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Headteacher Message

Week 2 – ‘It’s not what you do for your children but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings.’


The end of week 2 already and it’s been a great first full week back. I’ve sent a letter to all parents and carers at the end of this week thanking them for their positive partnership at the start of term. It is also a perfect opportunity to remind parents, carers and wider stakeholders of our mission, vision and values at Cams Hill School and how our culture continues to evolve.


High pupil outcomes and the learning and progress journey towards achieving them remain our core focus at Cams Hill School. We have four words, now embedded in our logo, that we use to provide an insight into how we work tirelessly towards pupils achieving the highest possible outcomes.


We want to inspire all pupils so that they develop a curiosity and love of learning; that they enjoy their time here at school. We need to ensure that there is a culture and climate of nurture; that pupils feel cared for and guided along their learning journey. We need to be confident that all pupils are taught effectively so they can achieve the highest possible outcomes. High outcomes, we know, increase post 16 opportunities for our pupils and we aim for them to have as many as is possible. We work tirelessly to ensure all our pupils are given opportunities to excel; to go over and above, to challenge themselves, so that they are well prepared with excellent qualifications for life beyond Cams Hill School.


Please do take the opportunity to read the letter you will have received and indeed to let us know via office@camshill.com if you have not received this communication. Thank you in anticipation of your continued support.


The weekly Headteacher blog contains more informal reflections from the week and is available via the following link camsheadteacher.wordpress.com.


Cams Hill School is thrilled for all our Year 11 pupils who collected their results today. They worked immensely hard with their teachers and support from their parents/carers to ensure the best possible grades could be achieved in a year of real turbulence Nationally within the GCSE assessment system.
2017 is the year when our Year 11 pupils have been taught new specifications in English and Maths and are awarded grades in these two subjects only from 9-1 (9 being the highest grade and well publicised to be higher than an A*). In all other subjects grades remain for this year awarded as A*- G.
In a year where the ‘magic’ number has become a grade 4 identifying a ‘good pass’ in English and Maths, equivalent to a C grade, we are delighted that so many of our pupils at Cams Hill have achieved this ‘gold standard.’
80% of our pupils achieved a grade 9-4 in English and Maths*
86% of our pupils achieved a grade 9-4 in English*
84% of our pupils achieved a grade 9-4 in Maths*
37% of our pupils achieved the EBACC*
Individual Pupil Success Stories - Particular congratulations go to the following top 17 individual pupils who achieved 8 or more 9’s / A*’s or A’s. Unbelievably brilliant results.
Fraser Barrable
12 GCSEs; English and Maths at grade 9 (higher than an A*) and all other subjects at A*!
Vilte Sukyte
12 GCSEs; English and Maths at grade 9 (higher than an A*) and all other subjects at A*!
The following 15 pupils achieved 8 or more excellent results all containing 9s, A*s and A grades (pupils listed in alphabetical order)
Jess Beach;   Toby Chan;   Elliot Chilton;   Steven Cross;   Josie Czura;   Emma Geoghegan;   Caylan Gibbs;   Emily Lai;   Amy Maxwell;   Rohan Micklethwaite;   Lucy Osborn;   Georgia Salmon;   Edie Shipsey;   Anna Suffolk;   Xanthe West.
*Provisional results
We have a strict no helmet, no bike policy.  Pupils who wish to ride to school must wear their cycle helmet on their head (rather than hung on the handlebars or in their bag).  We ask for your support and positive partnership to work with us to ensure the safety of your child if you wish them to ride their bike to school.
All lockers must be emptied before the end of term.  Pupils are responsible for doing this and there will be time allocated on the last day for them.  Padlocks will also need to be removed as we cannot guarantee that pupils will be allocated exactly the same locker for the new academic year.  Lockers that are not emptied will have their padlocks cut and items emptied during the summer holiday so they can be reallocated. 
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  Upcoming dates 
Tuesday 12 September 2017
Year 8: HPV Vaccinations

Wednesday 13 September 2017
Year 11: Hengistbury Head trip
Parent Headteacher Clinic

Thursday 14 September 2017
Year 10&11: GCSE Drama Workshop

Friday 15 September 2017
Year 11: Hengistbury Head trip

Saturday 16 September 2017
Bikeability Training

Sunday 17 September 2017
Bikeability Training

Monday 18 September 2017

Tuesday 19 September 2017
Governors Meeting: Data Evening

Wednesday 20 September 2017
Parent Headteacher Clinic
Acting Academy

Thursday 21 September 2017
Year 11: College Evening
Year 7: Parents Maths Workshop

Friday 22 September 2017

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Shearwater Avenue, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 8AH • Email: office@camshill.com • Phone: 01329 231641
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