This page contains useful revision advice and tips, plus lots of links to resources.
A Teacher’s Guide To Command Words
A Teacher’s Guide To Command Words provides guidance around the use of command words in GCSE (9−1) Mathematics. This includes a table of command words with come commentary around what is expected from students when this command word is used and a few examples of exam questions to exemplify its use.
Helpful websites for revision:
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Mock exams and revision resources:
Science Mark schemes
Please note, we have an extensive range of science revision resources available via Microsoft OneDrive. For a link to download the resources - please email Mr. Brown for the download link.
Year 7, 8 and 9 End of Year Science Test Topic Lists
Year 10 Edexcel PLC Student Exam Checklist (Biology, Chemistry and Physics)
Edexcel PLC Student Checklist Combined Biology Paper 1
Edexcel PLC Student Checklist Combined Chemistry Paper 1
Edexcel PLC Student Checklist Combined Physics Paper 1
Edexcel PLC Student Checklist Single Biology Paper 1
Edexcel PLC Student Checklist Single Chemistry Papers 1_2
Edexcel PLC Student Checklist Single Physics Paper 1
Photography Mock exam
Year 11 Photography Mock exam -
English revision packs
1. Sound of thunder extract
2. Sound of thunder questions
3. The White Tiger extract
4. The White Tiger questions
5. Remarkable Creatures extract
6. Remarkable Creatures questions
7. Paddy Clarke extract
8. Paddy Clarke questions
9. Practice Question 1
10. Practice Question 3 and 4
AQA Psychology A Level Revision
AQA Psychology A Level Revision - How To Get An A* Easily.
Revision support sheets
Fill up the boxes on the sheet with everything you know about the topic!
Write the topic in the centre, then fill up all the boxes with themes that link together.
A handy jotter pad for: notes / mindmap / brainstorm / question attempt / working out!
Diagnosis, Therapy & Testing
Write a topic of your choice in the box to prove your knowledge!
Can you rank the most important information you’ve learnt down to the least?
How can you ensure you make good progress?
Can you sketch eight ideas that relate to the topic?