Presentation on theme: "Progress Checks and Mentoring at St. Paul’s. Familiarise ourselves with progress checks in preparation for mentoring day To understand the target."— Presentation transcript:
Familiarise ourselves with progress checks in preparation for mentoring day To understand the target setting process for pupils at St. Paul’s
National Expected Progress: 3 Levels from KS2 St Paul’s Expected Progress: 4 Levels from KS2 English targets set from KS2 English result Maths set from the KS2 Maths result All other subjects are set from the average KS2 level
On going assessments throughout the term To parents three times a year – two progress checks and one full report Year 7’s first progress check has attainment in core subjects only, but homework, effort and Learning Talents in all
Positive reporting – policy that pupils can not go backwards. Marking for skills Homework & Effort 5 & 6
Organisation and Homework support groups Monitoring of progress Working with departments – strategies & interventions Celebrating and rewarding success Mentors to establish learning targets for across the school Discussions/mentoring meetings with groups and individual students.
First issues are homework and effort Learning Talents Subject areas – English, Maths, Science & RE grade only.
Mentors arranged for all pupils Mentors to meet with pupils during allocated time on timetable Purpose – look at the child as a learner across all subject areas Mentoring meeting (15 mins) with child and parents to discuss targets and actions Mentor will pass on concerns to subject teachers however parents are encouraged to contact teachers directly if a concern arises Communication between parents and school.
Academic Mentoring Pupils meet with mentors prior to Mentoring Day Progress Checks Discussions about learning Target Setting School timetable suspended for the day Study tasks (recorded in planners) to complete at home for pupils School library open during normal school hours, supervised by the library team Appointment are sent in the post one month before the day. Appointment times will usually be between 12 and 7pm. Please contact your child’s mentor beforehand if you cannot make your appointment. Contacting mentors – email or phone call Subject specific questions directly to subject teachers rather than mentors. Pupil Mentoring
Have a specific place where they keep their materials and resources Homework folder Check planner regularly (every night) Contact subject teachers if you have concerns about homework or homework is not set.
Sports Clubs Monday: Boys Basketball Tuesday: Boys Rugby, Netball, girls Basketball Wednesday: Badminton, Boys Football, Trampolining Thursday: Girls and boys Rugby, Girls’ Fitness Friday: Boys Basketball The Extended Curriculum Project Over 150 students have already signed up to take part in an array of different activities, from ‘CSI St. Paul’s’ to ‘Computer Animation’ and Snowboarding at Snozone. Over 150 students have already signed up to take part in an array of different activities, from ‘CSI St. Paul’s’ to ‘Computer Animation’ and Snowboarding at Snozone. If you are still interested in taking part please email or speak to Mr. Winter as soon as possible. If you are still interested in taking part please email or speak to Mr. Winter as soon as possible. Late bus at 4:30pm to some areas. Late bus at 4:30pm to some areas.
Finance Payments –keeping accounts in credit November 26 NovTuesMentoring and Pupil Study Day 27 NovWedX Band Coventry Cathedral Trip (all day) 28 NovThurY Band Coventry Cathedral Trip (all day) 29 NovFriNon Uniform Day (Fundraiser) December 4 DecWedAdvent Service at St. Edward the Confessor 7pm 20 DecFriEnd of Term 2:45pm January 7 JanTuesPupils return February 14 FebFriHalf Term begins 2:45pm