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Academic Coaching

We understand that now you are over 16 you need a different kind of support from that you received at school.

  • You are assigned your own Academic Coach who sees you each morning Monday – Thursday
  • They act as your guide and mentor, helping you manage your time and work effectively so that you adjust to the demands of the sixth form
  • They help you write notes, revise, organise your work, meet deadlines, manage coursework and a great deal more
  • They liaise with your parents and ensure they are kept up to date about developments
  • They are responsible for your attendance and are the first person you work with when personal problems affect your work in college

All students have two targets

  • Minimum Expected Grade (MEG).
    • This is given to you when you enrol and is based on your average points score at GCSE. It calculates the minimum that you should be hoping to achieve. four times a year your progress will be assessed against this grade.
  • Aspirational Grade (AG)
    • We have high expectations for all our students and we expect you to achieve more than 75% of people with the same average GCSE points score as you.
    • This mean you will be aiming for your aspiration grade throughout your time at Rutland County College.