Here in the Sixth Form we feel it is vital to not just allow our students the possibility of leaving after 2 years with good A Level results, but we want to provide them with pastoral information to help support their lives.
We use our tutor times and assemblies to be able to deliver a lot of this. Since September we have had a long list of outside agencies who have been kind enough to visit and talk to our Year 12 and 13 students in our Tuesday morning assembly slot.
Preferred Entry Requirements - More than anything else, this qualification requires a high level of personal initiative, responsibility and motivation. It is intended for students applying for higher education. In particular, we are looking for students with: a strong academic record and potential; the ability to think about topics in unusual or original ways; the ability to plan and manage their school work and extra-curricular activities; high aspirations for their future.
It was my absolute pleasure to spend two days this week dropping in to a whole range of Year 12 and 13 lessons. The quality of work that is being produced by students and the commitment of staff in planning lessons and providing feedback to students is clear. Here are some outstanding examples of Sixth Form work I wanted to share with you.
We had an amazing Year 13 assembly this morning with a real buzz of excitement.
With the GCSE and exam season only 8 weeks away (8.5.17) we wanted to motivate and support the Sixth Form students about revision and stress the importance of preparation for success.
Congratulations to Sprowston's Prize Winners and Inspirational Speech from ex-Sixth Form student Billie Bell
Last week we were proud and privileged to welcome back Sprowston's brightest and best students for our annual Prize Winners Celebration Ceremony. We were lucky enough to be joined not only by many of last years GCSE and A Level students, their families but also by Billie Bell whose speech was simply inspirational.