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Welcome to St Peter’s. Year 6 Parents meeting. Agenda. Welcome Secondary transfer (Mr Gunn) National Tests (Miss Neal) Sexual Health Education (Mrs Gunn) School Journey (Mr Saunders). Secondary Transfer. Placement for your child in a Brentwood secondary school.

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welcome to st peter s

Welcome to St Peter’s

Year 6 Parents meeting

  • Welcome
  • Secondary transfer (Mr Gunn)
  • National Tests (Miss Neal)
  • Sexual Health Education (Mrs Gunn)
  • School Journey (Mr Saunders)
secondary transfer
Secondary Transfer
  • Placement for your child in a Brentwood secondary school.
  • Placement at a selective school in Essex.
secondary education in essex 2014 2015
  • Page 5 outlines the secondary school transfer timetable.
  • The Brentwood secondary schools admissions policies (p47-53)
  • Application form in booklet or On line at
  • Closing date 31st October.
  • 20th September11+ tests-
  • National offer day 2nd March
The number of places

Anglo- 210

Becket Keys- 150

Brentwood County High- 210

Ursuline-175- up 9

Shenfield- 150

St Martin’s -280

The Ongar Academy- 120

Test DatesCoopers-18 children 28thSeptember- Sport/ musicBrentwood School-In January Chelmsford County High 13th September11+ -20th September at nominated school
where did all of the children go secondary transfer summer 2014
Where did all of the children go?Secondary Transfer, Summer 2014
  • Shenfield High 1
  • Brentwood 5- 2 with scholarship
  • BCHS 5
  • Coopers Coburn 7
  • Anglo European 1
  • Becket Keys 20
  • Ursuline Convent 6
  • St. Martin's 3
  • KEGS 2
Go and look at a variety of schools
  • Make an informed decision.
  • Involve your child.
  • It is an adult decision.
late applications
Late Applications
  • After 31st October your application is late!

On line admissions will not accept forms after this date.

  • You will be given lower priority and will not be assured of a place even if the school normally guarantee places for catchment children.
brentwood school
Brentwood School provides scholarships and bursaries to enable clever boys and girls to experience the world class opportunities available at the school. There are a number of ways in which parents are able to receive financial assistance to help them pay school fees. This help comes in the form of Scholarships and Bursaries for pupils who meet our criteria for financial assistance. On average, about one fifth of our pupils receive such assistance.
  • ScholarshipsAcademic Scholarships are awarded to candidates who score the highest marks in the Entrance Examination (held in January every year for entry to the school the following September). All pupils who receive academic scholarships will also have performed well at interview and a good report is expected from their current school.  This award is not means-tested and is worth between 10% and 20% of fees.. If your child is talented in a particular subject area (Art, Drama, Music or Sport) then you may apply for a specialist Scholarship. Scholarships awarded in these areas will only be offered to pupils who have performed well academically
  • Assessing eligibility for a Bursary: The family's net disposable income is based on the family's gross income, direct outgoings and the value of property and other assets. This information is collated by asking parents to complete a confidential assessment form provided by the school. Each application for a bursary is considered on its merits but, by way of general guidance, a family with a net disposable income of more than £48,000 is unlikely to attract a bursary while a family with a net disposable income of less than £18,000 might be offered a 100% bursary. A family with a net disposable income of £28,000 might qualify for a 50% bursary.
  • Bursary Forms will be sent to all those who have registered and must be returned by 30th December
Brentwood School
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  • Schools with a religious character-
  • Becket Keys
  • St Edwards Romford
  • Ursuline
  • Anglo European.
  • Coopers.
  • Any where you wish to sit the aptitude test.
lea s planning and admissions
LEA’s Planning and Admissions
  • 0845 603 2200- general admissions
  • Havering 01708 434343

Pupil Services

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LEA’s Planning and Admissions
  • Extra Help Line-Choice Adviser
  • 01245 437622
  • 0845603 2200
  • Limited hearing 08457585592
You have attended this meeting
  • Plan your visits to Consortium schools
  • October 31st - return the common application form naming a consortium school as one of you preferences
  • 2nd March. National offer date
  • 30th March last date for appeal paperwork to reach Essex for 2015 hearing
All Children in year 6
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Grammar Punctuation and Spelling- SPAG
  • Mental maths
  • Two maths papers

National average is a 4b

A writing level is given but this is internal assessed based on the years work.

There are also level 6 papers in Maths, reading and SPAG- these are extra and the teachers will advise who will be entered.

types of literacy questions
What is Molly’s attitude towards the main actors? Explain fully, using the text to help you.

What is the purpose of the picture on page 7?

I think Lyddie is a real hero but not a superhero.

Do you agree with this opinion?

Explain your own opinion fully, using the texts to help you.

Types of literacy questions.
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  • The children have already watched the first two parts in year five. We will now show them the final part that covers human reproduction in Summer
who will accompany the children
Who will accompany the children?
  • Mrs Gunn
  • Mrs Hornett
  • Mr Gunn
  • Miss Neal
  • Mr Saunders
  • Mrs Chalkley
useful information
Useful information

The date of the visit

18th to the 22nd of June

The cost of the visit

£290.00- including £25 spending money

payment schedule
Payment schedule

Deposit by the 28th September £40.00

October £25.00

November £50.00

January £50.00

March £50.00

April £50.00

Cost of the trip£265.00

May (Pocket money) £25.00

Grand total £290.00

  • York St. John College.
  • Separate boys and girls blocks.
  • Showers and bathrooms on each floor.
  • 24 hour supervision.
  • The children, and teachers, will be in a locked area with the teachers having keys.
  • A full risk assessment has been carried out.
what the children thought
What the children thought.
  • I have great memories of York but the sealife centre was the best.
  • I really enjoyed York and I will never forget that special week.
  • I opened the door to my room and it looked immaculate, I thought -it won’t look like that in the morning.
  • York was a great trip, I had a great time.