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2 Year 13 Expectations Target of 90% attendance – ATTENDANCE + ATTITUDE = ATTAINMENT Students will self manage/self track progress throughout the year. Students arrive in Year 13 with a focused attitude to succeed to the best of their ability. BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE.

3 About Year 13 at Trident in 2015
Six Form Classes Form Teachers are Mr Alan Spence, Mrs Karen Benge, Mr Courtenay Isherwood, Mr Jez Steane, Mrs Lynda Frisby and Ms Jaime Lee-Coffey Current Role of students sits at 157 (79 boys and 78 girls) All Year 13 students are working towards completion of their own academic targets at a range of different levels. We have students working towards NCEA Level 3, some working towards completing NCEA Level 2 and some working towards Vocational Qualifications. This year we have Introduced a Year 13 Champions League Attendance Table for Form Classes WS SUPERSTARS introduced to identify and reward students who are ‘Doing the right thing’

4 Self Tracking Booklet New for 2015
So students can self manage their progress, track results and attendance and set academic targets. It sole purpose is for students to self manage their own progress so that they….. KNOW WHERE THEY ARE, KNOW WHERE THEY ARE GOING AND KNOW WHAT THEY NEED TO DO TO GET THERE Students will update their booklet at the end of each term. Parents can also track student progress through the PARENT PORTAL on the school website using your parent code for access.

5 Study/Life Balance This year is a very important year for Year 13 Students Most students will have other commitments outside of their studies (Jobs/Sports Teams/Clubs etc) It is important that Year 13 students achieve a healthy balance between academic school work and commitments outside of school. Students must not use other commitments as an excuse for poor academic performance. It is the students responsibility to self manage their time so that they can do both to a high standard.

6 Level 3 + 20 credits from level 2 or above EXAMPLE
60 credits at level 3 or above + 20 credits from level 2 or above EXAMPLE Student has 83 credits at level 2 and 58 at level 3. They can carry over 20 credits from level 2 so they would have (20+58) 78 credits towards level 3. They would still be 2 credits short for Level 3.

7 Recap on Subject Selection
All students doing a full level 3 timetable have selected 5 subjects and 1 study line (Unless doing full internal assessment timetable) Students doing Gateway or completing level 2 subjects will still have to choose 6 subjects. Trades students have a specific timetable created for them which will now be in place and established.

8 Level 3 Merit and Excellence Endorsed 50 Credits at Excellence = Excellence Endorsed 50 credits at Merit or Excellence = Merit Endorsed Course Endorsement (Subject Specific) 14 credits at Merit or Excellence = Course Endorsed Includes at least 3 internal credits and 1 external.

9 NCEA Level 3 – University Entrance
LEVEL 3 MUST BE COMPLETED Three subjects at Level 3, made up of: 14 credits each, in three approved subjects. Eg English, Maths, Physical Education, Sciences etc….., Literacy - 10 credits at Level 2 or above  made up of: 5 credits in reading 5 credits in writing Auckland University for 2016 will require 17 English Credits as their UE Literacy requirement. ***Other Universities likely to follow so please check***

10 NCEA Level 3 – University Entrance
Numeracy - 10 credits at Level 1 or above, made up of: Achievement Standards – Specified Achievement Standards available through a range of subjects. or Unit Standards - Package of three numeracy unit standards (26623, 26626,  all three required).

11 Estimate Target Entry Scheme (This is a guide only – Please check with University when applying)
Target points Victoria 150 AUT Will rank if places are limited Auckland Uni Varies per subject eg: 250 Engineering, 280 Health Sciences Massey Uni 120 points Otago Uni 140

12 How does it work? Achieved 2 pts Merit 3 pts Excellence 4 pts
No more than 24 from one subject

13 Example Student A has: 24 Achieved credits, 15 Merit credits, 8 Excellence credits 24 x 2 = 48 15 x 3 = 45 8 x 4 = 32 Total = 125

14 Students not going to University
All students must leave Trident with a focus or direction. This could include…., Joining the Armed Services Students taking a Gap Year with focus (work experience, volunteering etc) Working towards gaining a Trade through an Apprentice scheme. Going to Polytechnic to gain non degree qualifications. Joining the workforce. Careers staff Amy Wildash & Karen Benge are key points of contact for any of the above areas.

15 Thank you and Any Questions?


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