Year 9

Year 9

Year 9

Year 9 is a base camp for year 10 and year 11 which are GCSE years. Many schools start their GCSE preparations in year 9. This brings sudden change in the speed of learning for students. A student has to choose his/her option subject during year 9 and thus clarity of whet they wish to learn further becomes more important.

Champs Learning helps every student at year 9 to have this clarity and interest the area they wish to study further. At year 9, students cover topics in depth to promote mastery and understanding so that they are “GCSE ready”. The expectation is that by the end of year 9 all students will be at good grade points to manage with advanced topics.

Session Plan: The session plan for the subjects like English, Maths and Science will be similar to year 7 and 8 but each session will go much deeper content wise and assessment wise. These sessions will also start covering the subjects from GCSE point of view. There are 42 sessions for each subject. If one joins for all the three subjects, then he will be visiting Champs for 126 teaching sessions in a year.

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: An assessment happens at the end of every book i.e. after every 4 weeks on a particular topic and feedback is discussed with the student with support plan. We also have an assessment at the end of the year once we finish the entire curriculum for year 8

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 9 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..

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.

Success: Every student of Champs Learning makes us proud with high grades during their year 9 assessment and thus they can choose the subjects they wish to study further.

Operations on Decimal Numbers
Factors & Multiples
Prime Factorization of a Number
H.C.F. & L.C.M.
Powers and Roots
Factorising Quadratics (Factorising method when a = 1,Special Quadratics
Factorising when c = 0, Factorising when Quadratic Equation in form ax2 – c = 0, Factorising method when a ǂ 1)
Factorising Quadratics 2 (Factorising Quadratics using Formula, Solving Quadratics by completing the square )
Algebric Fractions(Simplifying Algebric fractions, Adding/Subtracing Algebric fractions)
Area and Volume Conversion
Direct Proportion
Inverse Proportion
Speed, Density and Pressure
Pairs of Angles
Angle around a point, Angles in Parallel Lines
Angles in Triangles and Quadrilaterals
Polygons (Types of Polygons, Interior and Exrterior angles of Polygon)
Probability(Probability Scale, Probabilty as a fraction, Probabilities Ad Up To 1)
Probability(Listing All Outcomes, Use the product Rule to count Outcomes, Relative frequency )
Probability(Tree Diagram)
Probability(Independent Events, Dependent Event
Solving Simultaneous Equations Using Graphs(S.E.)
Solving Quadratic Equations Using Graphs
Cubic Equations
Complex Functions
Pythagoras’ Theorem
Trgonometry – Sin, Cos, Tan
3D Pythagoras
Square Root and Cube Root
Rearranging Formulas
Quadratic Sequence
Conditonal Probablity
  • Drama Study

  • Short Fiction and Narrative Writing.

  • Shakespeare Study

  • Prose Study

  • Non-fiction and transactional writing

  • Poetry Study

  • Written assessment covering one format from:

    • Article

    • Guide

    • Review

    • Speech

    • Letters

    • Report

Topic Title Topic Details

Heating and cooling

  • • Plants and algae, adaptations for photosynthesis, factors affecting the rate of photosynthesis

  • • DNA, chromosomes, fertilisation, genetic crosses, mutations

  • • Elements, mixtures, compounds, naming compounds, chemical formulae

  • • Electromagnets, factors affecting electromagnet strength, electromagnetic fields

  • • Thermal energy, conduction, convection, radiation, insulation

Types of reactions
Earth resources Pressure
Wave properties

  • • Balanced diet, organs of the digestive system, enzymes

  • • Combustion, thermal decomposition, chemical equations

  • • Metal extraction, recycling

  • • Pressure in fluids, sinking and floating

  • • Transverse waves, longitudinal waves, reflection, absorption and transmission of waves

B2 Organisation
C9 Atmosphere
P6 Waves

  • • Tissues, organs, organ systems, human digestive system, enzymes

  • • Early atmosphere, changes to the atmosphere, greenhouse gases, climate change, carbon footprint, pollutants

  • • Transverse and longitudinal waves, properties of waves, electromagnetic waves


Course Features

  • Sessions per week : One
  • Total no of sessions : 42
  • Total no of class tests : 8
  • Students per class : 5
Price :
  • Sessions per week : One
  • Total no of sessions : 42
  • Total no of class tests : 8
  • Students per class : 5
Price :
  • Sessions per week:One
  • Total no of sessions:42
  • Total no of class tests:8
  • Students per class:5
Price :

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