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  1. Open Evening October 2013Welcome!

  2. Who are SASH? Paul McAteer, Slough & Eton CE School

  3. Slough Association of Secondary Heads (SASH)

  4. Baylis Court Beechwood Herschel Grammar Langley Grammar Slough and Eton St Joseph's Catholic Wexham St Bernard's Catholic Grammar The Langley Academy The Westgate School Upton Court Grammar Arbour Vale School Haybrook College 13 Secondary Schools

  5. Non selective and selective Special and Haybrook

  6. Shared values / COLLABORATION

  7. Top ten in country for KS4 Results 1 Local Authorities Slough Local Authorities 154

  8. Why have SASH set up a new school?

  9. We want the best for young people in Slough

  10. ‘Tsunami’ of places

  11. Free schools • Support and guidance • Unique

  12. Vision and ethos Mercedes Hernandez Estrada Upton Court Grammar School

  13. Inspirational 21St century learning • Leaders of tomorrow • creative, innovative and decision makers • Active in the community • good communicators, involved and proactive,

  14. Core Values School is… stimulating and inspiring Staff are… inspirational and multi-skilled Learners are … motivated and engaged Curriculum is … challenging and diverse Qualifications are … future proof and fit for purpose Learning environment is … flexible and adaptable Education is … inclusive and adaptable

  15. Our pledge The SASH school is committed to contribute to the success of future generations in order to support and share in the future successes of Slough.

  16. The Curriculum Joanne Rockall Herschel Grammar School

  17. Rationale • Access higher order jobs • Local economy • Skills for future • Active citizenship • Future leaders

  18. Personalised Learning • Focus on literacy and numeracy • Competence based approach • Thinking skills • Creative and innovative extended learning

  19. Personalised Learning • Highly differentiated • Building on strengths and talents • Nurturing high self esteem • Specialist evidence-based teaching programmes

  20. Learning Together • Vertical tutoring/enrichment • High quality qualifications • Work based opportunities • Collaborative Sixth Form • High quality continuing professional development

  21. Pastoral welfare at the SASH School Rhodri Bryant Langley Academy

  22. Strengths • Collaboration/understanding from SASH • Significant strengths with behaviour and safety systems (Ofsted reports) • Underpins our vision – personalised, leadership, confidence, thinking curriculum, inclusive, every individual does matter

  23. Structure • 6 Teaching and Learning communities TLC (Like a House system) • Vertical Tutoring, 10 tutor groups in each TLC • Registration/Assembly 8.30 – 8.50am, 3.10 – 3.20pm

  24. Structure • Staff – experts in every area of need • Outstanding External agency support • Early identification – initial assessment of attainment and ability, CATs, Reading tests • Pupil Led Learning – Individual Learning Plan • Targeted support/intervention eg literacy, numeracy, SEND • Parent sessions for early review • Weekly monitoring of student progress • Inclusion – UNICEF, Rights and Respecting School Award – rights of the child • Bullying • Attendance/punctuality

  25. Working with the local community John Constable Langley Grammar School

  26. Rooted in the local community • Close links with local primary schools to support continuity from Yr 6 to Yr 7. • Engagement with local community organisations. • Knowledge of the local area.

  27. Business community focus • Promotion of enterprise and creativity at the heart of the school • Engagement with local business community • Links to Higher Education • Access to jobs with major employers based in the area

  28. Active Citizens – future leaders • Self-confident and responsible pupils • Focused charitable fundraising and support, Community service schemes, • Academic mentoring • Sports leadership opportunities • Community leadership

  29. Supporting a local learning community • Hub for family and community learning • Integrated adult education • Virtual college • Dual-use facilities • Out-of-hours classes for parents and community

  30. Examples of Temporary Accommodation