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Year 9 Information Evening. Thursday 26 th September 5 – 6pm. Welcome and Introduction Mr 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

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    1. Year 9 Information Evening Thursday 26th September 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 • Standards and Achievements • Closing Remarks

    4. Behaviour and Expectations Mrs Brady Head of Year 9 … and Roary!

    5. ENJOYS AND ACHIEVES

    6. Dress for the Job • We are proud to belong to Shirley and always dress the part. • Blazer, tie, jumper (and skirts for girls) should be bought from Hewitts. • Black, leather-type school shoes. • No jewellery except a watch. • Natural hair colours. • Navy, white or black head-scarves/hair accessories • No obvious make-up or nail varnish. • No mobile phones in school. • We ask for your help in following the school uniform policy to ensure there is a consistent uniform throughout the school.

    7. 7 Essentials Tools for the Job • 8 Essentials • Pen x 2 • Pencil x 2 • Rubber • Pencil sharpener • Ruler • Glue • Colouring pencils • Student Planner

    8. Behaviour • “The Brady Bunch are the Best” and pull together. • Always polite and well mannered. • Respectful of others and their property at all times. • 100% attendance, excellent punctuality, full involvement in school life. • We take pride in our individual performance and that of the school. • We have high expectations and work hard. • We know what we want to achieve and set targets accordingly, both short term and long term. • And remember Shirley is part of the wider community and we expect good behaviour to and from school.

    9. Expectations • The expectation is that ALL students will achieve 5 A* - C GCSE grades at the end of Year 11. • Attainment grades in Key stage 3 show this is possible. • This can only happen with commitment and effort from the students, the staff and with parental support. • Attendance, Behaviour and Commitment. • Please feel free to email me brady@shirley croydon.sch.uk or the relevant form tutor pringle, winbourne, said, childs, dean, pater, hamit @shirley.croydon.sch.uk

    10. Do you recognise anyone?

    11. Why so successful? ABC to success A - Attendance B - Behaviour C - Commitment

    12. but also …… The Mixture of Youth and Experience Youngsters bring tireless energy and enthusiasm. Oldies bring experience. AN INFALLIBLE MIX

    13. Join The Year 9 team Parent/Carers Student, Teacher, Energy and ABC Teachers Knowledge and Experience

    14. Success and Celebration Class of 2012 100% 5 x A* - C Class of 2016 100% 5 x A* - C

    15. Standards and Achievement Mr Templeman-Wright Deputy Headteacher

    16. Standards and Achievement How do we do it? • 1:1 meetings, intervention & support lessons, extra lessons after school, assemblies, external speakers, grade reports, indicative GCSE grades. • PiXL membership x 700+ = 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%

    17. Standards and Achievement National Curriculum Levels to GCSE Grades L3 = GCSE G L4 = GCSE F L5 = GCSE E L6 = GCSE D L7 = GCSE C L8 = GCSE B 3 levels of progress factor

    18. Standards and Achievement National Curriculum Levels to GCSE Indicative Grades Sub-Levels and Sub-GCSE Grades to show progression Low MiddleHigh 4c 4b 4a F3 F2 F1 5c 5b 5a E3 E2 E1 6c 6b 6a D3 D2 D1

    19. Standards and Achievement Individual Target Setting

    20. Standards and Achievement

    21. Standards and Achievement

    22. 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 8 = English 5a = GCSE grade E1 Student ‘A’ in July of Year 9 = D2 Student ‘A’ in July of Year 10 = C3 Student ‘A’ in July of Year 11 = C1 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.

    23. Closing Remarks Mr Templeman-Wright Deputy Headteacher