Sixth Form Information
- Sixth Form Introduction
- Higher Education Information and Resources
- Extra Activities
Opportunities for Initiative and Leadership
Sharing in the day-to-day running of the Sixth Form, serving on the School Council, working with younger pupils, leading junior workshops and attending conferences, lectures and university open days are all seen as an invaluable part of education at this level.
The students’ involvement in extra-curricular activities may be, for instance, through sport, music, charity events or dance and drama. They may be involved in Young Enterprise, the Bar National Mock Trial or Young Analyst competitions, or a whole host of voluntarily activities. A full list will be available in the Sixth Form handbook.
All students in Year 12 are also strongly encouraged to apply for a more formal role; this might be as Peer Mentors for junior girls or in such roles as stewards, librarians, publicity or charity representatives.
Within the Sixth Form, and as part of a much larger school community there are opportunities for everyone. Students are encouraged to take advantage of them.
Girls in the Sixth Form are required to help out at all of our Open School events.