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  • OCR Numeracy – LG3 Drama

    27th May 2016
    Our LG3 students from 6th form have been completing their OCR in numeracy. This term we are focussing on the need for standard units for measuring. To assist the students to understand this we are writing and acting a play...More
  • OCR – Important English Exams

    2nd February 2016
    On Monday the 18th of January the O group sat a very important exam in English. The exam was set by OCR and was testing the group on constructing sentences. The exam was important to gain credits towards a certificate in...More
  • OCR Accreditation – LG3 Personal Skills

    15th January 2016
    The students in Learner Group 3 are working towards accreditation in an OCR unit called “Personal Skills”. A large part of the unit is about developing Interpersonal skills and contributing to positive relationships. To...More
  • OCR Accreditation, The Twits and the Sixth Form

    14th October 2015
    The sixth form group, LG4, are on route to obtaining an OCR Accreditation Certificate in Computing and media Studies. We have been looking at Roald Dahl’s story of ‘the Twits’. Our main theme is the production of...More
  • OCR Accreditation

    25th September 2015
    KS4 and KS5 pupils at Melland High School are now working towards OCR accreditation. The pupils are taking Entry Level Certificates in ICT and Science, Cambridge Progression in Maths and English and Life and Living...More
  • Sixth form accreditation.

    30th June 2015
    The newly introduced sixth form accreditation has been entered for external moderation. Students in learner groups one and two have successfully taken part in and produced portfolios of evidence for a variety of OCR ‘Life...More