1 Excelsior Academy EXCELSIOR A C A D E M Y NEWCASTLE Transition Prospectus Name Year Group
2 Open Events and Admissions Admissions Even though we are an Academy the Local Authority processes our applications so you apply in the same way you do for any other secondary school. Excelsior Academy follows the Newcastle City admissions procedures for our Secondary schools. If you are interested in your child joining us details of the application process can be found on the Newcastle City website: Online applications open on 1st September and close on the 31st October - check out our website for more information and guidance. Meet Miss Naylor Meet our Primary Transition Coordinator Andrea Naylor; she visits our feeder primaries on a weekly basis working with Year 5 /6 pupils, developing relationships so this can be continued when pupils join us in Year 7. If you cannot attend our open events and would like to visit Excelsior, contact Andrea Naylor on or to arrange a time/date that suits you.
3 Ofsted and Academic Success This is a Good School Ofsted 2013 In our most recent full inspection (January 2013), Excelsior Academy was rated as Good for every category the achievement of its pupils, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety, leadership and management and overall effectiveness. Choosing a school for your son or daughter is not an easy task, but we have designed this pack with you in mind to enable you to get an insight into the culture and ethos of our unique school. Strong leadership and management have been a key to the academy s success Ofsted 2013
4 Ofsted and Academic Success Academic Success Opened in 2008, Excelsior has become Newcastle s most improved secondary school since 2009 and our 2014 GCSE exam results were our best ever. Excelsior has been included in the DFE list of 200 most improved secondary schools nationally both last year and the previous year and in the top ten secondary schools in the region. Newcastle City s schools data base shows that 100% of higher ability pupils at Excelsior achieved 5+ A* C EM, the only school/ academy to achieve that result. The percentage of all pupils achieving A* C in Mathematics was 65%, above the published provisional national average National Average (NA) and an improvement of 38 percentage points from The attainment on entry for these pupils when they were 11 years old was well below national average. 82% pupils achieved expected progress in Science, a further improvement of 13 percentage points from % achieved more than expected progress, an improvement of 12 percentage points from The percentage of pupils achieving expected progress in both English and Maths was 53%, which is at Newcastle City s average and one of the highest in the city. The high percentage of pupils with no English when they join Excelsior impacts on this statistic. 44% of pupils achieved 5 A*-C including English and Maths, a further improvement on last/previous years and once again our best ever result. Newcastle City s schools data base shows that Excelsior was one of the highest performing schools for 5+ A* C for both low and middle ability pupils and above city average for both indicators. Since the academy opened the rate of improvement in progress, quality of teaching, behaviour and attendance has been impressive Ofsted 2013
5 Term Dates and Key Dates School Term Dates Term Date Event 7 September Autumn Term Begins 25 September Inset Day Autumn 26 October 30 October Half-term Holiday Term November Inset Day 11 December Progress Review Day* 21 December 1 January 2016 Christmas Holiday 4 January Term Begins Spring 15 February 19 February Half-term Holiday Term March Progress Review Day * 25 March 8 April Easter Holiday 11 April Term Begins 2 May May Day Holiday Summer 30 May 3 June Half-term Holiday Term June Progress Review Day * 24 June Inset Day 25 July 2 September Summer Holiday *On Progress Review Days you will be required to attend an appointment with your child to review his/her progress and achievements.
6 Term Dates and Key Dates Key Dates For Your Diary Activity Open Events Sixth Form Open Evening Excelsior Academy Awards Evening Christmas Fayre / Family Fun Day Christmas Show Cluster School Sports Tournament Annual Business Awards Evening Mother s Day Spring Fayre/Family Fun Day Easter Show Gifted and Talented Science and Maths Session Where and When Excelsior Academy, Tuesday 22nd September 2015, 6.00pm 7.30pm Excelsior Academy, Saturday 26th September 2015, 10.00am 12.00pm Excelsior Academy, Tuesday 6th October 2015, 4.30pm 6.30pm Centre for Life, Wednesday 7th October, 7.00pm 9.00pm Excelsior Academy, Saturday 5th December 2015, 10.00am 2.00pm Excelsior Academy, Thursday 10th December 2015, 7.00pm 9.30pm Excelsior Academy, Sports Hall, dates and times to be arranged Excelsior Academy, Thursday 11th February 2016, 5.30pm 7.30pm Excelsior Academy, Monday 7th March 2016 am, pampering sessions for Year 5 parents. Mother s Day Card competition for Year 5 pupils to enter. Excelsior Academy, Saturday 19th March 2016, 10.00am 2.00 pm Excelsior Academy, Tuesday 22nd March 2016, 7.00pm 9.30pm Excelsior Academy, Wednesday 23rd March 2016, 7.00pm 9.30pm Dates and times to be arranged Year 5 Transition Week Excelsior Academy, w/c 27th June 2016 Bolam Lake Family Fun Day Summer Family Fun Day Bolam Lake, Thursday 7th July 2016, 9.30am 2.30pm Excelsior Academy, Saturday 9th July 2016, 10.00am 2.00 pm. Year 6 Transition Week Excelsior Academy, w/c 11h July 2016 Year 6 Parents Information Evening Creative Arts Exhibition/Fashion Show Excelsior Academy, Tuesday 12th July 2016, 6.00pm 7.30pm Excelsior Academy, Thursday 14th July 2016, 7.00pm 9.30pm
