SCHOOL GOES THE EXTRA MILE, OFFERING A BESPOKE CURRICULUM TO HELP STUDENTS ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS AND ASPIRATIONS AND GO FORWARD WITH CONFIDENCE
When it comes to going the extra mile for its students, The Hart School has a proven track record of doing just that.
Not only is the secondary school in the Top 5 of Year 6 parents’ first choice for Staffordshire children, but when it comes to setting pupils up for future careers, its successful Sixth Form offers impressive support across the board.
Just one of its unique selling points is that it creates a bespoke curriculum that caters for the career goals of each individual Sixth Form cohort –a key success factor that’s seen students going off to study at top universities and secure jobs with global companies.
Sixth form “forward-thinking and innovative”
Head of Sixth Form, Mr Ben Brennan, said: “As a forward-thinking and innovative Sixth Form, we prepare our students for what lies ahead. A broad range of Level 3 courses offer multiple routes for our students, giving students more flexibility and greater confidence in studying things that they love. Our motto is ‘We Can, We Will, We Do’ and we work together with our Sixth Formers to achieve their goals and aspirations to enable them to go forward with confidence to take the next step into the world of work on their chosen career path.”
Enrichment programme builds on balanced and bespoke curriculum
The school also recognises the need to develop individuals and provides opportunities to take part in Enrichment Programmes to extend students’ skills outside the classroom, enhance CVs and Personal Statements, and further bolster applications to universities, apprenticeships or employers.
Its Extra-Curricular Programme also continues to stand out from the crowd by offering a host of amazing opportunities to further expand students’ experience and skill sets.
And The Hart School’s support for its Sixth Formers doesn’t stop there. It also boasts dedicated areas for Sixth Formers to study in; independent in-house careers officer to guide and support students; arranges visits to universities, apprenticeship fairs and UCAS conventions; bursaries to enable students from disadvantaged backgrounds to succeed; and in-house mental health and well-being student support.
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