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1 Your Future, Your Choice

2 It is estimated that today’s learner will have jobs by the age of 38

3 Which don’t yet exist Using technologies that haven’t been invented In order to solve problems which we don’t even know are problems yet Schools are currently preparing students for jobs:

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5 It is estimated that one week’s copies of a newspaper contains more information than a person came across in a lifetime in the 18 th century

6 Students should become: –Successful Learners –Confident Individuals –Responsible Citizens

7 “The best way to predict the future is to build it” Douglas Adams Redland Green Students

8 What will the KS4 curriculum look like? Core – 30 hours (6 days a fortnight) Languages – 5 hours (1 day a fortnight) Options – 15 hours (3 days a fortnight)

9 MonTuesWedsThursFri Core Option A Diploma BTEC diploma BTEC certificate GCSE CoreLanguageCore Option B Diploma BTEC diploma BTEC certificate GCSE Option C GCSE BTEC Cert Core The timetable

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11 The North Area Partnership Options

12 The Diploma A challenging, vocational course designed to prepare students for a career in a specific area of work Construction and the Built Environment Hair and Beauty Studies Engineering

13 The Diploma Combines subject learning (one day per week at another centre) with English, ICT, Mathematics and another subject (all at RGS) Have to pass all the components to achieve the Diploma Worth 7 – 7.5 GCSEs at grade A*-C

14 BTEC Diploma Whole day courses; the equivalent of four GCSEs A*-C. They will take place all day on a Tuesday during two Option sessions. BTEC Certificate Half day courses; the equivalent of two GCSE A*-C. They will take place during Option sessions.

15 How will I know whether I want to study a subject I think I know nothing about?

16 Decisions, decisions… Mentors and Heads of House

17 Wednesday, 27 January 2010 BCC Diploma ( pm) Thursday, 28 January 2010 Year 9 Subject Consultation Meeting ( pm) Week beginning Monday, 1 February 2010 Taster lessons in new subjects Key Dates

18 Filling in the form…

19 Opt for a modern foreign language

20 Opting for a partnership course (off site)

21 Full Name of CourseQualificationLevelNotes Construction and the Built Environment DiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects EngineeringDiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects Hair and Beauty StudiesDiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects Animal CareBTEC DiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects Health and Social CareBTEC DiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects Creative Media ProductionBTEC DiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects Public ServicesBTEC DiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects SportBTEC DiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects Catering and HospitalityCity and Guilds DiplomaLevel 2Tick two other subjects Performing ArtsBTEC Extended CertificateLevel 2 Make three other choices including your first preference HospitalityNVQLevel 1 Make three other choices including your first preference ChildcareCACHE Foundation AwardLevel 1 Make three other choices including your first preference ConstructionBTEC Introductory CertificateLevel 1 Make three other choices including your first preference Salon ServicesCertificateLevel 1 Make three other choices including your first preference

22 Opting for a partnership course (off site) Health and Social Care

23 MonTuesWedsThursFri Core Option A Diploma BTEC diploma BTEC certificate GCSE CoreLanguageCore Option B Diploma BTEC diploma BTEC certificate GCSE Option C GCSE BTEC Cert Core The timetable

24 Opting for a partnership course (off site) Health and Social Care

25 Staying on-site (not opting for a NAP course)

26 1.Choose a modern foreign language 2.Make four choices – students will study three 3.State first two preferred choices 4.Then tick two others – 96% of students could study their first two choices

27 Your Future, Your Choice


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