Sixth Form Provision
The Sixth Form continues to increase in size, this year we have 44 students following individualised timetables.
The curriculum is varied and is accessible to all students. The courses are all accredited and reviewed annually to reflect the student population.
All students follow the Skills for Life curriculum accredited through AQA.
Each year group has a different focus to gain a variety of awards and qualifications these are gained through activities on and off site. All students have discreet lessons in basic skills, ICT, PSHCE, creative arts, horticulture, small animals and PE/leisure.
In Year 12 the students have two days off site accessing Welton waters activity centre to gain awards in sailability, and Bishop Burton College gaining experience and awards in construction.
On site students bake produce for the onsite enterprise business, and follow the Archbishop Of York young leaders award.
In Year 13 the students have a half day working off site accessing Hessle Consortium to recycle waste materials, half a day using a leisure centre for swimming and half a day at Goole Castaway accessing a drama group. All off site activities are accredited.
On site, students work with KDC, an external provider to produce garden furniture, outdoor decorations and planters. This group also follow Asdan Towards Independence award.
In Year 14 the emphasis is on practical and functional maths and English, enterprise businesses and employment opportunities. All students are offered either on site or off site work placements.
Each week, students work either in the Woodland Shop or the 6th Form Café.
In the discreet English sessions students focus on compiling their Record Of Achievement folders, producing a CV and visiting possible placements post 19.
This group also experiences the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
PATHWAYS (click on the different pathways below to show the 3 year rolling programme)
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