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Prospectus

20102011

Neville Lovett

Community School Specialist School for Maths & Computing


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A Message from the Headteacher Learning and Achievement Student Voice - Our School Experience Learning Board of Governors Learning through partnership Learning through opportunity and progression The School Day Neville Lovett Teaching Staff Neville Lovett School Associate Staff RE and assemblies Homework/Rewards and sanctions Extra curricular activities / Enrichment Home school agreement / School absences Parents in partnership Organisation (pastoral) / The curriculum and groupings Inclusion / SEN / Links with other schools / College Term Dates School Uniform School Uniform - PE Kit School Uniform - Outdoor Coats School Uniform ‒ continued Exclusions / Attendance


A Message from the Headteacher Our aim is to be amongst the top 10% best schools in the UK by 2012. We are a friendly, evolving and ambitious school. Our children will be part of a happy, progressive learning environment which will enable them to succeed and achieve. We want to ensure that we are leading in any educational development nationally, but with our children s individual abilities and interests catered for. We aim to work together with parents to meet our children s needs as individuals, to establish relationships which allow learning to be highly eective, and to ensure that our children succeed at the highest possible level. We have personalised the curriculum to meet each child s needs by being inclusive. We care passionately about our children s success and have developed a programme of improvement, which is further raising standards. If we are to succeed in our aim to make Neville Lovett Community School amongst the top 10% of UK schools then partnership with parents is essential. We hope that you will be able to identify these key features when you view or visit us at work. We look forward to developing, improving and strengthening this partnership. Nadine Powrie

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A MESSAGE FROM THE HEADTEACHER

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Learning and Achievement The school is committed to providing outstanding learning experiences in the classroom. Lessons allow students to progress in their learning. Students are engaged and challenged. We promote positive attitudes to learning by developing independent learning. We use stimulating resources including use of new technologies, which are dierentiated as appropriate to the students. All teachers have high expectations of what their students can achieve as we want all our students to reach their full potential during school and beyond, in college, university and the work place.

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LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT

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Student Voice - Our School Experience BRYDIE YEAR 7I am really proud of the levels I have achieved this year. Every Thursday I went to Netball club where I learnt new rules. ANDY - YEAR 9 With some other students we did a presentation to Winchester University about team skills. In order to prepare for this we did a plan and practised it to gain the confidence to deliver to people we don t know. I have had childline training this year to help students with bullying issues. I gained a qualification. Students come and see me at breaktimes and I am able to help them with any problems. JESSICA - YEAR 9 I have done my first GCSE in statistics this year and have completed my options. On a Monday and a Wednesday, which are my favourite days in school and the reason that I love coming to school, I go to the Young Carers Club and we sit, talk and eat lots of biscuits. I get to talk to other Young Carers who go through the same things as me, which really helps. We also do activities together including bowling and picnics. JASMINE - YEAR 10 On a Wednesday I enjoy relaxing at the school badminton club. I like going to homework club regularly, because it gives me confidence in completing coursework. I went and helped out at the Ranvilles school fete as a student ambassador. I enjoyed working with different people that I hadn t met before. This has given me loads of confidence. As an ambassador I often show visitors around the school which I am proud to do.

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STUDENT VOICE - OUR SCHOOL EXPERIENCE

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Learning through creativity and innovation DYNAMIC AND CREATIVE TEACHING We encourage our students to be open minded and to be critical of their own thinking. We want them to be confident.

Learning through challenge We have very high expectations and always aim for achieving beyond expectations. Our students work hard. Most lessons have a positive atmosphere bec ause of students good attitudes to learning and their good relationships with staff. (Ofsted 2008)

Learning through encouragement We develop each individual s confidence to lead and to serve in a changing world. We want them to have empathy and compassion for others.

