Sixth Form Provision
The Sixth Form continues to attract students from different local authorities. We currently have 36 students on roll.
Through the student council students’ ideas and opinions are valued and where appropriate embedded into Sixth Form life and the curriculum.
The Sixth Form curriculum and everyday life is aimed to prepare students for adulthood. It also focuses on allowing students to have a voice and make informed choices about what they would like to do as they move through sixth form and into the future.
All students in years 12,13 and 14 have a rich functional skills programme which is tailored to the wide range of abilities. Accredited functional skills courses run from pre entry level to Level 1 and are assessed through course work.
Where relevant the sensory curriculum continues for those students it is appropriate for.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays Students have the opportunity to enjoy the curriculum options they have chosen. Some of the activities the students do are,
Horticulture at Bishop Burton College.
Arts Award at Howden School
Cookery at Wolfreton School.
Tigers Trust sports
Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
Many of these options run off site which is ideal for integration and team working with mainstream schools. They also give the students a sense of independence and allow the teaching of underpinning personal development themes such as stranger danger, keeping safe and personal hygiene.
Fridays are always a very enriching day where the St Anne’s school site comes to life with a variety of exciting enterprise activities. The students have the opportunity to run their own café and shop as well as well as work in the school’s own poly tunnels with the animals.
All activities are underpinned with either AQA units, Arts Awards, OCR accreditations and other school-based awards.
Please click on the links below to find out more about the Sixth Form:
Check out our photos from Duke of Edinburgh, Welton Waters, Night challenge, Animal care and horticulture......
Students doing work experience
Leavers destination information - July 2019
Data information: September 2018 - July 2019
TRANSITION / CAREERS
All students follow a specific bespoke careers plan during the identified transition period. Each student has a clear plan on entering the sixth form working towards an appropriate transition placement working with parents/carers and external agencies.
Students visit a range of providers often attending taster days and are encouraged to give their own feedback and make their own choices.
An employability curriculum including CV writing and work placements are linked into the transition process providing students with a recognised qualification.
Transition - so where next?
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