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  • Postes vacants | Lode Heath School

    “There’s a real sense of collaboration here. Staff and students working together, sharing ideas and making things happen. We’re all in it together.” - LHS Staff Member Vacancies This section contains information on any current vacancies along with application forms and guidance. ​ Applications should be sent to: Mrs Birchill PA to Associate Headteacher By Post – Lode Heath School, Lode Lane, Solihull, B91 2HW By email – office@lodeheath.org.uk ​ If you require further information or would like to arrange a visit please contact Mrs Abi Birchill If there are no vacancies listed but you are interested in joining Lode Heath School staff body please get in touch to discuss any exciting opportunities that may be coming up. Trust Application Form Word Format Recruitment Privacy Notice Trust Application Form PDF Format Candidate Information Pack Teaching Vacancies Lead Practitioner Maths Advert Job Description Person Specification Lead Practitioner Science Advert Job Description Person Specification Teacher of PE (Female) Advert Job Description Person Specification Non-Teaching Vacancies DT Technician Advert Job Description Person Specification Cover Manager / Deputy Data and Exams Manager Advert Job Description Person Specification Why Teach at Lode Heath School?

  • Exams | Lode Heath School

    Exams Qualifications – summer 2024 ​ Preparation and Revision Your teachers already have lots of evidence about your performance in each subject – they keep tracking sheets where all your scores and marks to date are recorded. We will spend time: Identifying your strengths and areas for development on content already covered Revising and ‘closing the gap’ on these areas Your grades are in your hands – attendance and engagement are key: ​ To achieve this, you need to attend school every day and engage with your lessons and your teachers and try your very best with all work, assessments, homework and revision set. Teachers will also provide revision materials, homework tasks and after school lessons. ​ Reporting: ​ The pupil report that was sent out last term, which can be found on Synergy, shows Working at Grades (WAGs) for each subject. This provides you with an indication of the grade level a student is working at. Key dates: ​ Thursday 22nd August 2024 – GCSE Results Day Review of Marking: ​ If you are unhappy with your grade on results day, you are able to request us to ask the Exam Board to check for errors and to ensure the process has been followed correctly. This is a post-results review of the original marking, not a re-mark of the paper, and is done to ensure that the mark scheme has been applied correctly. A marking error can occur because of: • an administrative error; • a failure to apply the mark scheme where a task has only a ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answer; • an unreasonable exercise of academic judgement. The awarding body will train its reviewers to conduct reviews of marking accurately and consistently. Reviewers will not re-mark the script. They will only act to correct any errors identified in the original marking. Lastly, we are also here to support you as you prepare for life after Lode Heath. Please don’t forget, we recommend that you make applications to several post-16 providers, so you have a range of offers from them to consider on results day. We have access to independent Information Advice and Guidance and can also provide support on progression routes and related issues. You can contact Mr Davies on gjdavies@lodeheath.org.uk . Find and check the performance of schools and colleges in England Exam Information Year 11 GCSE 2024 Timetable JCQ Preparing to sit your exams JCQ Social Media Information for Candidates JCQ Written Exams Information for Candidates

  • Health and Social Care | Lode Heath School

    Health and Social Care Curriculum Video KS4 Health and Social Care BTEC Technical Award Health and Social Care is an exciting qualification that allows you to explore and develop your knowledge, skills and understanding of the Health, Social Care and the Children & Young People’s Sector. It will give you a real understanding and feel for what it entails to work in these sectors, and it will prepare you for work in a wide range of disciplines. Health and Social Care also involves gaining an in-depth knowledge of human growth and development, including factors which affect them. The knowledge gained will be of great advantage to anyone who would like to work and deal with people. The three components focus on the assessment of knowledge, skills and practices. These are all essential to developing a basis for progression and, therefore, learners need to achieve all components in order to achieve the qualification. The components are inter-related, and they are best seen as part of an integrated whole rather than as totally distinct study areas. Health & Social Year 10 Summer 2024 Health & Social Year 11 Summer 2024

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