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Year 11 Information Evening 2022
‘Being the best I can be’
Mr Pearson
• Exam Information, revision and supporting your child.
Ms Harman
Head of year and tutor team information.
KS4 core subject leads
• Information and top tips from English, maths and science
Mrs Steadman
• Sixth form information
Mr Towsey
Careers and aspirations
241 days 31 weeks 140 school days
230 days 29 weeks 130 school days
2019 results 2022 results National
Threshold at 4 and above 60% 74% 76% (2019)
Threshold at 5 and above 33% 58% 43% (2019)
% of students getting 7+,
A*-A
15% 26% 27% (JCQ 2022)
% of students getting 5+ 45% 61% 60% (JCQ 2022)
% of students getting 4+ 66% 76% 75% (JCQ 2022)
5+ 9-5 including Eng/Mat 30% 55%
4+ 9-4 including Eng/Mat 55% 60%
• 25% increase in student achieving a strong pass (5+ in English and maths
• 5% increase in students achieving a standard pass (4+) in English and
maths
• Target grades are within reach, including top grades– more
students are meeting targets.
• Those who worked hard got what they deserved (at all levels of
ability)
• Attended weekend and holiday sessions
• Often in school after the day was over
• Good revision techniques – practice and learn from mock exams
• Sustained effort throughout the year
• Managed their coursework deadlines well
• Listened to our advice
• Knew what they needed for their next stage
• Destination pathways are secure if grades are achieved (but have a
plan B)
Attendance and punctuality
100% = 0.23 of a grade above expected in each subject
96% = 0.15 of a grade above expected in each subject
Less than 90% = 0.93 of a grade below expected in each
subject
Punctuality
0 lates = average of 0.49 above expected in each subject
10 lates+ = average of 0.45 below expected in each
subject
•93% attendance will give a student a 73% chance of
achieving their GCSE target grades.
•Below 90% attendance will give students only a 27%
chance of achieving their GCSE target grades.
•If attendance improves by 1%, attainment improves by
5-6% (DfE).
Developing habits of hard work
Questions to ask yourself
• Am I engaged in the lesson? Am I focussed on my learning?
• Do my daily routines enable me to be the best I can be?
• How often am I revising?
• How do I revise? What works for me?
• What interventions can I attend?
• What do I need to change?
• Normal high standard of teaching and support where needed in the
classroom.
• Emphasis on low stakes retrieval testing at start of lessons to identify learning
gaps.
• Coursework support leading up to fixed deadlines
• Library for study space and Study hall set up in advance of exams.
• Revision guidance documents to be shared in advance of mock exams.
• Form time intervention (targeted intervention or revision time)
• Careers and next steps guidance during form time
• Enhanced use of new technologies such as MS Teams and online learning
platforms to support independent study and access to resources
What regular support is on offer during year 11?
Importance of revision and making it stick
The graph shown here is called "The
Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve".
It indicates the rate at which human
beings forget new information.
As you can see, we forget almost 70% of
what we learn within 24 hours.
Even in the first 1 hour, you’ll forget more
than half of what you've learned,
probably, although we all have different
rates of retention.
Importance of revision and making it stick
241 days 32 weeks 140 school days
One hour of form
time is assigned
for revision!
230 days 28 weeks 133 school days
•List all the subjects that you need to do revision for.
•Now rank them in order, with the first being the subject in
which you need to do the most revision.
• Look at your last report (year 10PC3). Think about your target
grades and current attainment to work this out. Discuss with
teachers if you need to.
Revision timetables-getting started
Subjects to revise for:
•Maths
•English
•Science
•Geography
•History
•Music
•Business Studies
Rank order (most revision needed)
1st. Science
2nd. Maths
3rd. Geography
4th. English
5th. Business Studies
6th. Music
7th. History
Revision timetables-Creating the timetable
• Colour-code subjects so that your timetable is easy to read and you can
glance at it quickly and know what you’re doing.
• Make sure you put sessions in that allow you to relax and unwind. Try to
find time to see friends and family and do the things that you enjoy.
• Be realistic! For example: Don’t plan to revise maths for 12 hours solid on
a Saturday, because it won’t happen and you won’t benefit from it. Break
the day up into manageable pieces and do spend hours trying to do the
same thing – it won’t help you.
• Have your revision timetable somewhere where you will see it everyday,
so it acts as a reminder of what you need to do.
• Put a copy on your phone or set alarms/reminders that will help you stick
to your plan.
The testing effect-making it stick
Power of mind maps-making it stick
Power of mind maps-making it stick
Power of Flash cards-making it stick
• Retrieval practice is one of
the most effective revision
strategies
• Flash cards are perfect for
this!
