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School Prayer Lord, help us to become the people You want us to be. In our school may there be prayer, learning and humour; hard work, faith and friendship.

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2 School Prayer Lord, help us to become the people You want us to be. In our school may there be prayer, learning and humour; hard work, faith and friendship. May we respect everyone we meet; use our gifts and encourage each other. Send Your angels to guide us, and let Your peace be with us and our families always. We ask all these things through Christ our Lord, Amen.

3  Welcome – Miss Barrass  How we can help Y7 cope with the change from Y6 to Y7  Transition & Induction  Teaching and Learning in Year 7 including how pupils are grouped on entry to Y7, The structure of the school day and our 2 week timetable  How we can work as a partnership to monitor your child’s progress ( Pastoral Mentoring and our Parent Portal)

4 Ms. C. Milne Pastoral Leader Year 7 How we all can help Y7 cope with the change from Y6 to Y7

5  Group Tutor.  Pastoral Leader / Assistant Pastoral Leader.  Mrs. H. Mullaney – Pastoral Liaison Officer  Assistant Head Teacher (Pupil Well-Being) – Mr. Perkins. Deals with any cross year and child protection issues.  Assistant Head teacher – SLT link  Mr. F. Charlton and the social inclusion team.  Mrs. H. Newton, School Chaplain  Mrs. H. Hall, SENCO

6 1. Getting to school and back on time. 2. School uniform. 3. School timetable. 4. Organising books and equipment. 5. Homework. 6. Contacting the school. 7. Problems children may experience. 8. Parents evenings.

7 Mr. G. Mather Assistant Pastoral Leader Year 7 Transition & Induction

8  Wednesday 27 th June St. James, St. Aloysius and St. Matthew’s  Thursday 28 th June St. Joseph’s, St. Alban’s, St. Bede’s, St. Mary’s and all other primary schools  Additional visit for non-feeder schools on 20 th June and 3 rd July.

9 Programme 840amArrival St. James’ car park 850amRegistration and groupings 900amAssembly St. James’ church 915amCarousel of activities – tour, quiz, lesson and Enterprise challenge 1215-115pmLunch 115pmIntroduction to CSL 130pmPE activities 320pmSummary 330pmPupils dismissed (*) (*) Please ensure your son/daughter has a note with them saying how they are getting home – whether they are getting a scholar’s bus with a sibling, whether they are being collected or whether they are walking home with friends

10  A pen and pencil  £2.50 for their lunch  A bottle of water (for PE activities)  Note advising how they will get home And possibly  Cap / sun-hat  Sun Tan lotion

11  Pupil Booklet  Activities for Induction visit, at home and in September  Who’s who?  What to do if....  Life at St. Joseph’s  Organisation  Making new friends

12  Year 7 & Year 12 pupils will be the only year groups in school (WED. 5 th September).  Welcome Assembly  Tour of the School  Year group, Class and Individual photographs  The first day will be spent with tutor group.  Thursday 6 th September – Lesson 1 & 2 with tutor. Timetable begins lesson 3.

13 Teaching and Learning in Year 7 including how pupils are grouped on entry to Y7, the structure of the school day and our 2 week timetable

14 How we put pupils into groups?  199 pupils in Year 7  9 Tutor groups – 22/23 per group  Mixed ability/gender  Primary teachers  Parental requests  Taught in tutor group – exception PE/DT/ICT/Food & Textiles

15 Pupil grouping in future years Year 8  As Year 7 – Tutor groups with exception of PE/DT/ICT/Food Technology & Textiles  Set in Maths and Modern Foreign Languages Year 9  Ability setting: English/Maths/Science/MFL  Remaining subjects – tutor groups

16 Subject/SymbolPeriods/48 per fortnight Normal teaching arrangements: (as far as possible one teacher per class) English (En)6Taught in Tutor Group Mathematics (Ma)6Taught in Tutor Group: Science (Sc)5Taught in Tutor Group: all elements of Biology, Chemistry and Physics taught by one teacher Modern Language (MFL)4Taught in Tutor Group: French is taught as first MFL Physical Education (PE)4Mainly two Tutor Groups timetabled together with two teachers (male & female) History (Hi)4Taught in Tutor Group Geography (Gg)3Taught in Tutor Group Religious Education (RE)5Taught in Tutor Group Art (Ar)2Taught in Tutor Group DT: Product Design (PD)2Mainly two Tutor Groups split into three classes (15 per class) with three teachers DT: Food and Textiles (F&T)2Mainly two Tutor Groups split into three classes as for Product Design above Information, Communication Technology (ICT) 2Mainly two Tutor Groups split into three classes as for CDT Music (Mu)2Taught in Tutor Group Lifeskills1Taught in Tutor Group by the Group Tutor Renaissance Reading8 x 30 minutesIndividual reading in Tutor Group with Teaching Support Staff KS3 (Y7) Curriculum All Y7 students are taught 48 formal lessons per fortnight in one-hour periods. The normal timetable arrangements for Y7 pupils are:

