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A number of departments offered sessions during October half term. These sessions were run from the Foundation subjects, enabling students to focus on their option subjects rather than the core subjects for this holiday session.
The Raising Achievement Team co-ordinated the timetable and invited target students to each of the sessions to ensure that there were no clashes with departments trying to recruit the same students. The students invited were identified as students needing intervention in these subjects.
Student attendance to Intervention session in October half term:
|Date||Subject||Number of Students|
|Friday 23rd October||
BTEC Hospitality and Catering/GCSE Food
|Monday 26th October||
BTEC Performing Arts/GCSE Music
GCSE Product Design/GCSE Resistant Materials
|Tuesday 27th October||GCSE Product Design/GCSE Resistant Materials||30|
|Friday 30th October||GCSE Art||10|
The Raising Achievement Team asked students to complete an evaluation of the impact that the intervention sessions had with the students. There were 62 Year 11 student responses to this evaluation on Survey Monkey, 59% of these returns were from male students and 41% from female.
Student comments made about the intervention (freehand):
- The sessions were very helpful, I was able to sit down and get my work done with more one to one help.
- I found all the sessions helpful, I caught up on a lot of work.
- I was able to catch up my coursework, I managed to get work done that I was behind in.
- I got ahead in my product and caught up on the coursework I was behind on.
- I managed to get a lot of help from my teacher and got much further with my work.
- It was really useful, I caught up with the work I needed to do.