Welcome Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9:

Welcome Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9:

Welcome Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9: Supporting your Childs Attainment Wednesday 12th September 2018 Mr Hutchings Deputy Headteacher Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Whole school priorities for raising standards are implemented quickly and consistently by all departments. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Vision Every single student to reach and exceed their potential and leave us with the qualifications, skills and attitudes that they need to move on to the next stage of their lives.

Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Highly effective leadership has secured rapid improvements in pupils progress and attendance. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Information and Guidance Evening plan Introduction Raising standards across Key stage 4 Core subjects Maths & Science & English How parents/carers can help Then an opportunity to meet with form tutors Effectiveness of leadership and

management : Outstanding. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Whats different in Year 9 Challenging year first year of GCSE/BTEC (Key Stage 4 KS4) Support and guidance Opportunity Leaders have designed a life skills programme that makes a strong contribution to pupils spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Effectiveness of leadership and

management : Outstanding. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind A time of change: grades, letters, numbers! All should aim for a minimum of: GCSE grade 5 and above (GCSE grade C and above) BTEC Merit and above Pupils respect each other and know how to stay safe. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School:

Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Attendance Matters 100% Blue and Green Average grade 5.5 (Old B and above) 65% got grade 4+ English and Maths 97% - 99.9% 95% - 96.9% 93% - 94.9% Yellow and Orange 4.5 Average grade (Old C and Above) 40% got grade 4+ English and Maths 90% - 92.9% Pink and Red 0% - 89.9% Average grade 3.0 (Old D and below)

20% got grade 4+ English and Maths An attendance of 90% means one day off every two weeks.. Effectiveness of leadership and management : Outstanding. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind 8 week modular cycle There are still five 8 week modules a year. Week 6 in every module will be the examination/assessment week. You will now receive a report every term linked to

modules 1, 3 and 5. (3 times a year) Highly effective leadership has secured rapid improvements in pupils progress and attendance. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Reporting Target grades are only used as a guide only, they are not a cap on what students can achieve Will receive a report every term Leaders have created a harmonious school community that models their approach to teaching pupils about

British values. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9: Raising attainment Wednesday 12th September 2018 Mr Kerr Assistant Headteacher Leadership of the provision for pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is highly effective. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Raising Standards KS4 READY 3 key areas

Attendance. Extra curricular studies (homework/revision). Approach to learning. Safeguarding arrangements are secure. All staff have had antiradicalisation and extremism training. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind What is ATL? The Termly report will also give an Approach to Learning (ATL) Score This is a numerical score

between 1-5 The arrangements for safeguarding are highly effective. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Each subject gives an ATL grade each term. Each pupil will be given an overall ATL zone. Governance is outstanding. The governing body provide a high level of challenge and support to school leaders. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind

Approach to Learning (ATL) Average grade 6.5 85% got grade 4+ English and Maths (no retakes) Average grade 4.5 55% got grade 4+ English and Maths (no retakes) Average grade 3.5 (old D grade) 32% got grade 4+ English and Maths (no retakes) Average grade 3.0 (old D grade) 26% got grade 4+ English and Maths (no retakes) Effectiveness of leadership and management : Outstanding. Ofsted 2016 Average grade 2.0 (E and below) 15% got grade 4+ English and Maths (no retakes) Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind

Homework KS4 As a school we believe that one of the keys to success in your subjects is independent learning. To facilitate this each module the all GCSE and BTEC subjects will publish a core knowledge booklet containing key information about each subject. Students at Marriotts are expected to independently learn and retain the information in these booklets. This is to help: Build Knowledge Retention Develop Skills Exam Success Highly effective leadership has secured rapid improvements in pupils progress and attendance. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Homework KS4 Teachers will test how much students have learnt and understood through a

variety of activities. These may include mini tests, homework activities, worksheets, or essays. To help students succeed there are 5 Key Steps we want to encourage Highly effective leadership has secured rapid improvements in pupils progress and attendance. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind English, Year KS4 Word Classes Common noun names of anything that is not a proper noun. (e.g. boy, table, bottle)

