Category «SixthForm»

Yr 13 Mock Exams – January 2020

Information below was emailed to Parents on 19th November 2019 Year 13 Exams Letter Year 13 Exams Timetable Exam guide for students and parents Information for candidates – Privacy Notice Information for candidates – NEA 1920 Warning to Candidates 1718 No Mobile Phones

Policies

Our Dress Code, Attendance, Student Conduct and Student Progress & Assessment Policies are all contained within the College’s Student Handbook 2019-20

Prospectus & application

The current Prospectus includes all full course list and requirements for September 2020 Entry. We are accepting late applications for 2020 Entry: Apply for 2020-2021 Applicants who have applied by the 6th December deadline will receive their interview details via email by 20th December.  If you have applied later than 6th December, you will receive …

Extra-curricular & Social

Extra-curricular Opportunities Life at College isn’t just about study. We wholly encourage participation in extra-curricular activities to develop personal interests, learn new skills, support university applications or simply to have fun. There are a whole range of activities to get involved in, from the Duke of Edinburgh Award, voluntary work or charity fundraising to theatre …

16 to 19 Bursary Fund

The 16 to 19 Bursary Fund is a limited amount of money made available by the government to students whose access to education is inhibited by financial constraints or barriers. This means that you can get a bursary to help with education-related costs. It can be used to pay for things like clothing, books and …

Careers

Our pastoral team offer personal support and guidance when you are making decisions about your future direction. On an individual basis, we discuss career options and advise on entry routes. In Year 12, opportunities to attend university ‘taster days’ or a summer school residential course are promoted. Our students are encouraged to take advantage of …

Programme of study

Students at All Hallows have a brilliant record of success. Through our broad yet exciting curriculum, we offer varied pathways and subject combinations so that students can study courses which help them to achieve their aspirations. At All Hallows, students can choose from an extensive range of A Levels and BTECs (Level 3) as well …

Student perspectives

“The community of staff and students here make the experience of studying at All Hallows’ a great one. It’s easy to be stressed during A Levels and University Applications, but the support we receive as students is amazing. Every teacher knows your strengths and weaknesses well by the first term, and will always be ready …

Visit our Sixth Form

We are delighted that you are considering The Sixth Form College at All Hallows. We strongly recommend that you visit us during our Open Evening and Taster Day in order to give applicants a flavour of life studying at the College. Open Evening Our Open Evening was Thursday 7th November 2019.  Students will have an …