A vibrant, diverse environment
The vibrant, friendly and supportive culture of the Sixth Form values individuals and celebrates diversity. It is characterised by warm friendships and relationships, which endure long after the end of the Upper Sixth Form.
Sixth Form girls are recognised as role models, managers and leaders in the wider school community. They have a positive influence on younger girls. Though Sixth Form girls have their own identity, they also play an essential part in the school community, for instance serving as prefects and committee members, organising events, running clubs and managing people. They also have the opportunity to meet pupils from other schools through a variety of cultural and educational exchange events.
Sixth Form girls can take part in debates and conferences, social enterprise and charity events, music, theatre and art trips and a wide range of outdoor and sporting activities. They can mentor younger girls or contribute to the wider community. There is also the opportunity to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.
By making full use of the opportunities available, our Sixth Form leavers always stand out from the crowd.