7 Contents Top Ten reasons Our School System Our School Day School Uniform Home / School Communications, Expectations & Equipment Reports, Homework, Learning Support After-school Activities Frequently Asked Questions
8 Top Ten Reasons to choose Excelsior Academy 1. Academic Success attainment has risen at a much faster rate than nationally since Excelsior Academy opened in September Teaching is good, often outstanding. 3. Excellent relationships and good behaviour is a key feature here at Excelsior. 4. Each child is valued equally pupils are known extremely well as individuals and the curriculum is adapted to their needs and interests. 5. Our small school structure ensures each pupil is known very well by all staff. 6. Excelsior has high quality, highly equipped facilities and grounds - providing an excellent learning environment for all our students. 7. The generous support of our sponsor means that all pupils have additional funding to support extra-curricular activities including residential experiences. 8. Teaching with Technology - our classrooms are installed with interactive whiteboards, allowing teachers to incorporate the internet, videos and other digital resources into each lesson in order to make the lessons more engaging and exciting. 9. Excelsior students have the opportunity to access sixth form scholarships in top boarding schools and local apprenticeship schemes. 10. Excelsior students have the opportunity to qualify for Laidlaw University Bursaries, which are exclusive to Excelsior Academy.
9 Our School System Excelsior Academy has embraced an innovative concept following a schools within a school model. Our purpose built accommodation has been designed to create a warm, friendly and caring environment where all children are known well and personalised learning is a key element. Each of our secondary schools has its own distinctive identity through identification with its own school colour, name and area of the academy; whilst retaining a consistent approach which allows all pupils to receive the same high quality education. Top Tip: Whichever school you attend in Excelsior you will experience a wide range of opportunities and be able to study the same subjects. At Excelsior Academy we have three Year 7-11 schools: Collingwood Hadrian Milburn Our school names were chosen by our pupils who selected them from historical, inspirational and iconic people who have a link to the North East of England.
10 Our School Day Depending upon the school in which a pupil is a member of and the unique small school structure at Excelsior, the session times for individual lessons vary. Top Tip: School begins at 8.30am every day; you will become a member of a Meet and Greet group when you join us in Year 7, meeting with your group for registration every day. All pupils are issued with individual timetables which show their daily lessons, however the following times are common to all Excelsior secondary school pupils. Time 7:30am 8:20am 8:30am 8:45am 8:45am 12:00pm 2:00pm 3:45pm (Mon Thurs) 2:40pm (Friday) 3:45pm (Mon Thurs) 2:40 (Friday) Activity Breakfast Club Meet and Greet /Registration Lesson 1 Begins Lunch is a 30min break taken with your school Lessons End Additional Support/After School Activities Top Tip: Leave home on time each morning to arrive in school for 8:30am, our free Breakfast Club runs from 7:30am
11 Excelsior Academy Uniform The school uniform is an important part of belonging to Excelsior Academy. It helps pupils present themselves positively, gives them confidence to represent the school and promotes a strong sense of identity. School Uniform is available to purchase from our suppliers Michael Sehgal s,28-40 Scotswood Road,Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 7JB ( Compulsory Green Academy blazer this is not optional and must be worn every day White long-sleeved shirt with collar (both boys and girls) School Tie and Badge Black smart trousers Black leather smart shoes only Headscarf (if worn) black only PE kit - navy blue shorts, polo shirt (in your school colour), dark blue tracksuit and a pair of trainers Optional Grey V neck jumper Jewellery: wristwatch Example of NOT PERMITTED (this list is not comprehensive) Please do not allow your child to wear / have these items: Oral or facial piercing Jewellery: hoops, dangling earrings, visible chains, excessive rings or bracelets Extreme hair styles or dyed hair in unnatural colours Skin-tight trousers: leggings, jeggings or skinny style trousers / jeans / stretchy trousers Shorts / three quarter length trousers Footwear: trainers, canvas shoes / plimsolls (i.e. Vans, Converse etc.), slipper shoes / pumps (without a securing strap), dolly shoes, high-heeled shoes/ugg boots. Top Tip: Be organised and check the night before that you have your uniform, PE Kit, homework, books etc. ready for the next day.
