Sixth Form Life

  • Sixth Form Induction – A really helpful introduction to the BeauSandVer consortium which allows students to sample Sixth Form life, visit all three sites, and experience the subjects they have chosen.
  • Supported Enrolment – Students meet the Head of Sixth and their Form Tutors in September to confirm subject choices and agree timetables including tutorials and non-examination options.
  • Sixth Form Learning & Teaching – Students benefit from expert teaching. All Sixth Form teaching emphasises higher order skills of creativity, analysis, synthesis and originality.
  • Independent Study – Students enjoy the opportunities to investigate topics in depth at home and through wider reading whilst learning to work on their own.
  • Form Tutors & Tutorials – All students receive dedicated support from a specialist Sixth Form Tutor who is there to provide academic and pastoral support and to advise on everything from study skills to university application.
  • Sixth Form Council / Committee – Students have a representative body which contributes to Sixth Form success, engaging in dialogue with staff and organising their own social and charity events.
  • Leadership Opportunities – All Sixth Form students are given the opportunity to take on leadership roles within the schools through which they develop vital life skills in communication, organisation and leadership.
  • Careers Advice & UCAS Preparation – Students benefit from detailed careers advice and assistance on university and degree course choice from expert staff.
  • Assessment & Reporting – There are reports each term including details of achievement, effort and targets for improvement.
  • Study Skills – All teachers provide advice on how to study effectively within their courses.
  • Enrichment – Whether it’s sport, writing a magazine, engineering competitions or debating there are opportunities for everyone at BeauSandVer.
  • Sport – We offer first rate competitive team sports or sport for exercise and fun, including: Football, Netball, Rugby, Hockey, Athletics, Basketball and Swimming.
  • Lectures, Speakers, Discussion Forums & Debates – Are organised throughout the year.
  • Music – A full range of orchestras, choirs, groups and bands perform music ranging from classical to jazz and contemporary to the very highest standard. Specialist tuition is also available.
  • Drama – Frequent productions of plays and musicals are open to all. The consortium also benefits from Sandringham’s Sandpit Theatre.
  • Young Enterprise & Dragon’s Apprentice – Entrepreneurs form companies, design and sell products to the consumer. They raise funds for charities and work with local business mentors.
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme – Comprising of service, skills, physical recreation and expeditions in the UK and abroad.
  • Expeditions, Visits and Field Trips – are vital in many subjects.
  • Community Service – Ranging from environmental action to training as Community Sports Leaders (CSLA).

Sixth Form Subjects Proposed:

      Applied Science
      Art: Fine
      Art: Photography
      Art: Textiles
      Biology
      Business BTEC
      Business Studies
      Chemistry
      Computer Science
      DT: Product Design
      Dance
      Drama
      Economics
      Economics & Business
      English Language & Literature
      English Literature
      Financial Studies
      French
      Geography
      German
      Government & Politics
      History
      ICT
      Italian
      Maths
      Maths Further
      Media Studies
      Music
      Music Technology
      PE
      Performing Arts BTEC
      Philosophy and Ethics
      Physics
      Psychology
      Sociology
      Spanish
      Sport BTEC

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols – Thursday 7th December 2017