Sixth Form Open Evening - Farlingaye High School

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Farlingaye HIGH SCHOOLHeadteacher: Dr A SievewrightSixth FormOpen Evening6.45 - 9.00 pmThursday 11th January 2018

Welcome to Farlingaye High School’sSixth Form Open EveningThis evening is for parents and students who are considering an application to join theSixth Form in September 2018. There is a general introduction to the Sixth Form by DrSievewright, senior staff and current sixth form students in the main school hall or gym at6.45 p.m. After this you are welcome to tour the school. Throughout the evening therewill be a series of presentations by subject staff which will help you to make an informedchoice of course for next year.The presentations, involving both staff and current students, are aimed at providingdetails of the type of work you will experience and the expectations that will be made ofstudents. The presentations are repeated during the evening to ensure that, whateveryour proposed options, you are able to attend up to five different subject presentations.Additionally, time has been made available for you to talk to subject staff less formally toallow them to answer your individual questions. The timetable for the presentations is atthe back of this booklet. Please use this to plan your evening.Also included in this booklet is a map of the school to help you find the rooms in whichpresentations are taking place. The sixth form block is open and here you will be able totalk to staff regarding Higher Education, Careers, enrichment and the GCSE retake options,as well as find the scheduled talks for Economics, Business, Travel and Tourism, Healthand Social Care, Applied Science and Biology.Dr Sievewright, Mr Lampard and other sixth form staff will also be available to answer anyquestions you may have. In addition there is a help desk situated in the study room in thesixth form block. Here you will be able to ask any questions concerning the structure ofthe sixth form curriculum, option choices and timetable issues.Thank you for coming. We hope you have an enjoyable and informative evening.Please remember, if we are not offering your preferred combination of subjects, pleaselet Mr Lampard, Dr Sievewright know and we will do our best to accommodate yourrequest.N.B. If you have not received a copy of our Sixth Form brochure, please ask for one.

SUMMARY OF COURSES AVAILABLESUBJECTAS LevelAdditional StudiesApplied ScienceA LevelOne Year CoursesLevel 3 Pre-U Certificate2-Year AQA Level 3 Extended CertificateArt & Design Art (Photography) Art (Textiles) BiologyBusiness Studies 2-Year Level 3 Cambridge Technical QualificationChemistry Computer Science Design & Technology Drama Economics English Language English Literature Film Studies French Further Mathematics Geography German Government & Politics English Language GCSEHealth & Social CareHistoryICTMathematicsMathematics GCSE Two year level 3 technical qualification Two year level 3 technical qualification Music Music Technology Physical Education

Physical EducationTwo year level 3 technical qualificationPhysics Psychology Religious Education Sociology Spanish Travel & Tourism2-Year BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate

A “Typical” Timetable for a Year 12 on/ Form onalStudiesMathsStudy PeriodPsychologyPhysicsMusicMathsStudy PeriodPsychology9.25-11.05211.25-13.05Lunch tion)MusicPsychologyPhysicsA “Typical” Timetable for a Year 13 StudentPeriodMondayTuesdayFridayPhysicsMathsStudy PeriodAdditionalStudiesPsychologyMathsStudy PeriodPsychologyPhysicsStudy PeriodStudy PeriodMaths9.25-11.052ThursdayRegistration/ Form Period9.05–9.251Wednesday11.25-13.05Lunch tion)Study PeriodPsychologyPhysics

Pools for Year 12Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D Pool EBiologyChemistryArtApplied Science(Level 3 Diploma)ChemistryDramaArt TextilesEnglish LanguageBiologyEconomicsEconomicsComputer ScienceFrenchBusiness(Level 3 Diploma)English LanguageGeographyBiologyGeographyEnglish LiteratureFilm StudiesHistoryEconomicsGovernment &PoliticsFurther MathsEnglish LiteratureMathsHistoryGermanPEMusic TechnologyArt PhotographyICTMaths(Level 3 Diploma)PEMusic(Level 3 Diploma)PsychologyPhysicsHealth & Social Care(Level 3 BTEC)PsychologyPsychologyTechnologyRE (Philosophy andEthics)PhysicsSociologyRE (Philosophy andEthics)Travel & TourismPsychologySociology(Level 3 BTEC)SpanishAdditional StudiesAdditional StudiesAdditional StudiesMATHS GCSEENGLISH LANG GSCEAdditional StudiesAdditional StudiesIt may be that the subjects you wish to study clash in one of the option pools above. If this is the case pleasecomplete the boxes below and we will do our best to accommodate your choices.Subject clashes:In option pool:Subjects I would like to study if clash cannot be resolved: Community Service, Work Placement, ‘Adopt a Teacher’ and possibly an opportunity for PE enrichment may beavailable for some students in individual study time. The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) will be offered after school in Year 13. GCSE retakes are available as shown and can also be considered once GCSE results are known. All students must opt for Additional Studies in one pool. This will take 2 of the 6 lessons per fortnight available inthis pool. The four remaining periods will be individual study time. Our expectation is that students then choose ONE AS subject from each of the remaining four pools. We recognisethat for a few students a choice of three Advanced courses plus Additional Studies will be sufficient. This will need tobe negotiated prior to entry. Many subjects appear more than once. These are distinct groups and enable flexibility of choice for students. Please note that for the majority of students, AS subjects will not be available in Year 13 Students taking Further Maths must choose Maths in Pool D. If this causes difficulty please let us know.

