Year 10 Information Evening. Aims To give students and parents: an overview of KS4 (years 10 and 11), the nature of the student experience and key dates and an understanding of: the range and frequency of controlled conditions assessments (coursework requirements)
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6 hours homework a week (7 in Year 11)
Be organised (use your planner)
Don’t leave revision to the last minute.
Make sure that you know what you have to do and understand the assessment criteria for each task.
Be prepared to do some background reading.
Build in breaks.
Be proactive in seeking help.
Year 10 revision skills day (March)
“Graduates on average have better employment prospects and can expect to earn at least £100,000, net of tax, more than non-graduates across their working lives.”Universities and Science Minister David Willetts, commenting on The Push National Debt Survey, 13 August 2010
Academic progress (KS3/4), careers, business enterprise and PSHE
Mrs Y Grogan (Assistant Head teacher)
Pastoral issues (KS4)
Ms N Steptoe (Assistant Pastoral Manager)
Specific educational needs
Ms H DuMont (SENCo)
Mrs R Chaudhry (Librarian and WEX co-ordinator)