As Head of Fifth Year I would like to welcome you to the new academic year.
I have included in this email links to our website which I hope you will find useful and by clicking here you will gain access to an electronic version of the Parents’ Guide which you will be aware contains a wealth of information. If you would prefer a paper version of the Guide, please contact the Main Office and a copy will be sent to you. Clicking here will take you to pastoral group information and if you should require information relating to a school policy, please click here for a comprehensive list. Please can I encourage you to read our weekly Bulletin, sent to all parents via email. This contains a wealth of up to date information and details of upcoming events and activities.
Post Results Appeals Services for Teacher Assessed Grades - Summer 2021
Please ensure you have read the JCQ Appeals Procedure and the relevant GCE A Level or IGCSE/GCSE information below, before submitting a request for any post results appeals services.
The deadlines for Centre Reviews and Appeals have now passed and the relevant forms have been removed from this page.
A level Psychology is made up of eight compulsory topics and three optional topics.
The compulsory topics are:
1. Social influence
Pupils must tell the bus driver when they get on the Late Bus which stop they intend to get off the bus at
All LVI students are given a talk on How to Write a Personal Statement in the Summer Term prior to splitting up into groups for personal statement workshops. By the end of this process students should have all the information necessary to start writing their own statement. This will obviously require several drafts before being finally approved by their tutor and then added to their UCAS Application form on-line. To access a copy of the the most recent Personal Statement presentation please click here: Personal Statements May 2021.pdf
Students will be able to find additional material on writing their personal statements, including examples of past statements, in the 'Student Resources' section of this website.