Y13 A Level Economics

Y13 A Level Economics

Winchmore Sixth Form Y11-12 Information Evening, 18 November 2015 Y11-12 Transition Evening By the end of the evening you will: Have an overview of life as a Sixth Form student at Winchmore School Have an appreciation of the Sixth Form provision at Winchmore School and obtained information on the programmes offered Be aware of the Y11-12 Transition Programme provided at Winchmore

Why the Winchmore Sixth Form? Range of challenging courses that prepare you for HE and training/employment Good/outstanding teaching Good/outstanding results Excellent support Sixth Form Centre, excellent facilities (Art, PA, science) Opportunities to broaden your experience e.g. D of E Award, Extension Programme activities, work experience placement Progression to Oxbridge, Russell Group Universities

You know: The teachers The culture The expectations Why the Winchmore Sixth Form? Exam Success High Performing AS Level Students:

Som Agbasi A, A, B, B Yasmin Ahmed A, A, B, B Selen Ahmed A, A, B Laila Bhatti A, A, B Raheena Bhojoo A, A, A Serena Bhojoo A, A, A, A Kate Brown A, A, B Rashawn Grant A, A, B, B Pavlos Miltiadou A, A, B Kiran Mistry A, A, A, A Harun Pembroke A, A, A, B Edmiri Zogaj A, A, B Exam Success High Performing A Level students in 2015: Aneeka Davis A, B, B

Abel Demoz A, A, B, B Rahul Islam A*, A, A Esen Kupeli A, A, B Andre Lokenath A, A, B Holly Marquez A, A, A, B Mustafa Mohamed A, A, A Puyu Shi A*, A*, A Jevina Veeramundar A, A, B, B Denizcan Yuksek A*, A, A 2015 Cohort Higher Education Destinations

Mason Ayling - English & Film Studies, Queen Mary University Aneeka Davis Pharmacology, University College London Rahul Islam Medicine, Nottingham University Jenny Kakonge Medicine, Southampton University Irfan Kaya Mechanical Engineering, Southampton University Esen Kupeli Medicine, Cardiff University Andre Lockneath Biological Science, University College London Mustafa Mohamed Chemical Engineering, Birmingham University Benny Ntim-Addae Film Studies, Queen Mary University Nav Sahib Diagnostic Radiography, Exeter University Jade Shi Mechanical Engineering, Manchester University Sarah Spanks-Villar Psychology, Brunel University Jevina Veeramunder Biomedical Science, Bath University Kenya Stirling Arts & Festival Management, De Montfort University Partnership and Success

KS4 KS5 Our Expectations Commitment to learning and success Excellent punctuality and attendance Independent study effective use of Private Study time and work at home during term time and the holidays Leaders of learning setting an example to other students around the school

Contribution to the school and wider community All Y12 students will participate in the Extension Programme All students will have attained at least a C grade in GCSE English and Maths by the end of Y12. (If they have not attained at least a C grade in GCSE English and Maths in Y11 they will be required to study for these subjects again in Y12). In addition, GCSE Science will be available Students may be required to attend timetabled Study Support lessons in Y12 Our Offer - Entry Criteria Sixth Form Offer will be dependent on two separate entry

criteria: Attainment 8 Score based on GCSE grades in English, Maths, Science (including Computer Science and for 2016, BTEC Science), MFL, Humanities subject (s) + other subjects Subject specific entry criteria e.g. A Level Economics requires a GCSE B grade in English and Maths Students will be made an offer based on predicted grades taken from January Progress Checks Our Offer Pathways Pathway Foundation General Level 1/2/3

3 Entry Requirement (Attainment 8 GCSE pts) Y12 L1/2 vocational programme + GCSE 12 (including 2 E Gateway 1 English/Maths/Science re-sits grades at GCSE) Gateway 2 Y12 L2/3 vocational programme + GCSE 20 (including 4 E English/Maths/Science re-sits grades at GCSE) Y12 L2/3 vocational programme + 30-34

Gateway 3 GCSE English/Maths/Science re-sits + possibility of 1 A Level Y13-14 2 A Levels 4 A Levels = 48 3/4 A Levels 3 A Levels = 40 or 2 A Levels + 1 Voc. = 1/2 A Levels + 1 vocational 36 Core Aims of Study Programme programme Vocational 3 2+ L3 vocational programmes

or 2 L3 vocational programmes + 1 A Level 34 Note: AS and A Level cotaught To progress from AS to A Level, a D or above AS grade in that subject required Most

students enrolled onto a L3 programme will be expected to complete the EPQ Student 1 Georgia achieved the following at KS4: A in GCSE English Language, B in English Literature, A in GCSE Maths, AA in GCSE Science, A in GCSE Business Studies, B in GCSE French and a B in History. She has therefore attained the following points: Attainment 8 = 7 + 6 + 7X2 + 7X2 + 7 + 6 + 6 = 60 Offer: General Pathway - 4 A Levels Outcome: A Levels in English Literature, Economics, Chemistry and Biology Student 2 Ahmed achieved the following at KS4:

B in GCSE English Language , C in English Literature, C in GCSE Maths, Pass in BTEC Level 2 Science, E in GCSE French, E in GCSE Geography, G in GCSE Food Technology and a B in Drama. He has therefore attained the following points: Total = 6 + 5 + 5X2 + 5X2 + 3 + 3 + 1 + 6 = 44 Offer: General Pathway - 3 A Levels or 1/2 L3 vocational programmes + 1 A Level Outcome: A Level in English Language, BTEC L3 Performing Arts Student 3 Shilpa achieved the following at KS4: D in GCSE English Language, E in English Literature , E in GCSE Maths, a F in GCSE Business Studies, a F in GCSE RE and a E in GCSE Art. She has therefore attained the following points: Attainment 8 = 4 + 3 + 3X2 + 2 + 2 + 3 = 20 Offer: Foundation Pathway - Level 2 Vocational Programme Outcome: OCR National (Level 2) in Media, GCSE English Language and GCSE Maths Enrichment

The Year 12 Enrichment Programme - designed to support our students at this very important stage in their lives: Successful 6th Form Transition Employ Me! Staying Safe and Secure Happy, Healthy Relationships Independent Living Specifically tailored PSHCEE lessons Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) Study Skills Programme Work Experience Placement (July 2017) Year 11 Mock Exams

30th November 11th December. Students will be on study leave during this period. Students late to an exam will be refused entry and study leave privilege may be removed. Marks will be used to determine tiers of entry and predicted grades for applications to the Sixth Form. GCSE Science students will all be given the opportunity to sit the Higher paper. Receive results in an awards assembly in January. Parents - How to support your child

After school support sessions have been set up and updated timetables can be found on the school website (KS4 section) Is your email address on our system so we can send you regular updates and resources? Are students carrying out Independent study at home? Next Steps Visit subject areas around school and talk to teachers and students Read the Sixth Form Prospectus + Subject Leaflets Complete the Indication Form (by 11 December 2015) Prepare thoroughly for the Entrance Examinations (November December 2015) Use the results from the Entrance Examinations to inform your decisions

Complete the Sixth Form Application Form (by 12 February 2016) Interviews (February March 2016) Study Programme Offer made (July 2016)

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