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Meet the tutor evening 2011


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Meet the tutor evening 2011

  1. 1. GCSE COHORT 2010-2013<br />Meet the tutor evening <br />28th September 2011 <br />
  2. 2. Introducing the KS4 team <br />Year 10D: Tim Gilliatt<br />Year 10B: Sara Meeajan<br />Year 10S: Gemma Llewellyn<br />Year 11D: Eileen McKeever<br />Year 11B: Najwa El-Yassir<br />Year 11S: Amy Garside<br />Assistant KSL: Sarah McCormack<br />KSL: Emma Pennock<br />KS 4 co-tutors – Ian Barfoot, Damien Griffiths, Steve Rodwell, Gareth Breeze, Jon Pennock<br />
  3. 3. The school day <br />
  4. 4. Punctuality at DBS <br /><ul><li>Once a child has been dropped off, they must ensure they are in the school building, outside their tutor room, and ready for registration at 8am.
  5. 5. A pupil entering the tutor room after 8.03 is considered late. They must sign in at reception and take a green slip to their tutor/lesson.
  6. 6. If a pupil is late once, they will receive a verbal warning, twice = a written warning, Third time = a lunchtime detention (Tutors detention). Totals are taken back to zero at the end of every term. </li></li></ul><li>Expectations <br />Fully equipped to lessons - Planner<br />Uniform Policy <br />Use of internet/computers/library<br />ECAs<br />Conduct around the school building<br />Cultural sensitivities<br />Conduct during break/lunch times - Red break rooms<br />Bringing in valuables<br />Use of mobile technology (phones/MP3)<br />Chewing gum<br />
  7. 7. Use of the planner <br />To record homework and when it is due in.<br />Make note of exam dates <br />Used to communicate home/school.<br />To record targets <br />To collect letters / replies <br />Day and times of ECAs.<br />
  8. 8. Homework timetable <br /> 2 or 3 x 40 minutes pieces per evening <br />
  9. 9. School website <br /><br />School Day Timings<br />Canteen – hot food options <br />Sports News / Fixtures<br />School Policies<br />Events Calendar <br />Academic Calendar <br />Examination Guidebook & Timetable <br />Parent Handbook <br />Uniform List <br />Extra Curricular Activities <br />Homework Timetable<br />
  10. 10. Current Year 11 summer gcse Success’<br />86% achieved an A*-C in the GCSE Mathematics module<br />95% achieved an A*-C in the GCSE English module<br />98% achieved an A*-C in a GCSE Science Module <br />
  11. 11. Important dates<br />31st October – 2nd November CAREERS PROFILING ISCO <br />8th -17th November GCSE Exam Period<br /> (some during 1/2 term!) <br />17th November – Interim Report to parents <br />Review of intervention and rewards<br />20th November – Target Setting Day<br />21st December – 4th Jan WINTER HOLS <br />
  12. 12. Important dates (2) <br />8-10th Jan MOCK GCSE EXAMS<br />11th Jan – Y11 Sixth Form Options Evening<br />10/17/20/24th Jan – GCSE EXAMS <br />22nd Jan – Y11 MOCK RESULTS DAY <br />23rd Jan – Y11 Parents Evening <br />
  13. 13. Important dates (3) <br />1/2/5th March – GCSE Exams <br />8th March – GCSE Jan results<br />19th March – KS4 Team Building Day! <br />26/27th March – Y11 GCSE Drama Exam <br />1st-14th April – EASTER HOLS <br />19th April – GCSE March Results <br />14th May GCSE Exams START!!!! <br />
  14. 14. Important contacts <br />