Year 9 MenACWY/School Leaver Vaccinations are taking place in school on Tuesday 24 April. Child Health consent forms must be handed to the Welfare Office on Monday, they will not be accepted on Tuesday. Students need to wear a short sleeve shirt or t-shirt/vest under their school shirt.
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Key Stage 3 (Year 7/8/9)
The Maths Department offers a variety of different interventions to students of all abilities to help them make progress. Morning groups allow a selection of students to meet once a week with our Maths Learning Support Assistant and Year 10 student mentors to focus on the areas of maths that have been flagged up in their assessments.
In addition we have purchased an annual subscription to the website HegartyMaths
Students are provided with their own personal log in and have access to a range of video tutorials, quizzes and teacher feedback. We have linked each of the assessment criteria in the students PLC’s to a specific resource on Hegarty Maths. Students can use this resource in or out of school time and it has been shown to help students make significant progress in their maths assessments.
Key Stage 4 (Year 10/11)
Whilst many students receive intervention through an academic mentor, there are a number of resources that are used to help students to make significant progress.
A process of diagnosis, therapy and testing encourages students to use their PLC’s to diagnose a specific topic that they feel that they can improve upon. We then assist students to find an appropriate therapy that will help them master this skill, before testing whether the therapy has had any impact.
Some of the key resources that allow us to do this are:
The Corbett Maths website combines video tutorials, text book exercises and single topic exam papers to help students master a topic. There are also a number of practice papers and markschemes available that students can print and complete independently.
PiXL Maths App
The PiXL Maths app is available on both iOS and the Android platforms. Students require a personal log on, which we provide to them in Year 11. It allows students to target a particular GCSE grade, and complete questions that meet their individual needs.