4 Header Success by any measure 85% 5A*- C including English and Maths 90% 5A*- C 43% A*/A 19 departments achieved 90%+ 28 students achieved 10 A*As+ Not only is our student attainment outstanding but the progress our students make is also outstanding.
5 Sixth Form A Level Results 2015 A*- A Grades 38% A*- B Grades 69% A*- E Grades 100% Exceptional attainment in 2015 Our best results ever, despite a trend of falling grades nationally. Outstanding student achievement in 2015 A continuing trend of improvement in student progress now puts Rosebery in the top 10% of A Level centres in the UK (according to Durham University Alps Report) New Director of Sixth brought in at the start of this year New systems of support and intervention.
6 Sixth Form Destinations % Rosebery Sixth Formers went to University - 3% students went to Oxford or Cambridge - 40% went to Russell Group Universities 5% went on to higher Apprenticeships - including Ministry of Justice and Deloitte 4% went into employment, voluntary work or internships
7 Header The iceberg illusion
8 New style GCSEs New style GCSEs in English Language, English Literature and Mathematics Graded 9 to 1 rather than A* - C Harder? More academic rigour? Rote learning? Less coursework? More exams? 5 will be the new expected pass as the C was, but will be harder to achieve 9 ~ A** 8 ~ A* 7 ~ A etc etc
9 Header GCSEPod
10 New style reports (Y10 old) New style GCSEs
11 New style reports (Y10 new) New style GCSEs
12 New style reports (Y11)
13 Mrs South Head of Year 10
14 Who s who? Head of Year: Deputy HoY : Diamond House: Emerald House: Ruby House: Sapphire House: Mrs J South Miss G Devonish 10DX: Dr L Swales 10DY: Mr R Busby 10EX: Miss N Bailey 10EY: Mr A Breaden 10RX: Ms B Davison 10RY: Miss L Bird & Mrs I Hartridge 10SX: Miss E Clare & Mrs C Brice 10SY: Miss A Babo
15 Communication Planner checks parental signatures and emergency contacts required please on pages 1, 2, 7 and 9. Contact Details Please ensure that all contact information that the school holds is correct. If any contact details need to be updated then please with the correct information. Form tutor as first port of call daily information. Mrs South, Miss Devonish or Mr Lach curriculum or welfare matters. Heads of subject or the class teacher progress / grouping and subject specific information. Absence due to illness, as always, to be reported daily to the absence line (Mrs Day) and a letter brought in on your daughter s return. This is vital as evidence is sometimes required by Examination Boards. Absence requests please avoid if at all possible, but contact Ms Allen, the Head teacher, via Mrs Doh for permission for any extenuating circumstances that arise.
19 Key Dates 30 th November & 1 st December - MFL Controlled Assessment 18 th January - Core Science ISA 7 th & 8 th March - MFL Controlled Assessment 22 nd March - Statistics Controlled Assessment 28 th April - Parents Evening 13 th June - 1 st July - Mock Exams Season (Including Art, PE practicals and MFL speaking exams) 6 th July - Geography Controlled Assessment Day A key dates information sheet for all Year 10 events can be found on the Rosebery Website.
20 Help us to help them! GROWTH MINDSET.. STANDARDS: Time management - Punctuality, Attendance, Organisation, Behaviour & Uniform and Ask for help. Work-Life balance. Communication.
21 Mrs Cook Head of English
22 English 2015 Two separate qualifications, examined Summer 2017 A separate grade will also be given for Speaking and Listening (not a qualification) N.B. Both English Language and English Literature will be graded results Language 98.29% A*-C 52.99% A*/A Literature 94% A*-C 35.32% A*/A
23 Year 10 AUTUMN SPRING SUMMER Second LITERATURE unit: poetry anthology and unseen poetry INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE Begin LITERATURE exam novel: Pride and Prejudice Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde A Christmas Carol Third LITERATURE unit: An Inspector Calls Complete An Inspector Calls Prepare for LANGUAGE mock: fiction and non-fiction reading and writing Prepare for the LITERATURE mock: Paper 1 section B 19 th Century novel Paper 2 poetry
24 Year 11 AUTUMN SPRING SUMMER Continue LANGUAGE exam preparation. Begin LITERATURE revision Return/review/improve LANGUAGE and LITERATURE mock LITERATURE Shakespeare unit: Much Ado About Nothing Complete all revision. Exams LANGUAGE Fiction reading/descriptive or narrative writing Non-fiction: reading articles/arguing the case LITERATURE 1) Shakespeare/Novel 2) Play/Poetry
25 How can Parents help? Encourage them to organise and extend their notes: high quality revision materials are essential Encourage engagement with the Assessment Objectives, particularly during Y11 revision phase: this is the time when they need to be clear about which skills, texts etc are needed for different exams They will be tested at regular intervals throughout the course; how could you help them to maintain resilience if a test does not go well? Ask `Why? and `How? questions, then encourage them to note down new thoughts. Can they use a technical term or analytical verb to express their ideas?
