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Year 11 Information Evening

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Year 11 Information Evening
Monday 30th 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)
11A* + 2 A (15.5 A*-C)
– 368 Average UCAS Point Score
– Top 1% of sixth forms/colleges for value added
Programme for this evening
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Welcome and Introduction
Behaviour and Expectations
Post 16
Standards and Achievement
Closing Remarks
Behaviour and Expectations
Mr Hutchinson
Head of Year 11
The Golden Rule
We expect all students to follow our GOLDEN RULE:
Shirley High School students are expected to
show consideration and respect to all members of
the school and local community at all times.
The ABC of Success
• We believe that students will be successful if
they focus on their ABC:
– Attendance
– Behaviour
– Commitment
Attendance and Punctuality
• The biggest barrier to achievement in year 11
is non-attendance (including poor
punctuality). Please get in touch as soon as
possible if there are any issues concerning
attendance.
• attend@shirley.croydon.sch.uk
Behaviour Policy
• Our new Behaviour Policy can be found on the school
website along with our Attendance and Punctuality;
Assessment, Recording and Reporting, and
Homework policies.
• These new policies are designed to ensure improved
consistency across the school.
• Please take the time to read these documents.
Uniform
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Tie, jumper (and skirts for girls)
should be bought from Hewitts.
We ask you to follow the school
uniform policy to ensure uniform is
consistent throughout the school.
Plimsolls and trainers are not part of
the school uniform. Students wearing
incorrect footwear will be asked to
change.
Year 11 students do NOT need to
wear blazers, but if they choose not
to, they must wear a jumper instead.
Hats and hoodies should not be
worn on the school site at any time
and will be confiscated. This is for
the safety of all members of the
school community.
Equipment
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Pencil case
Pen x 2
Pencil
Rubber
Pencil sharpener
Ruler
Glue
Student Planners
• Students are expected to have their student
planner with them at all times.
• Planners must be produced immediately if
requested by any member of staff.
• The planner is the simplest form of
home/school communication. Please check it
regularly and contact your son/daughter's
tutor if you have any concerns.
Expectations
• We expect ALL students will achieve 5 A* -C GCSE
grades by the end of Year 11.
• Attainment grades in Key stage 3 show this is
possible
• This can only be achieved if students, staff and
parents work together.
• Please feel free to email me on fhu@shirley
croydon.sch.uk if you have any questions or
concerns.
Post 16
Shirley High School
Ms Doherty
Assistant Headteacher
Sixth Form Results Day 2013
QCA Score
ALPS Target
BTEC & A2
OUTSTANDING RESULTS
Awoonor-Gordon
Raenee
40.
8
DDM/ D
DDD / C2
Dogan Yasemin
37.
8
DDM / D
DDD
Lawrence Charlie
40
DDM/ D
DDD / C3
Matlib Farhana
43
D*DD
D*D*D
Joof Emani
38.
8
DDM
DDD
Benjamin-Leach
Remel
Habte Yafhet
36.
3
26
DDM / M
DDD/ D
Oppong Andreas
40
MMM /
D/E
DDM/ D
DMM /
C3
DDD/C3
Siberi Christian
40
DDM/ D
Dutton Oliver
41.
5
DDD
DDM /
C3
D*DD
Garner Michael
42.
3
DDD
D*DD
Taylor Luke
38.
5
DDM
DDD
Tucker Jack
40
DDM
DDD
Glynn Megan
31
DMM
DDM
Irviing Zoe
DDM
DDD
Lock Thomas
36.
3
40
DDM
DDD
Roberts Shakeil
40
DDM
DDD
Brown Chelsey
32.
5
28.
9
39
DMM
DDD
MMM
DDM
C/D
Chaves Zanya
Patel Kiran
Novak Dominika
Keitheswaran
Anusha
Barghi Aeveen
Cowan Amanda
Olayinka Dammi
Howells William
Charles-Christie
Kendle
Marzetti Jordon
Pullen Callum
40.
8
38.
3
32
41.
5
40.
6
38.
2
40.
7
37.
4
37.