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LEARNING

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Board of Governors LOCAL EDUCATION AUTHORITY • Mrs E Webb (Chair of Governors) • Mr O W J Hurden • Mrs R Gudgeon

COMMUNITY GOVERNORS • Mrs H Byron • Mr K J Blackmore • Mr W T Phillips • Mrs T A Short (Vice Chair) • Mrs J M Tucker

PARENT GOVERNORS • Mr J Bean • Mrs G Evans • Mrs J Hawksworth • Mr G Rowe

STAFF GOVERNORS • Mrs S Crowe • Mr A Waddington

HEADTEACHER • Mrs N Powrie

CLERK TO THE GOVERNORS • Mrs H Whale

All school policies are held by the Clerk to the Governors, in the School office. For further information please contact Mrs H Whale, Clerk to the Governors: Tel 01329 318003

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BOARD OF GOVERNORS

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Learning through partnership We value each individual and celebrate their achievement. We encourage all our students to be involved in the life of the school and in the wider community. We develop open and mutually supportive relationships with parents. The Headteacher invites 20 parents every month to an informal discussion. The school is eective in developing community cohesion, giving students a good understanding of their local community and of national and international dimensions and makes good use of the extended on-site provision. (Ofsted 2008). Parents and carers are largely supportive of the work of the school. (Ofsted 2008)

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LEARNING THROUGH PARTNERSHIP

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Learning through opportunity and progression Students personal development is good because of the good care and support they receive from sta who know them well. The school has a pleasant atmosphere and the majority of students contribute positively to it as a community. (Ofsted 2008) The academic guidance oered to students has strengths in relation to careers and options. Careers and options guidance is good and involves well-planned work with outside agencies and other educational institutions so that most students go on to further study or work. (Ofsted 2008) Enrichment and extra-curricular activities are a strength, including gifted and talented students. (Ofsted 2008)

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LEARNING THROUGH OPPORTUNITY AND PROGRESSION

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The School Day 8.25

STUDENTS ON SITE

8.40 - 9.05

TUTOR PERIOD

9.05 - 10.05

PERIOD 1

10.05 - 11.05

PERIOD 2

11.05 - 11.25

BREAK

11.25 - 12.25

PERIOD 3

12.25 - 1.25

PERIOD 4

1.25 - 1.55

LUNCH

1.55

MOVE TO NEXT PERIOD

2.00 - 3.00

PERIOD 5

3.00

END OF FORMAL LESSONS

3.10

END OF SCHOOL DAY

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THE SCHOOL DAY

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Neville Lovett Teaching StaямА SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM:

MISS H DYKE BA

PE TEACHER

MRS P FARLEY-PETTMAN BA ENGLISH TEACHER MISS S FIELD B SC

SCIENCE TEACHER

MRS L FOSTER BA

RE TEACHER

MISS H FOX SEC QTS

PE TEACHER

MR D FREEMAN BA

HISTORY TEACHER

MRS J GANGE BA

HEAD OF RE

MR C GEARY B ED

HEAD OF GEOGRAPHY

MRS C GIBSON B SC

SCIENCE TEACHER

MRS C GRANT BA

ART TEACHER

MISS S GUDGEON BA

HEAD OF HISTORY

MS D HAWKINS BA

HEAD OF HOUSE/MFL

MR M HOWELL B ED

MATHS TEACHER

MR N EDWARDS B ED

MR C JONES B SC

HEAD OF TECHNOLOGY

SENIOR TEACHER/INCLUSION

MS S KERENS

FOOD TECHNOLOGY

MRS I LLOYD

MFL TEACHER

MR J O HANLON B ED

HEAD OF DRAMA

MISS H PIPER BA

ENGLISH TEACHER

MRS G RASON BA

SCIENCE TEACHER

MR C RICE BA

HEAD OF MUSIC

MRS F ROBERTSON BA

HEAD OF ART

MRS L SHERWOOD BA

PE

MR E SMITH B ED

MATHS TEACHER

MR T SOUTHEE BA

2ND IN ENGLISH

MR A STEVENS B ED

TECHNOLOGY TEACHER

MS N POWRIE MA ED HEADTEACHER MR A CAMPBELL BA DEPUTY HEADTEACHER MRS L COLEMAN MA ED DEPUTY HEADTEACHER MR I CRANSTONE BA GTP ASSISTANT HEADTEACHER MRS S ASHLEY MA ED ASSISTANT HEADTEACHER

MR T ADEBESIN BA

MATHS TEACHER

MRS M AMEAUX MA

HEAD OF MFL

MRS S ATKINS B SC

HEAD OF SCIENCE

MR D BESWICK BSC

2ND IN SCIENCE

MR G BRADSHAW B SC

SENCO

MRS L BRUNINK D ED

ICT TEACHER

MRS V CAMPBELL B SC

HEAD OF HOUSE/SCIENCE

MR N CLOUTING BA

HEAD OF HOUSE/ENGLISH

MRS H COLEMAN B ED

HEAD OF ENGLISH

MR C COLLINS BA

HEAD OF PE

MRS S CROWE BA MISS A DOYLE BA

GEOGRAPHY TEACHER RE TEACHER

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MS K TURNER B SC

MATHS TEACHER

MR A WADDINGTON BA

HEAD OF HOUSE/TECH

MR N WILLCOCKS B SC

HEAD OF ICT

MRS A WILLIS B ED

HEAD OF MATHS

MRS Y WINSTANLEY B ED IT TEACHER

NEVILLE LOVETT COMMUNITY SCHOOL PROSPECTUS 2010/2011


ALL STUDENTS AT NEVILLE LOVETT COMMUNITY SCHOOL FOLLOW A PROGRAMME OF PSHE. THIS IS DELIVERED BY TUTORS DURING HOUSE PERIOD AND WHOLE SCHOOL DAYS ARE PUT ASIDE TO DELIVER PROGRAMMES OF STUDY.

NEVILLE LOVETT TEACHING STAFF

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Neville Lovett School Associate StaямА MRS P MOORE