12 Home / School Communications Excelsior Academy s unique small school system enables us to get to know all our pupils and their families very well. Within each school we have the time to care, encourage and support all our pupils, each of whom are known by name. The welfare of our pupils is of utmost importance and at the heart of everything we do. Each Excelsior Academy school has its own dedicated Welfare Team which is committed to making Excelsior Academy a safe, settled and happy place for children to learn. Contact with parents and carers is welcomed and encouraged by staff, most contact with parents will be made either via the student planner, letter, , text message to your mobile or by pre arranged appointment. However, there are many opportunities throughout the school year for you to visit school, including; pupil progress review days, family fun days, school performances, sporting events and award ceremonies. Top Tip: Use your planner to write homework in and parents/teachers can use this to communicate with each other. Attendance Pupils are registered each morning at 8:30 am by their Meet and Greet Tutor, this is a time for pupils to receive important information and get ready for the day ahead. At Excelsior we value and recognise the importance of good attendance and pupils are expected to attend school every day, appointments and holidays must be made outside of school hours/term. Pupils are rewarded regularly for excellent attendance in a variety of ways throughout the school year, this includes; school assemblies, reward trips, prizes and at our Annual Awards Evening. Our Welfare Teams are available to offer support and guidance to both pupils and parents/carers if there is pupil any experiencing difficulties attending school.
13 Behaviour4Learning We have high expectations of all our pupils both inside and outside the classroom, and we believe that all pupils have a right to be protected from harm. We aim to create a learning environment where all pupils feel secure, valued, and encouraged to talk in the knowledge that they will be listened to. Each school has a very approachable Behaviour 4 Learning Manager; their role is to guide and support pupils and parents/ carers to facilitate every pupil reaching their potential. We offer many positive rewards systems ranging from recognition in assemblies to vouchers and reward trips. Top Tip: If you are having any difficulties, speak to your Meet and Greet Tutor, Welfare Team or Teachers they are all there to help. At Excelsior Academy we expect pupils to: Listen to adults and each other Be polite Behave sensibly in the classroom, dining hall and all other parts of the school, and whilst travelling to and from school Take care of yourselves, your friends and school Treat others as you would like to be treated Equipment As part of our school uniform pupils are expected to bring a bag to carry such items as; Planner (issued on the first day of term each year) School bag Pen, pencil, ruler, rubber, etc PE kit (on PE days) Lockers All pupils are assigned a personal locker and issued with a key. Outdoor coats and winter boots should be kept in the locker during the school day. Top Tip: Your locker is a great place to store your books/equipment, don t forget your key! Personal Property Valuable items such as jewellery, ipod, MP3 players and cameras should not be brought into school. These items are distracting and can cause difficulties in class, they are therefore not allowed.
14 Lunchtime Arrangements Excelsior Academy has excellent lunch facilities which operate through a cashless system. We have a very safe and secure environment and all pupils remain on site throughout the school day including at lunchtime. We have two dining hall areas, one for Year 7, 8 and 9 pupils and the other for Year 10 and 11 pupils. Top Tip: The dining facilities allow you to sit down with your friends and eat lunch together, as a school, whether you have a school or packed lunch meal. Our award winning catering team provide a wide choice of meals including; hot meals, pasta, salads, and oven baked potatoes as well as sandwiches and fresh fruit.
15 Reports, Homework, Learning Support Reports Parents /Carers will receive three reports each academic year and the opportunity to discuss pupil progress at three Progress Review Days (dates for these days can be found on our website). You can of course discuss your son/daughter s progress at any time by contacting your school, your main point of contact will be with your child s Meet and Greet Tutor. Homework One of the biggest changes for a pupil moving from Primary School to Secondary School is the increase in range of academic subjects. All of our pupils are set individual learning targets which help to develop a personalised approach to learning away from school. They are given a range of opportunities to develop individual skills and abilities outside of the core school day. This will build their independent learning skills needed to succeed at Key Stage 4. Homework is very important and can be made up of a variety of tasks; this could be written or practical work., all subjects will set homework each week. Top Tip: Don t worry, you will receive a Student Planner to help you plan your work and record all homework deadlines. Learning Support Any pupil who requires additional support is helped to access the curriculum in ways that meet each pupil s learning needs. Support staff also work with parents and a range of outside agencies. Where possible support is offered within normal lessons, sometimes there are individual and small group work sessions out of timetabled lessons. We also run after school clubs where pupils can drop in and complete a piece of homework, staff are available to support and provide help if and when needed. Extra-Curricular Activities Excelsior Academy provides a wide range of additional opportunities and experiences which develop self-confidence, life skills and leadership via the wide variety of after school clubs and activities that take place each term. Top Tip: Try and get involved in school teams and clubs, it s a great way to make new friends.
