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01/04/20

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More than 6,000 pieces of much-needed personal protection equipment (PPE) have been donated to the by the BMAT family of schools in Harlow, Epping and Stansted in Essex and Newham in London. https://t.co/2kuQZH6YbV https://t.co/N3GTShyrVC

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01/04/20

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We’ve emptied our stocks across our schools and this morning ⁦⁩ has delivered over 3000 pieces of PPE equipment to the ⁦⁩ to protect those on the front line treating . https://t.co/A6v7BKLzeB

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31/03/20

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A teacher is reaching out to her neighbourhood in support of those struggling with social isolation during the Coronavirus shutdown. https://t.co/4fScnRpyBe https://t.co/xq6Bcd0ziG

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30/03/20

Studies into Greek myths took curious students on a tour of . Year 7 students from Burnt Mill Academy spent a day at the prestigious university’s classics faculty as part of their English studies on Greek Myths and Northern Lights texts. https://t.co/RJBSa5mKpC https://t.co/zF163tejsz

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27/03/20

Anxious and depressed young people are getting professional support as their school teams up with the NHS and Department for Education (). Burnt Mill Academy is part of the DfE and NHS funded Mental Health Trailblazer project. https://t.co/xiGcBUhGIr https://t.co/BpqcpTffXy

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09/03/20

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This Wednesday! Interested in studying subjects in Key Stage 5? Come along to our Sixth Form open evening (Harlow CM20) on Wednesday 11th March. Register online at https://t.co/ON2TBeo0J9 https://t.co/Ex0n72VUdX

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04/03/20

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ONE WEEK TO GO! Interested in studying subjects in Key Stage 5? Come along to our Sixth Form open evening (Harlow CM20) on Wednesday 11th March. Register online at bmatsix.og https://t.co/tPXSIgPDEM

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03/03/20

Burnt Mill Academy are looking for an enthusiastic volunteer, interested in schools and education, to join our local governing board as a community governor. To register your interest please fill out the contact form on https://t.co/Y2UzI6QV5T https://t.co/H4FOhvLF2q

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27/02/20

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Burnt Mill Academy: Learning is extended beyond the classroom for students https://t.co/9HvAEkJx1H https://t.co/pXIaE5mt4d

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27/02/20

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Our robotics crew and their mentors from spent the whole day getting ready for the challenge taking place at next week. One trust one dream 👍 https://t.co/bHjWtyKD00

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26/02/20

Year 7 students at Burnt Mill Academy have been learning about Greek myths in their English lessons. As part of their studies, they were challenged to take on an extended homework project to showcase their knowledge. https://t.co/x5WLC8qMOd https://t.co/nM97uld5D1

24/02/20

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Have amazing teachers 💪who give so much of their time & get great GCSE results!!! 🎯📈 as a parent I am v grateful 👏👨‍🎓

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24/02/20

Teenagers are preparing for the next step of their life by spending time away from home. Year 11 students are signing up for a summer programme which will challenge them to live independently, learn life skills and meet new people. https://t.co/rNRyyiBLEx https://t.co/SldsJTGvIv

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20/02/20

A new forest area is taking shape, thanks to a group of environmentally aware students. Members of the environmental team at Burnt Mill Academy joined forces with the community and to plant trees. https://t.co/rv5tO0p5aW https://t.co/FbXEyMfqkd

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17/02/20

Brilliant teenagers have graduated from a project. A group of 12 students were selected to take part in the . Having completed a research project with a PHD tutor, students attended a graduation ceremony at the university. https://t.co/9PoXzqZIUz https://t.co/hQkLhrzuJK

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12/02/20

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Musical students are getting a unique lesson from the best musicians in the world. A group of 35 students from and 48 students from , together took the trip to , to attend a performance by the . https://t.co/0eBVDifHI9 https://t.co/PDq7e9VDya

10/02/20

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Well done to the students from , and attending today's graduation in College!🎉🎓

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06/02/20

A celebratory ball turned into quite a hair-raising experience for some. For the deputy head boy and a classmate it was an opportunity to literally let their hair down – or, have it shaved off! https://t.co/rQyRFzX0kp https://t.co/GfqAwoIJFf

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04/02/20

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Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/VvzQNalzNy https://t.co/ZWJCUwzLjj

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30/01/20

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A massive thanks to Sam from who volunteered at the Essex Primary Swim Finals 12 teams comprising 84 swimmers had the experience of competing at the iconic venue Sam was joined by 16 sports leaders from 👏 https://t.co/NxMyftKPPD

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Music

Exam board: OCR
Course code/specification number: J536
Level of qualification: GCSE, Level 2

What skills will students develop and demonstrate?

  • Instrumental techniques used for chosen instrument..
  • How the music is performed, and what it is used for – the culture it comes from.
  • How the singers/instruments work together in the performances.
  • How technology is used and how it has developed
  • How the music is composed for each purpose – (use of the elements, different musical devices, tonalities, structures)

What will students learn about?

Area of Study 1 My Music: Learners should study any of the following: • any instrument • voice – this can include styles such as rapping or beatboxing • DJ-ing • sequencing – realisation using ICT.

Area of Study 2 The Concerto Through Time: Learners should study The Concerto and its development from 1650 to 1910 through: • the Baroque Solo Concerto • the Baroque Concerto Grosso • the Classical Concerto • the Romantic Concerto.

Area of Study 3 Rhythms of the World: Learners should study the tradi- tional rhythmic roots from four geographical regions of the world: • India and Punjab • Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East • Africa • Central and South America.

Area of Study 4 Film Music: Learners should study a range of music used for films including: • music that has been composed specifically for a film • music from the Western Classical tradition that has been used within a film • music that has been composed as a soundtrack for a video game.

Area of Study 5 Conventions of Pop: Learners should study a range of popular music from the 1950s to the present day, focussing on: • Rock ‘n’ Roll of the 1950s and 1960s • Rock Anthems of the 1970s and 1980s • Pop Ballads of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s • Solo Artists from 1990 to the present day.

How will students’ learning be assessed?

  • Integrated portfolio (30%): A performance, a composition and a commentary, all related to Area of Study 1 (the composition and commentary are all part of controlled coursework)
  • Practical component (30%): Ensemble performance & composi- tion to a set brief. The ensemble performance can be on any instrument and of any genre. This is internally assessed.
  • Listening Test (40%): Listening, appraisal & notation skills as- sessed in an exam at the end of the course. Externally assessed.

What grades can students access?

Students can achieve grades 9-1

What can students’ progress on to after completing this course?

BTEC qualifications, music technology, performing arts or media. Apprenticeships in recording engineering, music publish assistant, radio broadcast assistant.

A level – music, performance studies, music technology 

For further information please contact:

Ms. C. Casey Head of Faculty caseyc@burntmill.essex.sch.uk 
 

 

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