Your child’s Head of Year is responsible for their holistic development, including their overall progress and attainment, personal and social development, behaviour and wellbeing.
Your child’s Progress Leader is responsible for supporting the Head of Year, working with students, Curriculum Area Leaders and subject teachers to ensure students achieve their full potential.
|Year 10 Tutors
J- Mrs R Smith
T- Mrs A Gill
A-Mr G Craddock
Y –Mrs S Abbott / Mrs L Dorrington
L- Ms C Hayes
O- Mrs A Forden
R- Mrs C Stevens
H- Mrs R Roberts
S- Mr M Hulley
|Year 11 Tutors
J- Mrs E Walker
T- Mrs D Law
A-Mrs J Cooper / Mrs J Budge
Y- Mrs A Cooper
L- Mrs K Craddock / Mrs J Nicholls
O- Mr S Roberts / Mrs J Nicholls
R- Mr C Knight / Mrs S Stevens-Brown
H- Miss J Powers / Mrs S Stevens-Brown
S- Miss D Evans
Morning registration is an important part of your child’s daily routine. There will be a weekly schedule of activities for each tutor group comprising of Safeguarding information, Careers and progression information, PSHE, news /current affairs, literacy, numeracy, quiz activities and sharing of information related to their specific year group. Tutors will also be ensuring that students are ready for the day ahead, including sharing key notices and checking uniform and equipment. As a reminder the uniform policy is available on the school website http://www.jths.co.uk/policies. Students should also ensure that they have the basic equipment with them every day. A full list of required equipment that should be purchased prior to September is attached to this letter.
Students will have year group assemblies, usually once a week. These will take place in either the Hall or Sportshall. This information will be communicated with students through the daily bulletin. Assemblies will focus on a specific theme each week, most assemblies will be hosted by the Head of Year, however some themes may be delivered by other school staff and outside speakers. Assemblies are a vital part of your child’s wider education incorporating Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural education as well as Safeguarding and Personal, Social and Health Education. Assemblies in the Upper School will also focus on preparation for Trial Exams and Formal External Exams.
Throughout the course of the year, students will be informed about opportunities to support students in Lower School. I would like to take this opportunity to encourage your child to put themselves forward for these opportunities over the coming year.
Each term we will be holding Celebration of Achievement assemblies. We would like to encourage parents to keep us informed of successes and achievements outside of school so we can congratulate our Upper School students.
Our communication policy is to respond to parental enquiries within two working days. For general enquiries about your child, please make contact with the Head of Year. For subject specific enquiries please follow the link to the staffing page on our website where email addresses for each Curriculum Area Leader can be found. http://www.jths.co.uk/staffing