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Early development submissions

BEET LANGUAGE CENTRE


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JIMI APPLETON
/Portfolio 2010
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MAR
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Camden School for Girls
SIXTH FORM
2010-2011

Welcome Student life

Subjects offered at AS / A2 level and taught


at Camden School include:

Art & Design Latin


Biology Maths
Business Studies Further Maths
Chemistry Media Studies
Classical Civilisation Music
Critical Thinking* Music Technology

Contents We have high expectations of our students and


want them to become talented, resourceful,
confident and creative individuals. Through
“Provision in the sixth form is outstanding.
Because of excellent teaching, a stimulating
curriculum and their own positive attitudes
D & T - 3D Design
D & T - Textiles*
Drama
Philosophy
Photography
Physics
their Sixth Form experience we endeavour to to learning, students attain very high Economics Politics
Welcome 3 ensure that they leave qualified, stimulated and standards and make excellent progress in
English Literature Psychology
well-prepared for the challenges of life. their achievement and personal development.
Student Life 4-7 Standards are consistently well above local French Sociology
Student Support 8-9 Our school has a reputation for academic and national averages and are improving year- Geography Spanish
excellence balanced with a rich programme on-year at the highest levels. Teaching allows Greek Theology & Philosophy
Enrichment Studies 10-13 of extra curricular activities delivered in a students to develop their own creativity with
History
welcoming environment. We respect our appropriate support.”
Activities 14-15 students and treat them as individuals. We try History of Art *AS level only
Exam Results 16 to involve everyone in taking an active part in “Effective leadership and management of
the community thereby enriching the Sixth the sixth form can be seen in the exemplary
Destinations 17-21 Form experience. monitoring of students’ academic progress, The number of Sixth Formers varies from year Advice and guidance will be given to help and responsibilities. The social benefits are also
and the care and guidance they provide so that to year. This year there are 225 in the upper make final decisions about courses at this stage great. Students make friends very quickly.
Admissions 22-23 We believe that the Sixth Form should be a students leave as confident and well-rounded sixth and 225 in the lower sixth. as well as at the beginning of Year 12. Year 12 students can expect their first week at
pivotal two years in the lives of our students young people. Parents and students, including Camden School for Girls to be full of activities
– a time for maturing as well as academic those who join from other schools, speak very Students are organised into tutor groups; In addition an ‘AS’ Extended Project Level that are designed to help them make new
development with many opportunities for highly of the induction programme, which there are fourteen in each year. Students 3 is offered to all students to encourage friends and settle in quickly. Team building
rich and varied new experiences. We aim to helps from early on to welcome them into a are expected to attend the school for the independent, researched learning. and ice breaking exercises are followed by a
develop in our students both self confidence vibrant and supportive community.” sessions in which they are taught and for lively Friday BBQ where students and staff get
and an independence of mind so that they tutorial, assembly and enrichment studies (if The ‘A’ level course has proved a successful to know each other in an informal setting. In
can approach their learning with vigour and “Students respond well to this and make their selected by the student). Enrichment studies route to Higher Education for the majority September Year 12 students go on a residential
enthusiasm. We feel the success of our aims is own significant contribution to the ethos and are voluntary; they comprise Critical Thinking of our students. This year 13 of our students trip to Skern in Devon for five days of further
reflected in our excellent exam results and rate management of the school. They develop the (which is an ‘AS’ course), externally certificated obtained the necessary grades to take up team building and outdoor activities. This trip
of progression to Higher Education. confidence which enables them, including the courses such as Duke of Edinburgh Award and their Oxbridge offers. In addition 22 students is hugely popular with our students who learn
young men, to speak of belonging to ‘Camden internally certificated courses such as Creative obtained places on Art Foundation and/or to work together and trust their peers whilst
The Camden Sixth Form offers a wide range of Girls’ with pride.” Writing and Film Studies. Degree courses at Art School. having a large amount of fun.
successful academic courses.
Students have a broad range of subjects At Camden School for Girls we aim to include
In the 2007 OFSTED report stated: “What to choose from and normally choose to do everyone in the school community and
makes this school outstanding are exceptional four ‘AS’ level subjects in Year 12 (and an foster a sense of belonging and pride. Our
leadership, and strong teaching and learning enrichment study). While in Year 13 the focus is Induction Programme ensures that students
enhanced by a top class curriculum and caring on a three ‘A2’ level programme. are relaxed and feel at home from day one,
ethos. However, students themselves are also key so they can concentrate on working and
contributors because of their own attitudes, hard At the end of the first year, students will have learning to their full potential. A thorough
work and determination to excel.” completed ‘AS’ level in each subject. In June Induction Programme gives our students
they will then start on the full ‘A’ level (‘A2’) an important grounding in the ethos of the
which they sit at the end of the second year. school and an understanding of their rights

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Admissions
Camden School for Girls
SIXTH FORM

The Admissions System


Each year the school admits up to 225 students 2009 2008 2007
into Year 12 of the Sixth Form for ‘AS’ and ‘A’
CSG Students transferring to
level courses. The actual number of these places 55 62 61
Year 12
available to external students depends on the
Number of external
number of internal students continuing into the applicants in Year 12
170 165 160

Front cover Sixth Form. In addition 30 students will be put on


the waiting list. All applicants must complete and Total 225 227 221
return an application form; the closing date for
receipt of this is 1pm on Monday, 11th January 2010. Total number of applications
704 620 837
received

HOW PLACES ARE ALLOCATED 5. Applicants who can provide evidence of CONDITIONS The process for candidates will be as follows: essential to confirm acceptance of a place
Apply online by visiting: All applicants must have an academic reference an exceptional social or medical need that All places are subject to the following and agree course choices. Proof of address
www.csfgsixthform.org.uk from their current school supporting their Camden School for Girls is specifically requirements post acceptance: • Application forms will be available from 2nd in the form of a Council Tax Bill is required at L e i gh t o n R o ad
suitability for ‘A’ level study and stating their able to meet. Applications will only be November 2009. Music applicants must also these meetings. Kentish
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predicted grades, which must include 5 GCSEs considered on this basis if the case is made 1. Applicants must provide documentary complete an additional music application

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a local authority, i.e. children either in the crow flies’) between the home and the daughter’s school. The final date for receipt circumstances. Camden School for Girls
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