We can’t wait for you to see what’s happening in the 6th form.
Meet us at Lancing at 9.40 to catch the 9.50 train to Brighton.
You will be put in teams for the day, and will be required to find various places and objects around Brighton.
You are free to bring lunch with you, but you can also buy food while you are out in Brighton.
If you’ve not booked your ticket yet, you can do so at: trybooking.co.uk/1729
We aim to return on the 2.33pm train.
Please note the first week of term is as follows:
- 6th September.
- Team building day
- 7th -13th September.
- Enrolment and Progression Interviews – you only need attend for the time of your interview . You will be set work on Canvas for that week (it will not appear on Canvas until the 7th)
- Due to the renovations of the 6th form are it won’t be possible for students to be on site during this time to complete work.
- 14th September
- Lessons commence.
- 14th September (evening)
- Meet the Tutors 6th form BBQ
Please note attendance to the team building day, your interview and the first day of teaching is compulsory.
If you have any questions about the schedule or process please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All year 12 and 13 appointments have now been scheduled. Remember, every student needs to have an interview before commencing or resuming studies at W6.
You can find your appointment in the document below. If your name is not on the list, please contact Mr Monahan.
What a great article about our successes at W6.
Students and staff at the Sir Robert Woodard Academy celebrated ‘another great set of exam results’ today. Nervous students collected the results of their A Levels and BTEC courses this morning (Thursday, August 17) from the school in Upper Boundstone Lane.
Students and staff at W6 Sixth Form at SRWA, a member of the Woodard Academies Trust, are today celebrating another great set of exam results.
A key strength for the Academy has always been our Performing Arts specialism. Once again, this subject area delivered results among the best in the country in Performing Arts, Production Arts, and Music, with 100% of students achieving an A/A* grade or equivalent.
The Academy offers a broad selection of subjects ranging from academic A-levels to a variety of equivalent qualifications. Building on last year’s departmental successes, new highlights this year included 100% of students in History and Music achieving a grade of A*-C, along with 92% achieving the same in Sociology. English Literature and Mathematics continue the success of last year with 100% A*-C, representing an outstanding outcome for the subject and students. Across the board, 25% of students achieved an A* or A grade in academic and vocational courses, which is a testament to the hard work of our students.
The successes of previous years also continued in Health & Social Care with 100% of all students gaining the equivalent of an A*grade.
As ever, there were numerous examples of excellent individual performance. These achievements are a great source of pride for the Academy – as well as setting up the students concerned to be highly successful in their chosen further studies and future careers. They provide a strong foundation for further success for W6 sixth form students yet to come!
Individual A2 Highlights include:
These results have secured many of our students places at local and national universities. Alex Luff has secured a place at The University of Sussex, reading American Studies which will see him spend some of his time abroad in the United States. Other notable placements include Felix Barrett who will study Music at University of Chichester and Bryony Johnson will pursue Physiotherapy at London’s Brunel University.
|Connie Franks||Distinction* (Music), Distinction* x2 (Performing Arts)|
|Zac Lelean||Distinction* (Music), Distinction* x2 (Performing Arts)|
|Megan Phillips||Distinction* (Music), Distinction* x2 (Performing Arts)|
|Melanie Zaft||A (Art), Distinction* x2 (Performing Arts)|
|Jamie Hull||A (Maths), B (Further Maths), B (Physics), Distinction* (Production Arts)|
|Bryony Johnson||A*(Psychology), B (Biology), Distinction* (Sport)|
|Amber Boden||Distinction* (Health/Social Care), Distinction* x2 (Performing Arts), Distinction (Music)|
|Alicia Veale||Distinction* (Public Services), Distinction* x2 (Sports Development)|
Kieran Scanlon, SRWA’s Principal, commented that he was “delighted to be here with the students and teachers this morning to celebrate the fruits of all their hard work over the last two years. We wish all of our outgoing sixth form students every success for the future”