ASPIRING for Excellence’ is the motto of students at Codsall Community High School’s Sixth Form Centre and justifiably so as it is one of the highest achieving sixth forms in Staffordshire.
Results this year continue the high level of success with a 100 per cent pass rate for all A-level and BTEC Higher Level courses.
Codsall Sixth Form students are proud of their achievements and are continuously striving to fulfil their potential, whether that is personally or academically.
“This sixth form creates a sense of belonging and for me that is irreplaceable and hard to find.”
This comes through the many excellent opportunities for students to participate in, providing a broad balance of challenging and successful experiences which give crucial stepping stones for life beyond Key Stage 5.
Students benefit from an incredibly supportive learning environment from both peers and teachers, who are always on standby to ensure that students’ potential is reached. Additionally,afurther support network of specialist sixth form staff are on hand to guide and support.
Vice President Megan Davis believes the support she receives is one of the centre’s special qualities: “Codsall High Sixth Form has always proved itself to be a safe space; a space whereIcan feel accepted and understood. This sixth form creates a sense of belonging and for me that is irreplaceable and hard to find.”
Executive Headteacher Alun Harding is a dedicated advocate of the centre and its students.
He said: “At Codsall Sixth Form we aim to educate the whole person and the young people who come to our sixth form are fantastic examples of the confident, selfless and hardworking people we aspire for them to be.”
There are always opportunities for students to take responsibility for their individual learning in order to increase their independence.
This can be through enrichment where students learn more about their own capabilities within a different environment, or by taking responsibility in managing their time appropriately during free periods.
“The sixth form at Codsall provides many opportunities to take responsibility for our learning and development within a supportive environment. This approach enables us to increase our independence and learn more about our own capabilities,” says Vice President James McLachlan.
“From a personal perspective, I found my time supporting open evening events, whereIengaged with year 13s, particularly rewarding as this has enabled me to create relationships and provide insights to both students and parents regarding our school.”
President Eden Crane endorses the opportunities Codsall Sixth Form Centre offers its students. “Our sixth form enables you to showcase your leadership skills in multiple areas, one of them being our Student Ambassador Team.
“The Ambassador Team dedicate their time towards ensuring there is always a close-knit feel in the sixth form centre to both Year 12 and Year 13. This extends further when Year 13 students can volunteer to assist Year 12 students’ learning through our mentoring schemes.”
Head of Sixth Form Mrs E Mayor is proud of the centre. She added: “Life at Codsall Sixth Form is exciting, challenging, evolving and ultimately very rewarding. We offer a fantastic curriculum, teaching and support to our students and are proud of what we have to offer.”
If you are looking for a community environment where you can thrive, don’t hesitate to contact www.cc-hs.com or call 01902 907560 for more information on courses and details on enrolment.