Reporting and Assessment -

Reporting and Assessment -

Shenfield High School Sixth Form What are your options after Year 11? Sixth Form Apprenticeship

College Sixth Form Myths A place is guaranteed at Shenfield for you You will be able to choose any subject to study

A Levels are like GCSEs/ BTEC subjects are easy Do not need a plan B! Year 11 An important year! Opportunities available

Various course pathways A Level BTEC Dont shut the door on possible opportunities Progress and behaviour in Year 11 will impact application

What can Shenfield High School Sixth Form offer you? A Levels BTEC courses Football/ Cricket Academy How important are GCSEs? We calculate your points score by calculating your top 8 GCSEs (or equivalent). But this must include English Language and Mathematics Each grade is given a value A* A

8 7 B C D E F

G 6 5 4 3 2

1 By calculating this you will see what pathway is available to you A students view What did I do this time last year? College or Sixth Form? Open evenings Wide range of courses Back up plan Regrets What do you do now?

Attend the Open Evenings to help you understand what is available Talk your thoughts through with family and friends Speak with your teachers Come and speak with a member of the KS4/ KS5 team Important dates: 14th November Sixth Form Open Evening Application deadline 19th December

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