• Good notes, diagrams,
symbols and pictures
• Use in the car, at home, any
where!
• quizlet.com
What can parents do-making it stick
1. Check that your child has the tools for the job –
revision guides, books, coloured pens, past exam
papers.
2. Be a revision partner – test them on flash cards,
time them doing an exam question, get them to
explain topics to you.
3. Motivate and encourage. Are they spending enough
time revising? Are they taking rest breaks? Plenty of
food, drink, exercise and sleep!
4. Understand the stress and keep them positive!
Make sure there’s somewhere quiet where they can
work uninterrupted
Head of year
Ms Harman
Leavers day
Prom
Let me introduce you to our team
Ms Harman
Ms
Rudz
Mrs
Victor
Miss
Miller
Mr
Mathison
Miss
Bortalis
Ms
Bhatia
Mr
Heeks
Mr
Hussain
Mrs
Tester
11a 11b 11c 11d 11e 11f 11g 11h 11i
Mr Fell
Mrs Iles
Ms Fraser Ms Titus
Mr Pearson
Concerns or questions
• First port of call is the form tutor.
• Any safeguarding concerns go to Ms Titus.
• Any detentions or subject questions go to the class teacher or HOD.
• Any severe incidents go to Ms Harman.
• If you would like your son/ daughter to drop a subject, you will need
to discuss this with the HOD and they will fill in a form.
Uniform
• Dark grey, navy or black coats
• Natural make up
• No nose studs/ rings
• Black school shoes
Work ethic Bullying Drugs Homework
Behaviour expectations
Tutor time
• Most forms will be getting at least an hour of revision time per week.
• We will be teaching the students how to revise over the next few
weeks.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Uniform and
equipment
check.
Briefing from
HOY.
PSEC.
No form-
straight to L2.
Uniform and
equipment
check.
Behaviour and
attendance
focus.
Uniform and
equipment
check.
Student-led
independent
revision.
Uniform and
equipment
check.
Form tutor-led
revision.
Wellbeing and strategies for stress
• Sleep
• Phones
• ‘Switching off’ time
• Healthy diet
• Being prepared
• Being in school
• Belief
Sleep
• Young people need between 8 – 9
hours sleep per night
• Help your child create a relaxing
evening routine
• Make sure they don’t eat too late at
night
• Avoid giving them caffeine or
sugary drinks late at night
• Make sure they don’t work or revise
too late before going to bed
• Encourage them to switch off from
social media / technology at least
an hour before bedtime
Phones
 Encourage them to unplug from
technology everyday
 Help them switch off from technology at
least 30 mins- 1 hr before going to sleep
 Make sure they put their phone away, &
on silent, while they are concentrating on
tasks / revision / homework
 Help them learn to have the control to not
be obsessed with their phone by having
set time without it each week
What is your greatest distraction?
Switching off
• Encourage them to keep active on a daily
basis
• Carry out exercise in manageable chunks
e.g. 3 x 20 min sessions throughout the
day
• Plan to do active things together on a
weekend
• Go out for a walk together and get some
fresh air
• Help them plan out their weekly exercise
schedule in advance
• After exercise your brain functions well, so
encourage a revision session afterwards
Switching off
Encourage them to build in opportunities to take some
time out every week, away from study. For example:
• Going out for food
• Seeing friends
• Having a bath
• Listening to music
• Reading a book
• Doing a hobby
• Going shopping
• Going to the cinema
Healthy Eating
• Plan your family meals for the week
– breakfast, snacks, lunches and
evening meals
• Avoid high sugary and fatty foods or
drinks
• Encourage them to eat breakfast
everyday
• Hydration is key to brain functioning
so make sure your child carries a
bottle of water with them
Being prepared
Having your time planned is really important, so
that you can make sure everything gets done,
you do it justice and you also give yourself time
to enjoy what you like to do outside of school.
• Having the correct equipment
• Meeting deadlines
• Knowing when intervention is on
• Stress management strategies
• Planning ‘chill’ time
Being in school
• One study showed that
absence from class was
highly significant in
lowering the grade of a
student. 10 absences in
a given term would
lower a grade by 0.6,
which would be the
difference between a 4
and a 5. (Shiming, 2009)
Belief
• Encourage them to keep their
goals planner visible – e.g.
printed and displayed on their
bedroom wall.
• Help focus them and talk to
them about their goals
regularly
• Give positive reinforcement
• Connect with them about
‘why’ and ‘what’ they want to
achieve
6 grade 5-9 with 6’s in subjects you wish to
study….
5 grade 4-9 with 6’s in subjects you wish to
study….
