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9 th October 2014.  Every child, every step, every day  Teaching and Learning – new focus Rapid and sustained progress  More challenge in lessons.

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1 9 th October 2014

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3  Every child, every step, every day  Teaching and Learning – new focus Rapid and sustained progress  More challenge in lessons  Pace and differentiation  Home learning innovations  Study Skills  Rigorous monitoring of standards  Learning independence skills

4  Every child, every step, every day  Behaviour and Safety  More engagement  Improved uniform  Better Planner and Homework practice  Transition extended to two days  Higher attendance 95.4% (outstanding)  Improved behaviour policy – 97% compliance  Improved praise policy

5  Young Leaders  Tutor time responsibilities  Sports Ambassadors  Extra curricular activities  ABC – STOP crew  Librarians  Merit badge awards  School Council  Gifted and talented programme  Literacy leaders and super readers

6  Tutors remain with tutor group throughout  Transition manager – Mr Jenkins liaises with every primary school and sees every pupil  Progress Leaders and pastoral support workers support learning and behaviour as well as providing emotional encouragement  All staff seen as part of the pastoral system

7  Summary of year 11 progress from Summer  Recognise improvement from previous year  Efforts of staff, parents and students rewarded  Important – closer to national averages with ambitious targets for 2014/2015 to exceed them.  Changes in curriculum to ensure students leave with pathway to college and beyond

8  72% English A*-C  81% 3 Levels of Progress  35% 4 Levels of Progress  7% A*/A  English Literature 82% A*C 16% A*/A

9  64% A*-C  8% A* A  66% 3 Levels of Progress  20% 4 Levels of Progress

10  20% improvement on 5 A*-C (EM)  42% achieved 1 A*/A (or equivalent)  14% of all GCSE grades were A*/A  Statement 100% 5 A*-C (EM)  Year on Year progress since 2011 Value Added 20 points higher than 2011 in 2013

11  Triple science 93% - 29% A*/A  Further Maths 77% - 29% A*/A  Geography 71% - 34% A*/A  History 75% - 18% A*/A  Computing 80% - 33% A*/A  PE 80%  Textiles 81%  Btec Art and Design 100%  Btec Performing Arts 100%

12  Can-do culture  No child left behind  Inquisitive community of learners  Rapidly improving (DFE and Ofsted)  Lessons encourage thought, argument and debate  Reports home 5 times per year  To establish next steps to promote further progress  To strengthen the relationship between the college, student and home

13 What does it mean?  Regular Ofsted visits  Termly Department For Education visits  Outstanding coaching from Arnewood Teaching School  A ccess to expertise  B uild our practice in collaboration  C hecking progress Advantages  Our evaluations of progress are tested by experts termly  Our plans, progress and procedures are scrutinised publicly  Rapid progress is good for ‘every child, every step, every day.’

14 2014  GCSEs with A* - G  National Curriculum with levels  Schools compared by number of students with Levels of Progress and 5A*-C (EM) 2015  English and Maths new GCSE start Year 10  New National Curriculum ‘no levels’ in second year.  We guarantee that the TSC curriculum will be 2020 ready.

15 September 2018  New GCSE in place for all curriculum subjects  Graded 9-1  Terminal exams  Schools compared by Progress of 8 best subjects August 2020  GCSEs with grades 9-1  Best Testwood results ever  More students exceeding expectations than ever before

16  Self management  Problem solving  Positive attitude  Resilience  Enthusiasm  Respect  Creativity  Curiosity  Work experience

17  Our New Curriculum  To capture their imagination  To maximise their progress  Raise their aspirations  Provide breadth and balanced options

18  14 th October 9.00 –  21 st October 9.00 –  Arrive at reception  Guided Tours by Year 7 students  Head Teacher’s study for any questions  Please phone for an appointment 

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