Our co-educational Sixth form offers an exciting and challenging experience for those students who complete their diamond education with us from our Girls’ and Boys’ Schools or who join us in the Sixth Form from other schools. Everyone is welcomed and valued; sharing in the same educational and pastoral experience. Our students are encouraged to take responsibility for their own education and to act as role models for our younger pupils. We aim to guide and empower our students, encouraging them to act responsibly, considerately and independently so that they can progress and reach their full potential. Our expectations are high and our students are encouraged to set themselves aspirational objectives - guided by our dedicated team of tutors and teachers. Tutor groups in the Sixth Form comprise about 14 - 16 boys and girls from either Year 12 or Year 13. Tutors offer guidance and support and work closely with subject teachers and the Head of Sixth Form or Assistant Heads of Sixth Form to oversee the pastoral and academic progress of their tutees throughout the whole of their time in the Sixth Form. Our students are encouraged to extend their horizons, take on new challenges and develop the personal and academic skills that will equip them for life at university and beyond.
Mr D Henry, Head of Sixth Form