All students in the Sixth Form have a dedicated Tutor they will see twice each day during registration. Tutors are the first port of call for students and will take an active role in supporting students throughout their time in the Sixth Form.
The Education for everyone (EforE) team is committed to giving students the extra support they may need to be successful and independent in their studies. If students have had learning support before they should make a new referral as arrangements students had in the past may not automatically continue in Year 12. Students should complete a referral form and return it to the Education for Everyone office. Students must let the Sixth Form office know if in the past they have had alternative arrangements for examinations such as scribes or extra time.
Being aware of the pressures students face, the Sixth Form is able to offer appointments with a counsellor on the school site. We also have the support of other agencies including Routes, Ansbury and various health agencies.
The 16-19 Bursary Fund is a scheme to help students facing financial hardship to continue in full time education after Year 11.
To qualify, a student must be aged 16 and under 19 on the 31st August at the start of the academic year in which he/she starts a programme of study; they must also be on a full-time programme of study.
Bursary applications have closed for the 2016/17 year and the guide and application form for the 2017/18 academic year will be posted during the first week of May