Year 7 Parents Evening Powerpoint

Report
Welcome to
The Streetly School
 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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Heads of House Mr Cumming (Electra)
– Miss Lawlor – Y7 Electra
Mr Page (Maia)
- Mr Hall – Y7 Maia
Mr Chester (Atlas)
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Form tutors – Mr Webster, Mrs Deaville,
Miss Maguire, Mrs Howell, Mrs Bignell, Miss
Powell, Miss Deakin, Mrs Austin and Mr
Trugeon - Smith
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Who to contact – Form
tutor, house staff
How to contact – phone,
use of planner and Frog
Subject specific issues –
teacher, Head of
Department
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Y7 ELECTRA 4 – 6th October
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Y7 ATLAS 6 – 8TH October
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Y7 MAIA 11 – 13TH October
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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%
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No authorisation of holidays for any year
group
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SEN
House staff and
senior house staff
Gifted and talented
co-ordinator
Form tutor
Student
Ambassadors
trained as mentors
Respite support
centre
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MR WALKER – HEAD
OF ICT
MAKING SURE YOUR
CHILD IS SAFE
Merits – Sleuth Online
 Good news cards
 Verbal praise
 Assemblies
 Celebration of achievement
 KS3 Awards Evening
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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
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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
Four progress checks a
year.
 Reported home on a
single sheet;
Current Comment
Year
Subject Key
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stage
level to level
level
beat
to beat
English
5c
3a
3c
Well done. James has
made good progress and
should reach his target
by the end of the key
stage
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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.
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Sports clubs
Music
Art
Inter-tutor activities
Trips
Further up the school
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Student Ambassadors
Duke of Edinburgh
JSLA – Junior Sports Leader Award
Tutor reps
School council / student voice
Interview panels
Escorting visitors / reception duty
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Helping your child – asking questions about
what they have done at school
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Homework – check on Frog / planner
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Learning to Learn programme with form tutor
And this is what
our current
Year 7 think ……
PLEASE HAND IN YOUR
GREEN QUESTIONNAIRE
BEFORE YOU LEAVE
YOUR OPINIONS ARE VERY
IMPORTANT TO US

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