Life in the Sixth Form

C6th 161Induction

In the Sixth Form at Christ's School we offer a professional, caring and supportive learning environment. From the moment you join you'll participate in a variety of special social and academic activities with many opportunities to inspire your choices. The activities will provide links to careers and interests that will work hand in hand with our curriculum and enrichment programme.

Building for FUTURE Success

We place great emphasis on students building up a portfolio of experiences to evidence their academic interests beyond the classroom. This not only helps Sixth Formers with their A level studies by encouraging them to link their knowledge and learn to understand their work in a wider context, but this evidence is also of great interest to universities and employers.

C6th 118Academic Mentors

We place a great deal of emphasis on the relationship that exists between students and their mentors at Christ’s. Mentors will support their students through two years, from induction to UCAS application or other post sixth form routes. Students will have regular contact with their mentors, meeting each day for registration and tutorial time.

To find out more about life in the Sixth Form have a look at our Sixth Form Life booklet, Prospectus and Handbook below.

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  • 08:31 PM - 18th October, 2018 Becoming a habit! Read more
  • 08:30 PM - 18th October, 2018 Great variety of activities for our enrichment day, including an inspiring workshop from with our 6th formers. Also grateful to all the employers and parents who manned the stalls for the inspiring careers marketplace. Read more
  • 04:50 PM - 11th October, 2018 Christ’s School. Literally the whole lot of us! Read more
  • 12:33 PM - 28th September, 2018 At least 1000 HTs here below Churchill... Read more
  • 11:12 AM - 28th September, 2018 Mrs Dixon standing shoulder to shoulder with other Richmond Heads, supporting the Worth Less campaign in Westminster today. . Read more