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WELCOME TO YEAR 10 EVENING 29 th September 2010. OUR VISION. Our vision is to support and challenge all learners to aspire to fulfil their potential now and in the future chievement ecure ride ndividuals espect xpectations Learning to achieve. A S P I R E. 14 – 19 Education.

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WELCOME TO YEAR 10 EVENING

29th September 2010

our vision
OUR VISION
  • Our vision is to support and challenge all learners to
  • aspire to fulfil their potential now and in the future
      • chievement
      • ecure
      • ride
      • ndividuals
      • espect
      • xpectations
  • Learning to achieve

A

S

P

I

R

E

14 19 education
14 – 19 Education

Greater diversity in provision

An element of choice within curriculum areas

Collaboration between local schools

Academic and Applied Learning courses

Twi-light courses

Variety of courses / qualifications

Involvement of local employers / trainers

Taking exams early

Individual timetables / provision

4 years not 2 years

14 19 education1
14 – 19 Education

Post 16 education?

70%+ stay on into the sixth form or go to further education colleges.

Government policy for all students to stay in education or training up to 18

Industrial partners / Ashfield Skills Centre

Work in the future / Lifelong Learning

Transferable skills

key stage 4 qualifications
Key Stage 4Qualifications

GCSEs

BTEC First Qualifications

BTEC Level 1 Courses

Vocational Courses

Modular Exams / Year exams

Functional Skills / Key Skills

Sports Leaders Awards

OCN Courses

key stage 4 qualifications1
Key Stage 4Qualifications

Level 1 Qualification

5 passes (A* - G) at GCSE

Level 2 Qualification

5 passes (A* - C) at GCSE

Level 3 Qualification

A levels, BTEC Nationals etc.

monitoring student progress in ks4
Monitoring Student Progress in KS4

Targets set for each subject

Regular Data Collection

Reports / Progress Checks

Parents’ Evenings

Mentoring / Interviews

Form tutor monitoring / mentoring

Critical Group

the wider curriculum
The Wider Curriculum

Key Skills / Functional Skills

Citizenship

Work Experience

Careers / Connexions

Personal Development Education

Aim Higher

Enrichment Opportunities

work experience
Work Experience

29th June – 9th July 2010

Health and Safety

Travelling

Code of Conduct

Organising a student’s own placement

Offer of work placements

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Secondary School Key Stage 4 Performance

by Average Absence Sessions 2008/9

% achieving any qualification

% 5 or more grades A-C (Level 2 threshold)

100

80

60

40

20

0

Less than 15

(7.5 days)

15-20

(7.5 to 10 days)

20-25

(10 to 12.5 days)

25-30

(12.5 to 15 days)

30-35

(15 to 17.5 days)

35-40

(17.5 to 20 days)

Over 40

(20+ days)

Average No. of Sessions Absence per Pupil 2008/9

Source: DfES

% 15-y-o achieving

this evening
This Evening

Break into Houses

KS4 course information

Your support for your child

Personal Organisation

Coursework

Attendance

Monitoring progress

Support their learning

Questions and Answers

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