Year 11 Home Learning Resources Term 4 = Week 1 and Week 2

Year 11 have plenty of revision on the website that they can be using this time to do.  Please also refer to the Revision Passport which all pupils were given.  This includes a blank timetable where pupils can organise how and what they will revise.


A common suggestion is that you aim for 30-45 minute sessions with short breaks in between and ideally no more than 4 hours of study per day. This way you'll have more productive bursts of revision, rather than trying to cram multiple subjects for hours on end.

The Exam Coach page suggests:

  1. Step 1 - Figure Out How Much Time You Have To Revise. 
  2. Step 2 - Prioritise Your Subjects/Topics. 
  3. Step 3 - Break Subjects Into Topics.
  4. Step 4 - Allocate 30/45 Minute Time Slots To Revise.
  5. Step 5 - What To Do Within Each Revision Session.
  6. Step 6 - Stay Flexible.
  7. Step 7 - Make your timetable achievable.

Work from subjects is shown below.  For any queries please email and we will do our best to help.


Student Booklet


Year 11

Lessons 1-5 all use the PiXL Independence Language Booklet, sections I – IV. Further sections of the booklet may be completed as extension work if required.

Lesson 1: Multiple choice language quizzes 1-3

Lesson 2: Multiple choice language quizzes 4-5 and exam focus quiz.

Lesson 3: Spellings quiz and sentences chains tasks (1-10)

Lesson 4: Break down the questions tasks

Lesson 5: Assessment objectives tasks

Lesson 6: ½ a mini mock

Lesson 7: ½ a mini mock

Lesson 8: Section B

Mini mocks and Section B

Answer Booklet

Copies of these documents in word format can be found on SharePoint



Please log in to your MathsWatch account on where your class teacher will have set you four tasks to complete each week.

If you have any issues please email the Director of Maths


Pearson Active Learning

Pupils have their own user name and password and are to log in and complete the set tasks. 1 hours work at a time.


Week 1

Know It - Biology GCSE Key Concepts

Think It - Biology GCSE Key Concepts

Grasp It (Write on) - Biology GCSE Key Concepts


Pearson Active Learning

Pupils have their own user name and password and are to log in and complete the set tasks. 1 hours work at a time.


Week 1

Know It - Chemistry GCSE Key Concepts

Think It - Chemistry GCSE Key Concepts

Grasp It (Write on) - Chemistry GCSE Key Concepts


Pearson Active Learning

Pupils have their own user name and password and are to log in and complete the set tasks. 1 hours work at a time.


Week 1

Know It - Physics GCSE Key Concepts

Think It - Physics GCSE Key Concepts

Grasp It (Write on) - Physics GCSE Key Concepts


Year 11 – Open the document below and read and review the booklet, starting with the section on how to answer exam questions, Each section should take you at least 2 hours, before you undertake the practice questions.  There are 8 sections in total. (You would have 2 hours of RE per week).

Document - click here





Year 11 Spanish
Revise your speaking conversation questions – you should have these at home with you. Even if you have done your speaking mock, you need to know these for your exam in May. Revise role plays and photo card speaking questions in your pink revision guide and workbook. These have QR codes (barcodes) that can be scanned with your phones camera and give you links to practice listening questions. Use Vocab Express website or app – you all have a login for this – you teacher will check you have been doing work on this. Please contact the school via email if you need your login and we will arrange for it to be emailed to you. Use any other resources your teachers have given your for revision.

Art and Design

Year 11 BTEC LEVEL 2-Externally set Task/Parks and Gardens (5 LESSONS)

Students are to spend 5 hours a week on the following tasks:


  • Continue to experiment with a range of media from Primary/Secondary sources. Work on A5 size paper and use plants /nature or natural forms as your starting points. Use a range of media.(3 lessons)

  • Create combinations ,linking your experiments with the work of your chosen Artists. Combine backgrounds  and images  from own and artists work. Use a range of media and work on A5 size(3 lessons)

  • Continue with experiment and annotations

  • Research any outstanding artists and produce artist boards 

  • Create three ideas for final pieces linked to exam theme of Parks & Gardens: 


Week 1

For unit 5, you need to give examples to analyse the impact that emergencies and health issues have had on the travel industry.

To achieve this you will need to work through the questions on slides 2 and 3

For unit 3, you need to ensure that you have completed learning aim B for Mr. Morgan Analysing the impact that customer service has on travel organisations.


Week 2

  • Unit 3 – From class lessons ensure you have explained the skills needed to work in a travel agent and a holiday rep.
  • Ensure you have compared customer service skills relevant to 2 travel and tourism organisations- which skills are similar between the 2 jobs, which ones are different and why.
  • Explain the impact of excellent and poor customer service in 2 travel and tourism organisations
  • Unit 5 – Explain in detail what a passport and visa is, and the entry requirements to 2 long haul destinations
  • Explain how recent hurricanes have affected travel to the Caribbean islands – explain what happened, how many people were affected, how travel has been affected in the short and long term

Year 11 - Travel Unit 5


Complete the following risk assessment for your business idea. Give at least two points in the ‘What could happen?’ column, for each risk, and as many ‘Impacts on the business’ and ‘How to minimise the impact’ as you can, for each risk.


What could happen?

Impact on the business?

How to minimise the impact

Lack of skills

Poor decision making e.g. wrong location



Competitors and their actions

e.g. lowering their prices



Unexpected costs of production

e.g. cost of supplies increase



Sourcing resources, e.g. financial resources, suppliers of materials/stock

e.g. can’t get stock and so have nothing to sell



Quality control issues

e.g. faulty goods or poor service



Lack of customer interest

e.g. too much competition or original idea isn’t strong enough





Unit 5 - Training for Personal Fitness

Unit 3 - Applying the Principles of Personal Training

Unit 3 Applying the Principles of Personal Training

Learning aim A: Design a personal fitness training programme

Research and make notes on all of the points below.


Topic A.1 Personal information to aid training programme design

  • Personal goals: specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-related, exciting, recorded (SMARTER): short-term goals (set over a short period of time, between one day and  one month) medium-term goals (should give progressive support towards achievement of  long-term goals) long-term goals (what they want to achieve in the long term, and the best way of doing this).
  • Aims (details of what they would like to achieve for the selected activity/sport).
  • Objectives (how they intend to meet their aims using an appropriate component of fitness and method of training).
  • Lifestyle and physical activity history.
  • Medical history questionnaire.
  • Attitudes, the mind and personal motivation for training.


Then use this knowledge to create your own targets and compete all the points about to your own answers.



Hospitality and Catering