Welcome. Current Year 10 intake: 250 students School National Average Point Score (KS2) 28.6% 27.9% % Prior Attainment Low 10% 14.75% Middle 52.7% 52.5% High 37.35% 32.5%. Progress 8. 5 A*-C. Ebacc. 4 LoP minimum. A*- C in En & Ma. Progression Routes.
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Average Point Score (KS2) 28.6% 27.9%
% Prior Attainment Low 10% 14.75%
Middle 52.7% 52.5%
High 37.35% 32.5%
4 LoP minimum
A*- C in En & Ma
We want every St Peter’s student to leave at the end of Year 11 knowing that they have all given their best and made the most of the opportunities on offer.
I am still far from being what I want to be,
but with God's help I shall succeed.
Vincent Van Gogh
27 weeks left (year 11)
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
Supporting Progress from the home M Burt
2. Understanding Course Requirements,
Controlled Assessments and How we Report Progress N Ferguson M Hawker
CORE Subject Learning Leaders
- Mathematics S Hammett
- English K Hamilton
- Science S Swana
- Religious Studies M Wilkinson
4. Careers Education and Guidance T Falconer
A zookeeper has lost the ability to distinguish between elephants and emus.
However he is able to count eyes and feet.
He counts 58 eyes and 84 feet.
How many elephants and emus are there?
13 elephants & 16 Emus
Controlled assessment can occur in a number of stages with varying levels of control to ensure reliability and to make assessment manageable.
undertaking research and gathering, selecting and organising materials and information
For most controlled tests you will be given help sheets to assist you. Use these to make a sensible plan so that you do not waste time.
Year 10 is equally as important as Year 11; controlled assessments count towards the final GCSE grade. DON’T leave it all until the last minute!
Red and Blue pathways
GCSE Mathematics Twinned Pilot
This qualification is available to selected centres as part of a National GCSE pilot from September 2010.
Foundation Tier grades C-G available
Higher Tier grades A*-D available
GCSE in Methods in Mathematics is designed to provide a course in mathematics which consolidates the connections between mathematics and which the approaches the subject in a purely mathematical manner.
GCSE in Applications of Mathematics is designed to provide a course in Mathematics which lends itself to applications of Mathematics in real-life, everyday contexts and to provide an introduction into financial and business applications.