Mock Results: Next Steps
Year 11 Assembly and support materials to talk pupils through how to fill in their Next Step Review document.
Year 11 “Next Steps” Review Document
Use this document to evaluate your strengths and weaknesses from your mock results and then set revision priorities. This will help you focus your revision and studies to help you get closer to your target and beyond!
Year 11 Revision Resources (Click the links to open)
- Guide to Effective Revision: How to make the most of your revision [Guide To Effective Revision]
- Revision Timetable Template (2018 dates) [2018 Revision Template + Guide]
- Revision Timetable: Advice for getting you started [How To Make a Revision Timetable]
- Miss Franklin’s Step by Step Guide to Revision timetabling [Miss Franklin’s Top Tips for Revision Timetables]
Subject Specific Support Materials
Here you can find a collection of exam questions, revision checklists and other support material for different subjects to support your revision.
Past/sample papers can be found at :
PAPER 1 MODERN FICTION
o Prepare by reading a wide range of modern fiction texts: short stories in particular. Maybe
o Write creatively. Maybe try exercises such as these:
o Use the Mr Bruff videos:
PAPER 2 WRITERS’ VIEWPOINTS
o Prepare by reading opinion and lifestyle pieces online in broadsheet papers with free web
access: The Independent, Huffington Post, Guardian, Telegraph, Mail. For example:
o Write opinion pieces. Watch debate shows such as Question Time, or the Youth Parliament
debates on YouTube.
o Use the Mr Bruff videos:
PAPER 1 SHAKESPEARE and 19th CENTURY NOVEL
Romeo and Juliet
Jekyll and Hyde (or A Christmas Carol)
Read, reread and read again.
o Listen along to the audiobook for a different reading experience:
J and H: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3Rh4AlRzuc&t=220s
R and J: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kt8EzPxNeA (once in Act 1, you will find the
links to all acts up to 5)
And quick recap vids such as this:
o Watch adaptations of scenes from R and J such as those in the link below. Attend
performances if they come up.
Obviously for those students studying a Christmas Carol, the run up to the mocks provides
plenty of opportunity to watch adaptations!
o Watch Mr Bruff and Francis Gilbert (YouTube)
o Use the revision workbooks- a couple of pages a day will be very useful
PAPER 2 MODERN TEXTS AND POETRY
An Inspector Calls
Power and Conflict Poetry
Again, there is no substitute for re reading the texts! But some other strategies to add are:
o Listen to the poems to help to memorise the poems- some decent readings (at times with
useful commentary also) are:
o Watch Mr Bruff
Or look at model answers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rClIkf8SPKA
o Revise poetic techniques using the Power and Conflict knowledge organiser
o Revise the context for An Inspector Calls with this programme:
And learn more about Priestley and his wartime role here:
General Resources (Science):
Fast Revision Tips for Geography: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/revision/gcse/fast-revision-tips-for-aqa-gcse-geography
Link to collection of exam resources for MFL