I like the thought process but you will end up with your ideas in 3 separate places. Here's a step-by-step of what I would do:
1. Shorten class notes to the absolute bare minimum so it should fit half a page. No paragraphs, just bullet-points.
2. Below this copy key points, quotes, themes, etc. from the revision guide, again in bullet-points.
3. Below this, write the ideas for analysis.
4. Optional: Create a mindmap that answers a specific question [e.g. the portrayal of the American Dream in Great Gatsby]. From there I would branch out at least 4 of my ideas for analysis [e.g. the hollowness of the upper class]. From there I would branch out again with quotes and relevant context.
By step 3 you will have something that is easy to revise from and I do recommend you practice active recall method. But by step 4 you will have your own essay plan with everything already split up logically. This helps you memorise essays which is crucial as the UK educational system is mostly a memory game.
This setup got me an A in English Lit & Lang, my only regret is not doing active recall method! Let me know if you need more help.