As the most senior students in the school, Sixth Form students act as positive role models for all other students in the school community guiding them both academically and pastorally.

This involves our Sixth Form students taking an active part in school life through the ‘Student Leadership Scheme’ where students are entrusted with leadership roles in various aspects of school life, with activities such as running extra-curricular activities, acting as classroom assistants, and assisting the duty staff.

It is of paramount importance that our Sixth Form students are visible in all aspects of day-to-day school life to assist and enrich the experience of other students whilst preparing them for leading others in the modern world.

Type of Activities

There are three groups of activities offered on the Student Leadership Scheme.

Running an Extra-Curricular Activity

Sixth Form students supervise Main School students in an activity run outside of lessons.

Example: Origami Club, Geography Documentary Club

Helping as a Lesson Assistant

Sixth Form students  assist a teacher in a lesson with Main School students.

Supporting the Pastoral/Spiritual Life of the School

Sixth Form students carry out a whole school activity supporting the pastoral or spirituality team.

Example: Year 7 Book Club, Spirituality Team Member