May 26

Goodbye & Good Luck Year 13!

This week we said an emotional farewell to our Year 13 students.  As always, we forge long lasting relationships with our pupils past and present.  We look forward to celebrating at the Year 13 Prom and are anticipating our best results yet in August before students embark upon the next phase of their futures with many having secured places at top universities.

 

May 24

Transition Day 2017

 

• Letter to candidates regarding Transition Day 2017

May 08

Study Leave Correspondence

Please find below recent correspondence with Year 12 & 13 parents

May 08

SHV at the Sixth Form

Just before the end of term last year we invited a group of Year 11 students from our partner school, Sandhill View Academy, to visit Sixth Form and experience a taste of life after GCSEs. Our visitors experienced taster lessons in English, Law and Biology and chatted with current Sixth Formers (whom include Sandhill View alumni amongst them).  We hope to see many of them back as Sixth Form students themselves in September.

Mar 20

Michael is ARTiculate

Sixth Form student Michael Beattie successfully competed against 4000 applicants to achieve third place in the prestigious ‘ARTiculation Prize’ held in association with Cambridge University at Clare College, Cambridge. The ARTiculation Prize has been designed to give young people a forum in which they are able to express their own ideas on art.

The competition was an extraordinary event with some truly outstanding presentations.  This year’s adjudicator was Tim Marlow, Artistic Director of the Royal Academy of Arts, who expressed just how impressed he was by Michael’s presentation on Hélio Oiticica, Tropicália.

 

Mar 20

Revision Retreat

Students from the Sixth Form and Year 11 recently visited the idyllic Lake District on a revision retreat.  There was a focus on stretching students from across the Multi Academy Trust in their GCSE English Literature studies.  A Level students were on hand to support and share their experience of Sixth Form so far.

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