Year 11 is an important and challenging year for pupils in their life at school. It marks a stage of transition from secondary education to the next level where pupils will start thinking about their future and their long-term goals. Pupils will go onto further education at college and look to take A-levels a vocational course or enrol on an apprenticeship and get straight into the world of work. Year 11 is a stressful year and as always, the Year 11 Guidance Team are here to support your child throughout their final year at Toynbee.
The positive start to the year shows how motivated the pupils are to achieve their personal best and we hope to see continued high levels of progress, attendance, and punctuality. Year 11 pupils are now the role models of the school, and perfect uniform is always expected. Our vision is for Year 11 pupils to leave us equipped with the personal skills and qualifications essential for making a positive impact on their own futures and those around them. These qualities and attributes will enable them to fulfil their individual potential and be prepared for the next stage in their education and lives.
Working together, we will all continue to encourage, support, and help develop these young people in such a way that they can take responsibility for their own learning and aim for the best personal outcomes. I speak on behalf of the complete Year 11 staff team when I say we are committed to supporting our pupils through the coming year and encouraging them to achieve their very own 'Personal Best.
Miss H West