HEAD S PA/BUSINESS MANAGER

MRS N MOTH

FOOD TECHNICIAN

MRS K MUNDAY

FINANCE OFFICER

MRS G PAYNE

SCHOOL SECRETARY/ PA TO DHT S

MRS S QUELCH

SCIENCE TECHNICIAN

MR P REED

COVER TEACHER

MRS S REYNOLDS

COVER TEACHER

MRS J RIORDAN

SCIENCE TECHNICIAN

MRS A ROWLANDS

RECEPTIONIST

MS S SAMANI

INCLUSION CO-ORDINATOR

MRS P SINGH

COVER TEACHER

MRS T SKINNER

COVER TEACHER

MRS A STANSFIELD

SCIENCE TECHNICIAN

MRS T STILES

FINANCE OFFICER/ MERRYFIELDS

SN CO-ORDINATOR

MRS J STOKES

STUDENT SERVICES/LSA

LSA

MS N STRONG

COMMUNITY CO-ORDINATOR

MRS S JONES

LSA

MRS J STUBBS

FINANCE MANAGER

MRS S JUPP

LIBRARIAN

MR C TAIT

TECHNICIAN

MRS S KELLY

ALTERNATIVE CURRICULUM CO-ORD

MR J TIBBITTS

IT TECHNICIAN

MRS L WALKER

FINANCE ASSISTANT

MRS A WEBB

LSA

MRS H WHALE

CLERK TO GOVS/EXCLUSIONS SEC

MRS S BOLTON

ART TECHNICIAN

MRS H BOYTON

TECH TECHNICIAN

MS J BYE

INTERVENTION CO-ORD

MRS A-M COGHLAN

ASSISTANT HEAD OF HOUSE

MRS A COLLINS

LSA

MRS S COOPER

LSA

MRS W DAWKINS

LSA

MRS S DWYER

COVER TEACHER

MRS L EDWARDS

LSA

MRS J FIRTH

LSA

MRS D FLETCHER

LSA

MRS E GILFORD

LSA

MISS J HARDY

DISPLAY TECHNICIAN

MRS L HATCH

SN ADMIN

MRS J HEMMINGS

REPROGRAPHICS

MRS J HINKS

LSA

MRS S HOGGARTH MRS J JAMES

MRS H KENNEDY

SENIOR FIRST AIDER

MRS J KNOWLES

ATTENDANCE OFFICER

MRS M MATTHEWS

STUDENT SERVICES

MRS P MCNAMARA

ADULT EDUCATION CO-ORD

MRS A WILSON

EXAMS OFFICER

MRS J MOLYNEAUX

ASSISTANT HEAD OF HOUSE

MRS C WINGATE

LSA

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NEVILLE LOVETT SCHOOL ASSOCIATE STAFF

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RE and assemblies RE is studied by all students throughout their 5 years at Neville Lovett. This culminates in every student having the opportunity to gain a GCSE qualiďŹ cation in RE at the end of Year 11. House assemblies take place every week at Neville Lovett Community School. Students partake in one assembly a week and these are based around the schools Thought for the week . Occasionally students will come together as a Year group when either outside speakers are invited in, or important information needs to be communicated to a particular Year group e.g. Pathway choices, Further Educational establishment visits, Careers etc.

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RE AND ASSEMBLIES

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Homework Homework is a vital part of secondary education. It helps students practise skills and apply knowledge they have learned in lessons as well as develop good habits of private study. It also gives parents the chance to support what their children are doing in school. Students are expected to do homework every night of the school week. Every student has a homework timetable. Homework will be set to this timetable and it can be found on our VLE. The library is open at break, lunch and after school for students to complete homework and research.

Rewards and sanctions Neville Lovett Community School expects that students will know how to behave. We operate a chance, warning, action procedure in the classroom and encourage good learning and behaviour through our system of rewards, given for good work, social responsibility and improvement. Rewards are celebrated by special events and prizes. We promote positive approaches to learning and seek to reinforce students good behaviour and learning by using both praise and the school stamp system, which ultimately rewards the student if they gain a certain percentage throughout the term and year.

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HOMEWORK/REWARDS AND SANCTIONS

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Extra curricular activities / Enrichment There is a great commitment in providing a wide range of extra-curricular activities, both academic and sporting, at Neville Lovett Community School. These include activities in Physical Education, Art, ICT, Music, Maths, Science, Drama and many others. In addition, after school study support is provided by many departments. These extra-curricular activities play a significant part in enhancing students personal development, building their confidence, developing their skills and keeping students active. Many enrichment activities take place throughout the year in which students can go out on day trips as well as residential experiences. These include Year 7 summer camp; Year 8 trip to Chateau Beaumont; Geography trips; Year 10 Battlefields trip and Aim Higher trips for Years 7 to 10 at The Solent University to name but a few.

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AS A PARENT, I HAVE MUCH TO THANK NEVILLE LOVETT COMMUNITY SCHOOL FOR. MY SON HAS DEVELOPED INTO A CONFIDENT, WELL-EDUCATED YOUNG MAN, READY FOR THE NEXT STAGE OF HIS EDUCATION PARENT OF YEAR 11 STUDENT

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES / ENRICHMENT

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Home school agreement The home school agreement can raise standards and contribute to the schools effectiveness by enhancing partnerships between parents, students and teachers. The home-school agreement provides a framework for the development of such a partnership. The processes involved in introducing and reviewing the agreement will clarify what the school is trying to achieve, and the agreement will set out the role of the school, parents and students in this vital partnership. A copy of the home-school agreement can be found on our website.

School absences When a student is absent parent(s)/carers are requested to telephone the school office on each day of the absence. The school will try to contact parent(s)/carers on the first day of absence if they have not heard from them. If this is not possible and the school has not made contact, a note giving reasons for the absence should be given to the form tutor on the student s return. A notifi cation of reasons is required within ten working days of the first day of absence. It is also requested that family holidays are not taken during term time. Any request for absence for holidays should be made before booking. A holiday request form is available from student services and should be returned to the school office. A decision will then be made by the Headteacher as to whether the holiday will be authorised or not.

