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6th Form


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6th Form Prospectus 2019 - 20:  6th Form prospectus 19-20


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Partnership 6th Curriculum information

Welling Sixth Form is a member of Partnership Sixth. This is a collaboration between Trinity and Welling Sixth Forms, which enables students to widen their possible choices on the type of courses available at Post 16. This joint venture enables students to extend the different course combinations available, thereby enabling them to study a subject at a partner school. This can and does include subjects which may not be available to them at their home school. By working together, the three schools are able to offer a range of subjects that would not be viable if offered at only one school, as well as providing a wider range of suitable courses.

From academic options to applied courses for all ability levels we tailor the learning environment to match each student’s interests, talents and plans for the future. Whilst many students will select courses delivered exclusively at their home school, others are available to take one or more subjects delivered at another Partnership Sixth School, especially as some subjects are delivered on one site only. Our teachers and support staff are dedicated professionals who are committed to student progress and achievement. They work diligently to ensure that students enjoy the most appropriate experiences, resources and opportunities that are required for future success.

Our ambition for each individual’s success is combined with a focus on their personal development. Our aim is for students to enjoy and value learning and to develop into responsible, caring and well-rounded individuals. A caring environment provides opportunities to nurture individuality and a sense of belonging, whilst maintaining links with parents and carers remains integral to the overall success of our students.

Although all courses have specific entry requirements, Partnership Sixth is an inclusive and non-selective organisation. We believe in access to education and opportunity for all, consistently and continually celebrating the diversity of our community. We expect students to be ambitious and hardworking and with the correct support will be able to encourage student being responsible for their own learning. Our teachers aim to create relevant programmes of study and individual lessons that stretch, challenge and support students and our broad, flexible curriculum accommodates a wide variety of individual learning styles.

P6TH SEPTEMBERAdditional information regarding Partnership Sixth can be obtained from:

Mr McWhinnie, Director of Partnership Sixth - mcwhinniea@wellingschool-tkat.org

Extended Project Qualification Handbook - EPQ Handbook - November 2017

Year 12 & 13 Option Blocks - Year 12 & 13 option blocks


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