Possible "Branding"

Possible "Branding"

Year 7 and Year 8 Parent Information Evening Welcome Executive Headteacher Ms Felicity Wicks Chair of Governors Mrs Caroline Jesson & Ms Alison Barker Heads of School Mrs Maxine Johnston Y7 Year Manager

Mr Marc Bailey Y8 Year Manager Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Mrs Debbie McGloin This Evening The Curriculum Student Development and the 5Rs Homework Marking, Feedback and Reflection Assessment and Reporting

SEN Q&A Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Welcome NMS Big Picture Right First Time Evidence Informed Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible

Desire for Success The Curriculum Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Subjects Tutorials Extra Curricular Visits Day-to-day experience How You Can Help Encourage your child to take up extra curricular activity (in

and/or our of school) Look out for visit letters/forms in bags! Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Have a look at what your child is learning, and ask them about different aspects This Evening The Curriculum Student Development and the 5Rs Homework Marking, Feedback and Reflection Assessment and Reporting

SEN Q&A Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Welcome Student Development To maximise their achievement and wellbeing on this journey and to equip them to succeed and thrive long after they have left, we champion five core values (the 5Rs). These core values are at the heart of what we do, central and constant. New Mills students are

Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful and Responsible. Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible At our school, students transform from children into young adults. Responsible Respectful Reflective Resourceful Resilient Resilience Attendance 97.5

7 96.0 9 10 11 97.2 97.0

96.5 8 96.9 96.1 95.5 95.7 95.0 94.5 94.3

94.0 93.5 93.0 92.5 % Attendance Total Respectful Behaviour Y7 30 25 27

26 27 24 20 15 10 9 9 8

8 5 0 -5 -2 1 0 Respect

1 0 Behaviour Points Total 0 Respect Overall 0 5Rs Year 7 Respect

Responsible Reflection 7VVv 7WWw 7XXx 7YYy Resourceful Resilience 7ZZz

Tutorial Time 8:55 9:10 5Rs Tutorial Centrally planned projects Defined outcomes Student led and teacher led Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible 8:45 8:55 5Rs Health Check Uniform check on arrival, equipment out on desk, register, focus for the day (tutor to decide)

Y7 Tutorials & PD Lessons Tutorials An Introduction to the 5Rs Learning Together CEG Intro and Flightpaths [ Metacognition and Study Skills 1 Academic Resilience 1 The World Beyond New Mills: Fundraising [CJE] Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible PD Lessons Relationships

Answering Ultimate Questions: Christianity Belief in God PSHE 1 Physical Wellbeing RSE 1: Relationships Y8 Tutorials & PD Lessons Tutorials Academic Resilience 2 Enterprise Project Financial Literacy 1 Equality and Diversity 2: Age, Disability, gender Online Safety

[CJE] Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible PD Lessons Islam Hinduism Citizenship: Rights, Responsibilities, Democracy Equality and Diversity 1: Race & Religion PSHE 2: Drugs RSE 2: Sexual Relationships

Extra Curricular Netball Orchestra Duke of Edinburgh Awards Recorder Ensemble Arts Award Enterprise Challenge Rock Band

Astronomy Club/GCSE Fitness Rounders Athletics Flute Club Rugby Badminton

Food Club Science Club Big Band Football Social Table Tennis Book Club French Club

Spanish Club Brass Club Gardening Club Street Dance Carnegie Golf String Club

Choir Guitar Club Student Journalism Computer Clubs John Muir Award Trampolining Cricket

Maths Clubs Wind Band Drama Production Musical Roots Young Chamber Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Art Club

Extra Curricular Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible How You Can Help Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Read the 5Rs page of your childs planner Use these 5 words when talking with your child about school and about everyday matters Encourage your child to engage with the news on a daily basis Look at the leadership ladder criteria, and support your child to complete criteria

Encourage your child to be their own advocate and use the student council. Try new things / go to new places together This Evening The Curriculum Student Development and the 5Rs Homework Marking, Feedback and Reflection Assessment and Reporting SEN Q&A Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible

Welcome Classwork and Homework Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Homework Guidelines Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Effective in enhancing impact of work done in class. No rigid homework rota; Teachers will issue responsive to need. Homework can take many forms.

