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Brentford 6th Form

At Brentford 6th Form you will:

  • Have a programme of study designed for you to succeed          
  • Our 6th Form is part of a consortium with other Hounslow schools giving you a wide range of options
  • Be taught by teachers who are well qualified, enthusiastic and able to deliver high quality lessons
  • Be supported in developing independent learning skills
  • Receive support with university and job applications
  • Have the opportunity to take part in an extensive range of enrichment activities
  • Be part of a lively, friendly community
  • We have a new 6th Form Centre, housing the student common room and private study area

6th Form is about more than academic study 

At Brentford 6th Form we offer an extensive enrichment programme. Whatever you go on to do after 6th Form you will  be expected to have done more than just studying for your examined subjects, although this of course is your most important priority. We offer activities such as leading assemblies, debating, mentoring, paired reading, in-class support and community activities.

 

Supporting your learning – helping you succeed 

Tutors and mentors will support you in your learning by tracking your progress and helping to set and review personal targets. Subject teachers will set target grades for each of you based on your GCSE results and external data. You need to be able to assess your own progress and think about how you can achieve the best possible results. There are regular meetings between staff to discuss your progress, monitor your attendance and punctuality and address any concerns. Hardworking students who are achieving above expectations are identified and congratulated.

6th Formers are encouraged to attend university open days and residential schools. Recently, our students have been selected for summer school courses in medicine, natural sciences and humanities subjects at Oxford, Cambridge and other Russell Group universities. We have also been successful in placing students on courses at other universities, both in London and elsewhere, for taster sessions in engineering, pharmacy, medicine, law and English Literature. The aim of these courses is to give students a better idea of life at university.