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Welcome. To promote partnership between the College, its pupils, and all its parents. To actively identify and represent the views of parents on the education provided by the College, and other matters affecting the education and welfare of its pupils. 6.15 Items raised at PSFA AGM

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Welcome

Welcome

  • To promote partnership between the College, its pupils, and all its parents.

  • To actively identify and represent the views of parents on the education provided by the College, and other matters affecting the education and welfare of its pupils.


Welcome

  • 6.15 Items raised at PSFA AGM

  • Improving Communication

  • Curriculum

    • Rationale behind the current curriculum

    • Latest developments

    • The Enrichment Programme

    • Career advice

    • Where can you find out more?

  • Student and Parent Support

  • 6.45 College Life Updates

  • Achievement

    • How did we do last year?

    • What is available for those who are

      struggling?

  • Behaviour and Attendance

  • Appointments

  • Facilities and site development


Communication

Communication

  • ParentMail

  • Learning Gateway

  • Parent Forum

  • Communication Plan


Student and parent support

Student and Parent Support

Student Support Team

School Nurse Team

Jackie Rees

(Parent Link)

Education Welfare Officer

Police Community Support Offier

(PCSO)

Education Psychologist

External Student Counsellor

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Team (CAMHS)


How do we know how we are doing

How do we know how we are doing?


Behaviour statistics

Behaviour statistics

  • For 97% of the lessons observed 2011-12 the behaviour in the classroom was recorded as good or outstanding – 73% outstanding. So far this year behaviour has been observed as good or outstanding in 90.3% of lessons

  • Overall there has been a dramatic drop in the number of incidents leading to a Time Out session for a student (43 occasions in HT1 2011-12 compared to 26 in HT1 2012-13)

  • Overall our rates of Fixed Term Isolations are in line with the National figures (7.07% of the pupil group compared with 8.55% National Average)


Attendance statistics

Attendance statistics

  • We achieved our 94% target for 2011-12

  • Target for this year is 95%

  • Persistent Absence figure for last year was 5.9% (National Average 6.9%) and dropped 5.3% on the previous year


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