Bishop
Ramsey

A Christian Learning Community

    Sixth Form

    Expectations and Monitoring

    • All members of the school community are expected to behave with courtesy, consideration and respect for one another at all times.
    • All members of the school community should respect the School and local environment.
    • All members of the school community should move about the School in a safe and orderly manner.
    • All members of the school community should be punctual for registration, lessons and other commitments.
    • All members of the school community should be prepared and equipped for the day ahead.
    • All students should wear the correct Sixth Form dress at all times in school.
    • All students should record, complete and hand their homework in on time so that the teaching staff can mark and return it punctually.
    • The classroom rules that are published in each classroom apply equally to Sixth Form students.
    • There is a Sixth Form Behaviour Policy which all students must sign to show their willingness to adhere to the standards expected.
    • Please see 'Fit To Learn' Policy below to support students with attendance issues.
    • Staged Monitoring Programme – Sixth Form

      Stage 1

      The subject teacher has a concern regarding poor or missing homework, work completion or underachievement etc OR the form tutor is concerned about attendance, punctuality, uniform.

      The subject teacher or form tutor should :-

      Set targets with the student to be monitored over a period of 2 to 3 weeks. The targets be supportive in getting the student back on track.

      E-mail or phone parent, copy in Head of Subject, relevant Year Director and Mrs Morrison

      After the monitoring period teachers should review targets with the student - e-mail or phone parent, copy in relevant Head of Year and Mrs Morrison to say whether the targets have been achieved.

      Stage 2

      Students who have not met their targets will be moved to Stage 2 – this is monitored by the Head of Subject or Year Director as relevant. Again targets are set with the student related to the issue which is of concern over a 2-3 week period. HOD/HOY will contact home to inform parents, copying in relevant Head of Year and Mrs Morrison. -

      Targets are reviewed with the student, e-mail or phone parent, copying in relevant Head of Year and Mrs Morrison to say whether the targets have been achieved.

      Stage 3

      Year Director meets with student and parents/carers, issues are reviewed

      Expectations contract signed by all parties

      Contract monitored by Year Director over a period of 2 weeks

      Consequence of failure to meet targets made clear to all parties.

      Targets reviewed and parents informed.

      Stage 4

      Meeting between Head of 6th Form, student and parents/carers – final targets set over 2 weeks period.

      Careers interview arranged to consider alternative educational provision should targets not be met.