Links for home
• Home - Kooth –chat to qualified people online if you are feeling down/
worried
• Childline | Childline – useful videos and has a number you can call to talk to
someone
• Essex EWMHS (@ewmhs_nhs) • Instagram photos and videos- you can talk
to someone on Instagram from 9am-5pm
• meditation music - YouTube – meditation music can be calming.
• Meditation for Teenagers Stress & Anxiety - Guided Meditation for Teens -
YouTube – there’s lots of videos on YouTube that guide you through
meditation sessions
Core subject information
English, maths and science
Year 11 English Language
and English Literature
Ms Rudz - English KS4 Coordinator
srudz@westhatch.net
KS4 Info Evening - Year 11 English Lang and Lit
presentation.mp4
Year 11 Mathematics
Mr Heek’s - Maths KS4 Coordinator
Oheeks@westhatch.net
Meeting with Heeks, O-20220921_165644-Meeting
Recording.mp4
Science
Mr Hikel – Head of science
GHikel@westhatch.net
OCR Gateway Science A
Sixth form
Mrs Steadman
WELCOME TO
WEST HATCH SIXTH FORM
www.westhatch.net
Careers and aspirations
Mr G. Towsey
Careers Education, Information, Advice &
Guidance (CEIAG).
Life after Year 11!
Mr G. Towsey
e:gtowsey@westhatch.net
t: 020 8504 8216
Options after Year 11
Apprenticeship
College
Sixth Form
I
DON’T
CARE
All the information you need!
tinyurl.com/PostYear11
Top Tip 1
Go to Open Days/Evening and
get your applications in sooner,
rather than later.
Apply for the right course.
Top Tip 2
If you don’t ask, you don’t get.
I’m not psychic,
but I am happy to help!
Top Tip 3
Make sure you’re nice to me…
I’ll be writing your reference!
Mr Geoffrey Towsey ¦ Careers Leader ¦e:gtowsey@westhatch.net ¦ t: 020 8504 8216
Important dates for year 11
Year 11 PPE1 Wednesday 23rd November
Year 11 PPE2 Monday 13th of March
Year 11 parents evening 19th January 2023
Year 11 prom 29th June 2023
601 days 68 weeks 318 school days
230 days 29 weeks 130 school days

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Year 11 Information Evening: 2022-23.pptx

  • 1. Year 11 Information Evening 2022 ‘Being the best I can be’
  • 2. Mr Pearson • Exam Information, revision and supporting your child. Ms Harman Head of year and tutor team information. KS4 core subject leads • Information and top tips from English, maths and science Mrs Steadman • Sixth form information Mr Towsey Careers and aspirations
  • 3. 241 days 31 weeks 140 school days 230 days 29 weeks 130 school days
  • 4. 2019 results 2022 results National Threshold at 4 and above 60% 74% 76% (2019) Threshold at 5 and above 33% 58% 43% (2019) % of students getting 7+, A*-A 15% 26% 27% (JCQ 2022) % of students getting 5+ 45% 61% 60% (JCQ 2022) % of students getting 4+ 66% 76% 75% (JCQ 2022) 5+ 9-5 including Eng/Mat 30% 55% 4+ 9-4 including Eng/Mat 55% 60% • 25% increase in student achieving a strong pass (5+ in English and maths • 5% increase in students achieving a standard pass (4+) in English and maths • Target grades are within reach, including top grades– more students are meeting targets. • Those who worked hard got what they deserved (at all levels of ability) • Attended weekend and holiday sessions • Often in school after the day was over • Good revision techniques – practice and learn from mock exams • Sustained effort throughout the year • Managed their coursework deadlines well • Listened to our advice • Knew what they needed for their next stage • Destination pathways are secure if grades are achieved (but have a plan B)
  • 5. Attendance and punctuality 100% = 0.23 of a grade above expected in each subject 96% = 0.15 of a grade above expected in each subject Less than 90% = 0.93 of a grade below expected in each subject Punctuality 0 lates = average of 0.49 above expected in each subject 10 lates+ = average of 0.45 below expected in each subject •93% attendance will give a student a 73% chance of achieving their GCSE target grades. •Below 90% attendance will give students only a 27% chance of achieving their GCSE target grades. •If attendance improves by 1%, attainment improves by 5-6% (DfE).
  • 6. Developing habits of hard work Questions to ask yourself • Am I engaged in the lesson? Am I focussed on my learning? • Do my daily routines enable me to be the best I can be? • How often am I revising? • How do I revise? What works for me? • What interventions can I attend? • What do I need to change?
