The Sixth Form Experience
Woodrush Sixth Form ensures that students follow a taught curriculum and pastoral programme of study, which includes high-quality impartial careers guidance to enable students to make progress and move on to a higher level of qualification, employment or further training.
The majority of Year 12 students opt for 3 A Level courses, with a minority of students, taking 4 A Levels in the AS year, reducing to 3 in the A2 year.
We support four pathways of curriculum: Oxbridge, University, Apprenticeships and work, and students commonly follow a programme of study which becomes personalised and adapted towards their destination choice, throughout the two years with us and increasingly as they make firm decisions about their future plans. We pride ourselves on our ability to create bespoke curriculum and support packages personalised for our students’ needs.
|The Sixth Form Committee
The Sixth Form Committee is an important decision making body in the Sixth Form. The Committee is comprised of several members whom all have select roles, including: Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy, Deputy Head Girl, Charity/Fundraising Directors, Social Events Co-ordinators and Sports Directors. The Committee meets frequently throughout the course of the academic year to discuss and organise a wide range of events and initiatives for the Sixth Form.
The Committee is also important in terms of representing student voice in the Sixth Form. It is vital that the Sixth Form have their say in terms of further improvements and developments they would like to see made. The Sixth Form Committee ensures that these views are represented and implemented where facilities, social events, trips, fundraising/charity events and other initiatives are concerned.