Consultation

Rationale
Our rationale for opening a Sixth Form centre at Heartlands High school for students wishing to study A Levels at the School is to
• Ensure the highest standards of A Level teaching, providing our students with the opportunity to study at a University of their choice in subjects that they enjoy
• Provide the highest quality information, advice and guidance for students within the school.
• To create scholarly students well equipped for the rigour and independence required to succeed at University and in life.
• To encourage our students to live and work in Haringey.
 
About the Sixth Form Provision at Heartlands High School
The Sixth Form at Heartlands High School will have 300 students in total. Admission to places within the school will give priority to those students from the school who have achieved the equivalent of a Grade B at GCSE. In 2019 this will be any students that achieved a Level 5/6 in the new GCSEs in English and Maths and a Level 5/6 within the subject that they wish to study. Priority will be given to facilitating subjects which are well regarded by the best universities within the country. In addition to these subjects, the school would offer some further areas of study which are a particularly strength within the school.

These would include English; English Language; Maths; Further Maths; Physics; Chemistry; Biology; History; Geography; Sociology; French; Spanish; PE; Computing; Art; Drama; Psychology; Music; Politics; Business Studies.

Why are we not offering Level 2 courses to ensure that all of are students can stay on?
There is already a depth of provision for Level 2 and 3 courses within Haringey that meets the needs of students. Many of
our students thrive on this offer and we do not believe that we would be able to add significant value to it. We will continue to encourage students to study vocational courses at all levels if it is appropriate for them.

Consultation
The consultation runs for six weeks between Monday 24th April and the 13th June. Please make sure we receive your comments and completed questionnaires by Friday 6th June. You can respond to the consultation by completing the following questionnaire.

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