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    Subject Revision


    Use these websites to help your revision. Click on the links to open the pages. (Highlighted in Blue)

    Mymaths    You should already have login details

    Method Maths  You should already have login details

    Centre ID:  allsaintsd

    Username: Firstname

    Password:  SURNAME

    Past papers in an excel spreadsheet, shows progress either through a paper or through a topic.

    BBC BiteSize

    They say the old ones are the best, and this is still probably the best one-stop place to call in for notes, examples, interactive solutions and questions for you to have a go at yourself. Each question has its level next to it, and you can even download a big revision check-list to make sure you there will be no nasty surprises in the exam. What more could you want in a website?

    The Maths Teacher

    A fantastic set of videos taking you step by step through GCSE and A Level topics.

    Not only are the videos really well presented, but each one comes accompanied by a set of notes and questions for you to try complete with fully worked solutions.

    A phenomenal resource. You are very lucky! 🙂


    An excellent set of high quality maths revision videos taking you through all the big nasty topics – laws of indices, trigonometry, surds – they are all there, and all explained slowly and clearly.

    An excellent revision tool.

    Interactive Maths Puzzles

    Quite a few decent puzzles covering a wide range of topics. Many puzzles rely on the use of “matching things”. Good for a quick revision of topics, and it shouldn’t give you too much of a headache.


    I know that doing a maths puzzle may not seem like the best way to spend 20 minutes, but if you do one puzzle a day off this site, it’ll do you a lot more good than reading over your textbook again and again.

    These puzzles teach you how to think and solve problems, which are essential skills for success at maths.

    Each puzzle comes complete with a worked answer. This site might just help you enjoy your maths more, so I would give it a go.

    Mr Barton Maths

    Has a variety of different very useful topic and information resources, aimed at both pupils and parents


    Please remember you need to complete your ITQ coursework. All four units must be complete including: Powerpoint Presentations, Improving Productivity, Spreadsheet Software and Word Processing task. This can be done from home using your individual robust username and password at the following link If any students have lost their password or user IDs you can contact Mr Dannell via the school email system and he will send it out to you.



    Exam Overview:

    The PowerPoint/PDF documents below give a detailed overview of the question types and mark schemes, worked examples and the topics you will need to study.

    GCSE RS Exam Prep PP (pdf : use if you don’t have PowerPoint)

    GCSE RS Exam Prep PP (PowerPoint)


    Revision Guides:

    The guides below are summaries of different parts of the course. Download and print sections that you need:

    Muslims Beliefs Revision Guide

    1. Christianity The Right to Life Revision Guide

    2. Christianity Use of Medical Technology Revision Guide

    3. Christianity Personal Responsibility Revision Guide

    4. Christianity Social Responisibility Revision Guide

    5. Christianity Revision Guide Global Concerns

    6. Christianity Conflict Revision Guide

    Islam Life and Death Revision Guide 2016 CR

    Unit 8 (Islam) Revision cards


    Past Papers

    Use these past papers to find practice questions. The best technique is to practice in times conditions, using one mark per minute rule.

    June 2013 Islam Ethics

    June 2012 Christianity Ethics

    June 2012 Islam Ethics

    June 2013 Christianity Ethics


    Areas of Weakness

    The resources in this section are based on common areas of weakness for lots of students. Check over your practice papers and knowledge checkers to see if you also share these areas of weakness.

    5 pillars and jihad revision



    Revision Lessons

    Islam Whole Topic Revision

    Business Studies



    GCSE Business Studies


    Unit 1 – Introduction to Small Business

    1.1 Spotting a Business Opportunity

    1.2 Showing Enterprise

    1.3 Putting a Business Idea into Practice

    1.4 Making the Start-up effective

    1.5 Understanding the Economic Context


    Unit 4 – Business and Finance

    Topic 4.1 Communication

    Topic 4.2 Communication with stakeholders of a business

    Topic 4.3 Business communication tools

    Topic 4.4 Communication via the web



    BTEC First Award in Business


    Unit 1 – Enterprise in the Business World



    Unit 2 – Business and Finance


    Unit 3 – Promoting  a Brand

    BTEC Business TAP Unit 3


    Unit 4 -Principles of Customer Service

    BTEC Business TAP Unit 4


    Revision guides for all 4 topics, exam guide to answering all questions and a homework booklets on WW1 and Germany have been distributed to students.

    Below are some of our resources for you

    History Paper 1 Warm Up (PDF)

    History Paper 2 Warm Up (PDF)

    iGCSE Topic Checklist (Word Doc)

    STUDENT ADVICE Yr11 History (Word Doc)

    Paper 1

    Civil Rights:












    civil rights timeline


    01 the_german_revolution

    02 the_creation_of_the_weimar_republic

    03 why_was_the_treaty_of_versailles_unpopular_in

    04_economic_problems_of_the_wr (PowerPoint)


    06 how_did_the_weimar_republic_recover_under_stresemann

    07 how_did_the_early_nazi_party_develop_1919-1923

    08 the_munich_putsch_1923

    09 why_was_hitler_able_to_become_chancellor_in_1933

    10 how_did_hitler_consolidate_power

    11 how_did_the_night_of_the_long_knives

    12 nazi_police_state


    14 nazi_religion

    15)propaganda_and_censorship Events timeline GERMANY (Word Doc)

    Paper 2



    B2. Changes in Medicine c1845-c1945 (Word Doc)



    01. international_system






    08. did_germany_cause_the_first_world_war


    10. what_was_fighting_like_on_the_western_front

    11. the_battle_of_the_somme

    12. battle_of_passchandaele

    13. gallipoli

    14. the_war_at_sea

    15. u-boats_and_blockade

    17. why_did_germany_finally_lose_in_1918

    Past Papers

    2014 Paper 1




    2014 Paper 2




    2015 Paper 1




    2015 Paper 2




    Revision Guides

    REVISION GUIDE 5. Development of a dictatorship – Germany, 1918-45

    REVISION GUIDE 9. A divided union – Civil Rights in the USA, 1945-74  (Word Doc)

    REVISION GUIDE A2. The origins and course of the First World war, 1905-18

    REVISION GUIDE B2. Changes in Medicine c1845-c1945 (Word Doc)



    The current (2012) GCSE Geography contains three exams. Click on the links below to access revision resources for each unit:


    Unit 1 – Geographical Skills and Challenges

    Unit 2 – The Natural Environment

    Check your knowledge:

    Natural Environment Knowledge checkers



    Coastal Landscapes:

    Coasts Revision Quiz

    Revision Clock Coast



    River Landscapes:

    Revision Clock Rivers

    Water on the land revision



    Tectonic Landscapes:

    Plate boundaries consolidation test

    Revision Clock Tectonics



    Watery World:

    Watery World Exam Questions

    Unit 3 – The Human Environment


    Every student has been issued with a Revision Workbook which contains exam style questions for every topic in the course. Weekly homework is set using this work booklet and details can be found on Show My Homework.

    The majority of students have purchased the official revision guide at a discounted price through the school. However, you can buy additional copies here: