LSS Head Students 2021- 2022

LSS Head Students 2021/2022



In September eight members of Year 13 were appointed as Head Students. They are responsible for running the senior prefect team which is made up of over ninety students. They are in charge of day to day duties as well as coordinating teams of prefects in a wide range of roles such as, the charity team, student services, mentoring lower school students to name just a few.

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Freddie, Marsh, James Wong, Rupert Moule, Seth Ramsey, Michael Deery, Francesca Hallam, Samren Reddy and Clare Deery

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Psychology

Now a well-established subject at Lawrence Sheriff, Psychology is the study of the brain and behaviour. It seeks to understand why people act the way they do, from researching the reasons behind criminal behaviour, to understanding dementia. 

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Psychology prepares students for a range of careers, whether that is specifically within the field of Psychology (for example, Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology or Sport Psychology) or related areas such as Management, Marketing, or even Law. Psychology teaches students to understand the wide range of factors that can influence people, while also helping them to grasp competing arguments and use evidence critically- skills that are useful in a wide range of careers.

Year 10 & Year 11 Psychology
Exam Board: Edexcel
Code: 1PS0
Website: https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/psychology-2017.html
Assessment: Two exam papers worth 55% and 45% respectively.
Topics:
Paper 1
Paper One is divided into five compulsory topic areas, which will be covered during the first year of the course (Year 10). These topic areas are:

1. Development- how do you develop?

2. Memory- how does your memory work?

3. Psychological problems- how would psychological problems affect you?

4. The brain and neuropsychology- how does your brain affect you?

5. Social influence- how do others affect you?

Paper 2
Paper Two comprises of five optional topics, and students must cover two of these. The options we will cover are given below, and these will be covered during the second year of the course (Year 11).

1. Criminal Psychology- why do people become criminals?

2. Sleep and dreaming- why do you need to sleep and dream?

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In addition to this, students must cover research methods, and this will be integrated throughout the course. The remainder of the time in Year 11 will he dedicated to issues and debates that relate to the course as a whole, revision, and exam technique.

Practicals:
While students do not need to complete set practicals, they must be able to describe/explain how they would test a certain idea, or set up a certain study. Therefore students will gain experience of running their own studies throughout the course, and particularly making design decisions. 

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Post-16 Psychology

Please see the sixth form handbook for more information. 

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School Absences

In the event that you wish to report a current or future absence for your son (eg sickness absence, medical appointment) please do so using the email links below. 

If you are considering requesting a holiday during term-time for exceptional reasons, please use the Leave of Absence form please click here

 

Years 7-11  please email attendance@lawrencesheriffschool.com

 

Sixth form please email  sixthform.absence@lawrencesheriffschool.com

 

Additional Information regarding student absence please click here

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Statutory Website Information

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Statutory Website Information

 

September 2021

Contact information
Mrs Lorraine Batchelor
Lawrence Sheriff School
Clifton Road, 
Rugby.
Warwickshire.
CV21 3 AG

Telephone: 01788 542074/843700
Email: contact@lawrencesheriffschool.com

Head teacher
Dr Kent

Chair of the Governing body
Mrs Sue Peach
Contact via the school contact@lawrencesheriffschool.com

SENco
Mrs Wall
Becca.wall@lawrencesheriffschool.com

Designated Safe-guarding Lead
Mr I Chislett
Deputy Designated Safe-guarding leads
Ms Temple
Mrs Anna Carr 

  
Academy information
The name of the academy trust together with the company number, registered office can be found under the academy information section of the website and within the Annual report. These can be found by clicking on the links below:

http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/about-us/academy-information
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/about-us/self-evaluation/annual-reports

 Admission arrangements
a.         School admissions policy:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)
This includes information regarding the admission of students with SEN or a disability.
b.         More information can be obtained from the Warwickshire local authority website
https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/applying-secondary-school-place
http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/schooltravel
http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals             
 

School Ofsted reports 
School Ofsted reports can be found by clicking on this link: 
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/self-evaluation/ofsted

Most recent KS 2 results
Not applicable

Most recent KS 4 results
These can be found by clicking on this link:
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/exams/exam-downloads

As soon as the information for the most recent examination series is published in the School
Performance Tables they will be added to the school website.

