The W6 team will be heading into careers events around a large number of the local schools in West Sussex, during our October drive to recruit new W6 sixth formers for September. This will give us an opportunity to share our courses, basketball academy and also our academic pathways which focus on STEM, Medical, Virtuoso and Academic Excellence. We will be touring the following schools this October: St Andrews (09/10/17) Chatsmore High (11/10/17) Davisons (12/10/17) Towers Convent School Angmering School Durrington Worthing High School not listed? Don't panic! Our open evening at W6 is October 19th, 6-8pm at W6 Sixth Form College; we look forward to seeing you. You may never have considered us as an option for sixth form, so come along and see what you think.
The Sir Robert Woodard Academy and W6 sixth form college are in partnership with the Sussex Bears Basketball Club, one of Basketball England's official accredited basketball schools. Anyone interested in joining the basketball academy in sixth form will be able to find out more and meet some of our academy coaches during our open evening: October 19th, from 6pm to 8pm. The Sir Robert Woodard Basketball Academy has the biggest basketball development programme in Sussex and provides coaching, competitions and support for players at all levels from grassroots through to elite. The Academy is linked through the SRWA Bears directly into the Sussex Bears basketball team, and the top Academy players have the opportunity to train and play for the Sussex Bears basketball team. The Sussex
Don't forget that you can sign up to our Chromebook scheme, which allows you to buy and pay for a super sleek and affordable laptop while at W6. You can access the purchase portal here: Tech4Leaners Year 12 Username: SRWAY1217 Password: Welcome01 Year 13 Username: SRWAY1317 Password: Welcome01
Each year we host an evening for year 10 students interested in further education and careers in STEM, with out partner Ricardo. It is held at Ricardo's Centenary Innovation Centre in Shoreham. Details for the next event will be shared early in 2018. It will be an opportunity to meet with engineers, staff and students to discuss further study and careers in science, technology, engineering and maths. It is open to all year 10 students and their families. There will be refreshments, talks, hands-on displays and a tour of the world-class Ricardo site. Here are details of last year's event.
That time has come. It's time to start the new year. The Scavenger Hunt was a great success, but now it's time to get down to business. All students are expected to come in at at 8.40 to go straight to tutor time for 8.50. If you are unsure of where your tutor is, go to the common room where you can find out. Year 13 will have an enrichment session during p3 and p4, in which you will be given an overview of the programme and expectations for the year. We will also update you on how the 6th form area will be used. If you've not been back in yet, you will get to see the 90% complete renovations of the 6th form area. Remember, "Look Smart, Sensible Choices" is the dress code. If you have any questions, please ask your tutor. We look forward to you joining us at W6.
Thanks to everyone who so enthusiastically participated in the W6 Scavenger Hunt in Brighton today. It was a great day, so many of you really embraced it and got stuck in. The turn out was amazing, and we appreciate you seeing it for what it was: a fun way to get to know your fellow students. We were most impressed to see some selfies with the staff at Resident Records. Miss Warrington and Ms Roche even decided to hire bikes and do the hunt themselves. If you have any more pictures to share, tweet them with the hashtag #W6Scavenger Once all the submissions are in we will announce the winners and the prize.