Academic Mentoring Days
Academic Mentoring Days take place twice a year, in the Autumn and Spring terms. Teachers record a currently working at (CWAT) level, an effort grade and a study skill for each student. The study skill is a target that students are expected to undertake in order to progress in each subject studied. Students have a meeting with their form tutor in order to discuss and review their progress to date. The form tutor will also set a pastoral target. The Academic Mentoring Day is an opportunity for the school to celebrate the achievements of each student and also to review avenues for progression. It is also an opportunity for students to discuss any issues within the school that affect them directly. Students will bring home a data sheet of currently working at levels and effort grades for parents, in addition to this there will also be study skills (targets) for each student to work towards in each subject.