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These timetables maintain a core of English and mathematics in the mornings for juniors to gain basic literacy and numeracy. Such is necessary to survive well in modern society.

Junior Timetable Example

The aim is to keep it really simple. Here is a simple 5 Day timetable with one hour classes. If a school wanted more subjects, shorter lessons would enable the addition of one more morning subject. However, the real aim is excellence rather than mediocrity across a myriad of subjects.

Homeroom Period 1 Period 2 Break Period 3 Run Lunch Activity
Monday

Maths English / Social Studies Science All students run for 30mins Study area X
Tuesday

Science Maths English / Social Studies All students run for 30mins Study area X
Wednesday

English / Social Studies Science Maths All students run for 30mins Study area X
Thursday

As required As required As required All students run for 30mins Study area X
Friday

As required As required As required All students run for 30mins Study area X

An extra Junior subject or two could be added if a school took out say, one lesson from each of the main subjects. This example uses a 6 Day timetable. But the ideal would be fewer subjects (as above) studied in more depth

Homeroom Period 1 Period 2 Break Period 3 Run Lunch Activity
Day 1

Maths Extra subject 1 Science All students run for 30mins Study area X
Day 2

Extra subject 1 Maths English / Social Studies All students run for 30mins Study area X
Day 3

English / Social Studies Science Extra subject 1 All students run for 30mins Study area X
Day 4

Maths Extra subject 2 Science All students run for 30mins Study area X
Day 5

Extra subject 2 Maths English / Social Studies All students run for 30mins Study area X
Day 6

English / Social Studies Science Extra subject 2 All students run for 30mins Study area X

Senior Timetable

It would be important for students to make their choices very carefully since their future would be determined by these choices. They are also able to choose a subject in the afternoon programme but must study it all year with the aim of achieving a very high standard (they ought to be able to cover two or three years of work in one year). Maths and English would be compulsory for the first senior year only to ensure the basic required level of literacy / numeracy.

5 Day timetable with Subjects A, B, C

Homeroom Period 1 Period 2 Break Period 3 Run Lunch Activity
Monday

A B C All students run for 30mins Study area X
Tuesday

C A B All students run for 30mins Study area X
Wednesday

B C A All students run for 30mins Study area X
Thursday

A B C All students run for 30mins Study area X
Friday

C A B All students run for 30mins Study area X

6 Day timetable, with an extra subject added (depending upon the school's requirement)

Homeroom Period 1 Period 2 Break Period 3 Run Lunch Period 4 Activity    (finish later)
Day 1

A B C All students run for 30mins D Study area X
Day 2

D A B All students run for 30mins C Study area X
Day 3

C D A All students run for 30mins B Study area X
Day 4

B C D All students run for 30mins A Study area X
Day 5

A B C All students run for 30mins D Study area X
Day 6

D A B All students run for 30mins C Study area X

Naturally, there are many combinations that can be made for a timetable. The whole point of this system, however, is less academic focus to allow students to excel at what they choose to do. Some may indeed choose to focus on academics, but others will be free to focus on developing skills in music, sport, art, computing, electronics ...

Simply, the idea is: Morning school; Afternoon Excellence

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Last updated: 02/25/18.