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25/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Geography

Made sure we were well prepared for year 13’s half term revision today. https://t.co/hj2LmnWXGh

23/10/21

Retweeted From Miss Nicholas

Unbelievably proud of the hard work and effort that was put into product ideas, product making, confident pitches to our guest Dragons and ensuring they look the part for a day of ‘Dragons Den’! Well done Year 10 - proud Head of Year! 💪🏽 https://t.co/jdkO9LjYdg

23/10/21

Retweeted From Miss Nicholas

Massive thank you to for talking to our year 10 students about the entrepreneurial world and giving them some motivation to kickstart their ‘Dragons Den’ day at 👏🏼👏🏼 https://t.co/kBpuSUW53r

22/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Business and IT

Dragon’s Den LEAD day with Year 10. Mr Hagley and Mr Saunders worked with students to create their Perfect Pitch 🐉 https://t.co/ylwyGiXexn

22/10/21

Year 9s enjoyed their day at Colchester Zoo https://t.co/39ZOr9zodw

22/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Geography

8C at the 🦏! https://t.co/ltbfqBRtTV

22/10/21

Retweeted From RBAsixth

Are in it to win it with their first challenge of creating a Twitter Account to play… ? don’t forget to Use the Hashtag! See you at the station! https://t.co/yRjJpa4Aw3

22/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Geography

Hi ho, hi ho it’s off we go! Our year 8’s are excited for their first trip with https://t.co/n0WwXCLl8F

22/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Geography

8A are loving the elephants https://t.co/6kr0IueQ9s

22/10/21

Year 8 enjoyed a day of exploring Whipsnade Zoo and learning more about sustainability today https://t.co/BN3dUpllCT

21/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Maths

Postcards being sent out this week to some of our amazing students for all of their hardwork this half term! Keep your eyes peeled for these over the next few days👀 https://t.co/iIBtVWZA1J

20/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Geography

Our year 7’s are conducting their first Geographical investigation at . Was great to see them engaging with fieldwork techniques https://t.co/oXRwZ0zXFl

19/10/21

Ready to start your next adventure? Our Open Evening provides a great opportunity for prospective parents and students to tour the school and meet our staff and current Sixth Formers and find out about the wide range of subjects on offer. https://t.co/z0AfuEozzK

19/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Year 13 students collecting earthworms and woodlice for an investigation into how organisms respond to stimuli. The earthworms from demonstrated brilliant negative phototaxis! https://t.co/f1EpSPKUda

19/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Science Club today was absolutely brilliant with students reacting zinc and copper oxide! Stunning bright green flame produced. Well done to all our Scientists and Mr Mullings. https://t.co/pzKD4eiRFd

19/10/21

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Video from Science Club! https://t.co/oJkCMqQeF2

19/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Effect of dishwashing liquid on pepper on top of the water. https://t.co/sWjUiRufgp

19/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Year 12s investigating the properties of water today with some quick experiments! Great job JC to show surface tension using the paper clip first time too! 46 drops of water on a 1p was the record. https://t.co/Bc4uHvOYIp

16/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Geography

Our year 9’s were designing houses that were adapted to climate change, some of their designs were fantastic! https://t.co/pFhoLE83Te

15/10/21

Retweeted From RBA_RE

Congratulations to the RE Sixth Form debate winners! A very close debate. Amazing public speaking skills. https://t.co/KMD9C8SZJW

14/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Geography

Amazing homework from Nicholas in year 8 representing coastal landforms! 🌊 https://t.co/YLXx5hRTxx

14/10/21

👏 👏 https://t.co/WK4Jpohol1

14/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Business and IT

Year 9 working together to tell us which skills and qualities you need to be a successful entrepreneur 👩🏻‍💼 Well Done 👏 https://t.co/G32dNNwdsV

14/10/21

Retweeted From Robert Barclay PE

Another excellent performance by Jacob today. He ran hard until the very end to ensure he finished 2nd in today’s competition giving him an overall finish of 2nd place in the Year 7 District Cross Country league this year. Well done also to all our other runners. 🏃‍♀️ 🏃 https://t.co/Pqy5GyJ6Q9

