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Year 11 information evening 2018.pptx

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Year 11 information evening 2018.pptx

  1. 1. Welcome Aspiration Respect Endeavour
  2. 2. Year 11 Parent Information Evening
  3. 3. Mrs Jenner Head of School Welcome to Year 11
  4. 4. Vision for our School Our vision is to be the school of choice for our local community, developing successful young people with high aspirations, who show respect for all and endeavour to become the very best that they can be. Respect Endeavour Aspiration We ARE a great school
  5. 5. The Roding Valley High School Learning Journey
  6. 6. GCSE/ A2 Success ● Improved % achieving a good pass in English and Maths ● Maths results above National ● Significant increase in % students achieving the EBacc ● Increased number of students achieving in Geography and History ● Improved good passes in Science and exceptional results Triple Science ● Outstanding results in Media ● 10% increase in A Level grades at A* - B ● Largest cohort entering the 6th Form
  7. 7. Amongst the many success stories, there were a number of outstanding individual performances: ● Mashrur Khonokar achieved six Grade 9s, two Grade 8s, one Grade 7 and an A grade. ● Maisha Khondakar also achieved a fantastic two Grade 9s, two Grade 8s, four Grade 7s and a B grade. ● Yasu George achieved five Grade 9s, three Grade 8s and two Grade As. ● Eva Randall achieved four Grade 9s, three Grade 8s and two Grade 7s. Student Success
  8. 8. Among the many success stories at A level were Matthew Tinker who achieved A*,A, B and an A* in the EPQ. He is going to Exeter University to read Geography. Giedre Sulcaite recorded three A grades and is seeking a place in Medicine). Thisbe Barnett (A*, A, B) is continuing her dance and theatrical studies at Urdang Academy while Grace Cownden (A,A,B) will be going to Liverpool University to read Law with a year abroad. Jessica Galloway (A,A,B and an A in the EPQ) is off to Warwick University to read English, Chloe Humphries (A,A,A) will be studying for a Higher level professional apprenticeship in Accountancy at UHY Hacker Young London, and Isobel Hooper (A,B,B and an A in the EPQ) is going to the University of East Anglia to read History.
  9. 9. A* - B % A*- C % Roding Valley High School 42 71 DPHS 46 79 West Hatch 39 71 Davenant 52 77 St Marks 35 58 A Level Results Local Schools 2018
  10. 10. • Brand new state of the art resource centre • Includes a study area to complement the existing study room. Brook Building - Resource Centre
  11. 11. Two main areas of focus: 1. Consistency 2. Differentiation, specifically ‘Teach to the top’ (TTTT)
  12. 12. We believe that using the ACED framework will support us to be a great school with great outcomes. Three questions, I ask every teacher to consider when planning and delivering lessons are: Are all pupils being challenged? Are all pupils making progress? Are all pupils at least engaged and at best inspired?
  13. 13. Helping your child get the most out of Year 11 and beyond. September 2018
  14. 14. Key People Supporting Your Child ●Mr Mammen: Deputy Headteacher (Curriculum and Progress) ●Mr Cheema: Deputy Headteacher (Behaviour and Safety) ●Mr Vermaak: Assistant Headteacher (Raising Standards Leader) ●Miss Dyer: Assistant Headteacher (Student Wellbeing) ●Mr Price: Year Progress Leader ●Miss Wheaton - Director of Sixth Form ●Mrs Mason: Careers Development Manager
  15. 15. Helping your child make the best start to their GCSE courses The Reality ● Tense time ● Pressure ● Students ● Parents
  16. 16. Mr Mammen Deputy Headteacher - Curriculum and Progress
  17. 17. Year 11 Key Dates ● Year 11 Pre Public Exams starting 5 November ● Sixth Form Open Evening: 14th November ● Parents Evening: 17th January ● PPE 2: start 25th February ● Y11 Parents Evening (Concerns only)
  18. 18. English, Maths and Science Support • Period 1/Registration: focussed sessions for where students need support in English, Maths or Science • Students grouped in Maths and English to maximise their potential: - Extension - Upper - Core - Support
  19. 19. Independent Study ● More than Homework – what they need to do ● Use of Personal Learning Checklists (PLCs) ● Exam questions and exam papers - see your teacher ● Reading key texts ● Attending support sessions ● Rigour of new courses ● Attend A Level Taster Lessons
  20. 20. Key Messages from the Course Leader
  21. 21. Academic Expectation and Support ● Assessed on a Regular basis using new GCSE criteria ● Revision Material will be provided before every assessment ● Clear expectation that students will revise and achieve a minimum standard ● If below expectation,students will be provided with additional support material and will be reassessed after school ● Targeted intervention with underperformers ● Targeted revision in Year 11 To be successful in the new GCSE’s , students will have to display a high level of Independence
  22. 22. Independent Study - in practice ● Easter/May Half Term targeted revision - please avoid booking holidays at this time ● Targeted support after school - please support us in encouraging your child to attend when they are invited ● Please bring your questions or concerns directly to me and I will look into them quickly and resolve them
