Knowledge organisers are provided to students at the start of each term. They contain the essential 'knowledge' that students will be studying that term. They will be asked to refer to their knowledge organisers in-between lessons, and are expected to access this alongside other homework that they have been set.
Below, you will find download links to the Key stage 3 Knowledge Organisers, as well as an intoroduction to their purpose and usage. For students in key stage 4, knowledge organisers will be provided directly by teachers, depending on which GCSE options and entry-levels the students are working towards.
The following resources have been paid for or set up by the College to assist you in your studies. Please make good use of them!
Get the password from a maths teacher
Website set up by the science department for students to access lesson resources and a range of useful links, videos and revision material
Science homework and resources, including course content for all year groups from 7-11. Get your login details from a science teacher
Language learning sites - get your login details from a Language teacher
Blogs set up by the History Department for GCSE and KS3 students with links, homeworks, articles, resources and more.
Blog set up by the Art department with homework and exam information
Online repository of Busness resources set up by your subject teachers.
Website set up by the Dance department for GCSE and Dance Specialism students
Free "accelerated learning" platform for various subjects
General learning and revision resource for all ages and subjects
Website providing a good selection of Science GCSE revision videos
Revision tools including flash card creation
Collection of maths, science and geography videos and links
General GCSE revision site
Cross-curricular revision tips and resources
GCSE resources for a range of subjects
Thomas Estley provides the above links to websites we have found useful for students in their studies. The College is not responsible for the content of any externally linked websites. If any inappropriate content is discovered via a link placed on this site, please report this to the College via our contact form and we will remove the link.