13/10/21

Retweeted From RBA Business and IT

🚨 🎟 EXIT TICKETS 🎟 🚨 Our Year 13 finance students showing their knowledge of Zero Based budgeting, Envelope budgeting and Opportunity cost💰🎟 https://t.co/vdkEPqy6CU

13/10/21

Retweeted From RBA_RE

Literacy Assembly this morning. So important! 📕 ✍️ https://t.co/VSQlzmCICP

13/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Year 10s investigating displacement reactions to determine the reactivity of metals in different solutions. Fabulous results with magnesium, zinc and iron all displacing copper in copper sulphate! https://t.co/tSvAQZW0Vc

11/10/21

Year 7s learning how to access and reserve books from the library using their iPads - through our new web based library system https://t.co/QRlEs8XdJa

08/10/21

Retweeted From RBA JLT

Interesting to see A Level Photography students experimenting with gender stereotypes today https://t.co/6lHvAtRDqg

08/10/21

Retweeted From RBA JLT

Good luck to the young actors that auditioned for the National Theatre! https://t.co/0DBZHRGI0n

08/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Year 12 Biologists collecting oxygen from hydrogen peroxide being decomposed by fresh liver catalase. https://t.co/VROpOkP5tm

08/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Mr Spiller’s Year 8 class with their introduction to the topic of Waves! https://t.co/aODRye9rBY

08/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Mrs Sparks’ Year 10s investigating the reaction between different metals in HCl with a quick ‘pop’ test to see which gas is produced. Definitely Hydrogen! https://t.co/89rbzMI6vQ

08/10/21

Well done, girls, great effort!

08/10/21

Retweeted From Robert Barclay PE

Lots of great play and resilience from Yr 9 girls football team today as they progress to the next round of the County Cup with a 4-2 victory over Goffs School. 2 goals each from Katie and Maria. Maria was also named player of the match. ⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️ https://t.co/06nGFULlnX

07/10/21

Retweeted From Robert Barclay PE

Great to start the season with a 3-1 win by Year 7s today in the County Cup vs Ashlyns School. Goals from Michael, Max and Harvey. Renditions of 🎵Sweet Caroline 🎵 belted out in the mini bus on the journey home! ⚽️ https://t.co/VPnU6rwXnW

07/10/21

Great (team) work, boys! It’s good to see the school team back on the pitch, and back winning too!

07/10/21

Developing future leaders!

07/10/21

Retweeted From RBA_RE

Thank you 7D for your brilliant JLT election speeches. Elections in progress at ! Democracy in action. https://t.co/Cn3xPPTwwN

07/10/21

Retweeted From Official RBA Science

Mr Martin’s Year 7 class getting to grips with the properties of elements and compounds! Brilliant observations made by students and fun with magnetic iron filings. https://t.co/FEkS2JWdMy

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History

Curriculum Intent Statement

The RBA History department curriculum aims to give students knowledge and understanding of local, British and world History. Our aim is to ensure that every student, regardless of whether they continue their studies beyond KS3, leaves RBA understanding Britain and her place in the world today. This will involve teaching key topics such as the emergence of Parliament, the development of the UK, the impact of the Industrial Revolution, European exploration and the British Empire, Britain’s involvement in the slave trade, the fight for universal suffrage and the impact of the world wars. Their studies will be split into Social History in Y7 and Political, Military and World History in Y8, both of which will cover the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Industrial Revolution and 20th century and be taught chronologically.

Our schemes of learning will enable students to understand how the world around them has been shaped by History and equip them to think critically, weigh evidence, identify arguments, make judgements and understand the complexity of people’s lives, the process of change and diversity. In order to be successful, students need to develop their understanding of the following skills: cause and consequence, change and continuity, significance, chronology, sources, interpretations, knowledge retention and extended writing. These skills will be repeatedly targeted in KS3 to prepare students for GCSE History.

Learning Journey Key Stage 3 to 5
Below you will find an overview of the History Learning Journey that RBA students will experience from key stage 3 to key stage 5.

 

History Learning Journey

 

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