The student voice is very important in our Sixth Form. We want to build excellent relationships with our young adults and we want them to be proactive in their learning and experiences with us. As such, we give students a variety of ways to voice their thoughts and opinions:
- Student Committee – the committee is comprised of two nominated students from each year and each tutor group. They are selected at the start of the academic year. They meet at least once a term to discuss matters arising and can also be called upon by the Student Leadership Team.
- Conference – in the summer term of Year 12, students gather together for an afternoon where they hear from a keynote speaker, create an agenda regarding matters important to them, enjoy a buffet lunch and try to suggest suitable outcomes for their points. At the end of the afternoon students also complete an online survey about their Sixth Form experience during the year.
- Whole School Council – the Student Leadership team sit on this council and meets with members of the lower school to discuss matters important to the whole student body.