Respect Exciting environment Positivity Working together Enterprise Personal Best CBEC Ethos
OFSTED (February 2012) The ethos of Cranbourne has undergone a sea-change in recent years. In this highly inclusive school, staff have consistently high expectations for all students. They, in turn, now routinely demonstrate a greater pride in their school and a determination to do well. This is reflected in above average and improving rates of attendance, better behaviour and greater engagement in their learning.
Uniform From September 2013 we are introducing a one style trouser for girls and boys and a one style skirt for girls. This has been in consultation with students, staff, parents and governors. If you have already purchased a pair of trousers or a skirt for September, your child may wear these in line with current guidance. If you haven't already purchased these items, the new style trousers and skirts should be purchased from the Uniform Shop at CBEC or from Skoolkit. As of September 2014 all students at Cranbourne will need to be wearing the new style trousers and skirts.
Why Change? We are constantly trying to improve the professionalism of our college The cost as your child moves through the school will be consistent Leads to less confrontation at college and at home Quality of the product
What your child should have College Uniform White polo shirt with the CBEC logo CBEC style trousers and CBEC style skirts (compulsory form September 2014) Navy blue crew neck sweatshirt or navy fleece with the CBEC logo Plain black or blue coat Sensible black shoes Plain colour socks navy, black, white or grey PE Kit Sky blue polo shirt with the CBEC logo Navy blue plain shorts White socks for the summer Sky blue football socks for the winter Trainers and football boots Navy or black swim wear (one piece for girls) Optional CBEC rugby shirt CBEC tracksuit NO JEWELLERY IS PERMITTED TO BE WORN
Role of Progress Manager Partnership between home and College Monitor progress - effort and attainment Identify barriers to learning Set up and track interventions Support students towards achieving potential Every Child Matters
Role of College Parent Partner First contact for parents in school Attendance and Lateness Behaviour Monitor attainment and effort
Other support offered at CBEC Parent Support Advisor, Mrs Kathy Gare Learning Support and Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator, Mrs Cythia Awad
Monitoring Progress Individual subject teachers Departmental Tracking SIMS Planners Monitors and monitor days Reports and parents evening
Stamp Reward System AIMS To ensure students know that they have got it right in every lesson To increase the progress of everyone “Stamps have significantly reduced low level disruption in my lessons” Emily Denton, Year 8
Parents – How can you help? Be involved, keep us informed Attend Parents’ Evening and Monitor Days Discuss progress with your child Check planner and celebrate stamp success with your child on a daily basis Encourage and support