books

All students have 100% books, written by the teachers to support them with the knowledge they need to know at each cycle and for each subject. The 100% books include:

1. A checklist

2. Knowledge

3. Question and answers to support student with testing themselves

4. Sample assessment paper to support students with applying knowledge

Students take their 100% books to morning meetings and lessons.

Morning meetings

Students use their 100% books each morning to support daily revision. There is a morning meeting schedule in place that rotates round the subjects every 3 weeks for year 7 and 8 and every 2 weeks for year 9, 10 and 11. The students revise on a morning which will be followed by a low stakes assessment the following day. This process support revision and recall.

Year 7/8 students

Year 7 and 8 students have a 100% book for each cycle which includes the knowledge needed for each subject for that cycle. Students need to use these as the first point of call for revision for each of the cycle assessments. For the end of year exams in cycle 3 the students will need all three 100% books to revise from.

Year 9, 10 and 11 students

Students in year 9, 10 and 11 have a 100% book for each course they study. The relevant 100% book needs to be taken to the morning meeting for daily revision as the schedule for morning meetings. Students will then be assessed on the knowledge the following day in morning meetings. Students are also expected to take the relevant 100% book to each subject lesson.



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