Date of publication: 2017-09-03 12:51
a variety of approaches, methods and intentions of contemporary and historical artists, craftspeople and designers from different cultures and their contribution to continuity and change in society in their chosen areas(s) of study within Fine Art. A working vocabulary and knowledge of specialist terms relevant to their chosen area(s) of study within Fine Art.
The School enters the annual Bank of England Target Interest Rate Competition all of our Lower Sixth economists compete for a place on the School team. Teams of students from the Fourth Form upwards enter the LIBF’s Student Investor challenge, where they take control of an investment portfolio with £655,555 of virtual money to invest in the stock market. The Department also runs an internal business competition, where pupils have the opportunity to set up and run their own company with the proceeds being donated to charity.
Physics deals with a fundamental understanding of how nature works. It incorporates an understanding in the behaviour of particles and waves through the language of mathematics to fully appreciate its true beauty.
This subject is useful if you wish to study Astronomy, Astrophysics, Physics, Particle Physics, Electricity, Electronics, Engineering (all types) Medical Physics, Physical Chemistry and more.
This unit provides 65% of the A7 mark.
This unit covers the course theory, including topics such as use of the functions of the Operating System, Databases, Floating Point Binary and the functions of a compiler. This topic is designed to broaden a student’s understanding of the functioning of a computer – both by giving a deeper analysis of the technology used within a desktop PC, but also in terms of examining new programming paradigms and their use in problem solving.
Electricty Hazards of electricity, insulation, earthing, fuses, circuit breakers Electrical heating, , . and . Series and parallel circuits, graphs for wires, filament lamps, diodes LDRs, thermistors, LEDs, Ohm’s Law, electrostatic charges, laws and safety aspect of them.
They are not obliged to and more popular destinations are unlikely to. If you miss your target grades you will enter a process at UCAS called "clearing". This is designed to match unfilled courses to students with acceptable qualifications. If, after this process, you do not have a course and you still wish to pursue one you will have to reapply anyway and retakes may well be part of this strategy.
Students are required to sit two exams, Component 6 – the breadth study (worth 85 marks) in a two and a half hour exam, and Component 7 (also worth 85 marks), and also in a two and a half hour exam. Both exams feature one source based essay where three contemporary or historians’ sources based on interpretations are compared, and two further essays which focus mainly on change, continuity and significance. Students also submit a 8,555 word essay as part of their Non-Examined Assessment (worth 95 marks).
Students are required to sit three exams, Component 6 –Drama 65 marks) in a two and a quarter hour exam, and Component 7 - Prose ( worth 95 marks), a one hour exam, Component 8 - Poetry (worth 65 marks) a two and a quarter hour exam. Each exam covers critical essays on two separate texts studied and prose and poetry demand one comparative essay on both texts. The poetry unit includes an unseen element. Students also submit a 7,555 -8,555 word essay as course work worth 65 marks.
At least two years of successful full-time or equivalent degree studies, undertaken and examined in English outside Australia, and assessed by UWA to be equivalent to Australian degree studies.