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HOME SCHOOL AGREEMENT/SCHOOL ABSENCES

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Parents in partnership Success in the education of children depends, at least in some part, on the involvement of their parents. If a student sees that their parents are enthusiastic about education, they are far more likely to view their schooling in a positive light, and be more receptive to learning. To this end, you should be seen as vital partners in a student s education, as not only can you help in making sure homework is in on time and in giving a student vital coaching and advice out of school hours, but you also determine your child s home environment, where they spend much of their time. Engaging and working with parents is one of the most vital parts of providing children with an excellent education. We at Neville Lovett Community School will work in a partnership with you the parent, in ensuring that your child achieves their full potential during their secondary education. This partnership can be clearly seen by viewing the home school agreement that can be found on our website.

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PARENTS IN PARTNERSHIP

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Organisation (pastoral) Within our pastoral care structure, students are given information, advice and guidance in year tutor groups. Students needs are well known and there are good systems for supporting and guiding their personal development. (Ofsted 2008)

The curriculum and groupings Our curriculum seeks to bring out the potential of everyone. It is reviewed regularly as we recognize that one year group may differ from another one. In the first two years students follow a broad curriculum which includes the full range of subjects. Students are grouped across the ability range and a focus on learning and thinking underpins the subject content. As students progress through and beyond year 9, examination courses are started allowing students to access level 2 qualifications such as GCSEs and BTECs. Students are set on ability during these three years.

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ORGANISATION (PASTORAL)/THE CURRICULUM AND GROUPINGS

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Inclusion/SEN Every child matters. Through the curriculum and the pastoral care system it is our belief that everyone should reach or exceed their potential. Students with special needs are supported in their curriculum choices and in developing their literacy. We support students with hearing impairment and they make good progress as a result of the eective support they receive. (Ofsted 2008)

Links with other schools/College We have built strong links with Fareham College and several students follow courses there. We believe it is important that students look beyond their local surroundings and so we have links with St Francis Special School and students have made contacts with others across the county such as Bohunt School.

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NEVILLE LOVETT IS A FANTASTIC PLACE. IT OFFERS YOU LOADS OF OPPORTUNITIES LIKE GOING TO UNIVERSITY FOR THREE DAYS YEAR 10 STUDENT.

INCLUSION/SEN/LINKS WITH OTHER SCHOOLS/COLLEGE

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Term Dates TERM DATES: AUTUMN TERM SPRING TERM SUMMER TERM

0 6 T H SEPTEMBER 2010 - 17 T H DECEMBER 201 0 0 4 T H JANUARY 2011 - 08 T H APRIL 201 1 26 T H APRIL 2011 - 2 7 T H JU LY 201 1

HALF-TERMS: OCTOBER FEBRUARY MAY

25 T H OCTOBER 2010 21 S T FEBRUARY 2011 3 0 T H M AY 2011

- 29 T H OCTOBER 201 0 - 2 5 T H FEBRUARY 201 1 - 03 RD JUNE 201 1

INSET DAYS: • • • • •

06 T H 0 7 TH 1 8 TH 0 4 TH 2 7 TH

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S E P T EMBER 2010 S E P T EMBER 2010 O C T O BER 201 0 J A N U ARY 201 1 MAY 201 1

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TERM DATES

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School Uniform Students are expected to wear the full school uniform and to be clean and tidy at all times. Garments should be of an appropriate size. BOYS UNIFORM • Red polo shirt emblazoned with school logo • Black uniform V necked jumper or sweatshirt with the school logo. • Black trousers - not cord or denim. • Grey, black or white socks - sports socks will be permitted as long as they only have bands of colour at the top. • Plain black shoes, not boots or trainers. GIRLS UNIFORM • Red polo shirt emblazoned with the school logo • Black uniform V necked jumper or sweatshirt with the school logo. • Black school skirt of a suitable style and sensible length (ie no very long or very short skirts). • Grey, black or white socks - knee length or ankle socks. • Or Grey, black or neutral tights. • Plain black shoes - heels no higher than 6cm, no stilettos, no boots, trainers or open toed shoes. • Girls may wear tailored black trousers - not cord or denim.

