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27/02/17

Elsa and Jack getting getting some advice on their performance poetry from https://t.co/wVtpGr380h

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26/02/17

led a performances poetry workshop at the school on Friday https://t.co/WdtLF9bj1z

26/02/17

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26/02/17

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26/02/17

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21/02/17

Be creative: make a cartoon/collage/poster – something a bit creative can help to memorise thing.

20/02/17

Teach someone what you have just learned.

20/02/17

Year 9 Parents’ Evening will take place on Thursday 23rd February. Contact Miss Quigley (Head of Year 9) infohttps://t.co/syGqibdsAi

19/02/17

Question and answer: work with a study partner where possible

18/02/17

Revision apps: recommend are Gojimo and The PiXL maths. Ask teachers which are the best for the subject

17/02/17

Actors learn their lines by walking around and saying them out loud. Revision does not have to be sitting or silent.

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17/02/17

Product Design Yr 11 student came in during to finish off their speakers https://t.co/ac7ddi4OxZ

16/02/17

Mind maps: get a whole topic onto one side of A4 – helps with visual as well as verbal. .

15/02/17

Turn your topic into a story and tell it to your friends or family.

15/02/17

More hardworking students

Careers Information

Years 7-8

Students in Years 7-8 students are introduced to the world of work through a range of tutor time activities that inspire and excite students to build aspirations and ambitions for their adult lives.  There will opportunities for visits from outside speakers and students will be encouraged to see a connection between hard work and having a positive attitude to learning with their success in achieving their own goals.

Years 9

As a critical decision-making year, students are supported throughout to make well informed and guided choices about their studies through to GCSE.  A range of careers and subject talks help students to understand the subjects they will need to study to go on to the next steps in their own development and career aspirations.  We will make available a range of software tools to help students build-up their knowledge of a range of careers pathways they could take. The school will support students to understand the changing patterns of the labour market.  They will be able to find out about Post 16 study at college or another school and compare this with the wide range of apprenticeships and training programmes on offer locally.  Additional careers advice will be available for students who would like extra support.

Year 10 and Year 11

Students preparing for their exams also face challenging decisions about their next steps Post 16.  There are an ever growing number of qualifications and courses available and we will support students and their families to understand the choices that are available and to make appropriate decisions.  As well as careers fairs, visiting speakers, one to one careers advice and guidance, trips and activities, students will have a planned tutorial programme to support them throughout.

The school is committed to offering an exceptionally high quality careers programme to support all our students in achieving their aspirations.  We aim to support parents with a calendar of Parents and Families Information Evenings to ensure that everyone who is able to support our young people is involved and well informed.

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