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Induction: Senior Student Team Introductory Assembly
Transcript of Induction: Senior Student Team Introductory Assembly
of cheesy assemblies. So now we've reached the door... After all, we are all in the same boat together... Have a delicious day. We're all in the same boat together... We are your student team; a representative body.
We aim to act as the voice of the entire Sixth Form students'. Not just complaints, but suggestions and comments too.
We act as a guide throughout the school; organising events such as the Sixth Form parties and charity events. As well as engaging in Main School activities, such as Open Day.
Communication is the key to progress.The Team relies upon the input of the students throughout school, ultimately making the Sixth Form a Happy one.
Yes...Happiness. That rare thing. One Word or Phrase To Describe Our First Year In Sixth Form The best of all worlds Tiring, stressful but absolutely and thoroughly enjoyable. When you're believing you'll be achieving. A compelling coffee-fueled collection of congruous congeniality and calm-competition. Delicious Unexpected but thoroughly enjoyable Tantalising Life in the Sixth Form The jump from Main School to Sixth Form is definitely one that brings a lot of maturity and independence.
With having only four lessons, your homework and working tasks become more specialized and specific.
From this, you learn organizational skills and time management ability that are bound to become crucial for later life. Life in the Sixth Form: Community With 370 pupils in the current Sixth Form, all around the same age, and all within the same building, there is a definite sense of community, stronger than that which you experience in Main School. For example... Sixth Form: A much more personal and inter-webbed communal experience. Enrichment in the Sixth Form Extremely witty. As well as the independence granted in Sixth Form, there are plenty of opportunities for you to develop and 'enrich' yourself.
This includes work experience placements at the hospital, first aid courses, critical thinking, sports teams, house band, Duke of Edinburgh award, Extended Project Qualification, classroom assistance in main school, work experience in teaching at Edge Hill University, debating society, and editing and contributing to the school's history magazine.
There are also opportunities to take leadership roles, including the Senior Student Team, the Mentoring Team, and even organising and running your own enrichment project. We don't want to say "The Sixth Form Family", but... The network and support system really is one the best aspects of the Sixth Form.
Don't this talk of independence overwhelm you; there is a great support structure through the Sixth Form tutor system. They are all approachable whenever help is needed. What the Bible says about working together... "And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching."
Hebrews 10:24-25 Independence This is the significant difference between Main School and Sixth Form. Your lessons now have to be supported by your extra time - time outside of school, and free periods.
This is one of the best aspects of starting Sixth Form; in choosing what to wear, how to organize your time, and, most importantly, what you study.