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Transition Evening Year 12 Parents. Andrew Evans Deputy Director Sixth Form. Year 12 Success Stories. Apprenticeships Yasmin Atkins CLM Microsoft validated IT Jacob Croombs Bentley Motors Steph Fox Cheshire East Council Ed Salisbury CLM Microsoft validated IT

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Transition evening year 12 parents

Transition Evening Year 12 Parents

Andrew Evans

Deputy Director Sixth Form

Year 12 success stories
Year 12 Success Stories

  • Apprenticeships

  • Yasmin Atkins CLM Microsoft validated IT

  • Jacob Croombs Bentley Motors

  • Steph Fox Cheshire East Council

  • Ed Salisbury CLM Microsoft validated IT

  • Cameron Wood Network Rail

  • Charity Fundraising

  • Macmillan coffee morning £540

  • Double Denim day £430

  • Fancy dress charity walk £1330

  • For Macmillan and Headstart £2300

AS Results

  • Kitty Price AAAAB

  • Molly Evans AAAA

  • Joe Kelly AAAA

  • Emily Maguire AAAA

  • Stuart Felton AAAB

  • Alex Isherwood AAAB

  • Dan Littlejohn AAAB

  • James Morris AAAB

  • Katie Robertson AAAB

  • Jack Sawdon AAAB

Year 13 success
Year 13 success

  • 47 % of all A level grades achieved at Alsager Sixth Form were either A*, A or B in this years results.

  • 81% of students achieved 3 a level passes (college record)

  • 81% of students secured a place at their first choice University

Provision through our two week timetable
Provision through our two week timetable

  • Nine one hour periods per fortnight per subject

  • Form period everyday

  • Two one hour periods devoted to Key Skills for Leadership (20 UCAS points)

  • Four periods of enrichment (work experience, volunteering)

  • Eight none contact periods

  • Assemblies

  • Termly focus

    • Autumn Ambition (aim high)

    • Spring Fellowship (belonging and contributing to our community)

    • Summer Character(charity work and fund raising)


Three assessment points

AP1 October

AP2 January (after mocks)

AP3 March

Parents evening

Wednesday 19/11/14

  • GCSE ScoreAS/A2 Target grade

  • Mainly A* and A’s Target grade A/A*

  • Mainly A’s and a few B’s Target grade B/A

  • Mainly B’s and the odd C Target grade C/B

  • Mainly C’s and the odd B Target grade D/C

  • Mainly C and the odd D Target grade E/D

Reports sent


Year 12 exams

Students leave

May 8th

Students return

June 8th

Successful students
Successful Students

  • Attendance 95% plus

  • Do homework

  • Work in non contacts

  • Show commitment

  • Organised

  • Read around the subject

    (books, journals, web articles)

  • Positive member of the school

    and wider community

Tutorial support programme
Tutorial support programme

  • Students under target in 2 or more subjects are assigned a coach

    Meet every two weeks

    Review performance

    Set targets and review target

    Meet with Mr Evans

  • Students under target in one subject are referred to the subject teacher

    Subject specific advice

    Supported by form tutor

  • Supervised sessions during enrichment (office hours) to catch up

    Monitored by Head of Sixth Form

  • Rewards for outstanding effort and achievement via tutor nominations

Mocks and work placement
Mocks and work placement

All subjects set exams for 5th January 2015

Results sent home Friday 6th February 2015

English resit 4th November

Maths resit 5th & 7th November

Results 8th January 2015

Traineeships receive two work placements that

last eighteen weeks.

All employers send reports directly to school


  • Wednesday afternoons

    Volunteer (in school or out of school)

    Peer mentors

    Homework helpers

    Subject specific support

    Work experience

    Critical thinking (AS year)

    Extended project qualification (A2 year)

    Young enterprise team


  • Student connections Mrs Casewell

    Twitter feed for apprenticeships

  • Careers interview

  • Work placements

  • UCAS University day

  • University open days

  • Oxbridge conference

  • Parents evening

Contacts or questions
Contacts or questions

Our team

Mrs Pole Head of Sixth Form

Mr Evans Deputy Head of Sixth Form

Mrs Barton Student support

Mrs Pass Student attendance


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