Your Sixth Form day will be very different to your experience at School. Here, you will have more independence and therefore you will need to take more responsibility for your own day.
All students should register on arrival every day at reception using the electronic system. Students are free to come and go during the day if they wish and should always sign out using the same system if they are leaving the site.
All students are expected to attend assemblies at 8.35am on Mondays and tutorial sessions as agreed with their tutor and the Head of A Level or Head of IB.
Students studying A Level usually have 7 lessons (35 minutes) per subject per week. Many of these are double lessons. In addition, A Level students will join the Theory of Knowledge classes (2 lessons) during Year 12. Enrichment activities happen twice a week (2 lessons each time) for both years. These become optional after Christmas in Year 13.
Sample A Level timetable:
|S4||Mathematics||Further Maths||Further Maths||Chemistry||Chemistry|
|S5||Physics||Further Maths||Physics||Further Maths|
|S6||Physics||Further Maths||Further Maths||Further Maths|
|S7||Enrichment Kelsey Kerridge||Further Maths||Enrichment||Theory of Knowledge|
|S8||Chemistry||Enrichment Kelsey Kerridge||Further Maths||Enrichment||Theory of Knowledge|
Sample IB timetable:
|S3||Theory of Knowledge||English Language||Physics|
|S4||Theory of Knowledge||English Language||Physics|