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How to be a Successful Sixth Former

As a College we recognise that making the jump from GCSE to A level/ Level 3 study can be quite a challenge as more focus is placed on the individual and their ability to learn independently.

To help students manage this change in learning style, we have put together a range of resources that give an insight into the key skills, characteristics and methods that should be developed and adopted in order to maximise their learning and become a ‘Successful Sixth Former’.

These resources are highly recommended for both students and parents and carers alike to support the transition to A Level and Level 3 study.

            Phill Ashton                                                              Louise Claricoates
Director Of Learning – Post 16                                 Director of Learning – Post 16

The resources that we have shared are a series of narrated PowerPoints and short videos from our Year 13 students and our specialist staff

How to be a Successful Sixth Former

Click here to download the How to be a Successful Sixth Former PowerPoint

Retrieval Practice – How and why we use it

Click here to download the Retieval Practice PowerPoint

Bridging the Gap between GCSE and A Level

Click here to view Bridging the Gap – a Students’ Perspective