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Thanks for Joining Us 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Setting Show my Homework Targets and making progress Success in English

Success in mathematics Chromebooks and staying safe online t s e t a l e h s

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C @ Setting Alex Jordinson Deputy Headteacher Show my Homework Alex Jordinson Deputy Headteacher Before a student can access

Show My Homework they need to have logged into their school email Show my Homework Using Chrome access the Carr Hill Website and at the bottom under Useful Links click Show my Homework Click here Log in Click here

Click here - Use the Red Office 365 button to log in DO NOT USE THIS SECTION TO LOGIN USE THE ABOVE RED OFFICE 365 BUTTON Log in with their full school email address and

password They now have access to their account on Show My Homework Targets and monitoring progress Liz Hilton-Peet Assistant Headteacher Why and how are GCSEs changing? GCSEs and A levels in England are being reformed, to match the best systems in the world and keep pace with universities and employers demands.

GCSE content will be more challenging but still suitable for all abilities GCSEs will be graded on a new scale of 9 to 1 rather than A* to G as now, with 9 the highest grade, to distinguish clearly between the reformed and unreformed qualifications Increased rigour of GCSEs to ensure that reformed qualifications meet the needs of users now and in the future and are of comparable demand to the best in the world. GCSEs that your children take will all be graded under the new system Reformed GCSEs Above Average School - blank KS2 KS2 Fine

Level KS2 Level (Reading & Maths) 6/5 >= 5.8 5 5.4 - 5.7 5/4 4.9 - 5.3 4 4.5 - 4.8

4/3 4.0 - 4.4 3 3.3 - 3.9 3/2 2.0 - 3.2 1 <= 1.5 1 <= 1.5 1 <= 1.5

KS3 Year 7 Target Year 8 Target KS4 Year 9 Target

Year 10 Target GCSE Target Year 11 Target 8 8 7 6 5

4 3 2 1 1 New GCSE Target Grade 8 8

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 Old GCSE Target Grade

A*/A*+ A+/A*A-/A B/B+ B-/C+ C-/C D E F G Keeping track of progress Flight paths

Allows tracking of progress against targets Find them in student handbooks Reports

1-9 grade and A-C confidence level reported in all subjects Confidence level A very confident of grade Confidence level B confident of grade Confidence level C not as confident of grade Available on Moodle. Paper copies can be requested from the data manager October, December, April and July A subject in the red is a cause for concern English Adele McDonough Head of faculty

English There are actually two qualifications: GCSE English Language (AQA) GCSE English Literature (AQA) ALL pupils at Carr Hill will follow a joint programme of study in Y10/Y11 and the vast majority will be entered for both qualifications at the end of two years. They are exam only no coursework or controlled assessments. This reliance on exam performance combined with a higher level of challenge across both specifications means that we must prepare all Y9 pupils for the demands of the course. GCSE English Language GCSE English Language

GCSE English Literature. GCSE English Literature Paper 1 1 hour 45 minutes. GCSE English Literature Paper 2 2 hour 15 minutes. 40 % of Literature GCSE. Two sections.

60% of total Literature marks. Section A Shakespeare Includes one extract question and one whole text question. 3 sections: modern prose or drama, poetry and unseen texts. Section B The 19th century novel

Assesses comparison. Preparing Y9 for the challenges ahead Y9 schemes of work have been re written to follow the same pattern as Y10 schemes. This combines literature and language teaching so that pupils see all skills as transferrable. We are studying texts such as, Of Mice and Men in Y9. Until this year, these were Y10/11 exam texts so we are raising the bar with regards to challenge. In addition, pupils will study a range of associated non-fiction materials to embed understand of the social, historical and cultural influences. This will enable further preparation for GCSE English Language Paper 2 assessment

objectives. Assessments will be carried out in the same conditions as Y10 assessments. For example, as we are working towards closed book examinations, pupils will have to learn quotes and not be able to use a plan. They will of course, be guided step by step so that they can accomplish this. Y9 will become very familiar with the exam assessment criteria for both language and literature. By the time they get to Y10, they will have a good understanding of different assessment objectives and what skills and techniques are required. Pupils will be expected to identify assessment objectives and foci just by reading the wording of the question Pupils will be encouraged to work far more independently- both in class and for

homework. There is an additional spoken language component that will be listed on students certificates. To prepare for this, a range of spoken language activities will be threaded through English lessons in Y9. Mathematics James Myers (acting) Head of faculty What we expect from the students?

Bring all the necessary equipment. Excellent attendance and punctuality. Excellent behaviour. Greater independence and responsibility. Reminders Your Maths book should be backed.

On your desks should be: Your pens: Blue/Black, Red and Purple. Maths Book (backed). Planner. Calculator. Geometry Equipment: Ruler, Compass and Protractor. At the start of each lesson: Rule off from the previous lesson. Always write cwk and the date and underline both. What will they be learning?

What will this year look like? What is mastery time? What is Mathswatch? What is Kerboodle? What support is available?

