Masters of Recall Overview
As part of the Key Stage 3 curriculum at Trinity Academy Leeds, students are required to gain key knowledge in all of their subjects. Embedding this knowledge into their long term memory will equip them not only to understand each subject in more depth, but set the foundations for GCSE study. At Trinity Academy Leeds we understand that learning knowledge takes time. This part of the website is dedicated to providing resources to help students revise the content needed each term. To build up their knowledge, as the more knowledge we have the easier it is to gain more.
In Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9, students will be provided with ‘Knowledge Organisers’ from the following subjects each term:
- Design Technology
- Computer Science
- Personal Development.
As part of their weekly home learning students will be expected to revise from each Knowledge Organiser. Each term students will sit their “big test” as part of Masters of Recall. This is an online test that focuses on the key knowledge needed in each subject. Students will answer 20 Recall questions from each subject. Questions will be taken from the Knowledge Organisers from that term. The key to success in the big tests is a bringing together of recall home learning, morning recall and recall 6. Results will be shared with students; teachers will guide students on how to use this information to improve their scores.
Success at Masters of Recall is recognised in several ways:
- Achievement points
- Achievement badges.
Students who regularly succeed at Masters of Recall go on to achieve well in formal examinations.