17 TermOverarching ThemeDepartments involved 1Problem Solving Completion of Y5-7 transition project Multicultural problem solving task focused on and involving English, Maths, Science and Technology 1ChinaHistory, Geography, Religious Education, Physical Education, Food & Textiles, Maths and Law 2CommunicationEnglish, Modern Foreign Languages, Information & Communication Technology, Music, Art, Psychology, Health & Social Care 3The EnvironmentBiology, Chemistry, Physics, Design Technology, Business Studies, Geography, Maths and RE Cross Curricular Learning and Enquiry Afternoons

18 Day/WeekMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday Assembly/ Registration 08.55 –0 9.10 : Monday – ThursdayRegistration in Lesson 1 Period 109.10 – 10.10 08.55- 09.55 Period 210.15-11.15 10.00 -11.00 Morning Break 11.15–11.30: Monday – Thursday11.00- 11.10 Period 311.30–12.15 11.10 –11.55 Lunch12.15 – 12.55: Monday – Thursday11.55 –13.05 Extra- curricular activities Renaissance Reading 12.55- 13.25: Monday – Thursday Period 413.35–14.35 13.05- 14.05 Period 514.40–15.40 CPD** YEAR 7 TIMETABLE 2012/13 A two-week timetable: timings the same for each week

19 Quality of Teaching and Learning Pupil Voice interviews Planner checks Work scrutiny Lesson observations

20 How we can work as a partnership to monitor your child’s progress

21  We have a commitment to ensure that each and every child achieves their potential.  To do this we need to be constantly aware of the progress of every student.

22  Each Half Term the students receive a score in each subject.  These scores are then reported to Parents Students Tutors Heads of Year Curriculum Leaders

23  Year 7 Pastoral Mentoring  This mentoring monitors the students attitude to learning in each individual subject.  Years 8 to 11 Academic Mentoring  This mentoring monitors the students progress towards specific academic targets in each individual subject.

24  SCORE OF 1  Excellent behaviour and attitude which promotes good progress and learning both for the individual student and the other students in the class. This student does all of his/her work to the best of his/ her ability and always shows the highest levels of concentration and enthusiasm.

25  SCORE OF 2  Generally good behaviour and attitude which allows progress to be made. This student does what is expected of him but does no more. This student will do what is necessary to keep up with the work and will avoid causing any disruptions in class. Their behaviour will always allow the class and the individual student to make progress.

26  SCORE OF 3  Behaviour which is sometimes unacceptable. This student will either occasionally or regularly be off task. This student may sometimes or regularly fail to complete work and may sometimes or regularly distract others. A student is given a 3, if his attitude and behaviour may sometimes or regularly prevent either the individual student or his/her classmates from making progress.

27 Subject Pastoral Mentoring Score ART2 CHEMISTRY2 PHYSICS3 BIOLOGY2 ENGLISH2 MATHEMATICS3 RE2 HISTORY2 GEOGRAPHY1 HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE1 ICT3 FRENCH2 FOOD TECHNOLOGY1 Name: CHARLES HURLEY CLASS: 7 DEB/J

28  Three separate 1 – 1 interviews.  Each Mentoring cycle is over a 12 week period  During the twelve weeks there are three separate 1 – 1 interviews.  1 – 1 interviews last 10-15 minutes.  During each cycle the tutor will see at least 4 students from the class

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30 Subject Predicted Level Academic Mentoring Score ART62 CHEMISTRY62 PHYSICS63 BIOLOGY62 ENGLISH72 MATHEMATICS73 RE62 HISTORY62 GEOGRAPHY61 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE61 ICT63 FRENCH52 FOOD TECHNOLOGY61

31 Reporting Progress 15-Oct-12 CATS tests 29-Oct-12Half Term 05-Nov-12Pastoral Mentoring report home 03-Dec-12REVIEW DAY 17-Dec-12Pastoral Mentoring report home 24-Dec-12Christmas Holidays 14-Jan-13Progress Reports Home 11-Feb-13Pastoral Mentoring report home 18-Feb-13Half Term 25-Mar-13Pastoral Mentoring report home 01-Apr-13Easter Holiday 13-May-13Full Reports home 27-May-13Half - Term 03-Jun-13Pastoral Mentoring report home 15-Jul-13Pastoral Mentoring report home

32 The Parent Portal

33 Questions


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