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19th May 2017

Ken Stimpson Community School - Newsletter 19/05/2017

Years 7, 8 and 9

Year Seven
Teaching classes are based mainly in mixed ability tutor groups of approximately 26 students for most subjects in Year 7.Setting according to ability takes place in some subjects before the end of Year 7.  
 
Subject Number of Units Per Week
English 4

Years 10 and 11

Students follow a broad and balanced common curriculum at Key Stage 4 and they have the opportunity to choose three additional GCSE courses of 3 lessons each from a wide selection of subjects.
 
Common Curriculum Subjects Number of Lessons
English 5
Mathematics

Study Club

Study Club takes place in the Library after school every day during term time. Students attend for different reasons. Some need help with homework; others want to work collectively with friends; some want to use the Internet or access the ICT facilities such as Desk Top Publishing or word processing. Homework helpers are always on hand to assist students after school and parental help is particularly welcome.
 
Please contact Mrs Jarvis, Head of Resources, if you are interested or would like further details about the Study Club.

Sex Education

A Sex Education policy has been developed in consultation with students and parents. It has been agreed by the Governors of the school and is available on request. Sex Education is included in the Personal, Social & Health Education programme. It is set within the context of wider personal relationships and family life. In the upper school students are given support to explore decision making, choice and risk and the programme includes work on HIV/AIDS/Contraception. Basic anatomy and the physiology of sexual reproduction are also parts of the Science programmes of study.

Religious Education

All students study Religious Education in accordance with the 1944 Education Act. We aim to give students an understanding of what religion is and an opportunity to examine beliefs, values and attitudes. The teaching is non-denominational and non-evangelical and seeks to provide a factual background to, and an appreciation of, Christianity and other world religions. Discussion of the relevance of religion to the world around us is encouraged and respect for other viewpoints is developed.

Second in Faculty: Science

Dates:                        Apply by noon on Tuesday 23 May 2017, Job start 1 September 2017

Salary:                    TLR2b / MPS / UPS

Location:                  Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Lead Teacher of English (TLR 2 to be negotiated)

Ken Stimpson Community School strives to be at the forefront of school improvement and innovation and invests heavily in the creation of a learning community where we all have the responsibility to learn from others and to contribute to the professional development of our colleagues. Our goal is to break down the barriers to learning and support our students to gain the competitive edge over other applicants to leading universities, prestigious apprenticeships and the subsequent world of work.

5th May 2017

Ken Stimpson Community School - Newsletter 05/05/2017

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