YEAR 11 STUDENTS – updated October 2014
Decide well before the official options process starts what your likely A-levels will be. Most should choose 4, the very able 5. Remember you need to be getting B (and probably A) to consider a subject. Here’s the powerpoint from PSHE. Most will be specialising more now, but don’t choose ALL the same kind of subjects – have some variety and colour. If it helps you, (though there’s no need to send copies to tutors or me), here’s the choosing A-levels resource for you guys to plan ahead.
Don’t forget to come and seek advice at the open clinic – and don’t leave it too late.
I’ll publish the options booklet here shortly, so go to the top-right and Follow Blog Via Email so you know when it’s put up.
YEAR 9 OPTIONS FOR GCSE
(Updated 2013 – not yet updated for 2014)
Here are page 1 and page 2 of the self-reflection worksheet for YEAR 9 STUDENTS choosing GCSE options. Remember to complete copies and email back to relevant staff (tutors, key stage leaders, dbscareers email.) After you’ve done this – why not start reading through the options booklet on the school network in full? And don’t miss your appointment with Mrs Jackson-Hall when it’s scheduled.
Here’s the Active Reflections PSHE exercise for later in the year, at options time in January.