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Bursary

Do you have a bursary scheme?

You will be eligible for a small amount of financial support if you are in either in care or you are on free school meals. For 2018/19 this is £10 per week if students meet the requirements of the Home School Agreement e.g. 95%+ attendance. If you think you will be eligible then complete the application form which is available from Student Reception.

The Bursary is only guaranteed for students in care. All other students MUST apply for free school meals and have this given to them by their local council, please go to the relevant website.

You might be eligible for financial support if your family earns less that £15,860. This will be publicised when we know if we have sufficient funds available. Please listen for information from your tutor in your weekly bulletin.

Enrichment Programme

Education is about much more than just your chosen subjects. It is preparation for a successful life. Opportunities will be provided to enable you to:

  • Develop your ability to work and learn independently
  • Take responsibility and provide leadership
  • Develop your ability to work effectively with others
  • Contribute to your local community
  • Develop your knowledge and understanding of a range of issues and subjects not directly offered in your subjects
  • Add qualifications
  • Develop your physical skills
  • There are a range of opportunities for example:
  • Assisting in the Primary School
  • HEAPs (Higher Education Access Programme)
  • SMF (Social Mobility Fund)
  • Boardgame club (including chess)
  • Subject Ambassadors
  • 6th Form Reading Group
  • Teaching older adults in using the WWW.
  • Competitions e.g. debate
  • Sixth Form Committee organises Valentines’ Day, Iftah; dances and talent shows for the Sixth Form
  • Sports Leaders’ Award

Study Time

There are times in the week when you are not in a timetabled lesson. Making effective use of this time is
an important life skill. The times for study are the same as a timetabled lesson.

You may study in the following areas:

  • The Sixth Form Study Room (silent study)
  • The Common Room (quiet study)
  • The Library (silent study)
  • The outdoor picnic areas (quiet study)
  • The Sixth Form Cafe

Study includes the following activities:

  • Revision of notes from previous lessons
  • Essay and coursework writing
  • Research (book and internet) of a subject
  • Reading a novel or quality newspaper

Reading articles and magazines/gazettes linked to your subject area:

  • e.g. Law Review; The Economist; New Scientist; New Horizons; Photography
  • Exam practice of past papers
  • Essay planning

Times of the School Day

Registration

 8.55am – 9.00am

Lesson 1

 9.00am – 10.00am

Lesson 2

 10.00am -11.00am

Break

 11.00am -11.20am

Lesson 3

 11.20am -12.20pm

Lesson 4

 12.20pm – 1.20pm

Lunch

 1.20pm – 2.10pm

Lesson 5

 2.10pm – 3.10pm

Registration/Assembly

 3.10pm – 3.25pm