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An evening of celebration saw former students welcomed back to Burnt Mill Academy. The class of 2018 were invited back to school to collect their GCSE certificates and more - https://t.co/x621yeRNDx https://t.co/J9afq5cTYp


Children with special educational needs and disabilities are turning their lives around through performing arts. Full story - https://t.co/DvYOEq4lKi https://t.co/sD3TcVvjw1


Young sports leaders were called upon to help host a national event for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). A team of students have taken on the role of sports leaders to assist pupils with their inclusive PE lessons. https://t.co/TcGbwM6cqg https://t.co/bN48ULbI9B


Young mathematicians have qualified for the semi-finals of a national competition. The Year 8 students competed against other schools from around the country to make it through to the next stage of the National Young Mathematician Competition. https://t.co/mtWfwWzyXc https://t.co/Y1TE1XL4ZM


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas here at Burnt Mill Academy. https://t.co/aMjx8f6HLr


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A partnership with has seen children from across the BMAT group of schools – in Harlow, Epping and Newham - take opportunities otherwise out of reach. Full story - https://t.co/i436zKG5jD https://t.co/LHUwxlX4xJ


The challenge is on as teachers – and a student – from Burnt Mill Academy battle it out to produce the best facial hair for . Full story and fundraising link - https://t.co/8w4yoqvb36 https://t.co/DtSUS1Ktqg


Young sports leaders at Burnt Mill Academy have been awarded for their work with children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Full story - https://t.co/fjEZCziSEW https://t.co/FfRm83qhHD


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Teenagers from Harlow and Epping went head to head with a Lego challenge. Year 9 students from and and Year 10 students form took on the task of designing and programming a robot to carry out a specific task. https://t.co/VRzDINXb9W https://t.co/pjl7BcR2d2


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BMAT Battle Of The Bards! Presented by . Othello by takes on Henry IV Part 1 by . 29th November at in the main theatre. Contact (email in poster) for details and tickets. https://t.co/iRKJ3gqLUe


Burnt Mill Academy students took part in a 2 minutes silence on Friday 9th November to commemorate armistice Day. Student Harvey Lucas performed The Last Post https://t.co/gHJFjiP0fR


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Claire Bishop

So proud of this young lady, thank you for supporting her so well https://t.co/sUfZnyiZwk


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Congratulations to all our class of 2018 on their fantastic achievements and awards. You are all fabulous. We will all miss you. https://t.co/yG7t6JHHOy


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Ms Ganzhorn

What a proud but sad moment to say goodbye to our yr 11s. I meant everyword I said. You are ALL INCREDIBLE young people who deserve the best. Couldn't hide the tears at the end! So proud that so many of you continued with a language at A-level.


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Open evening tonight 6:00 pm. Speech at 6:45pm. You can speak to teachers and students before or after the speech. . Students welcome from any school. https://t.co/KK9kbAGkR1


Happy Halloween 🎃 https://t.co/FsZvExF1h8


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Our director of Performing Arts spoke to BBC Essex's Dave Monk about the introduction of DJing lessons at . https://t.co/DMl97XFMsb


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Massive well done to all the X-country runners who ran at the West Essex X-country championships at yesterday. Superb effort from everyone that ran. 🎽🏅 https://t.co/8Txqo49YQW


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. introduces Future DJs to their curriculum - https://t.co/5geEFixwPD https://t.co/TPDNfrt1xr


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Exam board: Edexcel
Course code/specification number: 1CSO
Level of qualification: GCSE

What skills will students develop and demonstrate?

  • Research and enquiry
  • Interpretation of evidence
  • Planning, collaboration & problem- solving
  • Advocacy and campaigning
  • Evaluation essay writing

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

Progress to A Level studies in Law, media, or politics.

What grades can students access?

Grades 9-1 

What will students learn about?

Living together in the UK
How have communities developed in the UK? What is identity? What are democratic values and where do they come from? How does local democracy work?

Democracy at work in the UK
Who runs the country? How does Parliament work? How is power shared between Westminster and the devolved administrations? How does government manage public money?

Law and Justice
What is the law for and how does it affect us? How does the justice system work? Is crime increasing in society?

Power and Influence
What power and influence can citizens have? What role and influence should the media have? Does the UK have power and influence in the wider world?

Taking Citizenship Action
Students will use and apply their citizenship knowledge, understanding and skills to take action to try and make a difference, create a benefit or change in society. Students will carry out an investigation leading to citizenship action and will develop the following skills:

  • research and enquiry
  • interpretation of evidence
  • planning
  • collaboration
  • problem solving
  • advocacy and campaigning
  • evaluation

How will students’ learning be assessed?

Students will sit an exam at the end of the course. (100% exam).

For further information please contact:

Mr. L. Bradbury Assistant Head bradburyl@burntmill.essex.sch.uk
Ms. R. Fletcher Subject Teacher fletcher@burntmill.essex.sch.uk


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