Their classroom teacher (at the appropriate time). Tuesday and Thursday lunchtime room 4. The Maths office. Their mentor. Web based resources. Useful Web Based Resources Available

Mymaths (login: carr password: isosceles) Mathswatch (school id: carrhill Login: asmith password: numbers) Just Maths (User name: CarrStudent Password: Carr) Kerboodle (Demonstrated in lesson)

The internet Revision Guides Revision Guides Revision Guides Revision Guides Revision Guides

Revision Guides Revision Guides - 3.00 Workbook and Answers - 4.00 Exam Practice Workbook - 3.00 Targeted Grade 9 Exam Practice Workbook - 3.00

Maths Buster and Mock Exam Papers - 8.00 Maths Tutor and Exam Practice Book - 6.50 All available to buy from the Maths office. Cromebooks and staying safe online Joanne Darkin Assistant Headteacher It is important for us to embrace the use of technology to maintain an

innovative approach to teaching and learning which fully prepares students for further education and employment in a technological world What weve done to prepare

Extensive research on technology to support learning 2014 device trials Chromebook Pilot in 2014 with Y8 and within Logic Cluster Student, Staff and Parent/Carer surveys and consultation groups Considered projects in other schools Reviewed last years scheme. Added more information to the school website to support both parents and students. Provide students with support in school. Researched and now offering an updated and more robust model.

Tested the current model with individual students. What is a Chromebook? Laptop-style device Google operating system

Secure, safe & simple to use Long life-span Light in weight Robust Our Chromebook Trial Duration: Lasted for four months

38 students and their teachers in Y8 Students across all year groups in our logic cluster Ongoing research and analysis Our Chromebook Trial Average Student Progress in all trial subjects Chromebook trial class -0.2

0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1

1.2 1.4 100% of parents/carers told us: My child had benefitted from the use of a chromebook

My child had made good use the device in school My experience in the scheme had been positive The school should use IT technology to support learning The school should develop a project which will allow students to use a personal chromebook (or similar) device in school The Chromebook project has been a great success and a considerable help to my child It has been an extremely useful tool during the first year" Our Scheme All Y7 and Y9 students involved

Small initial deposit Project designed to guarantee small monthly contributions (or one-off payment) Financial assistance for students supported by the Pupil Premium Launch January 2017 Device ultimately belongs to family Protected by full warrantee and insurance Prefer to bring you own device? Our scheme is flexible to support a range of devices with an integrated keyboard

Equal access to school resources for every student What happens next? Set-up regular online payment Enrol in scheme Make deposit

payment online Launch Meetings October 2016 Launch Devices issued

Planning Ahead Dates Sept 2016 Sept 2016 Whats happening Please return Enrolment form to school Please make your deposit payment online Well then send you some information about setting up your regular payments/one-off payment October 2016

November 2016 Devices issued to students Devices used across the school in Yr7-yr10 Staying Safe Online Welcome! A key skill for life Wide and

flexible range of information Accessed anywhere anytime Easy to communicate with friends and family Motivational

and fun Raise standards Why do we and our young people use ICT? Aims of this session Look at how children are using the Internet Raise awareness of eSafety issues Offer guidance on keeping your child safe

Why is it important? 62% of children use a tablet at home. Among these children aged 5 15, 34% now have their own device. Girls use devices for social activities 11% of children aged 3-4 now have their own device which means they

are much more technologically advanced when they arrive at school. In a typical weeks girls aged 12 15 send on average 163 texts versus 113 from boys. How we use these technologies Young Parentspeople / Carers

Music e-mail

Games Shopping Chat Booking holidays Instant Messaging IM Research Blogs Social Networking Are you one of the 28% of parents who use the internet and describe yourself as a beginner?

7% of children describe themselves as beginners Some of the technologies Mobile phones Instant messaging Social networking BLOGS What next ???

E-mail Gaming sites Music Download sites Podcasting Chat Rooms Video

broadcasting Text What are the dangers for our children? 26% of parents cant check website history 65% of young people can clear internet history 65% of parents can deny access to specific websites 46% of children can get round parental blocks 33% of children have met a friend online

8% have had a face-to-face meeting with an online friend 89% told someone they were doing so UK Children Go Online, 2005, 9-19 year olds Usage and experiences are not reported to parents/teachers as they interfere with access Practic al Advice for Parent

s/Carer s and Studen ts Home and Family Guidelines Practical principles Talk with, NOT at your children. Agree family guidelines and rules. Discuss regularly online safety. Infrastructure Virus and firewall software up to-date, Browser safe search enabled.

Education Learn together about new technologies and enjoy! Reflect together about new technologies, the benefits, dangers and potential. Systems Keep webcams in family rooms Monitor time spent on the internet View the History or purchase filtering software. Have proportionate responses to problems. Your child will not tell you about a problem if they

feel their access to the technologies will be restricted. Conversation Starters . . . . Ask your children to tell you about the sites they like to visit and what they enjoy doing online. Ask them about how they stay safe online. What tips do they have for you, and where did they learn them? What is OK and not OK to share? Ask them if they know where to go for help, where to find the safety advice, privacy settings and how to report or block on the services they use. Encourage them to help. Perhaps they can show you how to do something better online or they might have a friend who would benefit from their help and support. Think about how you use the internet as a family. What could you do to get more out of the internet together and further enjoy your lives online?

eSafety useful links Internet slang: are you down with it? PAW GNOC LOL



slang: are you down with it?

LOL Laugh out loud 133+ - Elite BRB be right back NOOB new person in the room/game

TTYL talk to you later LMFR lets meet for real GNOC get naked on camera ASL age sex location FOAF friend of a friend POS parent over shoulder GF Girlfriend PAW Parents are watching BCNUL8R Be Seeing You Later NP Nosy Parents

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