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Revision Links

Subject Websites
Business Studies SAM Learning Podcasts (AQA GCSE) (units 1 and 2) (highlights GCSE ones)
Computer Science

Craig’n’Dave YouTube Channel. You should have watched all 50 of these videos at least once! -

BBC Bitesize -

SAM Learning Unit 1 – Computer Systems -

SAM Learning Unit 2 – Computational Thinking and Algorithms -

In addition, all students have a revision guide with a code on the inside front cover which gives access to the online version of the guide with a range of additional activities.

Child Development › GCSE › Home Economics: Child Development

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Geography All links and resources to support you with your geography revision can be found on the department website at Here you can find useful web links including Quizlet activities, revision guides and resources.

In addition to this, the BBC Bitesize website specific to the 9-1 AQA course is very useful. This can be found here- 
GCSE PE - GCSE BITESIZE - Sports Coach - PE teaching site


Unit 1 - Crime and Punishment - Brilliant in depth overview guide. - range of video clips on BBC Bitesize – another good revision guide with some exam tips – Great exam technique video, look for the other linked ones!


Unit 2 – Germany 1919-45 – The excellent Spartacus site, with a HUGE range of different areas examined. – Propaganda archive, brilliant for showing the developing use of different types of propaganda. – Examination of the problems facing the Weimar Republic 1919-23. – Biography of Gustav Stresemann. – How the Wall St crash helped the Nazi rise to power. – Women in Nazi Germany – Overview of the Hitler Youth movement. – How the Nazis used education to help their rule. – How propaganda was used by the Nazis. – Overview of the developing and changing treatment of the Jews under the Nazis.

Unit 3 – Protest in the 20th Century

Suffragettes – Overview of the suffragettes and what they wanted. – How the Suffragette movement developed. – Lots of great interviews with those who fought for Women to get the vote.

General Strike – Overview of the 1926 General strike, with many primary sources. – Chronology of the strike.

Miners’ Strike – Photographs showing the 1984/5 Miners’ Strike. – Overview of the strike, written 20 years later. – Union website examining the 1984/5 strikes.

Poll Tax Riots – BBC report about the Poll Tax Riots. – Article written 20 years after the riots examining the impact of the riots.

Unit 4 – CA Vietnam – Great site offering an overview of the war. – An overview of the Vietnam war through photographs. – Very detailed overview of the war and how it progressed. – Overview of the war, with a good section examining Guerrilla warfare. – Detailed overview of the protest movement. – Overview of the different types of protest that took place. – Protest movement. – Public opinion about the war, supported with statistics.

Maths MyMaths
Maths Watch VLE – pupils have logins, but due to be updated asap.
GCSE Bitesize
Kesh Maths

News Association: Up to date debates and news about the news!

Edmodo- a valuable resource for up-to-date information. Iit is updated regularly with new stories focused around key areas of representation, institutions, technology, exam topic of news etc.

WJEC Exam board resources:

Areas to focus on:

* Image analysis and exploring media texts
* Representation
* Advertising and marketing
* GCSE Media: News resources
* GCSE Television news and News websites

Curriculum exchange- revision is kept up to date for your exam topic of news: TV news and news websites.

News websites: 

MFL AQA past papers for reading and listening practice can be found at: (your teacher can give you the username/password) 

ALSO: if you search for GCSE Spanish/ GCSE French on the App Store (if you have a tablet or smartphone at the house), you can download a free vocab revision application. There are also ones that you have to pay for. We highly recommend using one of these.
Resistant Materials BBC bitesize - there are two websites:
1. The new one (the first one which comes up on a google search) - mostly videos. Some of them are useful. 
2. The better site is the old one (which is the second on the list of google search), this has revision, plus an activity and then questions on lots of different aspects of Resistant Materials.
3. This You tube channel is also good for revision.
Still the best for concise revision, even some cool games to play at home!
You need to register for this website and the resources are not as specific to our syllabus, AQA, as some websites, but it is still worth a look.
Need centre ID, User ID and password to access; very useful!
Good for chemists.
Worth a look. videos on you tube.
As the name suggests, tutorials on you tube.

Society and Ethics

Textiles - they have a phone app which is about £1.99 – fires 100 questions to the student.