Post 16 students develop further their understanding of Respect, Resilience and Responsibility through both their curriculum lessons and during non-taught sessions. We aim to give you the opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to achieve your goals and make the next step on your educational journey.
Our vision is to develop a thriving and growing Sixth Form where you will be educated in a fully supportive and dynamic environment. We aim to include all of you in all aspects of Sixth Form life, in an atmosphere in which is mutual respect and education is highly valued. You would not only play a full part in your education but also in the wider aspects of education, by playing a full role in the school. You would aspire to do your best and reach your potential at whatever level.
- To provide you with the opportunity to improve your levels of academic and/or vocational attainment
- To develop your sense of responsibility and to encourage you to contribute to the school community in as many ways as possible
- To give you opportunities to take part in a wide variety of activities, e.g. music, drama, sport, mentoring, paired reading, Student Leadership Committee
- To provide a platform from which you can progress on the world of work or Higher Education.
- To give you the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to set yourselves demanding targets and the determination to achieve them.
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Key Dates Sixth Form 2021-2022
23rd September: Welcome to Year 7 evening and Prefect Picnic
7th October: Post 16 Census submission
15th October: UCAS deadline for Oxbridge and Medics – early entry applications
21st October: Initial Review report sent home to parents
21th October: Post 16 Options Event – daytime marketplace, virtual presentations
2nd November: Year 13 Consultation evening
10th November: Talk the Talk Oracy Event for Year 13 Students
12th November: Deadline for Post 16 expression of interest forms – Internal and external
24th November: Learn to Live Driver Safety for Year 12
16th December: Year 12 Progress check 1 sent home
16th December: Year 13 Progress check 4 sent home
10th December: Deadline for communicating to parents and students – post 16 options interviews
12th January: Post 16 interviews commence – TBC
15th January: Deadline for UCAS applications – TBC as possible this will move to later in January
22nd February: Year 12 Parents Evening
23rd February to 4th March – Year 13 Mocks and study leave
31st March: Year 12 Progress check 2 sent home
23rd May: HE Convention – TBC
24th May: Oxbridge Convention – TBC
27th May: Year 13 last day – TBC
28th May: Oxbridge master classes begin – TBC
6th June: Post 16 Exams commence – all Year 13 students on study leave –TBC
20th June: Year 12 Mock exams and study leave commences – TBC
27th to 29th June: Year 11 Induction and Taster sessions – TBC
7th July: Post 18 pathways day for year 12 – off timetable TBC
7th July: 6-7.30pm: Post 18 pathways evening for parents – Hall – TBC
12th July: Year 12 Progress Check 3 sent home
18th July: Year 12 work experience week