  • 7. • Normal high standard of teaching and support where needed in the classroom. • Emphasis on low stakes retrieval testing at start of lessons to identify learning gaps. • Coursework support leading up to fixed deadlines • Library for study space and Study hall set up in advance of exams. • Revision guidance documents to be shared in advance of mock exams. • Form time intervention (targeted intervention or revision time) • Careers and next steps guidance during form time • Enhanced use of new technologies such as MS Teams and online learning platforms to support independent study and access to resources What regular support is on offer during year 11?
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  • 9. Importance of revision and making it stick The graph shown here is called "The Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve". It indicates the rate at which human beings forget new information. As you can see, we forget almost 70% of what we learn within 24 hours. Even in the first 1 hour, you’ll forget more than half of what you've learned, probably, although we all have different rates of retention.
  • 10. Importance of revision and making it stick
  • 11. 241 days 32 weeks 140 school days One hour of form time is assigned for revision! 230 days 28 weeks 133 school days
  • 12. •List all the subjects that you need to do revision for. •Now rank them in order, with the first being the subject in which you need to do the most revision. • Look at your last report (year 10PC3). Think about your target grades and current attainment to work this out. Discuss with teachers if you need to. Revision timetables-getting started Subjects to revise for: •Maths •English •Science •Geography •History •Music •Business Studies Rank order (most revision needed) 1st. Science 2nd. Maths 3rd. Geography 4th. English 5th. Business Studies 6th. Music 7th. History
  • 13. Revision timetables-Creating the timetable • Colour-code subjects so that your timetable is easy to read and you can glance at it quickly and know what you’re doing. • Make sure you put sessions in that allow you to relax and unwind. Try to find time to see friends and family and do the things that you enjoy. • Be realistic! For example: Don’t plan to revise maths for 12 hours solid on a Saturday, because it won’t happen and you won’t benefit from it. Break the day up into manageable pieces and do spend hours trying to do the same thing – it won’t help you. • Have your revision timetable somewhere where you will see it everyday, so it acts as a reminder of what you need to do. • Put a copy on your phone or set alarms/reminders that will help you stick to your plan.
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  • 17. Power of mind maps-making it stick
  • 18. Power of mind maps-making it stick
  • 19. Power of Flash cards-making it stick • Retrieval practice is one of the most effective revision strategies • Flash cards are perfect for this! • Good notes, diagrams, symbols and pictures • Use in the car, at home, any where! • quizlet.com
  • 20. What can parents do-making it stick 1. Check that your child has the tools for the job – revision guides, books, coloured pens, past exam papers. 2. Be a revision partner – test them on flash cards, time them doing an exam question, get them to explain topics to you. 3. Motivate and encourage. Are they spending enough time revising? Are they taking rest breaks? Plenty of food, drink, exercise and sleep! 4. Understand the stress and keep them positive! Make sure there’s somewhere quiet where they can work uninterrupted
  • 21. Head of year Ms Harman
  • 23. Prom
  • 24. Let me introduce you to our team Ms Harman Ms Rudz Mrs Victor Miss Miller Mr Mathison Miss Bortalis Ms Bhatia Mr Heeks Mr Hussain Mrs Tester 11a 11b 11c 11d 11e 11f 11g 11h 11i Mr Fell Mrs Iles Ms Fraser Ms Titus Mr Pearson
  • 25. Concerns or questions • First port of call is the form tutor. • Any safeguarding concerns go to Ms Titus. • Any detentions or subject questions go to the class teacher or HOD. • Any severe incidents go to Ms Harman. • If you would like your son/ daughter to drop a subject, you will need to discuss this with the HOD and they will fill in a form.
  • 26. Uniform • Dark grey, navy or black coats • Natural make up • No nose studs/ rings • Black school shoes
  • 27. Work ethic Bullying Drugs Homework Behaviour expectations
  • 28. Tutor time • Most forms will be getting at least an hour of revision time per week. • We will be teaching the students how to revise over the next few weeks. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Uniform and equipment check. Briefing from HOY. PSEC. No form- straight to L2. Uniform and equipment check. Behaviour and attendance focus. Uniform and equipment check. Student-led independent revision. Uniform and equipment check. Form tutor-led revision.
  • 29. Wellbeing and strategies for stress • Sleep • Phones • ‘Switching off’ time • Healthy diet • Being prepared • Being in school • Belief
  • 30. Sleep • Young people need between 8 – 9 hours sleep per night • Help your child create a relaxing evening routine • Make sure they don’t eat too late at night • Avoid giving them caffeine or sugary drinks late at night • Make sure they don’t work or revise too late before going to bed • Encourage them to switch off from social media / technology at least an hour before bedtime
  • 31. Phones  Encourage them to unplug from technology everyday  Help them switch off from technology at least 30 mins- 1 hr before going to sleep  Make sure they put their phone away, & on silent, while they are concentrating on tasks / revision / homework  Help them learn to have the control to not be obsessed with their phone by having set time without it each week
  • 32. What is your greatest distraction?
