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A New Start Mrs Triptree Mrs Triptree - Assistant Head teacher Mr Cumming Mr Cumming – Head of Year 10 Miss Devereux Miss Devereux – Assistant Head of.

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3 Mrs Triptree Mrs Triptree - Assistant Head teacher Mr Cumming Mr Cumming – Head of Year 10 Miss Devereux Miss Devereux – Assistant Head of Y10 Mrs Rogers Mrs Rogers - Learning mentor Mrs Curry Mrs Curry - Learning mentor Mrs Stroyd Mrs Stroyd - Alternative Learning KS4 Staff

4 Mrs Triptree Mrs Triptree - Assistant Head teacher Mr Cummins Mr Cummins – Head of Year 10 Miss Devereux Miss Devereux – Assistant Head of Y10 Mrs Rogers Mrs Rogers - Learning mentor Mrs Curry Mrs Curry - Learning mentor Mrs Stroyd Mrs Stroyd - Alternative Learning KS4 Staff

5 5 A* - C with English and Maths 5 A* - C with English and Maths 68 % 12%12% English & Maths

6 5 A* - C 5 A* - C 92 % 5%5% English & Maths

7 English Baccalaureate English Baccalaureate 18 % English & Maths

8 Category No. Pupils 2011 CVA 2009 CVA 2010 CVA 2011CVA 2011 Sig+?Diff School CVA 209995.2 1010.41026.9 Sig+ 31.7 Boys 88997.2 10161031.5 Sig+ 34.3 Girls 121994 1003.31021.1 Sig+ 27.1 Boys < Level 4 21999.8 1023.11024.9 Sig+ 25.1 Boys at Level 4 481000.7 1015.71026.7 Sig+ 26.0 Boys > Level 4 16990.6 1004.21023.3 32.7 Girls < Level 4 16978.3 1001.41024.7 46.4 Girls at Level 4 67997.6 1006.91017.6 Sig+ 20.0 Girls > Level 4 38999.2 997.21006.5 7.3 School Action 13997.5 1001.71034.4 Sig+ 36.9 SA+/ Statemented 101013.2 1008.61016.2 3.0 Non-SEN Students 186994.3 1011.31024.0 Sig+ 29.7

9 Priority - Maths / English English exam in either January 2012 or June 2012 – depending on target grades. Maths exam will be taken by the whole year group in November 2012. English & Maths 40% of the final grade 100% based on the exam

10 Level 2 courses are all at the GCSE standard. This term covers new courses such as BTEC and National which are considered to be Vocational courses. There are some Level 1 courses which are delivered through our Alternative Curriculum where appropriate Types of Courses

11 We send home our progress checks information so you can compare progress against targets. This will happen four times a year; Third week in November, Second week in January, Second week in March. Second week in June. Progress Checks

12 Targets Where do they come from? Based on KS2 SATs results Based on KS2 SATs results FFT (Fischer Family Trust) FFT (Fischer Family Trust) Where do they come from? Based on KS2 SATs results Based on KS2 SATs results FFT (Fischer Family Trust) FFT (Fischer Family Trust) How do we use them? Minimum target grade Minimum target grade Can aspire to higher Can aspire to higher How do we use them? Minimum target grade Minimum target grade Can aspire to higher Can aspire to higher

13 Many subjects are still familiarising themselves with new GCSE courses this year. Most GCSE subjects no longer do traditional coursework. Most do controlled tasks, done under supervision. Strict guidelines on what can be done Coursework

14 BTEC and Nationals provide courses which are 100% coursework Need to be organised, stick to deadlines and not let work build up Develop a portfolio of work Learn the content then apply it to a task This then fits into criteria – see next slide Coursework

15 PASSMERITDISTINCTION P1: Complete an application letter, with an attached CV, to a local health and social care setting P2: Plan appropriately for an interview relating to work in health and social care M1: Demonstrate appropriate interview skills D1: Assess the strengths and weaknesses of your interview skills P3: Carry out a period of work experience, using relevant skills, in a health and social care setting M2: Discuss your overall performance, during the period of work experience D2: Produce an action plan to show how you could have improved your work experience performance P4: Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal skills in a health or social care setting M3 – Discuss own interpersonal skills used in a health and social care setting P5: Complete a reflective log book during your period of work experience in a HSC setting

16 Most GCSE courses have an examined component. Many students will take public exams during January and June of Year 10; English, Science, Geography, History, Business Studies. English and Maths offer early entry to all students to give them more than one chance at passing. No Y10 exam week Exams

17 At Parents Evening June 14 th 2012 How is my child being assessed? How will they be approaching the coursework task and what is it? What revision guides and support are available? What are the deadlines for coursework and can it be done at home?

18 We monitor the links between attendance and success in Y11. Poor attendance always brings limited success. Holidays 95% attendance is a minimum for GCSE success. Attendance

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20 ICT at Streetly

21 What is available in terms of support? Revision classes and Booster lessons in school and out of school hours Support of Learning Mentors / English and Maths Coaches

22 What is available in terms of support? Revision guides and subject specific materials Frog and Materials on the VLE

23 There are a number of staff available should you have any questions. Please feel free to ask or contact me at school st-triptree-r@streetly.walsall.sch.uk Any Questions?


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