8
2013
BTEC
Ex Dip
2012/1
3 AS
Level,
EPQ &
Dip
2013
A2
Level
Results
D*D*D
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D*D*D
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D*D*D
*
D*D*D
*
D*D*D
*
DDD
Results
C
Results
B
320
420
100
140
560
C
320
420
100
80
500
C
320
420
100
60
480
D/D
280
420
140
60
480
D
320
420
100
30
450
UCAS SCORE
Target
Actual
Diff
A2, AS & EPQ
Additional
Points
Final
UCAS
Score
320
360
40
80
440
D*DD
D
240
380
140
60
440
D*D*D
D*D*D
E
E
320
400
40
320
400
80
80
440
440
360
420
60
420
360
420
60
420
320
420
100
420
320
420
100
420
280
400
320
380
120
60
D*D*D
D*D*D
D*DD
320
400
320
400
280
380
80
80
100
400
400
380
DMM
D*DD
240
380
140
380
DDD
320
360
C2
DDD
N/A
200
340
40
140
360
340
320
320
0
280
260
20
D*D*D
*
D*D*D
*
D*D*D
*
D*D*D
*
D*D*D
D*DD
M
E
A* /B/B
40
20
400
400
DDM
DDD
DDM
DMM/
D/E
C/D
DDM
MMM
B3
N/A
B/D/E
C/D
240
240
0
240
C/D
C1
N/A
E
C/D/E
200
200
0
200
DM
DD
160
160
0
160
C/D
B3
N/A
D/E/E
C
220
150
70
150
D/E
C3
N/A
C/D
D
180
130
50
130
D/E
C2
N/A
D/D
120
120
0
120
E/E
MM
320
40
300
BTEC Extended Diploma
100% Distinction*-Merit
A level
100% A*- E (A*- C = 55%)
Alps - Calculation of provider value added score
Shirley High School
2012 - 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
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
SHIRLEY HIGH SCHOOL
SIXTH 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.
• Teacher supervised independent study periods.
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ENRICHMENT AND
PSHEE
UCAS preparation
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
Senior Prefects and School Captain positions
COURSES ON OFFER
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We offer Level 3 qualifications.
Mostly A Levels
Some BTEC/Vocational Level 3 courses
The Level 3 offer has and will continue
to expand as the size of the student
body increases.
Entering SHS Sixth Form
Achieve fewer than 5 x A*-C GCSE grades
including English Language and Mathematics
To Level 3 courses
Achieve 5 x A*-C GCSE grades and above
including English and Mathematics
• 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.
• Remember all A level subjects require B
grades at GCSE for entry onto
the course
• You need to continue to make excellent progress
to be considered.
THE FUTURE
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Development of Sixth Form Spaces
Investment in ICT
New Sixth Form block
Introduction to the Sixth Form taster sessions for
Year 11
So, if you want to progress to Post
16 education with us
work hard to meet and exceed your
target grades this year.
Sixth Form Open Evening
Thursday 21st November
6-8pm
Prospectuses will be given to students before the event.
Standards and Achievement
Mr Templeman-Wright
Deputy Headteacher
Standards and Achievement
How do we do it – strategies that deliver success for all?
– PiXL (Performance in Excellence) membership x 700+ = schools
– 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%
– Individual One to one meetings with students x 3 per year to review progress.
The Year 11 students will have their 4th 1:1 meeting with me the week
beginning 7th Oct. Note preparation sheets.
– 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 – all parties should know where their child
was at the end of Year 10.
– In addition we offer: One to one and small group teaching and support,
additional lessons afterschool, bespoke timetables, and a whole school
commitment to achieving success.
Standards and Achievement
Key Points - continued:
– We focus on reporting �indicative’ grades i.e. A3, A2, A1
– We focus on a minimum of two sub-levels progression per year e.g.
• Student �A’ in July of Year 10 = B1 for English
• Student �A’ in July of Year 11 = A2 for English
– We expect students to: complete all set homework, read and action
all assessment comments by their teachers (reference research done
by John Hattie), attend extra classes, complete all classwork and ask
for help.
– To support their studies all Year 11 students will issued with a special
USB stick which will have the Year slogan on it.
Standards and Achievement
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Key Events coming up to note:
October 7th unveiling of the Year 11 logo to students incorporating
their slogan
Mock exams the week beginning 18th November
Year 11 reports being written the week 2nd December
Summative data collection the week 9th December – the outcomes of
which will form the 1st grade report to parents/carers with a clear
indication if their child is �on target / below target / above target’.
Early January: reports sent home and the school will be hosting a
Mock GCSE Results Assembly re: August 2014.
Closing Remarks
Mr Templeman-Wright
Deputy Headteacher
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