  23. 23. Science Tool for Exam Preparation We encourage all students to purchase and use Tassomai, a learning programme that helps students achieve fantastic results. It is a simple app that uses multiple choice questions to build students knowledge and confidence in science. Price: £13.25 paid through parent pay Deadline for payment is 21st September 2018 Log in details will be issued to students w/c 24th September 2018
  24. 24. Subject Support Sessions Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Lunchtime Art Combined Science Business Computing Art Combined Science Business Computing Art Combined Science Biology Business Computing Art Combined Science RS Chemistry Business Computing Art Combined Science Physics Business Computing After School Art Photography Combined Science English Art Art Geography History Maths Art Maths English Art Maths
  25. 25. What can GCSE Grades allow my child to access at Roding Valley? ● Good passes in 8 subjects including Maths & English ● The study of Maths & English must continue until 18 if passes not secured in Year 11 ● Sixth Form Entry - A Level requires at least a Grade ‘6’ GCSE in the subject being studied ● In Maths and Physics a Grade ‘7’ will be the minimum requirement
  26. 26. Miss Wheaton Director of Sixth Form
  27. 27. Why study at Roding Valley Sixth Form? ● An academic Sixth Form ● State of the art facilities ● Personalised, structured and aspirational Beyond 18 provision ● A caring Sixth Form
  28. 28. What can I study at Roding Valley Sixth Form? ● Art ● Biology ● Business ● Chemistry ● Computer Science ● Drama ● Economics ● English Literature ● French ● Geography ● History ● Maths/Further Maths ● Media Studies ● Philosophy and Ethics ● Photography ● Physical Education ● Physics ● Politics ● Psychology ● Sociology ● BTEC Information Technology ● BTEC Sport
  29. 29. Entrance Requirements ● A point score of 42 from 8 best GCSE grades ● Meet requirements for subjects they want to study ● A motivated attitude which buys into the Roding Valley ethos
  30. 30. What courses should my son / daughter study? ● What do they enjoy? ● What subjects are they most confident in? ● What are their career / university plans? ● Should they study facilitating subjects?
  31. 31. I look forward to seeing you all at the Sixth Form Open Evening on Wednesday 14th November.
  32. 32. Mrs Mason Career Development Manager
  33. 33. Careers Advice • Guide to FE • Apprenticeship Workshops • Year 11 Careers Interviews • JED/Higher Ideas • Careers Fest • Parentmail • @RVHS_Careers / Careers Page
  34. 34. Mr Price Year 11 Progress Leader
  35. 35. Well-being ● Healthy Balanced Diet ● Students to be active - exercising regularly ● A healthy work life balance ● Social Media / Phones / Video Games ● My door is always open...
  36. 36. • Encourage them to keep their goals 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 Goal Setting
  37. 37. Belief • Give them positive reinforcement • Boost their confidence daily • Celebrate any successes and reward them e.g. if they have achieved their mini-goals • Try not to set your expectations too high • Show them how proud of them you are • Highlight things to make them feel good • Give them the belief in themselves to help them achieve
  38. 38. Mr Cheema Deputy Headteacher - Behaviour and Safety
  39. 39. ● 96% Attendance - Student will achieve on average 1 grade above their target grade in their best 8 subjects ● 90% Attendance - Student will achieve on average 1 grade below their target grade in their best 8 subjects
  40. 40. Safeguarding Or contact a member of the Senior Leadership Team.
  41. 41. Why, Culture and Character? Why? • To promote our core values of ARE; • Aspiration • Respect • Endeavour • Help prepare young people to the next part of their journey, (Sixth Form, apprenticeships, college, work) • Reinforcement of building character and good citizens for the future, ready for life. Aspiration, Respect, Endeavour
  42. 42. • Through the character and culture programme we promote the development of young people through building 3C’s; – Currency (attainment and their qualifications) – Culture (individuals share the schools values ie. ARE) – Character (building young people’s skills and attributes through LORIC) •Period 1 is vital and incorporates teaching and learning. Aspiration, Respect, Endeavour Why Culture and Character?
  43. 43. • Facebook • Instagram • Snapchat………… Social Media and Cyberspace ● Do you know if your child’s account is open or closed ● Are you their Friend ● Are they using computer in room where you can walk past and view what they are doing ● Are you keeping the communication channels about these social networking sites open
  44. 44. Other Areas of Support ● CEOP - https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ ● Child net Digital Leaders Programme - http://www.childnet.com/ ● Anti-bullying Alliance - http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/ ● The Big Award - http://www.bullyinginterventiongroup.co.uk/ ● Kidscape - https://www.kidscape.org.uk/media/245638/cyber_bullying_and_online_safety.pdf ● Diana, Anti-bullying Ambassadors - http://diana-award.org.uk/programmes/anti-bullying/ ● ESCB - http://www.escb.co.uk/en-gb/safeguardingtopics/childsexualexploitation.aspx
  45. 45. Who should parents contact? • Individual subject problem • Subject Teacher/Head of Faculty • General issues – Form Tutor • Progress issues – Mr Mammen, Mr Vermaak, Mr PRice, Miss Dyer • Careers/Further Education – Mrs Mason • Attendance concerns – Mrs Low • Stress/Anxiety – Mr Price/Miss Dyer/Anyone!!! • KEEP IN TOUCH - do we have the correct email for you?

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