Student Leadership Programme
Sixth formers play a significant role in the wider school life equipping them with key leadership skills as well as soft skills highly valued by employers. The skills developed through the programmes listed below are highly useful but are particularly essential if the student is considering a vocational career such as medicine, teaching, healthcare, social work, veterinary science or the police. Students can choose how they contribute to the wider school life in the following ways:
As part of this programme, sixth form students mentor a secondary school student who they are matched up with via a personality quiz. The students will meet with their mentees on a weekly basis providing them with advice and academic support. All students who are interested in this strand will need to attend a day of training delivered by Kidscape.
Members of the HAB6 Council
Sixth form students will lead secondary school students in meetings with the principal to discuss key matters arising in the school. They will be in charge of organising events such as fundraising as well supporting secondary school students to bring about change in an effective way.
Sixth form students will support secondary school students to develop their reading skills during tutor time. They will be responsible for tracking their progress and supporting students in gaining confidence in their reading skills.
Subject and Wider School Volunteering
Sixth form students who are enthusiasts about their A-Level subject can help to revise key stage 4 content by providing subject mentoring to secondary school students.
Wider School Volunteering can consist of supporting in events such as, parents evenings, in breakfast club, in open evenings.