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year 12 Education Evening

Unfortunately, due to the current restrictions relating to COVID-19, we are not able to hold our Lower Sixth Education Evening in the usual manner.  This is an important evening and consequently we have made alternative arrangements to enable you and your son or daughter to participate in this event   Therefore, we shall be producing online versions of the presentations usually given at the evening and they will be available on this web page until Tuesday 6 October. 

Your son or daughter faces a very challenging programme of study during the next two years and, through these presentations we hope to convey helpful strategies to enable them to maximise their progress and achievement at A level.  Historically, the School has enjoyed an excellent record of academic success and we would urge you to watch each presentation with your son or daughter to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the challenges ahead.  

To achieve success at A Level all stakeholders, the School, parents and the student, must be working towards the same goal and the School and parents need to work together to provide support to your son or daughter.  The Sixth Form Pastoral Office (SFPO) looks forward to working with you and please remember that you can contact the SFPO at any time you are concerned about your child's progress.  

Finally, we encourage you to read the Guide to A Level Studies support document which is available as a download from the base of this page.

Video Presentation from the Headmaster

 

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Video Presentation from Mr McGee, Director of Sixth Form Studies

 

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Video Presentation from Mr Wightman, Year 12 Progress Leader

 

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Video Presentation from Year 13 Students Jeffrey Acquah and Chloe Mullin

 

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