Proper noun name of specific things, places and people that begin with capital letters. (e.g. Ben, Paris, London) Abstract noun name of a quality/idea/state that is not concrete i.e. you cannot smell it/ hear it/ taste it/ touch it/ see it. (e.g. truth/danger/love) Pronouns Replaces a noun (e.g. he, she, it, they) Adjectives Used to modify or describe a noun. (e.g. My mother is Sentence Types

Persuasive Writing imperative Use these persuasive devices throughout your writing Imperative sentences issue commands or requests or they can express a desire or wish. declarative Declarative sentences make a statement to relay information or ideas. exclamatory Exclamatory sentences express strong emotion, and always end in an exclamation

mark, so its pretty easy to spot them. interrogative Interrogative sentences always ask a question and end in a question mark Alliteration Facts Opinion Rhetorical Question Emotive Language Statistics Triples Personal Pronouns Anecdote Conditional Clause Keep repeating Verb

write, read, run, hate) Imperative verbs Type of verb used to command or order (e.g. Stop! You must sit down!) Modal verbs Type of verb used to suggest doubt or uncertainty (e.g. could sing, would dance, might read) Auxiliary verbs Helping verbs that tell us the mood or tense of a verb (e.g. be, do, have: the paint is dripping; he would have run the race). All modal verbs must be followed by an auxiliary verb (have).

Adverbs how/when/where. Adding extra information to verbs Sentence Structures Simple Includes: a sentence consisting of only a verb and a noun. (one clause) (E.g. Charlie went to the shop) Compound Includes: two independent clauses which are joined with a connective. (E.g. Charlie went to the shop and he walked his dog). Complex

Incudes: one independent clause, one dependant clause and a conjunction. (E.g. Although Charlie went to the shop, he still managed to walk his dog). Freytags Pyramid AFORESTPACK beautiful and kind.) a doing or being action. (e.g. Structural Devices Varied Start of Sentences Vary how you start your sentences using

ISPACED Ing words (Tiptoeing) Simile (Like cake in a) Preposition (On the top) Adverb (Hurriedly, he) Conjunction Ed words (Alarmed by the) Dialogue Exposition - setting the scene. The writer introduces the characters and setting, providing description and background. Inciting incident event or decision that sparks the plot. Rising action - Characters are faced with problems and characters must continually overcome problems. Climax - the story reaches a critical turning point. Tension has reached its highest point. Falling action - tension eases and things start to get worked out in the story. Resolution - everything gets worked out and the story ends. Throughout the process of the story, the central character is changed by the experience.

Denouement - The ending. At this point, any remaining secrets, questions or mysteries which remain after the resolution are solved by the characters or explained by the author. Sometimes the author leaves us to think about the THEME or future possibilities for the characters. P1 Energy in the Home Explain how heat energy is transferred in terms of Conduction? Explain how heat energy is transferred in terms of Convection? The electrons in piece of metal can leave their atoms and move about in the metal as free electrons. The parts of the metal atoms leftbehind are now charged metal ions. The ions are packed closely together and they vibrate continually. The hotter the metal, the more kinetic energy these vibrations have. This kinetic energy is transferred from hot parts of the metal to cooler parts by the free electrons. These move through the structure of

the metal, colliding with ions as they go. Liquids and gases are fluids. The particles in these fluids can move from place to place. Convection occurs when particles with a l ot of heat energy in a liquid or gas move and take the place of particles with less heat energy. Heat energy is transferred from hot places to cooler places by convection. Liquids and gases expand when they are heated. This is because the particles in liq uids and gases move faster when they are heated than they do when they are cold. As a result, the particles take up more volume. This is because the gap between particles widens, while the particles themselves stay the same size. Explain how heat energy is transferred in terms of Radiation? The liquid or gas in hot areas is less dense than the liquid or gas in cold areas, so it rises into the cold areas. The denser cold liquid or gas falls into the warm areas. In this way, convection currents that transfer heat from place to place are set up.