Parental engagement and encouragement is key. Electronic and paper reminders. Don't let them give up (notes, friends, internet). Non-compliance: Best endeavours followed by escalation. Catch-up and copy-up. How You Can Help Log into Class Charts yourself Ask to see your childs planner Encourage your child to proof work and self correct errors Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible

Encourage your child to check This Evening The Curriculum Student Development and the 5Rs Homework Marking, Feedback and Reflection Assessment and Reporting SEN Q&A Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Welcome

Formative Feedback and Reflection Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible At New Mills School teachers feedback is green and student responses are in purple; We give time in lessons for students to respond to feedback. We link this to our core value REFLECTION. Feedback should look forward not back. Teachers will use T A and Q to direct to next steps. Non-negotiable literacy errors are marked with a series of codes: C. P. S. / ~~~~~ Written Feedback should result in more work for students

than it does for teachers Written Feedback should result in more work for students than it does for teachers Lean and Authentic Feedback Feedback should make students think and require that they take action. Hints and clues rather direction and correction. Different subjects will give feedback in different ways. Respond differently to misapprehensions rather than mistakes. Correcting mistakes has no more impact than identifying them. Achieve a quicker feedback loop. Be selective. Be clear with the students where feedback will be provided and emphasised those success criteria.

Some teachers might write less praise which makes the important formative feedback take centre stage. Beware Satnav feedback Teachers will be expecting more from students. We might Insist on proofreading BEFORE work is handed in. Visible annotation and correction FROM STUDENTS should be encouraged. Return work unmarked if it is careless. Ask students to highlight the area where they would most welcome feedback. Avoid writing repetitive comments on each book a numbered list of common TAQs that emerge as teacher reviews the work. Display a slide during REFLECTION time. Students then transpose and respond.

Type up a feedback slip with common misapprehensions listed and ticked where relevant. Make the students write their own targets or actions in DIRT time based on what where they went wrong. Divide class into groups and provide a different DIRT task for each group: Extend, Consolidate and Reteach tasks. Before you hand work in students should have underlined the title and the date; used paragraphs to change

setting, time or introduce a new idea/speaker; used CAPITAL letters at the start of each sentence and for proper nouns. (titles, names of places, buildings, people, months etc); used punctuation, including commas and full stops, to make sure they are writing and sentences; checked their spelling; read it aloud to themselves or someone else to check it makes sense.

How You Can Help Help your child proof read for the non-negotiables before they can say a piece of work is finished. Check their proof-reading and reward them when they have made a significant, independent improvement to their work. Look at your childs books and compare the amount of green and purple congratulate if the right proportions, discuss if not Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Encourage proof reading and self correction

This Evening The Curriculum Student Development and the 5Rs Homework Marking, Feedback and Reflection Assessment and Reporting SEN Q&A Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Welcome Assessment

Given the information we currently have (homework, classwork, assessments), if you continue like this and do some good revision, we forecast you will achieve Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible 3 times per year Weeks leading up to reports and parents evening Closely tied to the relevant GCSE objectives Assessment designed to examine these objectives in an ageappropriate way Grading System 9-1

A*-G C grade = good pass Coursework, exams Modules, retakes Grade 5 = Strong pass Grade 4 = Standard pass More exams increased rigour Linear Reporting Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible

How You Can Help Ask for them! Access them through the SIMS Parent app Discuss them with your child Celebrate! Action plan Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Be aware of when reports are due home for your child This Evening The Curriculum

Student Development and the 5Rs Homework Marking, Feedback and Reflection Assessment and Reporting SEN Q&A Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Welcome Wouldnt it be easy if Neurodiversity

Neurodiversity: No typical brain (Armstrong, 2012) All children have strengths and needs Graduated response. Provision: Wave 1 adjustments Wave 2 adjustments Wave 3 adjustments Plan, Do, Review cycle How You Can Help What can we do in school? What can we do at home?

What can your child do? SEND Cafe Respectful, Reflective, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible Constant dialogue : partnership This Evening The Curriculum Student Development and the 5Rs Homework Marking, Feedback and Reflection Assessment and Reporting

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