Welcome to Campbell College
Monday 22nd September 2014
What is the aim of this evening ?
- To consider, with your parents, the year
ahead.
- To discuss and set clear targets
GCSE results 2014
 11% A* Grades
(9% in 2013, 7% in 2012, 6% in 2011)
 31% A*/A Grades
(32% last year, 26% in 2012, 21% in 2011)
 87% A* - C Grades
(86% last year, 81% in 2012, 78% in 2011)
GCSE results 2014
 12 A*/A grades
Alex Nagar
 11 A*/A grades
Malcolm Corry, Charlie Edgar, Josh Haslett and Ben Taylor
(all with 9 A* Grades)
John Crowther, Scott Dennis, David Isaac and
Nicholas McMinn
 In total, 25 boys achieved 7 A*/A grades or better
Raising the bar
Over 130 Year 12 boys achieved
the increased tariff for Sixth Form
Know your targets
Using data
1. Reading a graph for information
Data
Information
Action
What do you do about it?
Year 11 results
Average % in Y11 exams (2012)
Average % in Y11 exams (2012)
GCSE points 2013 (A*/A =3, B=2, C=1)
GCSE points 2013 (A*/A =3, B=2, C=1)
23 pts
5 pts
Average % in Y11 exams (2012)
GCSE points 2013 (A*/A =3, B=2, C=1)
Waste time William
Y11 result – 59%
Y12 – 5 pts
Average % in Y11 exams (2012)
GCSE points 2013 (A*/A =3, B=2, C=1)
Average Joe
Y11 result – 58%
Y12 – 15pts
(5B’s and 5 C’s)
Average % in Y11 exams (2012)
GCSE points 2013 (A*/A =3, B=2, C=1)
Academic Albert
Y11 result – 61%
Y12 – 25 pts
(3 A*s, 4 A’s, 2 B’s)
Average % in Y11 exams (2012)
Learning from the past
Learn from your mistakes…
Original
Grade
Tom Smyth
John Smyth
Ian Smyth
Alan Smyth
Tom Smyth
John Smyth
Ian Smyth
Alan Smyth
Tom Smyth
John Smyth
Tom Smyth
Ian Smyth
205
D
191
D
343
A*
253
B
199
D
224
C
241
C
242
C
258
B
313
A
255
C
335
A
Plus
1 mark
per unit
Plus
2 marks
per unit
Plus
3 marks
per unit
Plus
4 marks
per unit
Plus
5 marks
per unit
C
D
A*
B
D
C
C
C
B
A
B
A*
C
D
A*
B
D
C
C
C
B
A
B
A*
C
D
A*
B
C
C
C
B
B
A
B
A*
C
D
A*
B
C
C
B
B
B
A
B
A*
C
C
A*
B
C
C
B
B
B
A
B
A*
“Incremental improvement”
Get credit in the bank…
The significance of
Controlled Assessment
Student A - Double Award Science (Summer 2014)
Exams (75%)
Biology 1 47 b
Biology 2 58 c
Chemistry 1 42 c
Chemistry 2 57 c
Controlled Assessment (25%)
Overall grades
BB
135 a*
Physics 1 45 c
Physics 2 58 c
Get credit in the bank…
Student B - Physical Education (Summer 2014)
Exam (40%)
Knowledge & Understanding for the Active Participant
Controlled Assessment (60%)
The Active Participant
Overall grade
A
176 a*
75
c
Tonight
You have the opportunity to
discuss each subject grade
with your son and come to
agreement with them.
The target grade will be
recorded in school and
progress monitored.
“If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time”
Year 12
Making your points prediction…
A*/A = 3 pts
B
= 2 pts
C
= 1 pt
14 points
(4 B’s, 6C’s)
22 Points
(4 A’s, 4 B’s, 2 C’s)
30 Points
(10 A’s)
Be SMART about your targets

Specific

Measurable

Agreed

Realistic

Time-bound
Be SMART about your targets
Examples
“Finish draft of ICT Controlled Assessment on time so that final
draft can get an A grade”
“Revise all of the Unit 1 Chemistry before Christmas.”
“Complete two T3 Maths past papers before the Mock Exams”
“Set aside 2 hours each week to revise History”
…
Influencing your own destiny
Knowledge
Skills
Perseverance
Influencing your own destiny
Knowledge
Skills
Perseverance
Mostly school
Mostly you
Helping yourself
Knowledge
•Course content
Skills
Note taking
Note
Perseverance
making
•Assessment
Give up
•Coursework
Lose your temper
Memory
skills
Summarizing
Blame someone else
Good practice encourages active learning.
Learning is not a spectator sport.
You learn as you
• talk about what you are learning
• write about it. and
• participate in class
Year 12
The Year Ahead
5 weeks
Half Term
7 weeks
Christmas
0 weeks
Mocks
3 weeks
Parents’ Evening
5 weeks
Easter
4 weeks
GCSE Exams
24 weeks
120 days
Year 12
The Year Ahead
5 weeks
Half Term
7 weeks
Christmas
0 weeks
Mocks
3 weeks
Parents’ Evening
5 weeks
Easter
4 weeks
GCSE Exams
24 weeks
120 days
Summer 2015
Remove the risk.
A final 4-letter word!
A final 4-letter word!
WORK
If you have any queries
please do not hesitate to
talk to any member of
staff.
Thank you for coming.
After target-setting in your
tutor groups, please join us
for refreshments in the
Dining Hall.
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Presentation to Parents