All objects give out and take in thermal radiation, which is also called infrared radiation. The hotter an object is, the more infrared radiation it emits. Infrared radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation th at involves waves. No particles are involved, unlike in the processes of conduction and convection, so radiation can even work through the vacuum of space. This is why we can still feel the heat of the Sun, although it is 150 million km away from the Earth. Some surfaces are better than others at reflecting and absorbing infrared radiation. Science, Year KS4 (extract from booklet) Homework Reporting Teachers will grade you 5-1 on your approach to homework 5.Outstanding - Always completed and submitted on time. Homework goes beyond what is expected to further learning 4. Good - Consistently completed and submitted on time

(allow one late submission). Homework is at the expected level to further learning 3. Coasting- Inconsistently completed and/or submitted on time (more than one time late or missed) Homework is below what is expected (bare minimum) 2. Limits Learning - Seldom completed and/or submitted on time. 1. Unsatisfactory No HW completed or submitted Whole school priorities for raising standards are implemented quickly and consistently by all departments. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Homework Rewards and Sanctions Achievement Points given for successful retention task /submission of work Missed HW SIMs enter 1HW Behaviour Point

Teachers to follow up missed HW using existing detention policy. 1. Missed HW Teacher detention 2. Failure to complete Teacher detention Whole School detention Whole school priorities for raising standards are implemented quickly and consistently by all departments. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Homework Exam Success All homework activities are posted on SMHW with clear deadlines for submission. Students will also need to record this in their planner. As a parent you can view this by logging in on a desktop or downloading the app

Look at your childs school books, talk to them about their subjects what have they learned? Whole school priorities for raising standards are implemented quickly and consistently by all departments. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Homework Exam Success Parent/Carer Homework Workshops Wednesday 3rd October 6-7pm Whole school priorities for raising standards are implemented quickly

and consistently by all departments. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9: Science Wednesday 12th September 2018 Mrs McDermott Head of Science Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind How important is it?

Worth at least two GCSEs. 25% of best eight grades. Only get one chance. Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Our GCSE(9-1) Course AQA GCSE(9-1) Combined Science (Trilogy) or AQA GCSE(9-1) Biology AQA GCSE(9-1) Chemistry AQA GCSE(9-1) Physics Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school.

Ofsted 2016 X Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind What are we working towards? Six Science exams. Combined Science 1 hour 15 minutes each. Triple Science 1 hour 45 minutes each. Practical Work No coursework Required practicals are assessed in the exams and must be learnt. Maths Requirements 20% of marks assessing mathematical skills. Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School:

Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind What do the exams involve? Science knowledge Learning knowledge and practicals 40% Science knowledge Weekly testing of knowledge learnt for HW. Application Apply knowledge of science facts and practicals 40% Application Completing exam questions in lessons.

Analysis Analyse, interpret and evaluate given information and data 20% Analysis Carrying out practicals and analysing results. Analysing new information. Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind The knowledge books Each week students have a section of a knowledge sheet to learn. This is tested in class. New knowledge sheets per module

Build on knowledge from KS3. Next year they will receive full knowledge books. One per exam. Contain all of the facts that can be examined. Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9: Mathematics Wednesday 12th September 2018 Mr Whittaker Assistant Headteacher Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school.

Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind GCSE Mathematics Higher Grades 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4 Foundation Grades 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Three written papers: each contributes 33.33% of the final grade. 1 hour 30 minutes per paper. 80 marks on each paper Covering 5 strands; Number, Algebra, Statistics, Geometry and Ratio & Proportion Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind

How you can help your child? In Mathematics students can build their skills over the next few years by: Encouraging them to do the calculations whilst out and about and around the house. Ask them to describe how to answer a question. Encourage them to make flashcards of formulas and regularly test them on these. Encourage them to use Mathswatch and Pixl Maths App. Be positive about Mathematics. It may be difficult at times but perseverance is key. Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind GCSE Mathematics Exam Questions Videos Download Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school.

Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Possible (but not vital) purchases Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Vital Purchase! The Scientific Calculator Casio fx-83gt plus Subject leaders are rapidly leading

change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Supporting your child in English Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9: English Language and Literature Wednesday 12th September 2018 Head of English Ms Rees Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Subject leaders are rapidly leading change in the school. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind AQA GCSE English Language and

GCSE English Literature Paper 1: Explorations in Creative Reading and Writing. 1 Hour 45 Minutes. Section A: Read an unseen literary passage and answer 4 questions. Section B: Create a piece of descriptive or narrative writing. - worth 80 marks - 50% Paper 1: Shakespeare and 19th Century Novel 1 hours 45 minutes Macbeth and A Christmas Carol 64 Marks worth 40% Staff are proud to work at the school, and feel very well supported. Ofsted 2016 GCSE English Language (9-1) Paper 2: Writers viewpoints and

perspectives. 1 Hour 45 Minutes. Section A: Read two unseen non literary passages and answer 4 questions, one of which is comparative. Speaking and Listening Test 10-12 minutes I ndividual task and discussion. Provides a separate grade at Pass/ Merit/ Distinction. Section B: Create a piece of writing to argue, persuade, advise or explain. - worth 80 marks - 50% GCSE English Literature (9-1) Paper 2: Modern Texts and Poetry 2 hours 15 minutes Q 1: Blood Brothers Q 2: Comparison of poems f rom themed

anthology Q 3: Analysis of unseen poem. Q 4: Comparison of the unseen poem to a second unseen poem. 96 Marks worth 60% Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind To begin Until Christmas in Year 9 we teach a bridging unit: A View From The Bridge which helps to develop their understanding of drama and tragedy key elements of the English Literature course. 19th Century Fiction which develops understanding of their prose reading another key element of the English Literature course. Leaders monitoring of teaching is highly accurate and effective. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School:

Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind GCSE English Language Two Exam Papers. Both worth 50% each. Both are split into: Section A: Reading (25%) Section B: Writing (25%) Paper 1: Explorations in Creative Reading and Writing Literary, Fiction based. Will include texts from 20th and 21st Century. Paper 2: Writers Viewpoints and Perspectives Non literary, non fiction based. Will include texts from 19th , 20th and 21st Century and some comparison. Leaders monitoring of teaching is highly accurate and effective. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind

How you can help your child? In English Language students can build their READING skills over the next two years by: Reading a RANGE of fiction and non-fiction from across 19 th, 20th and 21st centuries. Ensure they complete the Unseen Reading Homework every two weeks SMHW. Ensure they complete the Bedrock Learning tasks 2 x 15 minute sessions per week. Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind GCSE English Literature Two Exam Papers all CLOSED book. Paper 1: Shakespeare and 19th Century Novel worth 40%.

Section A: Analyse the presentation of a character, relationship or theme in an extract and relate the play as a whole. Section B: Analyse the presentation of a character, relationship or theme in an extract and relate the novel as a whole. Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind GCSE English Literature Paper 2: Modern Texts and Poetry. Section A: Respond to an essay concerning the presentation of a character, relationship, theme or the use of dramatic

device. Section B: Part A Write a comparison of two of the poems from the anthology. Part B Write an analysis of an unseen poem. Part C- Compare the unseen poem from part B with a unseen poem. Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 new Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind How you can help your child? In English Literature students can build their skills over the next two years by:

Encouraging them to watch a number of versions of Macbeth which we study in March! Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind How you can help your child? In English Literature students can build their skills over the next two years by: Encourage them to use the Knowledge Organisers and learn homework every two weeks. Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016

Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind How you can help your child? GCSE Bitesize Mr Bruff on Youtube Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Possible (but not vital) purchases Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of

substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Workbooks are best! Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Homework IS paying off! In the last 6 months 41% of Year 9 have improved their reading age by MORE than 1 year. And 11% have increased by more than TWO years.

