WHAT IS TAUGHT IN GCSE SCIENCE?
DYSLEXIA FRIENDLY SCHOOL QUALITY MARK
FEEDBACK FROM PARENTS FORUM - 3 OCTOBER 2018
PRESENTATION ON SUPPORT FOR LEARNERS WITH SEN
FEEDBACK AND MARKING PRESENTATION
CURRICULUM AND PATHWAYS PRESENTATION
PARENTS' FORUM WEDNESDAY 8 DECEMBER 2021
The whole school approach to online safety
Mr Wilson outlines the whole school approach to online safety including guides and activity packs:
setting up iphone privacy controls
PARENTS' FORUM WEDNESDAY 11 NOVEMBER 2020
Mr Linnell outlines why regular low stakes revision throughout the academic year is the best approach to embed learning into students' minds and getting the best outcomes in their final examinations.
This presentation will help support your child prepare for their mathematics mock GCSE exams
This presentation will help support your child prepare for their English mock GCSE examse
PARENTS' FORUM WEDNESDAY 7 OCTOBER 2020
This presentation explains how the school will manage a Covid-19 case should the school be notified of a ‘Positive’ test result.
This presentation briefly discusses how classes in KS3 have been put together to support students and will also discuss how we aim to help your child feel confident in their learning after the period of school closure last year.
PARENTS' FORUM WEDNESDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2019
The following workshops were held at our recent Parents' Forum:
Year 11 Core Subjects Revision and Preparation for Mocks and Exams - materials can be found under the ' Students > revision tab.'
This was 3 x 20-minute sessions in English, maths and science considering the important skills, knowledge, resources, plans and programmes for work at home in these subjects. The sessions included any additional support that these subjects can offer your child.
What makes a successful independent learner in the Sixth Form?
Being a successful Sixth Form student is an exciting and challenging stage in their education and requires a shift in their working practices. An integral part of post-16 study is learning to work independently; good planning and time-management skills are therefore essential. Students need to take time to read widely around the subjects they study, explore online for additional resources and practice key skills. Experience tells us that the students who achieve their potential are the ones who take the greatest responsibility for their own progress. This session explained why independent learning is so valuable and provided some strategies and activities that Sixth Formers can use to maximize their performance both in Years 12-13 and beyond at university or in employment. The session was aimed at parents/carers and how they can support their child/ren with these skills.
KS4 Curriculum Structure -
The link to the Year 9 Options Briefing presentation can be found below:
PARENTS' FORUM WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 2019
The following two workshops were held on:
Raising Attendance This presentation will look at the importance of good attendance with regards to all round success at school, the policies the school has to promote good attendance and the guidelines the school has to work within provided by Norfolk County Council. Show My Homework A 30 minute session to support the launching of Show My Homework. This is an online tool to help you keep track of your child’s homework. In this session we will provide more information on how to use the system and what information it can provide. We will also cover the main points of our updated homework policy to provide clarity on how this is being implemented. A presentation was shown during the evening and can be found below. Behaviour Policy is a 30 minute presentation on the amendments to the behaviour policy and how we are working on praise and rewards. A presentation was shown during the evening and can be found below. Mental Health Awareness A workshop on how we offer to support students’ wellbeing and how to identify signs that your child may have emerging mental health issues. The session will also offer advice on what parents/carers can do to support; including what agencies there are, that provide help.
PARENTS' FORUM 10 JULY 2019
The following two workshops were held on: - Show my Homework - an online tool to help you keep track of your child's homework. A presentation was shown during the evening and can be found below - Behaviour Policy - amendments to the behaviour policy and how we are working on praise and rewards. The presentation can be found below.