We work with each student to bring out their best attributes and seek to overcome any weaknesses.
Additionally we aim to strengthen each individual’s potential to achieve in the highly competitive world they will be entering, whether it is remaining in education at university, progressing to employment or an apprenticeship.
The Year Leader will keep an overview of each student`s progress, informing parents of concerns if necessary.
Assessments are provided for students and parents each term and two consultation evenings are held during the year.
The students meet two or three times per week with their personal mentor who supports their learning, progress and career choices.
The careers advisor and support assistant offer an "Open door " approach to students but individual interviews can be arranged and referrals are made to connexions and other external agencies on request.
As well as experienced teaching from teachers within the six schools, students also experience university style lectures and seminars from leading academics which will include fascinating research relating to their subject.