Year 9 students had an excellent start at Elfed High School when they were in Year 7 and Year 8. As a year group they have shown us that they are prepared to work hard to achieve high standards and to meet the School’s expectations. In return, all the students are very well supported so that they can enjoy their time in school and achieve their own personal best.
Here you will find a list of the Year 9 tutors and how to contact them; plus who to contact if you have any concerns about learning and/or wellbeing.
Year 9 Team
Mrs A Rowlinson Learning Director
Mr D Ellis Learning Assistant
Mr G Kinnair, Mrs L Payne and Mr L Weatherley Pastoral Assistants
9E Miss S M Coyle
9L Mr J Starkie
9F Miss A Aukland
9D Miss D Turner
9H Mr A Kelly
9G Miss K Blow
For any academic, social or other matters please contact Mrs Rowlinson, Learning Director, by telephoning 01244 550217 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 9 Full Report and Progress Evening
On Tuesday 27th February 2018 Parents and Carers will receive a full report and important information about their child’s progress and the optional subjects for Key Stage 4.
The Year 9 Progress Evening is on Thursday 8th March 2018 (4.30pm – 7.00pm). We will explain the individual learning pathways available in Key Stage 4 and there will also be an opportunity to meet with Mrs Preston, Tutors and subject teachers during the evening.
Key Stage 4 Prospectus Click on this link to view the prospectus for courses in Key Stage 4 in current Key Stage 4. We will provide you with a version for 2018 – 2020 in March.
We aim for full attendance in Year 9 and ask Parents and Carers to avoid taking holidays in term time so that students do not miss out on learning opportunities. Every lesson counts at Elfed High School.
Year 9 students are welcome to come to Study Club in the Library from 8.30am to 8.50am and from 3.30pm to 4.00pm.
Year 9 students are welcome to come to the Dining Room between 8.15am and 8.50am for Get Started Club. There are snacks and drinks available for your breakfast. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet up with new friends and to have some support with learning and completing homework tasks.
Homework timetable for Key Stage 3
In Year 9 students should spend up to 30 minutes on each subject each week. Information about homework is recorded in the student planner.
They should also spend at least 15 minutes reading every day. The Reading Log helps record what has been read.
We are keen to praise and reward our students with Vivo reward points for full attendance, punctuality and outstanding achievements. Parents and Carers can log on to their child’s on line account by using personal Vivo log in details. Please contact the Vivo Shop for further information about this scheme.