Bishop David Brown School Welcome to our school Our vision is to be an outstanding school, providing a stimulating educational environment enabling students to achieve their full potential. Bishop David Brown School The role of Head of Year: To ensure that each student feels part of the BDB community and contributes to the School To develop a link between students, home and the school, enabling all to excel To ensure that each students attendance is at the expected level, liaising with the attendance officer and year team to do so To provide the best pastoral support possible
for each student, and to monitor that provision To ensure that each students needs are met to achieve their full potential and succeed Bishop David Brown School Our Expectations Students arrive on time and are fully prepared for the day ahead Students maintain a high standard of uniform throughout the year Students help shape the educational environment, providing an atmosphere where all can thrive. Bishop David Brown School Parents Evenings Parental engagement is a key part in the success
we achieve at BDB! Therefore we require parents/ guardians to attend all Parents Evenings, so that we can collaborate to monitor and ensure rapid and sustained progress of our students. Bishop David Brown School Flowchart of Communication Absence - S Ripley Tutors Pastoral issues such as equipment, uniform, unauthorised absence follow up, learning needs, social and emotional needs, behaviour, bullying and other issues First point of call tutor Pastoral issues persistent problems with equipment, uniform, unauthorised absence follow up, social and emotional needs, behaviour and major incidents affecting wellbeing
Second point of call HOY Bishop David Brown School Flowchart of Communication Subject teachers Subject issues such as progress, learning needs, homework, equipment and other issues First point of call Classroom Teacher Subject issues persistent problems with progress, learning needs, homework, equipment and other issues such as setting and timetables Second point of call Head of Department Bishop David Brown School BDB Learning Pack The Pack includes all of the equipment needed for September by your students. If this is something of interest to you and would be
considering to purchase all of the available equipment, we can arrange for a special price for all of the items at a low cost of 10.00 If you would like to go ahead and order this, please complete the order form in your induction evening packs and return to School Office at Bishop David Brown no later than the 15th July 2019. Bishop David Brown School Student Admission Form Student Admission Form please note that this form must be completed and returned to the school no later than Monday 15th July 2019. When returning the form, please enclose a copy of your childs passport or birth certificate. We will be happy to copy documents for you if you bring either document in to the school in person.
This information will be available on the School Website tomorrow. Bishop David Brown School Mr P Godfrey Assistant Head of School (Pastoral) Bishop David Brown School Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare Harmonious
Vibrant and aspirational Hard working Supportive Being here 97% attendance or better Bishop David Brown School Attendance Students will be required to attend Catch up Attendance for Progress (CAP) if they are identified by teachers as at risk of underachievement owing to periods of absence or multiple lates. Students will be expected to attend CAP sessions as directed by the Head of School. Extended school
days, school INSET days and holiday revision sessions will also be used. Bishop David Brown School CLICK Bishop David Brown School Sanctions and Rewards Bishop David Brown School Mr C Mitchell Assistant Head of School (Attainment) Bishop David Brown School
Assessment, Recording and Reporting Why do we assess? Assessments enable teachers to teach more effectively; they help us to understand what students know and what they dont yet know. What is the reporting system? Four reports per year; paper copy to students, electronic copies to parents via Parentmail. Reports show academic progress and attitudes towards learning (Growth Mindset). If a reporting window falls near a Parents Evening, please come in to collect the report by hand. Bishop David Brown School Assessment, Recording and Reporting How do we assess? Summatively formal tests, testing a large domain of
knowledge, skills and understanding. These assessments are completed in formal conditions. These are graded and compared to your childs targets to show progress. Assessment Point (Testing window) on the school calendar AP1 Start dateEnd date AP2 20/1/20 31/1/20 AP3 20/4/20 30/4/20 AP4 (End of Year Tests)
22/6/20 3/7/20 4/11/19 15/11/19 Bishop David Brown School Assessment, Recording and Reporting How do we assess? Formatively in class mini-tests, questions, quizzes and more extended pieces of writing and performance, typically every three weeks. These help teachers to understand student misconceptions and plan the best possible work for them. These are marked with comments and suggestions of how to improve, which students respond to.
Bishop David Brown School Assessment, Recording and Reporting How do you decide what target my child should have? We use the average KS2 scaled score of English reading and Maths to set a starting point. Each student is placed on one of eight pathways. This is reviewed annually. GCSE GRADE 4 PATHWAY Bishop David Brown School 5 54+ 4 43+
3 32+ 2 21+ 1 1B+ B B- 5 54+ 4 43+ 3 32+ 2 21+ 1 1B+ B
21+ 1 1B+ B B- 5 54+ 4 43+ 3 32+ 2 21+ 1 1B+ B BYear 9 Bishop David Brown School
Assessment, Recording and Reporting What is Growth Mindset? Reports will also show a Growth Mindset grade A E for your child, taking into account the following: their ability to demonstrate resilience, maintain a positive attitude, show enjoyment, interest and effort; their ability to work towards successful outcomes, reflect, write and improve work, show respect for themselves and others; and their ability to work independently in lessons and at home. Bishop David Brown School Assessment, Recording and Reporting
Summer Holiday Homework booklets these are not quick pieces of work. Take the appropriate time over them, support your child as best you can. Please submit all work done to your childs Form Tutor by the end of the first week back (Friday September 6th).
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