Mrs Harries – Head of Sixth Form
Mr Underwood – Assistant Head of Sixth Form
Mr Roach (13SBR) – Form Tutor
Mrs S Marasco (12SJM) – Form Tutor
Brief overview of Year 13
In Year 13, students will need to be able to study at least two subjects alongside the Welsh Baccalaureate. Therefore Year 13 students must either obtain at least 2 E grades in AS examinations or be on track to pass two BTEC subjects to continue on with their studies.
All Year 12 Welsh Baccalaureate work will also need to be completed to a pass standard for students to return. To support our students fully during Year 13 we continue to offer extensive advice in the form of mentoring and guidance from our pastoral team, our subject experts and also from external advisors.
Brief overview of how and when progress is measured
Progress is monitored throughout the academic year and there will be regular reports to parents keeping them informed of how their child is progressing.
All Year 13 students are expected to attend school a minimum of 95% of the time. At the end of each Half Term, every student in Year 13 will receive a Student Attendance Statement detailing their individual attendance percentage. The school Attendance Officer must be contacted whenever a student is absent from school on 01633 654111. Maintaining 95% attendance is essential if a student is to realise their potential academically. For more information on School Attendance, please follow this link.
It is essential that all parents ensure that the school has accurate home and emergency contact details for their child. For all queries regarding a Year 13 student, please contact Miss Pace on 01633 654100.
- Friday 2nd September – School Starts for Year 13 Students
- Thursday 8th November – Year 13 Lessons Begin
- Thursday 29th November – Year 13 Parents’ Evening
- Monday 27th April – Year 13 Reports to Parents
- Thursday 26th May – Year 13 Records of Achievement Ceremony
- Friday 27th May – Year 13 Lessons end
- Thursday 16th August – Year 13 Results