This page sets out those things that you have a right to expect from us and also what we expect from you, in order to ensure all students have the opportunity to succeed. We believe that the most effective learning environment is created from a partnership between student, parents and Sixth Form.
This is what you, as a student at Trinity Sixth Form, have a right to expect from us:
- A full commitment to provide you with post-16 education including a programme of study for each subject you study.
- Work submitted by you to be marked promptly and detailed feedback to be given. Rigorous assessment, appraisal and opportunity for reflection on individual progress to be available to you, along with regular meetings with form tutors to discuss your progress.
- A dedicated Sixth Form pastoral team to offer individual welfare support for all students.
- A tutorial programme, delivered by a specialist team of tutors, offering appropriate advice, information and guidance for all students to support future aspirations with full access to appropriate careers guidance and higher education information.
- Dedicated Sixth Form facilities and access to ICT which actively encourages independent learning.
- Outstanding provision for enrichment activities and opportunities for leadership across the school.
- An environment which upholds equal opportunity and in which you are entitled to be treated with respect and without discrimination.
- Entry for external examinations subject to meeting learning contract requirements.
What we expect from you and how you can support your own learning:
- Accept greater responsibility for your own learning and follow the study time policy by setting aside the necessary time for independent study to support your work in lessons. This must include effective use of the study periods allocated on your timetable.
- Attend all morning tutorials, assemblies and timetabled lessons and fully comply with the attendance and punctuality policy. If you know you will be absent, you must inform us and make arrangements to complete any work missed.
- Be fully prepared for all lessons by having the appropriate resources and meeting all deadlines.M
- Have an active involvement and make a contribution to the school and the wider community by embracing the enrichment opportunities in Sixth Form.
- Provide leadership and act as a role model for younger pupils in the school, following the policies on equality and respect, and taking responsibility for the school environment.
- At all times follow the Sixth Form dress code and accept that you will be sent home should you attend lessons dressed inappropriately.
- Adhere to the policy on Sixth Form computer use and wider school e-safety policy.
- Behave in the expected manner and respond positively to guidance.
- Ensure that holidays are not taken in term time.