Haslingden High School Sixth Form

Prospectus

Our sixth form offer

Courses

A Level and vocational course information

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Information

Admissions procedures and general information

Handbook

Procedures for students

Bridging Units

Year 11 – 12 Transition Work (password required)

I am delighted that you are interested in joining our thriving and successful Sixth Form. Our key aim is to ensure that every student fulfils their potential and is able to go on to enjoy a successful future. The ethos that underpins this is to provide a secure and supportive environment in which students can benefit from expert teaching and individual guidance.

We have a firm belief that students achieve most when they are happy, and in our Sixth Form there are excellent relationships between staff and students, as well as an extensive enrichment programme. We offer the care, support and guidance they need to excel. We are proud of our achievements and believe that there is nowhere better for students to continue their studies.

Our sixth formers have privileges and are treated as mature young adults, but we also have high expectations of them as role models for the younger students in our main school. We do not have lots of rules and regulations but expect a commitment to meet our ‘Eight Expectations.’ We offer a wide range of level 3 courses and hope to have something to suit everyone who meets our basic entry requirement of having passed five level 2 subjects at grade 4 or above (including English and maths). We also offer a level 2 post-16 foundation course in business and IT for students who do not achieve these grades. This is a one year course that, upon successful completion, can then give access to some of our level 3 courses the following year. Details of all our courses can be found in the course information booklet.

I look forward to meeting and working with you in the future. If you require any further information, please feel free to contact me.

Lauren Marsland BA (Hons)
Director of Sixth Form