Some have added 4 years! Bedrock, unseen reading, 20 minutes reading and book report are all paying off! Leaders have raised the achievement of pupils through a programme of substantial monitoring and support. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Aiming High and Succeeding in Year 9: Wednesday 12th September 2018 Mr Whittaker Year Leader Leadership of the provision for pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is highly effective. Ofsted 2016

Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind The Year 9 Team Year 9 Raising Standards Leader Mr Kerr Year Leader Mr Whittaker LEFT RIGHT 9A Miss Severn/Mrs G Bedford (E5) 9B Miss L Moore (E4) 9C Mr G Reilly (E6) 9D Miss S Baldock (E3) Pupils say that when they respond to teachers comments, it helps them learn more. Ofsted 2016 9E Mr J Lucy/Miss N Kazi (PE2) 9F Mrs B Radenhausen (PE3)

9GMiss L Presland/Miss L Gavaghan (PE1) 9H Miss R Christodoulou (PE4) Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Open Evening Event Date Open Evening Tuesday 25th September 6-9pm Closes at 1:20 opens, P3 next day opens We ask for the support of all students either as Guides or Subject helpers. All year groups will be invited as guides, you will receive a letter on Friday. Subjects will invite students with a different letter in the following week. It would be great to have a the involvement of all students on the night. They are our greatest asset. Pupils say that when they respond to

teachers comments, it helps them learn more. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Parents Role in Supporting Learning: Attendance Attending school everyday is crucial to the progress of every student and ensures there are no gaps in learning. Each year exam analysis reflects the importance of attendance. Attendance is tracked daily by our attendance team. Information is shared fortnightly with the local authority. To ensure every student is making adequate progress , we do not authorise term time holidays and strongly urge all dental and medical appointments to be made outside of the school day. Good punctuality ensures key messages and learning activities are accessed by every student. ATTEND TO ATTAIN! Teachers use their thorough subject knowledge to plan learning that meets the needs of all groups of pupils. Ofsted 2016

Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Parents Role in Supporting Learning: Healthy Eating Supporting your child at home by providing them with a healthy diet. Water our brains work best with 6-8 glasses of water instead of fizzy or energy drinks. Fresh air, exercise, and most importantly plenty of sleep! The schools work to promote pupils personal development and welfare is outstanding. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind

Parents Role in Supporting Learning: Study Routine Study routine Short bursts of study (30-40 minutes) Using their diary and SMHW to organise study time. Form tutors to also monitor. We will track completion of homework throughout the year. Motivate the student by setting targets and rewards at home to help keep them driven to succeed. Mobile phones, TV, Tablets are not great to revise with as they are a distraction. Please support us in limiting students screen time Pupils feel extremely safe and very well looked after by the schools staff. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind Thank you LEFT RIGHT 9A Miss Severn/Mrs G Bedford (E5)

9B Miss L Moore (E4) 9C Mr G Reilly (E6) 9D Miss S Baldock (E3) 9E Mr J Lucy/Miss N Kazi (PE2) 9F Mrs B Radenhausen (PE3) 9GMiss L Presland/Miss L Gavaghan (PE1) 9H Miss R Christodoulou (PE4) Members of the Senior Team will be available on both corridors to help with any questions or queries. If you wish to speak to a member of the SEND team they will be positioned in the Library to answer any queries. SMHW will be available on the ground floor computer hub for demonstrations. All Tutors to take their form parents to their designated areas. The value of tolerance permeates all aspects of school life, creating a harmonious and inclusive community. Ofsted 2016 Marriotts School: Why go anywhere else! Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind

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