Pupils in Year 11 have returned to School with maturity and a clear determination to succeed. This is an important year as we work towards the GCSE examinations in the Summer of 2016. Our experienced team of tutors will work hard to support pupils and ensure they continue to make excellent progress. A range of opportunities have been organised to help pupils to make choices for their future in terms of careers and Further Education.
The Tutor Team
|Ms L Goodhead||Year Leader|
|Ms S Pass||Form Tutor 11SP|
|Mr J Skelton||Form Tutor 11SK|
|Mr M Harvey||Form Tutor 11MH|
|Mr D Tetley||Form Tutor 11DT|
|Mr J Baxter||Form Tutor 11JBA|
|Mr C Johnson||Form Tutor 11CJ|
|Mr P Grey||Assistant Tutor|
|Mrs V Kelly||Assistant Tutor|
Your childâ€™s Form Tutor should be your first point of contact for any help, concerns or information. Form Tutors can be contacted vie email, but please remember that all our Form Tutors teach during the school day so may not respond immediately. If you have a issue of a more urgent nature please contact main School Reception on 0115 9252698.
All pupils attend Tutor Time each morning with their Form Tutor, this is an important part of the school day as the registrar is taken and any notices and letters are given out.
In addition, each day will have a specific activities or focus designed to set our expectations for the day ahead.
|Monday||Planner Check /Â Uniform Check|
On a Thursday pupils should line up for assembly in the main School Quad where they will be registered by their Form Tutor. Assembly is led by the Year Leader, with presentations from the Senior Leadership Team, Faculty Leaders and outside visitors.
Tutor Time and Discovery Days
All pupils have one lesson a week with their tutor (Wednesday Period 3). In Year 11, Tutor Time and the 3 discovery days are used for :
The intervention programme is designed to highlight areas or subjects where pupils need to develop their skills, then place them in small groups where they will receive additional support from senior staff and Faculty Leaders. Pupils will be allocated to Intervention Groups based on current academic data and discussions with teaching staff.
Intervention Groups will primarily focus on English, Maths and Science. Other subjects will be added after the Mock Examinations.
Post 16 Careers Guidance
Our programme of specific Post 16 Information, advice and guidance (IAG) will continue in Year 11. All pupils will attend an individual careers interview to discuss their post 16 pathways and complete applications forms. Visits and taster sessions have been arranged for the Autumn Term to enable pupils to experience a range of both academic and vocational courses. Pupils will also have the opportunity to attend workshops delivered by outside providers on Apprenticeships and other training options.
Form Tutors will continue to support pupils and ensure that pupils are accessing the full range of support available, ensure that application forms have been completed and write references.
Pupils in Year 11 have the opportunity to become School Prefects. Nominations from staff are requested in the Autumn Term and a Panel of Senior Staff select pupils who they feel demonstrate the School ethos of Care, Share, Believe, Achieve.
Pupil Voice is very important at Chilwell School. It is an opportunity for pupils to give their views and opinions regarding school life. In recent years feedback from Pupil Voice has helped design our new school uniform, change the menu in the canteen and expand the offer in Activities Week.
Each Tutor Group in Year 11 will elect 2 representatives who will attend Year Council Meeting with the Year Leader, these pupils will be responsible for expressing the views of the pupils in their Tutor Group and giving feedback following the meeting.
Click on the link below for a copy of the School Calendar for Year 11 (good for sticking on the fridge), additional events may have been added since September so please also check the online calendar.
A Curriculum Overview for Year 11 can be downloaded by clicking on the link below. The document gives full details of the course content for each subject, assessment, homework and guidance on how you can further support your child.