Exam boards have now informed us that Year 11 Grades will be issued by them using past exam results in that subject (if any) and coursework submitted before 6th March 2020, as well as teacher predicted grades (using assessments, predicted coursework marks, projected exam performance etc). Predicted grades will be confidential as we do not know how the exam boards will convert these to final grades. If there is any work that could still be completed at home that would help your son/daughter’s teacher in compiling a portfolio of evidence to support any predicted grade the teacher will make contact via email or text.
Please click on the link below to view the presentations from the English/Maths Departments at the Year 11 pupil/parent meeting on 9/1/20
BBC Bitesize: most KS4 subjects have WJEC specific resources that can be used for revision. Please encourage pupils to use the resources (click on link below).
Head of Year
Mr S Miller
Deputy Head of Year
Mr A Nicklin
Year 11 is the most important school year of your child’s education so far. In their final year of compulsory education, your child can expect to be sitting GCSE examinations and completing controlled assessments throughout the year. It is crucial that students in Year 11 begin the year with an excellent work ethic and continue to work hard with their teachers and other staff in school, in order to achieve and even to exceed their target grades.
Lesson 6 is a compulsory lesson for all of year 11, between 3 and 4 pm. Attendance will be monitored and will form part of the criteria to allow pupils to attend the Prom at the end of Year 11. General attendance at school will have a direct impact on your child’s ability to make progress and be successful. High attendance and a commitment to learning are the key to success this year.