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1 Unlocking potential Opening Doors Preston Manor High School Science and Mathematics Specialist College Leading Edge School RAPP Mentor School Consultant School

2 School context and characteristics 11-19 comprehensive 95% ethnic minorities 70% EAL 25% FSM SEN 198 SA & SA + 198 SA & SA + 59 statemented 59 statemented 12 Speech & Language 12 Speech & Language Roll 1484, 255 post 16 PTR 12.9 (10.5 with SEN) Staffing 105 fte 30LSAs Speech therapist 1 part-time counsellor 3 child psychotherapists (pt) Intense learning mentor 17 admin support 9 technicians

3 Performance Indicators 1995 2000 2003 2005 2006 2007 1995 2000 2003 2005 2006 2007 SATs %5+ English 40 81 87 85 85 86 Maths 55 78 83 92 88 89 Science 44 73 73 81 86 84 GCSE 5+ 45 68 70 72 74 (69EM) 79 (72EM) ALevel APC 12.6 18.2 270 295 316 298 The literacy strategy started several years ago has had a major impact on students achievement and underpins the continual rise in standards. OfSTED Nov. 2005

4 Raising staff awareness Working party Working party Training days Training days Heads of Department Clear focus Exemplar materials Reading (DARTs) Writing Oracy

5 Whole school Whole school literacy policy Whole school literacy policy Green pen policy Literacy\Green Penning\GREEN PEN POLICY.docx Green pen policy Literacy\Green Penning\GREEN PEN POLICY.docxLiteracy\Green Penning\GREEN PEN POLICY.docxLiteracy\Green Penning\GREEN PEN POLICY.docx Skills grid in planners Skills grid in planners Literacy\Green Penning\Green Penning - Paragraphs.doc Literacy\Green Penning\Green Penning - Paragraphs.docLiteracy\Green Penning\Green Penning - Paragraphs.docLiteracy\Green Penning\Green Penning - Paragraphs.doc Reading record cards Reading record cards Reading books at all times Reading books at all times Post 16 support in reading during registration Post 16 support in reading during registration Focus on teaching and learning Focus on teaching and learning CLC – Blaze Radio CLC – Blaze Radio

6 Literacy co-ordinators role Supports departments – revising SOWs, team teaching Supports departments – revising SOWs, team teaching Monitors whole school literacy initiatives across departments Monitors whole school literacy initiatives across departments Spelling Bee competition Spelling Bee competition Reading clubs Reading clubs BBC News Report BBC News Report Collaborative learning in science- CSI projects Collaborative learning in science- CSI projects

7 Speech and Language – therapeutic interventions Expressive language skills group Expressive language skills group Autism peer support programme Autism peer support programme Drarma-therapy with Roundabout Drarma-therapy with Roundabout Social skills group – crafting activities Social skills group – crafting activities

8 The English department leads the way

9 Year 6/7 Year 6/7 literacy summer school 1-2 weeks 1-2 weeks Target group - level 3 Target group - level 3 Confidence building Confidence building Skills based Skills based Re-assessed at the end of the course Re-assessed at the end of the course Year 6/7 summer work pack Year 6/7 summer work pack Year 7 Early Morning Literacy Club 3 times a week 35 minutes Involves 8 students per group Follow Progress Units Entered for progress tests in May –check improvement

10 Year 7 Writing Intervention Project Started in April 2004 Started in April 2004 Involves 16 students Involves 16 students Targets underachieving Level 4 students Targets underachieving Level 4 students Includes cross curricular element Includes cross curricular element Involves booster classes and motivational activities Involves booster classes and motivational activities Involves collaborative assessment and target setting Involves collaborative assessment and target setting www.writingworkshop.150m. co m www.writingworkshop.150m. co m www.writingworkshop.150m. co m www.writingworkshop.150m. co m

11 Year 7 literacy discrete lesson English literacy level 4 programme Level 3 Progress units Level 5 Latin Statemented, SA, SA+ children work with key workers EAL learners work with EAL teacher

12 Year 8 – 10 literacy intervention programme Blocking in two halves in English Blocking in two halves in English Create extra class – the intervention room Create extra class – the intervention room Programme of withdrawal Programme of withdrawal For ½ a term For ½ a term Same SATs level Same SATs level Focused literacy support Focused literacy support Year 11 Top set created Mix of mixed ability and set teaching 2 lessons in mixed ability groups 2 lessons in setted groups English Lang: 82% (24%A*A) English Lit: 91% (42%A*A)

13 Year 9 English at a glance 6 x level 6a/7 Novel (24 + 24 = 48) 5 x level 4 Shakespeare and SATs preparation (20 + 20 = 40) 5 x level 6/7 ( 20 + 20 = 40) 4 x level 5 (16 + 16 =32) 5 x level 4 Shakespeare and SATs preparation (20 + 20 = 40) 4 x level 5 (16 + 16 = 32 ) 232

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15 Literacy programmes - the impact? Rickys story On entry : English SATS 2 Maths SATS 3 Science SATS 3 KS3 results English SATS 5 Maths SATS 6 Science SATS 6 FFT No 5 A* - C Schools predictions 5 A* - C Rickys 2008 results 5 A* -C ( including Maths, Double Science and English Lit )

16 Whole School Intervention Programmes English Learning Disabilities Other Groups Year 6 Summer school Year 7 discrete Literacy Early Morning Progress lessons lessons WritingInterventionProgramme Lunch and After-school club Early morning Reading Club Discrepancies Between Verbal And Non-verbal Thinking Skills Groups Social SkillsCircle of friends Literacy Intervention Programme Years 8 - 11 Emotional Intelligence Black boys Gifted And Talented Anger Management Counselling Refugees group Student Council Mentoring

17 June 2010 London sarahcreasey@pmanor.brent.sch.uk


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