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Year 7 Settling in Evening. Welcome to The Streetly School. Who’s Who?. Mr Downie – Headteacher Mrs Hill – Deputy Headteacher for Care, Guidance and Support Mrs Triptree – Assistant Head – KS3 Progress Mrs Willis – Assistant Head –data and reporting

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year 7 settling in evening

Year 7 Settling inEvening

Welcome to

The Streetly School

who s who
Who’s Who?
  • Mr Downie – Headteacher
  • Mrs Hill – Deputy Headteacher for Care, Guidance and Support
  • Mrs Triptree – Assistant Head – KS3 Progress
  • Mrs Willis – Assistant Head –data and reporting
  • Mrs. Walton– Special Educational Needs Coordinator
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Who’s Who?
  • Heads of House Mr Cumming (Electra)

– Miss Lawlor – Y7 Electra

Mr Page (Maia)

- Mr Hall – Y7 Maia

Mr Chester (Atlas)

  • Form tutors – Mr Webster, Mrs Deaville, Miss Maguire, Mrs Howell, Mrs Bignell, Miss Powell, Miss Deakin, Mrs Austin and Mr Trugeon - Smith
settling in
Settling In
  • Who to contact – Form tutor, house staff
  • How to contact – phone, use of planner and Frog
  • Subject specific issues – teacher, Head of Department
y7 residential
Y7 Residential
  • Y7 ELECTRA 4 – 6th October
  • Y7 ATLAS 6 – 8TH October
  • Y7 MAIA 11 – 13TH October
attendance and holidays
Attendance and Holidays
  • Individual attendance target is 95% for every child
  • What to do if your child is absent
  • Our role – Keep safe scheme - texting
  • Punctuality to school and lessons
  • EWO target list – below 90%
  • Certificates and prize draws for 100%
holidays
Holidays
  • No authorisation of holidays for any year group
what support is available in school
What Support is Available in School?
  • SEN
  • House staff and senior house staff
  • Gifted and talented co-ordinator
  • Form tutor
  • Student Ambassadors trained as mentors
  • Respite support centre
e safety
E SAFETY
  • MR WALKER – HEAD OF ICT
  • MAKING SURE YOUR CHILD IS SAFE
reward system
Reward System
  • Merits – Sleuth Online
  • Good news cards
  • Verbal praise
  • Assemblies
  • Celebration of achievement
  • KS3 Awards Evening
procedures and sanctions to support students
Procedures and Sanctions to Support Students
  • Detentions
  • Reports
  • Sleuth Online
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Based on Key Stage 2 Teacher Assessments and Alfie tests
  • Most students should move up two levels by the end of year 9
    • Level 3 to 5
    • Level 4 to 7
    • Level 5 to 6
making small steps
Making Small Steps.
  • Each level is divided into sub-levels;
    • a) means the top of the level
    • b) is the middle of the level, showing a secure performance.
    • c) is the lower end of the level
reporting home
Reporting Home
  • Four progress checks a year.
  • Reported home on a single sheet;
the annual report
The Annual Report
  • Sent home once a year – 18th July
  • Provides an opportunity to set targets, discuss progress and feed back to school.
  • Given out separately from parents evening – 17th January
  • Supplemented by tutor review weeks.
what is available for students
What is Available for Students?
  • Sports clubs
  • Music
  • Art
  • Inter-tutor activities
  • Trips
  • Further up the school
    • Student Ambassadors
    • Duke of Edinburgh
    • JSLA – Junior Sports Leader Award
    • Tutor reps
    • School council / student voice
    • Interview panels
    • Escorting visitors / reception duty
study skills
STUDY SKILLS
  • Helping your child – asking questions about what they have done at school
  • Homework – check on Frog / planner
  • Learning to Learn programme with form tutor
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And this is what

our current

Year 7 think ……

questionnaire
QUESTIONNAIRE

PLEASE HAND IN YOUR GREEN QUESTIONNAIRE BEFORE YOU LEAVE

YOUR OPINIONS ARE VERY IMPORTANT TO US