26 Technical terms and analytical verbs Available on the P:/Drive right now and soon to be posted on the Rosebery Hub
27 Resource recommendations Words of warning: 1) Check the Spec: 8700/8702 2) Your informed opinions and fresh responses are worth more than a memorised study guide
28 Additional information and guidance Keep up/catch up/get ahead Tuesday lunchtimes D04 Thursdays 3-4pm C18 and C11 ts/english/gcse/englishlanguage-8700/assessmentresources
29 Dr Swales - Maths
30 GCSE Maths Results 88% A* - C 27% A/A*
31 GCSE Maths There are NO controlled assessments. For the new Maths GCSE there will be 3 exams one non calculator paper and two calculator papers. All the papers will be 1 hour 30 mins. There will be 2 tiers of entry: Foundation will cover grades 1 to 5 and Higher will cover grades 4 to 9.
32 GCSE Maths Our students have already been learning the skills and concepts in maths that they will need for their new GCSEs. Everything they have previously - and are currently - studying in Maths lessons is leading towards their new GCSE and subsequent A levels. In Mathematics there are 3 main strands: Mathematical concepts Mathematical problem solving Mathematical fluency The GCSE exams are taken at the end of the course (in the summer of Year 11).
33 GCSE Maths A Guide Please search for this Edexcel Guide or use the link that will be posted on the Rosebery Website for further information and details
34 GCSE Statistics There IS still a Controlled Assessment and Internal Exam They will still be graded A*-G Lessons are after school in M2 with Mrs Boddy We do not recommend retakes Non-compulsory May well be the last year of entry
35 Supporting your daughter Think positive - they can do maths!
36 Develop a Growth Mind-set "Maths is really hard. I just can't do it" Maths needs a lot of practice - just like anything else in life.
37 What the students need to do Work to the best of their ability. Take responsibility for their learning. Bring their maths equipment to every lesson. Catch up on missed lessons. Complete homework punctually. Show how they did the calculation! Practise their number skills. Use the resources on the Rosebery Hub and maths websites. Have a positive attitude.
38 What can you do to help? Be interested ask them to show you their work and explain what they have done. Use the resources on the Rosebery Hub and maths websites. Involve them in everyday maths measuring up for a new carpet, 20% off in a sale, check the shopping bill. Practise their number skills. Encourage them to read the question carefully and think about which maths skills they may need to solve the problem Be positive and encourage them to have a positive attitude.
39 Key Resources Rosebery Hub Maths Maths Club in M17 on Monday after school and Friday lunchtime Centre id: rosebery Username: rosebery Username: 2611rose
44 Header Science: Investigative Skills and Examinations Set Year 10 Year /3 Biology Chemistry Physics Examinations 2016 Examinations 2017 B1,B2,B3 C1,C2,C3 P1,P2,P3 4-5 Core Science Additional Science Core retake? B1,C1, P1
45 Header Science Examination Dates: Summer 2016 Biology Chemistry Physics Unit 1 Core Science 05/06/ /06/ /06/2016 ISA 18/01/2016
46 Header Science: Investigative Skills Set Month Students from sets 1,2 and 3 who are taking separate GCSE Sciences Biology: June 2016
47 Header What happens if. Should a student not achieve at the required standard, they will be expected to complete another ISA. Please note that a typical ISA takes between 6 and 8 hours to complete and each one involves the completion of two externally set examinations. Saturday School (one) Day in holiday (one) After school (over one week)
48 Header How can we work together to support your daughter? Spend 10 minutes reading through previous work with your daughter. Have high expectations of your daughters work and progress. Ensure that your daughter completes homework Practise examination and past paper questions. Read and discuss academic papers e.g. Biological Sciences Review / Physics Review / Chemistry Review (Phillip Alan).
49 Header Heads of Biology, Chemistry and Physics
50 Header How can we work together to support your daughter? Progress Leader: Mr Busby Director of Science: Science A (Core): Course code 4405 Additional Science: Course code 4408 Biology: Course code 4401 Chemistry: Course code 4402 Physics: Course code 4403
51 Mr Lach Assistant Headteacher
52 Header The iceberg illusion
53 A lesson from the young
54 Be Aspirational
55 Accept it will be Hardwork
56 Consider your own aspirations
57 3 Number Targets
58 6 or 7 Letter Targets
59 Work together Please talk to your daughters about their hopes, fears and aspirations. Look at the chance graphs with them. Together, agree aspirational target grades that are right for her. Return a signed copy to the Form Tutor by Tuesday. Keep a copy at home. N.B They will be moderated and reviewed.
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