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Supporting your daughter's future
Online guidance is available from www.parentalguidance.org.uk to support parents with helping their daughters' career planning.
In addition, the Government Equalities Office has produced a guide called 'Your daughter's future' to help parents to support their daughters' careers and educational choices. Please use the link at the bottom of this page to read this guidance.
Please support our high standards by ensuring that your daughter is wearing correct school uniform:
This is compulsory for Years 7-11 and in all circumstances girls must maintain a smart appearance. All uniform should be named.
- Plain navy or black coat. Coats with logos or made of denim or leather or look like leather are not acceptable.
- Navy four-gore skirt – just above the knees.
- White open necked blouse with slit at the side of the hem in Year 7 to Year 10.
- Navy pullover with V shaped neck with school colours at neck, cuff and welt.
- School purse as stocked by school uniform suppliers – optional.
- School lanyard purchased from school is advisable.
- Plain black shoes should be worn in school.
- No boots, trainers or trainer style shoes may be worn in school.
- Shoes should be one colour, with no logo.
- Canvas shoes should not be worn.
- Socks should be knee length navy or black.
- Tights should be plain black, not patterned.
- Tracksuit with school crest. *
- Games blouse – Sky blue trutex games blouse with namy collar and trim and school crest. *
- Games skort – Navy blue stretch skort (skirt and shorts combined) with school crest. *
- Yellow knee-high games socks.
- White trainers.
- Navy pump-bag. *
All items marked * must be embroidered with pupil’s full name:
- on left-hand side of opening on the blouse.
- on the outside of the skort, on the bottom right.
- on outside of pump-bag.
- on left-hand side of tracksuit top and below waistband front right-hand side of bottom.
All other items require a name-tag to be sewn in securely. Please ensure you have all items ready for the start of the Autumn Term.
In the interests of safety and general good order around the school, the following points must be adhered to:
- Long hair must be tied back during school hours
- Jewellery may not be worn, except for a gold or silver stud I the lobe of the ear and a wristwatch. This jewellery must be removed for PE. If a choice is made to pierce ears, they will take 5-6 weeks to hear. Ear piercing must be done at the start of the summer hlidays as all earrings must at all times be removed in PE lessons.
- Earrings of different colours are not allowed to be worn.
- Make-up may not be worn in Year 7-11.
- No hair gel or dye of any kind may be worn. Hair must be one colour. Hair braided with different colours is not acceptable.
- Nose, tongue, lip and eyebrow studs are not permitted.
- Only telescopic umbrellas must be used.
- No pouches to be used but a school bag large enough to carry books safely is required.
- Skirts must be worn appropriately.
Clive Mark 4/5 Three Shires Road
Tel: 0121 429 4244
Other branches at: Coventry Rd, Sheldon
Poplar Rd, Kings Heath
B’ham Rd, Wylde Green
Gogna Schoolwear 67/69 Rookery Road
Tel: 0121 523 5572
Mansuri School 6 High Street
Uniform Company Kings Heath
To help you to support your daughter's progress in school, the home learning timetables for each year group are given below.
Grades and Targets
Please use the link below to see an explanation of what your daughter's grades mean.
Targets are a reflection of a student's potential and are based on Key Stage 2 prior attainment. There is the opportunity to review the target grade during the year, but a target must never be moved down.
After every assessment point, the teacher will provide a predicted grade for each student in their subject. The predicted grade is based on the evidence from their current performance. Unlike their target grade, a predicted grade can change depending on the students’ performance on the current assessment.
There is an information evening each September to help parents to understand how we use grades and targets. However, if you have any questions about their daughter's grades and targets, please feel welcome to ask us.