A busy time in the sixth form

A busy time in the sixth form

We are fast approaching the end of term, but life for our senior students remains busy. Many of our year 11 students have been back in school attending taster sessions. The first picture shows one of our biology A level tasters. Meanwhile our year12 students, fresh out of their progression exams, focussed on their futures on Monday July 12, with individual appointments with their tutors, and input from outside advisors. A special thanks to Kate Averre for giving up a day of her time to talk to our Oxbridge cohort.

Also on Monday several of our students presented their EPQs (Extended Project Qualifications). These projects require a substantial amount of individual research and work, and are highly valued by universities. Well done to Ciara Humphrey, Sophie Taylor, Taylor Goodall, Ben Salter, Zara Keetley, Hannah Sisley, Holly Aston and Leo Gott whose EPQs ranged from the Bayeux Tapestry to artificial intelligence.


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