Sharon Newman snewman@bullers wood . bromley.sch.uk. Securing Outstanding Progress at Post 16. A2 2012. A*, A and B rate 60% 2011 66% 2010 57% APS with GS and AS 817 (student) APS 242 (entry). League tables. Highest comprehensive Beat many grammar schools.
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Securing Outstanding Progress at Post 16
A*, A and B rate 60%
APS with GS and AS 817 (student)
APS 242 (entry)
Students identified below Alis target grades
Studying in D4
Going to AS lesson
Working in subject specific areas
Letter sent home
Monitoring Timetable for D4 - September 2012
Dear.........................Close Monitoring in Year 13Following your daughter’s AS examinations last summer, we are concerned that ******** has not met her ALIS target grade. It is important that she reaches her potential at A2 next year. As a result we have requested that she attends two sessions of supervised study per A2 subject from September in order to improve performance and receive guided support from a member of staff.It is important that ****** considers very carefully which modules she will re-sit and consult with both her subject and personal tutor. The deadline for submission for re-sit requests is 9th October.********** has met with me to discuss her programme of study. If you wish to discuss this further please call me on extension 365.We shall be reviewing grades at regular intervals and shall let you know accordingly of her progress. This process will be reviewed continually and more study periods may be timetabled to take place in controlled conditions.Yours sincerelyYvette Bellis
Sixth Form supervisor
Member of staff on duty
Are the students on the right course?
Do you have enough applied provision?
When is the first assessment?
What happens next?
Are the data collections at the right time?
What happens next?
Are the right staff teaching A level?
Are the staff held accountable?
Outstanding = difficult decisions