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SCHOOL UNIFORM

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School Uniform - PE Kit BOYS PE KIT • Black rugby shirt.* • Black shorts.* • Black football socks.* • Optional - a plain black or navy tracksuit. • Trainers and boots. • Plain white short sleeved polo shirt. GIRLS PE KIT • Black shadow stripe shorts. • Plain white T shirt or plain white short sleeved polo shirt. • White socks. • Trainers. • Optional - a plain black or navy tracksuit.

Items * may be purchased from school. All Items can be purchased from Skoolkit in Fareham. The wearing of personally designed mouthguards is recommended as a valuable means of protection when taking part in rugby or hockey activities. Please note no other items of sportswear may be worn.

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SCHOOL UNIFORM - PE KIT

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School Uniform - Outdoor Coats Outdoor coats are worn throughout the day as students move between teaching blocks. It is essential therefore that the style of coat worn by a student is in keeping with our formal school uniform. Outdoor garments must therefore: •

be a recognisable coat rather than an alternative casual garment such as a training top, hooded sweat top, a sweater or denim jacket. We would expect such a coat to have a zip or set of buttons for the full length of the coat.

be of one predominant colour.

have only a discreet manufacturer s name or logo.

have no pictures/decorations/graphics on the back or front eg names of football teams, bands, pressure groups.

To avoid arguments student must accept the school s judgment on whether a coat is suitable for wearing around the school site.

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SCHOOL UNIFORM - OUTDOOR COATS

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School Uniform - continued HATS AND SCARVES In extremely cold weather a plain black knitted hat may be worn. No other hat including baseball style caps may be worn. Football Scarves must not be worn at any time. TRAINERS Trainers may only be worn at school during PE or Drama Lessons. N.B. As it is contrary to Health and Safety Regulations for students engaged in practical work in any workshop whilst wearing trainers, any students who attends a craft lesson in trainers will not be permitted to take part in any practical aspect of that lesson. HAIR Styles should not be extreme in fashion. No outrageous or unusual colors are permitted. Shaved heads are not acceptable. Students can be sent home if they come to school with a haircut close to their scalp. MAKE-UP Year 11 girls are permitted to wear discreet make up. Girls in all other years will be asked to remove it. Clear or natural coloured nail varnish may be worn by Year 10 and 11 girls. JEWELLERY In general we believe that the wearing of jewellery is not in keeping with a formal school uniform. Items of jewellery can be a safety hazard and security is difficult in the school environment. For these reasons students may only wear: • A watch. • A single chain with religious symbol hidden from view. • Where a student has pierced ears a small plain round stud with no more than one in each ear. Please note that no other jewellery will be allowed. If a student has a pierced eyebrow, pierced nose or other piercing, there is no question of a stud or other item being worn in school at any time.

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SCHOOL UNIFORM - CONTINUED

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Exclusions We have established a zero tolerance approach to all forms of anti-social behaviour, enabling a strong culture of learning and achievement. We will maintain values such as respect, happiness, teamwork, courage, resilience, independence, adaptability and initiative.

Attendance Attendance of pupils to 16.7.10:

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Authorised absences

- 94.5

Unauthorised absences

- 35.5

Total attendance

- 92.9

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EXCLUSIONS/ATTENDANCE

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Neville Lovett

Community School Specialist School for Maths & Computing

HEADTEACHER:

Nadine Powrie MA ED

ADDRESS:

St Anne s Grove, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 1JJ

EMAIL:

adminoďŹƒce@nevillelovett.hants.sch.uk

WEB:

www.nevillelovett.co.uk

TELEPHONE:

01329 318003

FACSIMILE:

01329 284007

Neville Lovett Prospectus 2010/2011  

Neville Lovett Prospectus 2010/2011

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