U6 students enjoyed one of their final evenings together on Tuesday 28th June at the annual U6 Leavers Picnic. The evening gave the students the opportunity to pick up their Yearbooks and Hoodies whilst discussing outfits and transport arrangements for the final social engagement of the year, the Upper Sixth Prom, which takes place on Thursday.
All routes are broad and balanced including the A Level route which requires the study of four A Levels. It gives students the chance to study subjects in depth whilst retaining a broad and balanced programme. Year on year the results testify to the success of this programme including progression to University. The more you do in the Sixth Form, both from the programmes of study and from the extra-curricular activities, the better will be your career prospects. We will encourage and support you in doing this.
Achieving the best possible examination results will be your goal as it is ours. However, the International Sixth Form programme is much richer than just the subjects taught. Extra-curricular activities are numerous and in some cases challenging. You will get more out if you put more in.
Today we celebrate the last day in school for our U6th, many of whom have been with us since they started Year 7 in 2009.