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  • 34. Switching off • Encourage them to keep active on a daily basis • Carry out exercise in manageable chunks e.g. 3 x 20 min sessions throughout the day • Plan to do active things together on a weekend • Go out for a walk together and get some fresh air • Help them plan out their weekly exercise schedule in advance • After exercise your brain functions well, so encourage a revision session afterwards
  • 35. Switching off Encourage them to build in opportunities to take some time out every week, away from study. For example: • Going out for food • Seeing friends • Having a bath • Listening to music • Reading a book • Doing a hobby • Going shopping • Going to the cinema
  • 36. Healthy Eating • Plan your family meals for the week – breakfast, snacks, lunches and evening meals • Avoid high sugary and fatty foods or drinks • Encourage them to eat breakfast everyday • Hydration is key to brain functioning so make sure your child carries a bottle of water with them
  • 37. Being prepared Having your time planned is really important, so that you can make sure everything gets done, you do it justice and you also give yourself time to enjoy what you like to do outside of school. • Having the correct equipment • Meeting deadlines • Knowing when intervention is on • Stress management strategies • Planning ‘chill’ time
  • 38. Being in school • One study showed that absence from class was highly significant in lowering the grade of a student. 10 absences in a given term would lower a grade by 0.6, which would be the difference between a 4 and a 5. (Shiming, 2009)
  • 39. Belief • Encourage them to keep their goals planner visible – e.g. printed and displayed on their bedroom wall. • Help focus them and talk to them about their goals regularly • Give positive reinforcement • Connect with them about ‘why’ and ‘what’ they want to achieve 6 grade 5-9 with 6’s in subjects you wish to study…. 5 grade 4-9 with 6’s in subjects you wish to study….
  • 40. Links for home • Home - Kooth –chat to qualified people online if you are feeling down/ worried • Childline | Childline – useful videos and has a number you can call to talk to someone • Essex EWMHS (@ewmhs_nhs) • Instagram photos and videos- you can talk to someone on Instagram from 9am-5pm • meditation music - YouTube – meditation music can be calming. • Meditation for Teenagers Stress & Anxiety - Guided Meditation for Teens - YouTube – there’s lots of videos on YouTube that guide you through meditation sessions
  • 42. Year 11 English Language and English Literature Ms Rudz - English KS4 Coordinator srudz@westhatch.net KS4 Info Evening - Year 11 English Lang and Lit presentation.mp4
  • 43. Year 11 Mathematics Mr Heek’s - Maths KS4 Coordinator Oheeks@westhatch.net Meeting with Heeks, O-20220921_165644-Meeting Recording.mp4
  • 44. Science Mr Hikel – Head of science GHikel@westhatch.net OCR Gateway Science A
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  • 47. WELCOME TO WEST HATCH SIXTH FORM www.westhatch.net
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  • 50. Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance (CEIAG). Life after Year 11! Mr G. Towsey e:gtowsey@westhatch.net t: 020 8504 8216
  • 51. Options after Year 11 Apprenticeship College Sixth Form
  • 53. All the information you need! tinyurl.com/PostYear11
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  • 55. Top Tip 1 Go to Open Days/Evening and get your applications in sooner, rather than later. Apply for the right course.
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  • 57. Top Tip 2 If you don’t ask, you don’t get. I’m not psychic, but I am happy to help!
  • 58. Top Tip 3 Make sure you’re nice to me… I’ll be writing your reference! Mr Geoffrey Towsey ¦ Careers Leader ¦e:gtowsey@westhatch.net ¦ t: 020 8504 8216
  • 59. Important dates for year 11 Year 11 PPE1 Wednesday 23rd November Year 11 PPE2 Monday 13th of March Year 11 parents evening 19th January 2023 Year 11 prom 29th June 2023
  • 60. 601 days 68 weeks 318 school days 230 days 29 weeks 130 school days

Editor's Notes

  1. Sadly it has happened in the past  ​“the evidence shows that the impact of homework, on average, is five months’ additional progress.” EEF Toolkit Additionally there is a pretty consistent picture that pupils in schools which give more homework perform better. - Get to lesson on time- be in correct uniform - be in the mind set to learn
  2. One study in schools suggested 52% of teenagers were sleep deprived, and about 20% reported falling asleep in class at least once in the last two weeks