The Post-16 Week
All Post-16 students will be assigned their own college mentor who they will meet during the daily mentor period to monitor academic progress and assist with applications for university and employment.
For each AS/A2/BTEC Subsidiary Diploma you will receive five hours of tuition per week organised in a 3 hour (morning) and 2 hour (afternoon) block. On Tuesday morning Year 12 students study either AS General Studies or AS Further Mathematics. Tuition in GCSE English and Mathematics is also timetabled for those who have not achieved a minimum of grade C in either of these subjects.
Post-16 students may participate in any of the following entitlement activities:
- Sport Activities (Wednesday afternoons)
- Job Insight Programme
- Assisting departments and or/colleges
- Community Sports Leader Award
- Supporting younger students eg Paired Reading/Spelling
- Community Service
All students will have some private study time on their timetables when they can access study areas in the Post 16 centre and the Open Learning Centre where ICT facilities are available.
Students are expected to arrive on time for every Post 16 lesson. Any lateness will not be tolerated.