PRESENTATIONS ARE TAKING PLACE AT THE GIVEN TIMES AND VENUES FOR EACH SUBJECTGCSE Programme/ Higher Education information is available throughout the evening in the sixth form study room.Subject7.25to7.407.45to8.00English & Languages English Lit. E6 / Open Area English Lang. E2 / OpenArea Film Studies E3 French L5 German L5 Spanish L5 English Lit. E6 / Open Area English Lang. E2 / OpenArea French L5 German L5 Spanish L58.208.25to8.408.45to9.00Science/PE English Lang.E2 / OpenArea French L5 German L5 Spanish L5 English Lit.E6 / Open Area English Lang.E2 / OpenArea Film Studies E3 French L5 German Spanish L5 English Lit.E6 / Open Area Film Studies E3French L5German L5Spanish L5Creative ArtsHumanities Maths M4 ComputerScience M5 Applied Science SF1Biology SF2Chemistry S8P.E. L2Physics S9 Art & Design A3Art Photography A12Art Textiles A2Drama – StudioMusic Tech A10 Geography H11Politics H1History H5Psychology LR2RE H8Sociology H3 Maths M4 ICT M5 Biology SF2Chemistry S8P.E. L2Physics S9 Art & Design A3Art Photography A12Art Textiles AMusic MuPMusic Tech A10 Politics H1History H5Psychology LR2R.E. H8Sociology H3 Maths M4 ComputerScience M5 Art & Design A3Applied Science SF1 Art Photography A12Biology SF2 Art Textiles A2Chemistry S8 Music MuPPhysics S9 Drama – Studio Geography H11History H5R.E. H8Psychology LR2Sociology H3 Biology SF2Physics S9Chemistry S8Applied Science SF1P.E. L2English Lit. E6 / Open Area8.05toMathematics &ICT Maths M4 ICT M5 Maths M4 ComputerScience M5 Biology SF2 Chemistry S8 P.E. L2Economics &VocationalTechnology Economics/Business SF7 Design & Health & Social Care Technology - SF4 Open Area Travel & TourismSF6 Design & Economics/ Technology Business SF7 Health & Social Care Open Area- SF4 Economics/Business SF7 Travel & TourismSF6 Design & Technology Open Area Art & Design A3Art Photography A12Art Textiles A2Drama – StudioMusic Tech A10 Geography H11Politics H1History H5Psychology LR2R.E. H8 Economics/ Design &Business SF7 Technology Health & Social Care Open Area- SF4 Art & Design A3Art Photography A12Art Textiles A2Drama – StudioMusic MuP Geography H11History H5Psychology LR2Sociology H3 Economics/Business SF7 Travel & TourismSF6 Design & Technology Open Area

Next StepsThank you for attending our Sixth Form Open Evening tonight, we hope you enjoyed your visitand found the evening informative. Should you have any further questions which occur to youafter this evening, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone, 01394 385 720 or email:jlampard@farlingaye.suffolk.sch.uk.To apply to Farlingaye Sixth Form please complete the application form contained with theprospectus which is available in the foyer or online on the Farlingaye website.Please ensure your application is returned before our deadline ofFriday 2nd February 2018.Once we receive your application, and after the application deadline, we will contact you toarrange an informal meeting with you and your parents or carers. This will take place in Marchor April.We look forward to receiving your application and we would like to wish you the very best ofluck with your GCSEs!Farlingaye High SchoolRansom RoadWoodbridgeSuffolkIP12 4JXTel: 01394 385720

Sixth Form Open Evening This evening is for parents and students who are considering an application to join the Sixth Form in September 2018. There is a general introduction to the Sixth Form by Dr Sievewright, senior staff and current sixth form students in the main school hall or gym at 6.45 p.m. After this you are welcome to tour the school.

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