The policy can be found here. I believe what one hears over and over, that you learn more from your students than what you teach. Occasionally we may ask a girl to sit a short test in a particular subject or subjects, and entry is always subject to a minimum performance at GCSE as follows: A level age The A level course is a chance to look at the bigger picture of both the physical and human geographies we have been learning about over the years, seeing how large-scale cycles affect our physical world, and how space and place are central concepts to the study of human geography.
Girls contribute towards the three different school journals and magazines and the Department provides access to a variety of additional academic journals and light-hearted publications such as The Plague. Besides technical skills development, other related applied knowledge and investigation like foresight and insight, user-centered design, non-linear interpretation, and interaction design will be covered in this module.
IGCSE age The Edexcel IGCSE course focuses on a broad mix of physical and human geography, including fieldwork investigations and creating enquiries into hazardous environments and changing urban environments.
The charism of the Dominican Sisters advances a continuous renewal of Catholic education in Christ. Students will develop critical reflection and evaluation of their own practice, working with narrative, text, images, movement and sound, putting your visual language in the most suitable context through workshops, projects and collaborative projects.
VAF 1 4 Be introduced to the fundamental elements and principles of two-dimensional design, including typography, colour theory, and spatial organization.
Find the GCSE syllabus here. I look forward to the experience of growing in my faith as I learn from my students.
Pupils are encouraged to take part in slam and debating competitions as well as the Oxford University Essay competition.
We also run a residential fieldtrip, where we explore the landscapes we have been learning about through observation and analysis. DTD 1 and 2 2 This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the basic principles in interior design, with an emphasis on programming, space planning, colour scheme and furniture arrangement for residential design.
In addition, international trips are run to experience differing landscapes in Western USA and glacial features in Iceland. Open days starting at Find the A level syllabus here.
DDM 1 4 Students are exposed to the alternative method of producing digital communication tools. Girls learn to listen carefully to alternative views and incorporate these ideas into their own arguments.
Students will work collaboratively with non-profit organisations, NGOs, etc. Through studying the subject, girls are equipped to understand and thrive in the modern world.
DTD 1 and 2 2 This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the design principles, ergonomic studies and material application in furniture design with the help of workshop practice, concept ideation and presentation.
UIV age 14 This is a fast-track course to lay the foundations of German vocabulary and grammar with the aim of promoting confidence in both speaking and writing.
ADE 1 10 This is a project-based module which provides students the opportunity to conceptualise, plan and execute a project.
Find the current syllabus here. Candidates for Music scholarships play their instrument s to the Director of Music, and those for Art scholarships bring a portfolio of work and undergo a practical test. Recently I read the following excerpt from Philosophy for Catholic Schools: In the past, guest speakers have given talks on humanitarian aid, expeditions and mapping census data.
DDM Moving illustration for Social Change 1 12 This module creates opportunity for you to examine the role of your practice and rethink how it can have an impact on people, situation and relationships in the making of meaning, stimulating learning and change.
They will also learn various methods and materials employed in the fundamental techniques of object making. Oral skills become increasingly refined and the ability to conduct detailed independent research is a key requirement throughout.
We also focus on key geographical themes, including glacial landscapes, and the geography of disease. Girls become self-motivated in their study and develop a unique level of creativity and precision. As an English teacher, I value the opportunities to use literature to inspire students to explore how they can use their gifts to lead lives of faith, service and integrity.
DFA 1 and 2 2 Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in watercolour and acrylic painting. It will be a real life client project that will allow students to put their studies into practice and help them develop a sense of responsibility as well as interpersonal skills in a professional environment.
Department staff focus on real events and current issues, sharing from a range of specialisms from plate tectonics to the representation of place and space, and global development. Being a part of this community, and having the opportunity to interact with the staff and students has brought me closer to God and helped make me a much better person in general.
It will introduce to the students the basic skills and knowledge that they need to have as a responsible artist or designer.
The examination of French culture expands to consider the French speaking world and its traditions. Students will develop a critical understanding of the social cultures of consumption and psychological emotions in marketing aspects integrated within the context, which will allow students to develop the ability to make good design decisions.
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If you are interested in joining our GREAT team, please click here: Employment at Saint John Paul the Great. Cambridge International AS Level English Language and Literature prepares students for the following Cambridge Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level international syllabuses: 1.
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It brings feelings, knowledge, adventure, mystery, and foreign times and places to life. Happy Clover English Club is an after school program that focuses on creating an environment for children to learn and use English in a practical and applicable fashion.
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