Year 11 are taking the OCR GCSE English Literature and GCSE English Language examinations this summer. Many pupils and parents have asked for advice concerning purchasing revision guides. Unfortunately most revision guides for English focus on the more widely used exam boards.
With this in mind we have produced three helpful guides for you to download and use to support your revision over the coming weeks. The Writing guide is aimed at all pupils regardless of whether you are taking higher or foundation tier and contains past questions as well as guidance on planning, paragraphing, using techniques and developing a variety of sentence structures. The reading guides are targeted at specific tiers of entry because the number of the questions is different. You can download the Higher Reading Guide or the Foundation Reading Guide here.
The Higher guide focuses across the three large tariff questions and supports you with model answers and a past paper. The Foundation guide will focus on how to pick up the easy marks on the low tariff questions and on how to maximise the marks available on questions 1d, 2a and 2b. If you have difficulty downloading these documents please speak to your English teacher as soon as you can. Happy Revising!
English Language – Higher Paper reading revision
English Language – Higher Paper writing revision
English Language – Higher Paper Question paper
English Language – Higher paper Insert Stretch Limos
English Literature – An Inspector Calls
English Literature – Lord of Flies and Simon Armitage
English Literature – Of Mice and Men
English Literature – General Revision
USEFUL WEBSITES FOR MATHS EXAMS REVISION
Mymaths login: bury password: church – (You will have to download the puffin academy app to view on a tablet or ipad)
Pearson Active Learn – (pupils have their own login details)
Mr Barton Maths – There are tutorial videos and past paper questions.
GCSE Takeaway – The link to GCSE Takeaway is really good for questions on every topic by grade.
Corbett Maths – Plenty of exam practise questions including ‘5 a day’ (questions for every day of the year)