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Subject Pre-recorded Activities
How do businesses stay ahead in these turbulent times? An opportunity to showcase your research and journalist skills in this topical challenge!
Drama & Theatre
How might the media giants exploit their power? How can we nudge society to protect the environment? Does there always need to be winners and losers? Use your journalist skills to dig deep and find answers to these questions.
A quick intro to English Language and Literature with Brigidin
10 tips for your summer preparation...see you in September!
The Extended Project Qualification provides you with the chance to undertake a research project in an area of your choice. As well as being worth half an A level, and therefore offering UCAS points, it is good preparation for university. The EPQ also gives you the opportunity to increase your knowledge in an area that you are interested in, and also helps you to develop your ability to work independently.
Challenge Oman- Join Michelle in virtually visiting the Rub Al Khali in Oman, the largest sand desert on earth - also known as 'The Empty Quarter'. We'll face the challenges experienced by Omani Explorer Sheikh Saleh Bib Kalut Al Kathiri and British Explorer Bertram Thomas in 1931 as they tried to become the first people to cross this desert, and see what we can learn about resilience on the way.
Welcome to German at Chapeltown Academy
History at Chapeltown Academy
Research task on current events.
Join Owen as he talks you through the history of one of his favourite mathematicians, the joys of doing Maths for its own sake and there is the opportunity to carry out your own investigation into how to rise to the challenge of filling in sudoku grids- prize for the contribution that does the best job of communicating good ideas (even if incomplete/incorrect)!
In Philosophy, Ethics and Religion we ask a number of challenging questions (e.g. 'Does God exist?', 'Is there life after death?', 'How do we know whether something is right or wrong?') and attempt to answer them. Learn how to think critically, construct arguments, and come to your own conclusions regarding these interesting and stimulating issues.
Explore social influence conforming to social roles with Rachel.
How does the society we live in shape our lives? Whether it’s the structure of society itself or how we, as individuals, interact with it, our experiences are all different. Explore how your social class, gender and ethnicity can increase or limit your of chances of success. Use your own experiences and reflections to help understand you own and others’ lives in our ever changing society.
Although in the Spanish A level you will learn how to communicate effectively in this widely-spoken and useful language, through reading, writing, listening and speaking, you will also learn about the culture and societies of the Spanish-speaking world.