We’ve made a few changes to the maths department this year. One of our big changes is our rewards system. We felt too much outstanding work was going on but going unnoticed. This spreadsheet houses all the exceptional maths work from the start of the last term until you leave the school.
To be outstanding, you can’t miss any of your homework deadlines, you must be a model student within the class and your book work must be of the highest standard.
If your spaces are left blank, it could be that you were “good” but only the outstanding mathematicians earn a place. Prizes will be linked into how many A2L scores of an A you gain throughout your time at TEMA.
So, how many have you got? Are you doing everything you should to get the next one? What prize are you going to get next?
We are fully committed to providing a broad, balanced, inspiring and challenging curriculum for all our young people which equips them with high quality, relevant qualifications, skills, qualities and attributes to give them choices, a sense of ambition and able to make a positive contribution as a 21st century global citizen.
We are extremely proud of the broad and balanced curriculum we offer to all of our students. We are committed to building on the skills our students have previously learned to ensure all students make rapid progress.
Take a look at our Options Booklets for 2017 to see what choices are available to current Year 9 students.
Download our Options Booklets, which are all about choosing the subjects that you will be studying going in to Key Stage 4.
Please note that our Options Booklets may be periodically updated, so please check this frequently around Options Evening.
You will be working towards examinations from which important decisions will be made about your future. This booklet will help you make the best possible start by choosing your examination courses carefully.
Throughout October, pupils competed to create spooky menus for the first House Competition of this year. The entries were fantastic with lots of grim details! A small selection of pupils from each house went on to create their three course menus on the last day of term. They were served to Mrs Kane and Mr Benedict who were very impressed with both the presentation and the taste of the food. Within the kitchen, pupils worked fantastically as a team and they should be very proud of their achievements. Winners to be announced in house assemblies next week.
Congratulations and welcome to your new realsmart-enabled website
The cloud website gives seamless integration to Google Apps, the realsmart learning portfolio and loads of other great apps from the web – we have added a selection of these to widget menu on the right, you will see these when you log in.
To read about the vision behind your new school website read more here