Presentation on theme: "High Performing Specialist School SIXTH FORM Egglescliffe School."— Presentation transcript:
High Performing Specialist School SIXTH FORM Egglescliffe School
Support and Guidance 10 TH JANUARY Launch of Sixth Form Brochure Year Eleven Students 19 TH JANUARY Open Evening 7.00pm 30 TH JAN, 31 ST JAN Parents Evenings 30 TH JAN –3 RD FEB Work Experience Week
3 RD FEBRUARY Deadline for Preliminary Choice Forms 13 TH MARCH Consultations with Sixth Form Tutors Issue of Provisional Choice Form 14 TH MARCH Consultations with External Students Issue of Provisional Choice Form Support and Guidance
MAY - JUNE GCSE Examinations 28 TH, 29 TH June Sixth Form Induction Activities Taster Days 23 RD AUGUST GCSE Results 3 RD SEPTEMBER Tutor Interviews Final Choice Course Enrolment Support and Guidance
AS A2 The Present System Y12 Y13 ASA2 AS A2 AS A2 AS + A2 = FULL A LEVEL
Which Course? What is the structure of the course? What does the course involve? What background do I need to embark on this course? Which skills will I develop? Where have previous students gone? Are there any expenses involved?
Column B: Biology Economics English Literature English Language Geography Applied ICT Law Psychology Column P: D&T (Design) Econ. & Business German History Mathematics Ma. & Further Ma. Media Studies Music Psychology Sociology Column W: Chemistry Drama & Theatre English Literature English Language French Mathematics Physical Ed. Politics Column G: Art Biology Chemistry Geography History Media Studies Phil. & Ethics Physical Ed. Physics Choose one subject in each column
Enrichment Opportunities General Studies AS and A Level Open University Young Applicants Scheme (Spanish, maths, poetry, the human genome) Arts Awards Performing Arts
Young Enterprise Qualifications Speech and Drama Qualifications GCSE Dance Enrichment Opportunities AS Computing
GCSE Requirements 5 or more A*-C:Three courses 5 or more A*-B:Four courses Read the specific subject requirements carefully!
100% Pass Rate 54% of entries were A*, A, or B 1 student gained 4 grade A* passes 6 students gained A* grades in 2 or more subjects 8 students gained A* or A grades in 4 or more subjects 21 students gained 4 or more A*-C grades 115 (83%) students gained 3 or more A*-C grades Pupil A Level Results A Level Results 2011
Overall effectiveness:Outstanding Achievement and standards:Outstanding Personal development Outstanding & wellbeing: The quality of Provision:Outstanding Leadership & management:Outstanding
GCE A level results are outstanding. An improving trend has been maintained since 2003. Results for 2008 indicate a 100% pass rate at A2 level for the second consecutive year, and an impressive 58% of students gaining A or B grades. The vast majority of students successfully complete their courses and progress to higher education or employment. [2009: 100% pass rate at A2, 65% gained A or B] [2010: 100% pass rate at A2, 66.3% gained A*, A or B] [2011: 100% pass rate at A2, 53.6% gained A*, A or B]
The schools pursuit of academic excellence is not at the expense of students personal development and well-being. Students spiritual, moral and cultural education is very strong. A good range of tutorial activities contributes significantly to this as well as to their personal health and social education.