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SHENTON COLLEGE. Excellence, Community and Self. If you take only on thing away. Most important part of this presentation – Thank you. Good teaching, Good Planning, Good Information, Good Relationships, Good Communication. Make a difference

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shenton college

SHENTON COLLEGE

Excellence, Community and Self

if you take only on thing away
If you take only on thing away
  • Most important part of this presentation – Thank you
good teaching good planning good information good relationships good communication
Good teaching, Good Planning, Good Information, Good Relationships, Good Communication
  • Make a difference
  • Student: “I think it is more than the characteristics of your teacher - it is how they make me feel and how they communicate with ME! “
  • communication with the student - a success to learning
so what is it all about
So what is it all about?
  • If it is not about awards then what is it about?
  • What is your checklist
  • If you not improving today your going backwards – Rafael Nadal
report card
Report Card
  • My checklist:
  • A Centre of Excellence – to provide the very best teaching and learning experience to every student in every class. WE had one clear, shared purpose: Shenton College is “A Centre of Excellence” and this was strongly communicated.
  • WE improved our focus on creativity and critical thinking in our classrooms and within our school and continued to involve ourselves in strong partnerships with UWA and cross curricula initiatives
  • WE reflected on data and WE had explicit, clear and measurable goals set in faculty plans and reviewed by staff throughout the year
  • WE identified strategies to achieve our purpose and strategically resourced them with additional classes, extra initiatives, support funding and salary pool
  • WE put in place internal measure to allow more time for our teachers to focus on education and tried to enhance our non teaching support for teachers
  • WE tried to ensured orderly and supportive environments for our staff and students in clearly articulated policy, process and expectations.
  • WE recruited constructively and provided professional learning to enhance quality teaching, improve quality training and gather quality feedback
  • WE established enhanced communication and connectivity with middle school, senior school and community
  • WE focussed on our public schooling values and ethics culture and communicated this widely
2010 analysis of our performance
2010 Analysis of our Performance

WARNING: School comparison statistics

While several media outlets take the view that curriculum council statistics display the best comparative merits of each school, it should be noted that researchers into school effectiveness disagree and all state that schools account for at best 9 percent of the variance between students.

However good teaching does make a difference

a measure of our performance curriculum council
A Measure of our Performance – Curriculum Council
  • Top Public School: Ranked 13th in % of students to achieve 75% or more in a WACE course.
  • Top Public School: Ranked 15th in % of eligible students within top third (65%)of average scaled marks (top tricile)
  • 100% Graduation
  • 42 curriculum council awards
analysis of performance
Analysis of Performance
  • 4 General Exhibitions: Top 40 students in state based on av. Of 5 scaled scores with at least two from Hum. and 2 math /science. Hannah Raffel, May Pham, Sasha Quahe, Tom Crowhurst
  • 1 Course Exhibitions: Highest combined mark in WACE course. Ancient History : Hannah Raffel
  • 9 Certificates of Distinction: Top 0.5 % or top 2 sitting the WACE course – combined mark. Ancient History – Hannah Raffel, Sasha Quahe; Biological Science – Sasha Quahe;Engineering Studies – Guy McCauley; English – Nic Dyer; Mathematics – May Pham; Modern History – Grace Hutchison, Isabel Inkster Hughes; Physics – Sarah Biddle
  • 28 Certificates of Excellence:18 or more A grades in WACE course
certificates of excellence our mission for excellence
Certificates of Excellence – our mission for excellence
  • 28 Certificate of Excellence (awarded to students who have achieved at least 18 A Grades in WACE course units):Sarah Biddle, Callan Bright, Tom Crowhurst, Poppy Damon, Harrison Davis, David Duan, Nic Dyer, Oscar Fehlberg, Daniel Fortini, Astrid Hansen, Kent Hosokawa, Isabel Inkster Hughes, Grace Hutchison, Isobel Johnson, Karly Kepert Anton Khau, Morgan Lewis, Guy McCauley, Rockwell McGellin, Felix Pal, May Pham, Adam Phillimore, Sasha Quahe, Hannah Raffel, Patrick Spivey, Elliot Tan, Oliver Tod, Haiming Zhu
analysis of performance10
Analysis of Performance
  • Top performing / Leading School in 14 courses -
  • 17 99 Club winners – students awarded a ATAR rank of 99 or more
17 99 clubbers
17 -99 Clubbers
  • Biddle Sarah Katherine
  • Butenschon Lina Mali
  • Crowhurst Thomas George
  • Davis Harrison John
  • Duan David
  • Dyer Nicholas Timothy
  • Helm Mimi Franziska
  • Hosokawa Kent
  • Hughes Isabel Grace Inkster
  • Hutchison Grace Isabella
  • Khau Anton
  • McCauley Guy James
  • Pal Felix Zalan
  • Pham May Thuy
  • Quahe Sasha Fay Hui Mian
  • Raffel Hannah Zoe
  • Zhu Haiming
shenton leading in wace in the state cc
Shenton leading in WACE in the state - CC
  • Ancient History - top 3 schools (only public school)
  • Computer Science - top 2 schools (only public school)
  • Drama
  • Engineering studies – top 3 schools
  • French – top 8 schools (only public school)
  • Literature
  • Mathematics 3A/B- top 6 schools
  • Mathematics 2C/D - top 10 schools
  • Mathematics 3C/3D
  • Mathematics - Specialist
  • Media Production and Analysis – top 6 (only public school)
  • Modern History – top 10 (only public school)
  • Music
  • Politics and Law- top 10 schools
analysis 2010 well done
Analysis 2010 - Well done
  • Quality of Teaching and Learning
  • Outstanding Counselling and monitoring
  • Strong Grading
  • Enhanced cross curricula activities
  • Meticulous Support for students
  • Planning, Assessment Rigour and quality of feedback
  • Outstanding Pastoral Care
key initiatives and early discussions 2011
Key Initiatives and early discussions 2011
  • IPS implementation and planning: target setting, linked to plans, performance and priorities.
  • NAPLAN support, early intervention and preparedness
  • High Performance Learning (HPL) Class initiative continued
  • One School, One College, One Staff – enhanced communication, teacher expertise, social interaction
  • Meaningful “discussion based” staff meetings
  • Evidenced based decision making. Data driven, teacher driven
  • ISMART Performance management – Target linked. Removing the fluff
  • Communicating our successes: Web, newsletters, highlights -Active Marketing your class, your students
  • Exam preparedness and performance
  • Digital education Revolution and ICT culture
  • VET as a pathway – UoC, 220 nominal hours, Cert 11 or higher
  • Counselling for success
new staff 2011
New Staff 2011

Lynda Kuntyj – Arts HOD

Lisa Sharratt – Science

Gavan Ryan

Adam Smith

Denise Gianatti – Mathematics

Grace Shih – LOTE Japanese

Ryan Florence

Russell Corr – S&E

Sandra Standsjö – Deaf

Kelly Houlahan

Clem Blechynden

Matt Connaughton

Tonia Fahey – School Psych