Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Programme

2018– 2019

Objectives:

  • To provide learning opportunities beyond the formal curriculum
  • To promote critical and analytical thinking skills
  • To promote aspirant learners

Outcomes:

  • Programme will positively impact students’ academic performance as measured by the formal curriculum
  • Retention of programme participants at SHS from KS4 to KS5
  • Programme participants will make successful applications (as appropriate) to Russell Group universities


Term 1

QUESTION TIME                                                                                                                   

 

 

SESSION TITLE

STAFF

CONTENT

OUTCOMES

Students will …

 

Session 1

 

Introduction to the Scholarship Programme

 

HOD

Introduction to the Scholarship Programme

Discussion of Scholarship Programme  outcomes

Confirm meeting time and venue

 

be able to explain the purpose of the Scholarship Programme

 

Session 2

Oxbridge, the Russell Group and A-Level choices

HOD

What is Oxbridge?  How and why apply

gain a basic understanding of Oxbridge and the application process

know what the Russell Group is

know a range of factors they should consider when choosing their A-Level subjects

Session 3

 

‘Question Time’ with a panel of staff members

 

TBC

Q and A debate on topical issues prevalent in the news at the time.

Improve knowledge of current affairs

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 4

 

‘Question Time’ with a panel of staff members

 

TBC

Q and A debate on topical issues prevalent in the news at the time.

Improve knowledge of current affairs

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 5

‘Question Time’ with a panel of staff members

 

TBC

Q and A debate on topical issues prevalent in the news at the time.

Improve knowledge of current affairs

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 6

‘Question Time’ with a panel of staff members

 

TBC

Q and A debate on topical issues prevalent in the news at the time.

Improve knowledge of current affairs

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 7

‘Question Time’ with a panel of staff members

 

TBC

Q and A debate on topical issues prevalent in the news at the time.

Improve knowledge of current affairs

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

 

 


Term 2

TOP 5s THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

 

SESSION TITLE

STAFF

CONTENT

OUTCOMES
Students will …

Session 1

 

5 books that you should read

KC

KC to present on 5 influential books students should read

gain basic knowledge of 5 influential books and understand how they are influential use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 2

5 pieces of art work that you should see

TBC

TBC to present on 5 pieces of influential art work that students should see

gain basic knowledge of 5 pieces of influential artwork, their location and understand how they are influential

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 3

 

5 buildings you should visit

JB?

JB to present on 5 influential buildings that students should visit

gain basic knowledge of 5 pieces of influential architecture, their location and understand how they are influential

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 4

 

5 current innovations in science that will change our lives

 

BB

BB to present on 5 current innovations in science that will change our lives

gain basic knowledge of 5 scientific innovations that will change our lives and understand how

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 5

5 pieces of music you should have heard

 

TBC

TBC to present on 5 pieces of music that students should have heard

gain basic knowledge of 5 pieces of influential music, who composed them and how they are influential

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 6

5 men who you should have heard of, but haven’t

BP

BP to present on 5 influential men that students should have heard of, but haven’t

gain basic knowledge of 5 pieces of influential music, who composed them and how they are influential

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

Session 7

5 women you should have heard of, but haven’t

HOD

HOD to present on 5 influential men that students should have heard of, but haven’t

gain basic knowledge of 5 pieces of influential music, who composed them and how they are influential

use analytical skills to form, share and justify opinions 

 

 

  Year 11 Parents’ Evening

Thursday 22nd November

Keep a look out for instructions coming soon on how to make appointments on Parentmail for this vital Year 11 Parents’ Evening.

 

SHS students' generosity in time for Christmas

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