Destinations data can be found on the government school performance page.

Most recent KS5 results
These can be found by clicking this link:
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/exams/exam-downloads

As soon as the information for the most recent examination series is published in the School
Performance Tables they will be added to the school website.

Destinations data can be found on the government school performance page.

  
School Performance tables
The link to the school performance tables can be found on the government website:
https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/141277


School Curriculum Information
1.         School curriculum information can be found in the curriculum policy:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)
Further detail about what is taught in each subject in each year can be found in Department information in the Curriculum area (Parents and Students/Curriculum) of our website homepage:
 
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/welcome 
2.         Information about our post 16 curriculum can be found in the Sixth Form Prospectus:
Lawrence Sheriff Sixth Form Course Guide 2020 by FSE Design - Issuu
Further information can be obtained by contacting the school directly. 

Remote Learning Policy
Please find the remote learning policy by clicking the link to the policies section of the school website;
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

Behaviour Policy
School Behaviour policy can be found by clicking this link:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

Exclusions Procedure
The Exclusions Policy can be found by clicking this link.
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

Pupil Premium
Details of the school’s pupil premium allocations, use and impact on attainment can be found by clicking this link:
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/self-evaluation/pupil-premium

Charging and remissions
Details of the school’s charging and remissions can be found by clicking this link:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

SEN Policy
School SEN policy can be found by clicking this link:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

This also contains details of our provision for those with disabilities, EHC and for whom English is an additional language. 
 
Further information can also be found in the SEND Information Report
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

This also details how to make to make a complaint, should it be needed, about the SEN provision made by the school.

Further information can be found at:
http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/send
https://www.family-action.org.uk/what-we-do/children-families/sendias/warwickshire-parent-partnership-service/

Careers
Head of careers: Amanda Warde
Contact information: amandawarde@lawrencesheriffschool.com 
01788 843700

Information about the careers programme can be found at:
Careers and Work Experience
This also contains our provider access statement
 
School ethos and values
School ethos and values can be found by clicking this link:
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/about-us/values-and-ethos

Complaints procedures
School complaints procedures can be found by clicking this link:

School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

Equality Duties
School Equality Duties Policy
School Equality Duties: school objectives
School policy for preventing disabled students and those with other protected characteristics from being treated less favourably than other students can be found by clicking this link:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

Accessibility plan
The accessibility plan can be found by clicking this link:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

RSE policy
The written statement of our relationships and sex education policy can be found here:
Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) policy (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

 Whistle blowing policy
The Whistle blowing policy can be found by clicking this link to the policies section of the school website:
School Policies (lawrencesheriffschool.net)

Governor information
Details regarding structure of the school governing body can be found at:
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/lss-governors/governing-body

Further information can be found in the Annual report and Financial statements:
http://www.lawrencesheriffschool.net/about-us/self-evaluation/annual-reports

 Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017 requires the following information to be published

Table 1
Relevant union officials

What was the total number of your employees who were relevant union officials during the relevant period?

Number of employees who were relevant union officials during the relevant period

Full-time equivalent employee number

2

2


Table 2
Percentage of time spent on facility time

How many of your employees who were relevant union officials employed during the relevant period spent a) 0%, b) 1%-50%, c) 51%-99% or d) 100% of their working hours on facility time?

Percentage of time

Number of employees

0%

0

1-50%

2

51%-99%

0

100%

0



Table 3
Percentage of pay bill spent on facility time

Provide the figures requested in the first column of the table below to determine the percentage of your total pay bill spent on paying employees who were relevant union officials for facility time during the relevant period.

First Column

Figures

Provide the total cost of facility time

£1737.63

Provide the total pay bill

£4000023

Provide the percentage of the total pay bill spent on facility time, calculated as:

0.04%



Table 4
Paid trade union activities

As a percentage of total paid facility time hours, how many hours were spent by employees who were relevant union officials during the relevant period on paid trade union activities?

38.89%






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