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Outwood Newbold Academy Open Evening 2016

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Clare Schulze

on 13 November 2016

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Transcript of Outwood Newbold Academy Open Evening 2016

SOMETIMES IT'S HARD TO STAND OUT
Sixth Form provision
Wider Experience
Application Process
AND BE HEARD IN A LARGE CROWD
Make Effective use of your time
Choosing your courses
Jan 4th 2016
Jan 11th - 22nd 2016
Offer letters posted
July 2016
Deadline for Sixth
Form Applications
Sixth Form
Interviews
Taster Days

Day experiencing typical A-Level lessons
You attend the A-Level choices you have opted for or you are unsure about.
Team building day
February 2016
Final Choices made
Enrolment
Sept 2016
Newbold Sixth Form Application Process 2016
Everyone at Outwood Academy Newbold
has the chance to shine

Welcome & Introductions
Mr S Roberts
Principal
Nathan Whitworth - President of the Sixth Form student union
Courtney Beddingham - Vice president of the Sixth Form student union
Open Evening for 2016 entry
Aims of the Evening
To introduce the Sixth Form to you
To understand the application process
and interview schedule
To give you a chance to meet and speak to staff & Sixth Form students
To see examples of A-Level standard work
Student Voice
4 A-Level Subjects
Induction program
Guidance lessons
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ESPECTFUL
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IME EFFECTIVE
ONEST
NITIATIVE
EVER GIVES UP
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NDEPENDENT
EEDS TO SUCCEED
OOD ROLE MODEL
Willingness to learn
Specific subject requirements
A-Level Reforms
Sociology
Art & Design
Psychology
Biology
Drama & Theatre studies
Chemistry
Physics
History
French
German
Geography
A typical year 12 timetable
4 Courses - 5 hours contact time per course
Daily VMG time
Weekly guidance lesson
4 private study periods
Enrichment opportunities
Student insight
Individual Support
One year courses
GCSE English
GCSE Maths
Extended Project Qualification
Level 3 Core Maths
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