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  1. Year 10 Information Evening Monday 16th September 2013 5 – 6pm

  2. Welcome and IntroductionMr Barrow - Headteacher 2013 Key Statistics • 99.4% students 5+ A*-C grades • Highest Performers gained: 12A* + 2 A (17.5 A*-C) and 11A* + 2 A (15.5 A*-C) • 368 Average UCAS Point Score • Top 1% of sixth forms/colleges for value added

  3. Programme for this evening • Welcome and Introduction • Behaviour and Expectations • Work Experience & Work Related Learning • Standards and Achievement • Post 16 • Closing Remarks

  4. Behaviour and Expectations Mr Lewis Head of Year 10

  5. Behaviour and Expectations • Year 10 are currently a well behaved year group who respond well to support and advice from the school. I hope this can be maintained with close support received from home. • Attendance, Behaviour, Commitment • It has been a pleasure to see pupils getting involved in school clubs and activities within the school and participating in school life with pride and developing the school community. • The expectation is that ALL students will achieve a minimum of 5 A* -C GCSE grades at the end of Year 11. This can only be done by commitment and effort from the students, the staff and parental support • Please feel free to email myself or the relevant form tutor Griffith, Newlands , Harvey, Tarawally, Lewis, Kerley, or Joshi

  6. Work Related Learning and Work Experience Miss Collins -Head of Work Related Learning

  7. Learning for work Interview skills Team work CV writing Problem solving Money management Personal action plans Dressing for work Work Skills Communication skills Employment rights and responsibilities Learning styles

  8. Learning through work Responsibility lies with student Dedicated area on Fronter Work Experience Submission of forms electronically

  9. Work Experience Important Dates Monday 30th June – Friday 11th July 2014 Initial Deadline for return of forms Friday 31st January 2014

  10. Dedicated room on Fronter

  11. Work Experience Form

  12. Standards and Achievement Mr Templeman-Wright Deputy Headteacher

  13. Standards and Achievement Key Points: How do we do it – strategies that deliver success for all? • PiXL membership x 600+ = schools network with our own PiXL Associate • Our targets for students come from ‘FFT D’ estimates (top 25% Nationally) note ‘school’s actual 2013 results = value added factor – FFTD – 85% (5+ A* - C passes) actual 99.4% = +14.4% factor and FFTD 63% inc. English and Maths, actual 63% • FFTD Notice: Student estimates may change due to the inclusion of a new ‘output area classification’ factor • Individual One to one meetings with students x 3 per year to review progress (Yr.9 x 2) • We issue grade reports x 3 per year to monitor and report progress which we internally monitor on a further 3 occasions per year. We state ‘current performance’ and FFT D estimates • In addition we offer: One to one and small group teaching and support, additional lessons afterschool, additional GCSE equivalent options, bespoke timetables, early entry in Maths and English (iGCSE V AQA Homeboard issue), outstanding teaching and a whole school commitment to achieving success.

  14. Standards and Achievement Key Points - continued: • We focus on reporting ‘indicative’ grades i.e. C1, C2, C3 • We focus on a minimum of two sub-levels progression per year e.g. • Student ‘A’ in July of Year 9 = English C1 • Student ‘A’ in July of Year 10 = B2 • Student ‘A’ in July of Year 11 = A3. • We expect students to: complete all set homework, read and action all assessment comments by their teachers, attend extra classes, complete all classwork and ask for help. It is a positively interactive learning collaboration to ensure all students make a minimum of 3 levels of progress re: KS2 (L5 – E grade) and KS4 (L8 -B grade).

  15. Post 16 Mrs Harris Head of Sixth Form

  16. The Sixth Format Shirley High SchoolMoving On…

  17. Why stay on at SHS Sixth Form? Achieve Aspire Enjoy Striving for success

  18. OUTSTANDING RESULTS BTEC Extended Diploma 100% Distinction*-Merit A level 100% A*- E (A*- C = 55%)

  19. Sixth Form Results Day 2013

  20. Alps - Calculation of provider value added scoreShirley High School2012 - 2013 ALPS Grade 1 Based on Alps 2012-13 analysis Of 1,280 school sixth forms and colleges nationally our school is in the top 1% nationally for L3 BTEC provision

  21. Alps - Calculation of provider value added scoreShirley High School2012 - 2013 ALPS Grade 1 Based on Alps 2012-13 analysis Of 1,280 school sixth forms and colleges nationally our school is in the top 1% nationally

  22. A2/AS level results included A*BB, AAA, BBC BTEC results included D*D*D* (3xDistintions) & B (A2) AVERAGE UCAS POINT SCORE = 368 A Level Equivalent AAA Btec Equivalent DDD

  23. SHIRLEY HIGH SCHOOLSIXTH FORM – What do we offer? • Outstanding results 100% pass rate for 2013 • Excellent teaching and learning leading to good value added • A professional, technological and academic • environment • A wide range of enrichment opportunities • Improved facilities and a new Sixth Form Block • Small teaching groups • Outstanding pastoral care, monitoring and • support for post 18 progression • High quality IAG

  24. COURSES ON OFFER We offer Level 3 qualifications. Mostly A Levels We are in partnership with other Sixth Forms to enable the best possible choice for students Some BTEC/Vocational Level 3 courses The Level 3 offer will be expanding as more experienced Sixth Form teachers join the staff. Level 2 BTEC courses and resit classes may be available depending on demand. This will allow students who do not achieve the entry grades for A levels to stay in the Sixth Form.

  25. Less than 5x A*-C including English Language and Maths To Level 3 courses

  26. If you achieve 5x A*-C including English Language and Maths You get a foot in the door. We will not turn you away. But you will not necessarily have the chance to do any course you want.

  27. ENRICHMENT ANDPSHEE UCAS Study & Life skills University Visits Duke of Edinburgh Award Sport Sixth Form Council Mentoring Charity / Community work Work Experience EPQ Sports leadership and primary school support Arts award

  28. THE FUTURE Further Investment in ICT The development of the Sixth Form Block Introduction to the Sixth Form programme for Year 11 Development of the induction programme

  29. So, if you want to join us.Work hard to meet and exceed your target grades this year.

  30. Closing Remarks Mr Templeman-Wright Deputy Headteacher