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Year 11 information evening 2012

  1. 1. Year 11 Parents’Information Evening
  2. 2. Parents Information Evening Political, social and economic context RPA – year 11 do year 12 Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  3. 3. Raising of the participation age (RPA)Parents Information Evening • full-time education • an apprenticeship • part-time education or training if they are employed, self- employed or volunteering full- time Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  4. 4. Post 16 OptionsParents Information Evening • Hanley Castle Sixth Form • Another sixth form • FE college • Apprenticeship • Employment with training • NEET Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  5. 5. Post 17/18 OptionsParents Information Evening • University • FE college • Apprenticeship • Employment • Gap year • NEET Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  6. 6. Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) • Harvey Jones (Connexions) –Parents Information Evening RONI and vulnerable students • Mrs Dunstall • Mr McTernan • Mr McDonagh • Mr Scanlan • All of the Key Stage 4 Team Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  7. 7. Key Stage 4 TeamParents Information Evening To improve the personal achievement and attainment of our pupils. Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  8. 8. Key Stage 4 TeamParents Information Evening Head of Key Year 11 Tutors Stage 4 – Mr Ellis Year 11 Pupil Key Stage 4 Assistant Head Administrator – of Key Stage 4 – Mrs Bottomley Miss Lawrence Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  9. 9. 8 school weeks to the year 11 mocksParents Information Evening 6% 8 Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  10. 10. GCSE Thresholds 1. Level 1 - five D - G grades in GCSE subjects or their equivalentsParents Information Evening 2. Level 2 - five A*- C grades in GCSE subjects or their equivalents 3. Level 2 including English and maths - five A*- C grades in GCSE subjects or their equivalents and including GCSE English and maths 4. English Baccalaureate – GCSE grades A*- C in English, Maths, two sciences, a language and either history or geography Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  11. 11. Outline of Year 11 • Normal teaching, controlledParents Information Evening Term 1 assessments and coursework • Year 11 Mock examinations • Finishing normal teaching and controlled assessments or coursework Term 2 • Phase 1 Revision begins and the Year 11 Report goes home • Phase 1 revision continues Term 3 • GCSE examinations and Phase2 Revision Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  12. 12. Controlled Assessments • English, Science andParents Information Evening Languages • Most option subjects Coursework • BTEC subjects, Art, Product Design, PE Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  13. 13. Reporting Progress • Attitude and Effort grades eachParents Information Evening half-term • HAT and HEM target grades (GCSE or BTEC) • Current estimated grades • Year 11 Mock Exam grades • Final estimated grades Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  14. 14. Termly Progress Targets • Tutors work with tutorParents Information Evening group to establish progress targets • Established and reviewed each term • Development of the ‘whole child’ Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  15. 15. Extra Curricula • Sports at lunch and afterParents Information Evening school, school sports teams • Drama and music • School exchanges and trips • College competitions • School council and college representatives Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  16. 16. Tutors at the heart of HanleyParents Information Evening Subject Leader Subject Key Stage Tutor Teacher Office Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  17. 17. Tutor Time ActivityParents Information Evening ‘What going on’ and Attendance Monday Review Tuesday Spelling and Learning Journals Wednesday Blue Slip Day Thursday Key Stage 4 Assembly Friday Year 11 Assembly Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  18. 18. Parents Information Evening Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  19. 19. Contacting usParents Information Evening • Contact tutor • Contact Key Stage 4 Office • keystage 4@hanleycastle.worcs.sch.uk • Absence Line 08448 481620 • www.hanleycastle.worcs.sch.uk Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  20. 20. Useful Information •Progression beyond year 11 – collegesParents Information Evening and attendance/behaviour •Classroom rules •Holidays and controlled assessments •Pupils leaving school during the day •Homework and sanctions •References for year 11 leavers Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  21. 21. GCSE Exams •Exams usually in the sportsParents Information Evening hall •Invigilators •Year 11 leaving day and transition into exams •Holidays during GCSE exams Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  22. 22. Important Dates • Wednesday 14 November – Mock Job InterviewsParents Information Evening Term 1 • Tuesday 13 November – Sixth Form Open Evening • Monday 19 November – Post-16 Interviews • Monday 3 December – Year 11 Mocks • Monday 7 January – Year 11 Mock Results Day Term • Thursday 17 January – Parents Evening 2 • Thursday 7 March – GCSE Revision Evening • Monday 13 May – Main GCSE exams begin and Term continue for 7 weeks 3 • Friday 5 July – Year 11 Prom Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community
  23. 23. 8 school weeks to the year 11 mocksParents Information Evening Hanley Castle High School . . . a learning community

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