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The improvement of Teaching, Learning and Assessment to support students to achieve their full potential has been a priority since the last inspection.
There is a good Maths and English focus across all teachers with opportunities to embed learning exploited frequently.
Structured support is in place for NQTs to ensure that they are able to develop and thrive.
Internal standardisation of feedback and grading took place early in the autumn term to ensure consistency and fairness with lesson judgement.
Cadbury College will undergo an Ofsted inspection, week commencing 5th March 2018 and both the College and the inspectors would value your views and input.
We would be most grateful if you would complete the Learner View questionnaire to help us understand how well we support our learners to ensure they fulfil and exceed their potential.
Please click on the link below and follow the instructions to complete the questionnaire.
Learner view: https://learnerview.ofsted.gov.uk/
A high priority was given by leaders and managers to English and mathematics and this was rewarded by high levels of achievement in Maths and strong progression in English.
The College has a clear and comprehensive policy for the provision of English and maths.
The strategic priority given to the provision of English and maths in order to ensure that learners improve compared to their starting points is high. 4.5 hours are allocated each week for direct teaching and emphasis is placed on embedding these subjects across the wider curriculum.
For its size, Cadbury has a sizable team consisting of Designated Safeguarding Lead and three deputies, all trained to Level 3.
All policies relating to Safeguarding and Prevent have been recently reviewed and approved at the appropriate level.
The lead Governor for Safeguarding remains Hifsa Haroon-Iqbal. She is highly qualified and experienced and provides training and consultancy services to other education providers in relation to Safeguarding and Prevent.
Governors are encouraged to undertake Level 2 training via the College’s on-line facility.
Lucky students studying A Levels in History and Politics descended on London recently to visit the historic Houses of Parliament. 45 students took advantage of the opportunity to bring their courses to life by looking behind the scenes at the home of British power and law making.
Cadbury Sixth Form College wishes to appoint a part-time (0.8fte) Teacher of Health & Social Care, initially on a fixed term contract to August 2018.
Health & Social Care is a popular subject within the College, and we currently offer a range of BTEC L3 and CTEC L2 qualifications.
Please see the full job description, person specification and further information for more details of this post.
Successful candidates will be placed on the appropriate point of the Sixth Form Colleges’ Pay Spine for teaching staff range from £22,937 to 38,364 pro rata to 0.8fte.
Please note that applications must only be submitted using a Cadbury College Application Form. We are unable to accept applications made by personal cv or generic application form, and any applications received in this manner will not be forwarded for shortlisting.
On Saturday 19th November 2017, Law students from Cadbury Sixth Form College visited Birmingham Crown Court and took part in the Bar Mock Trial Competition 2017. Law students triumphed in all 3 rounds, beating other sixth forms and colleges. Students, who received mentoring support from a Birmingham barrister, were given outstanding feedback from three judges who presided over the competition. Students took on roles of barristers and witnesses and presented their cases against other sixth forms and school.
Backed by charitable organisation the Citizenship Foundation, the annual advocacy competition saw the Kings Norton based sixth form beat other local sixth forms and colleges.
Devised by Drama and Performance students at The University of Worcester, Bad Connection seeks to reflect upon our fragmented modern landscape of digitalised social communication. Ensnaring our impatience with another addictive box set, condensing the power of public debate into a re-tweet and silencing "Hello" into a “swipe right”.
How much of your life do you entrust to your phone? There are calendar Apps to fill up your days, health Apps to fix up your body and endless entertainment Apps to burn out the wasted time between. Not to mention the black hole of social media.
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