Year 7

Year 7

Courses

Core purpose of Champs Learning at KS3 is to deliver an engaging and challenging curriculum through outstanding teaching and learning. We aim to make our pupils “GCSE Ready” by the end of Year 9 and to make them confident with conceptual understanding and practice questions.


The curriculum of these subjects have incorporated the structure of all the UK approved boards such as Edexcel, AQA, OCR etc. Each important aspect from a particular board is given an importance in teaching.


Year 7 is a stage where students have just finished their primary school phase and entered the secondary school where there is no handholding by parents or teachers. Sudden sense of responsibility, act of independence and self-learning comes along. New atmosphere, new teachers, new friends, and new rules. Everything must start afresh. This phase is critical for everyone’s study and academic journey. One has to adapt it as fast as possible and master the journey ahead in KS3 -GCSE-A levels.


Champs Learning understand the emotional as well as academic needs of the students at this point and thus our teaching style to the students of year 7 looks after their inclusiveness, involvement and participation.


Session Plan: We understand that we have one hour per subject per week as compared to more than 5 hours per subject at a school. Thus the curriculum is well structured to accommodate all the important topics from each subjects. Curriculum for each subject – Maths, English and Science is spread over 42 weeks.


Books: The session plan is structured with 8 books for each subject and 8 topic tests. Each book is further divided into 4 weeks and every 5th week, we conduct an assessment on that book or topic. All the content including books and tests are designed by faculties at Champs learning. The session plan is made flexible to accommodate extra time for doubt solving and for challenging content for higher set of students.


Assessment: We do conduct assessment after every four weeks and then at the end of the year assessment and conduct a detailed feedback session on these exams.


Subjects: We teach English, Maths and Science for Key stage 3. We also have modern languages as per need of the students. We treat Science as combined science for Year 7 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology are given attention individually on rotation. The aims of KS3 Maths, English and Science at Champs Learning is to develop an interest and understanding of natural phenomena and prepare them for studying these subjects at GCSE and A levels.


Success: Each of our student gets well versed with curriculum, concepts, and road map by the end of year 7. They also achieve the good grades in year 7 subjects to be in the top group in the school.

Topic
Types of Numbers
Multyplying and dividing any number by multiple of 10
Operation on Numbers(Integers)
BIDMAS
Algebra Simplifying(Collecting like terms, Multiplying and Dividing by letters)
Multiplying Brackets
Factorising
Formulas and Functions
Converting Units(Imperial units, Time units and Time table)
Ratio(Syplifying, Ratio involving quantities, 1:n or n:1 form)
Ratio(scaling up, Part and Whole ratio)
Proportional Division
3D Shapes(Introduction)
Symmetry
Angle(Types, Measuering, Three letter notation)
Drawing Angles
Data Collection
Averages and Range
Averages from Table
Inerpreting Data
Graphs ( Four Quadrants)
Graphs (Mid-point of a line)
Graphs (Real life graphs)
Graphs (Grdaient of graphs represent the rate, Estimating area umder the curve)
Triangle Construction
Loci and Construction
Bearing
The four Transformations
Box plots
Cumulative Frequency
Histogram and Frequency Density
Stem and Leaf Diagram
  • Primary-Secondary Transition module

  • Prose Study

  • Short Fiction and Narrative Writing.

  • Introduction to Shakespeare

  • Poetry Study

  • Non-fiction and transactional writing

  • Written assessment covering one format from:

    • Article

    • Guide

    • Review

    • Speech

    • Letters

    • Report

Topic Title Topic Details

Cells
Particle model Earth
Speed
Energy costs

  • • Structure and function of cells, specialised cells

  • • Particle arrangement and properties of solids, liquids and gases

  • • Structure of the earth, the rock cycle

Interdependence Variation
Metals and non- metals
Voltage and resistance
Sound

  • • Food webs and the interaction between organisms

  • • Variation between individuals, inherited and environmental characteristics

  • • Properties of metals and non-metals, reactivity of metals, reactions of metals with acids and oxygen

  • • Electrical circuits, voltage, resistance

  • • Sound and sound waves, structure and function of the ear

Movement
Human reproduction
Separating mixtures
Universe Light

  • • Structure and function of the human skeleton, joints, muscle action

  • • Menstrual cycle, development of a foetus

  • • Solutions, techniques used to separate mixtures

  • • Our solar system, the Universe

  • • Light and light waves, use of lenses


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Course Features

Maths
  • Sessions per week : One
  • Total no of sessions : 42
  • Total no of class tests : 8
  • Students per class : 5
Price : £ 80 Per Month
English
  • Sessions per week : One
  • Total no of sessions : 42
  • Total no of class tests : 8
  • Students per class : 5
Price : £ 80 Per Month
Science
  • Sessions per week : One
  • Total no of sessions : 42
  • Total no of class tests : 8
  • Students per class : 5
Price : £ 80 Per Month

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