Knowledge organisers are given to students to encourage independent study and revision to support learning. Each subject provides an overview of the content for their subject and it is collated in a booklet for your reference. Students are provided with paper copies.
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How to use the Knowledge Organisers
A Knowledge organiser captures all the essential information about topics studied in any given subject. The Knowledge Organiser allows you to see, at a glance, what fundamental knowledge you need to succeed in lessons, assessments and examinations.
Some advice for using this booklet effectively:
- As you go through lessons, check what you are learning against your KPIs and the knowledge organiser for your subjects. It will help you to understand what is being taught and what you have to learn for long term success.
- Keep a printed copy of your Knowledge Organisers at home so that you can study independently.
- Create a timetable of revision/independent study - how much can you cover in a week?
- Choose a subject to focus on, read the Knowledge Organiser, use online resources to extend your learning.
- Create flashcards for keywords, with definitions.
- Highlight parts of the Knowledge Organiser where you are not clear on how to do something or what it means. Ask your teacher to go over it again.
- Tick off content that you know, can explain and write answers about.
- Ask your family to test you on the content of each topic
- Make revision notes, posters and diagrams to support your learning using the information on the Knowledge Organisers.
- Look up practice questions on line relating to the content you have studied each term and answer them!
Some advice on how to study at home:
- Plan out when you are going to study and which topics you going to cover.
- Avoid distractions - put away your phone for a set amount of time. Reward yourself every 40 mins with a quick glance!
- Find somewhere quiet to work.
- Have a set of different coloured pens/highlighters and some spare paper, flashcards and a notepad.
- Give yourself a set amount of time to work and take regular short breaks.
Please note that due to Covid, our Knowledge Organisers are currently being reviewed and are in the process of being updated.
Autumn - Spring
Ethics & Philosophy
World War I
Origins of the Cold War
Year 7: Autumn
Equality and Equivalence
Integers and Decimals
Year 7: Spring
Solving Problems with Addition and Subtraction
Solving Problems with Multiplication and Division
Fractions and Percentages of Amounts
Operations with Directed Numbers
Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
Year 7: Summer
Constructing Measuring and Using Geometric Notation
Prime Numbers and Proof
Sets and Probability
Year 8: Autumn
Ratio and Scale
Multiplying and Dividing
Working in Cartesian Plane
Tables and Probability
Year 8: Spring
Brackets, Equations and Inequalities
Fractions and Percentages
Year 8: Summer
Angles in Parallel Lines and Polygons
Area of Trapezia and Circles
Line, Symmetry and Reflection
Data Handling Cycle
Measures of Location
Creating Digital Graphics
Creating Digital Graphics
GCSE Media Studies
PE & Sports Studies
Year 11 - GCSE
Complete GCSE PE Knowledge Organisers
Year 10 and 11 Core
Year 11 Option
Religion, Peace and Conflict
Year 7 - Biology
B1 Chapter 1 Cells
B1 Chapter 2 body systems
B1 Chapter 3 Reproduction
Year 7 - Chemistry
C1.1 Particles and their behaviour
C1.2 Elements, atoms and compounds
C1.4 Acids and alkalis
Year 7 - Physics
Year 8 - Biology
B2.1 Health and lifestyle
B2.2 Ecosystem processes
Year 8 - Chemistry
C2.1 The periodic table
C2.2 Separation techniques
C2.3 Metals and acids
C2.4 The Earth
Year 8 - Physics
P2.1 Electricity and magnetism
P2.3 Motion and pressure
GCSE - Biology
B1 Cells and Mitosis
B1 Separate Cells
B3 B4 Organisation
B3 B4 Separate Organisation
B5 B6 Infection and Response
B5 B6 Separate Infection and Response
B8 B9 Bioenergetics
B8 B9 Separate Bioenergetics
B10 B11 B12 Homeostasis and response
B11 B11 B12 Separate Homeostasis and Response
B13 B14 B15 Inheritance Variation and Evolution
B13 B14 B15 Separate Inheritance Variation and Evolution
B16 B17 Ecology Knowledge
B16 B17 Separate Ecology
GCSE - Chemistry
C1 C2 Atomic Structure and The Periodic Table
C1 C2 Separate Atomic Structure and The Periodic Table
C1 C2 Separate Bonding Structure and Properties of Matter
C3 Bonding Structure and Properties of Matter
C4 Foundation Quantitative Chemistry
C4 Higher Quantitative Chemistry
C4 Separate Quantitative Chemistry
C5 C6 Chemical Changes
C5 C6 Separate Chemical Changes
C7 C8 Energy Changes
C7 C8 Separate Energy Changes
C8 Separate The Rate and Extent of Chemical Change
C8 The Rate and Extent Of Chemical Change
C9 C10 C11 Organic Chemistry
C9 C10 C11 Separate Organic Chemistry
C12 Chemical Analysis
C12 CS Using Resources
C12 Separate Chemical Analysis
C13 C14 C15 Chemistry Of The Atmosphere
C13 C14 C15 Separate Chemistry of The AtmosphereC15 Separate Using Resources
P1, P2, P3 Energy
P2 Energy transfer by Heating
P4 P5 Electricity
P4 P5 Separate Electricity
P6 Particle Model of Matter
P6 Separate Particle Model of Matter
P7 Atomic Structure and Radioactivity
P7 Separate Atomic Structure
P8 Separate Forces
P13 Separate Waves
P15 Magnetism and Electromagnetism
P15 Separate Magnetism and Electromagnetism
P16 Separate Space