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The De La Salle Academy

The De La Salle Academy

The De La Salle Academy

Inspiring People;
Breaking Boundaries

Year 11 Revision

Easter Revision

During the course of the Easter period, a number of subjects are offering extra revision - see table below.  For most subjects, this will be the last holiday period before the GCSE examinations begin and so taking every opportunity to improve is vital.  All boys will have received their mock examination grades and will know what they need to be working on.  Please encourage your son to attend.

Date Subjects
Monday 8th April History 10am - 12pm
Tuesday 9th April Music 10am - 11:30am, Maths 11:30am - 1pm, Maths 10am - 2pm
Wednesday 10th April RE 10am - 12pm, Business 10am - 12pm
Monday 15th April RE 10am - 11am, Citizenship 11am - 12:30pm
Tuesday 16th April Science 10am - 12pm

Saturday school

Saturday school will run from 9:30am to 11:30am and will target boys as their need arises. You will receive a text message informing you of the need for your son to attend the following Saturday. If your son does not attend these sessions, they risk falling further behind and of not reaching their potential. Please encourage your son to take advantage of the opportunity that is being afforded them. Saturdays will be a combination of completing coursework to meet deadlines, teaching of gaps in skills that have arisen over the past four years or bespoke revision.

Date Subjects
26th January English Masterclass - A Christmas Carol
2nd February English Masterclass - Writing Non-Fiction
23rd March English Masterclass - Reading Non-Fiction
11th May English Masterclass - An Inspector Calls
18th May English - Literature Essentials
25th May English - Language Essentials

Period 6

Period 6 for Year 11 will begin in January 2019 from 2:30pm - 3:30pm. Please see the timetable below. All lessons will be targeted so boys should check their year noticeboards to see which topics are being delivered on which nights.

Day Subjects
Tuesday Science ICT
Wednesday Maths
Thursday Music Spanish
Friday History