16 Frequently Asked Questions? ALL students must remain on the school site at lunchtime We have put these together to answer questions parents and pupils have asked in the past. How do I get my lunch? We run a cashless system for security and convenience. Use the machine in your school or dining hall to put money onto your account. If you bring a cheque hand this to your school administrator. At lunchtime, you can choose from halal, vegetarian, traditional or sandwiches. It is all great, home-made food. What about packed lunches? We encourage all pupils to have a hot meal at lunch time but you are welcome to bring a packed lunch if you prefer. We are a Healthy School, so please bear this in mind when preparing packed lunches. How do I apply for Free School Meals? We encourage families to take advantage of this scheme. If you have had FSM at primary school, if you receive Income Support, you should apply. There is more information and links to apply on line available on our website. What School will I be in? Once we receive all the information from Primary Schools for pupils joining us in September we will let you know which Excelsior school you have been allocated to. This will be before you visit us for your transition week in July. Who do I contact if I am concerned about anything? Your Meet and Greet Tutors are the first point of contact. If you have a query or concern parents and carers can )or contact us by ringing
17 FAQs? If a pupil is absent, please phone school on before 8:30am. What is the Student Planner? This is a diary and notebook given to all students at the start of the year. It is important because; It is the channel of communication between school and home. Please use it to let us know about absence, illness, etc. it will contain messages from school, for example, stickers to inform you about Review Days, concerts, events etc. Contains students timetable and other important information. It is where students write details of homework tasks. Please ensure that you bring your planner to school every day. What if I am ill? If students become ill during the day we will contact home and ask parents/carers to collect them. Minor injuries can be treated by our voluntary First Aiders. Please let us know of any important health information (e.g. diabetes, serious allergies). A School Nurse visits regularly and will be in touch with you about a care plan if this is needed. What if I am absent? School attendance is crucial for high achievement: students who miss even 5% of possible days in school risk underachieving and missing out on important social and enrichment activities. There are also pre-printed notes in the pupil planner which should be filled in and shown to the tutor when the pupil returns to school. Where possible medical appointments should be arranged for out of school hours or during the holidays. What if I am late? Please try to be on time; good punctuality helps learning and is an important skill to learn for later working life. If you are unavoidably late, go straight to lesson and make sure your teacher registers you. This is essential for safety reasons.
18 FAQs? Physical Education History Geography Computing Design & Technology Spanish Reading What if I lose something? Prevention is better than cure! Please label all clothing and equipment with your name. Do not bring valuables (jewellery, ipods, etc.) to school. We cannot be responsible for recovering lost items. If you do lose something, check where you have been earlier in the day, and with Main Reception who look after Lost Property. What subjects will I learn? Year 7 pupils are currently taught the following subjects:- English Maths Science Art Drama Food Technology Music What equipment do I need to bring? Students must bring pens,pencils a rubber and a ruler. We provide books and paper, but if a book, for example, is lost or damaged, we may ask for a contribution for its replacement. You may also need a calculator and dictionary and must also have your planner. On PE days bring your kit. What if I need help with learning? Excelsior Academy has specialist teachers to help pupils access the curriculum according to their individual needs. If your child has had support at primary school this information will have been shared with Excelsior staff to enable the necessary support to be put in place. If you feel your son/daughter would benefit from some extra help, please contact your Excelsior Academy School s Welfare Manager to discuss. When will I get a report about my progress? Reports are sent home three times a year. These reports summarise the progress pupils have made and advise on how to improve. If parents have concerns about their child s progress between reports, please contact your child s Meet and Greet Tutor or the subject teacher to discuss it. We value the relationship with parents in ensuring all pupils achieve their potential.
19 FAQs? What clubs and activities can I join in with? Look out for these advertised in school and on our website. There are many opportunities to join in, for example, sports, music, drama, reading, fashion, Army Cadets and many more. We hope you will want to get involved. What do I do if I am being bullied? Bullying is not tolerated at Excelsior Academy we have an anti-bullying policy and work hard to ensure everyone feels safe and valued in our school. If someone is making you unhappy or afraid, talk to an adult, your Meet and Greet Tutor a member of the Welfare Team or someone else you trust. Most problems can be easily solved if dealt with promptly. Don t suffer in silence! What if someone makes a racist or homophobic comment? We believe in equal opportunities at Excelsior Academy. Everyone has the right to be treated with respect for who they are. Please help by: Speaking to and about everyone with respect Reporting any disrespectful comments to an adult. We will take this seriously: discrimination is not a joke. What is the Rewards system? When you do a good piece of work, or behave in a positive way you will be rewarded. Rewards can be verbal praise, letters and postcards home, badges, certificates, pupil of the week awards, end of term and year rewards. When is Review Day? There is an opportunity to meet teachers and staff and discuss how you are progressing every term, Review Day dates can be found in the Year 7-11 section on our website.
20 Bus Routes and Site Map
21 Bus Routes and Site Map
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