SIXTH FORM BULLETIN – Week Beginning 4th April 2011 SUPPORT/REVISION SESSIONS Chemistry Mondays (3:30 – 4:30) in S4 with Mr Radajewski Wednesday evenings with SR, SW and TR F321: Moles, Oxidation Numbers, Bond Angles & Shapes, Bonding & Structure F322: Enthalpy Changes, Organic Isomers etc. English Literature (Y12) The Great Gatsby with Mr Davies Maths Monday Period 5 in S1. D1 for year 13 in year 12 lesson with RK Mondays (3:30 – 5:00) in M4 C1/C2/S1 Tuesday Period 4 & 5 in Common Room. Wednesday Period 4 & 5 in Common Room Wednesday (3:30 – 4:30) in M3. C1/C2/M1 for year 12 Friday (3:30 – 4:30) in M3. C3/C4/S2 for year 13. YEAR 12 AND 13 EXAM PERIOD Year 12 lessons will continue up until Friday 14th May. Year 13 lessons will continue up until Friday 27th May After each of these dates the exams may prevent full classes being available but departments may still run lessons as normal for those who are available and/or be available for small group/individual tutorials. CONGRATULATIONS Many congratulations to all EPQ students (and tutors) for a fantastic exhibition on Wednesday evening. The wealth of talent and hard work shone through the evening. If any EPQ student would like to give a Friday Lunch Time Talk in the Library once exams are over please see me to arrange a slot. I am sure other students would benefit from hearing about your projects. Thank you. Mrs Syme. SWIMMING SESSIONS Would students who have been given a swimming session to cover please make sure that they turn up. We are only asking for one hour from each student and you can take school work to the poolside. If you are unable to make the time slot given can you let me know as soon as possible in order to find a replacement. This is vitally important as it is a Health and Safety issue. Many thanks for your attendance in advance. (See below for times) Mrs Harman, School Manager. POLITICS STUDENTS Is the Alternative Vote worth voting for? A UCL debate on the AV referendum 6pm, 11 April 2011, UCL Bloomsbury Theatre. G to www.ucl.ac.uk/publicolicy/events/AV_debate SIXTH FORM SEPTEMBER 2011 If you know of anyone who is interested in joining our Sixth Form in September they need to contact Mrs Salt as soon as possible so that we can arrange a meeting to discuss subject choices. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01992 410400 ext 230. STUDENT FINANCE The Student Loans Company (SLC) has made some improvements to the student finance application process, which opened last week, which should make it quicker and easier to apply. Because of a new arrangement with HM Revenue & Customs, the majority of new students applying for finance dependent on their household income will not have to send financial evidence. Students can find more details at www.direct.gov.uk/studentfinance 20% OFF AT COAST Exclusively for students…ENJOY 20% OFF AND FIND THE PERFECT DRESS FOR THE PROM. OFFER VALID UNTIL 30TH APRIL 2011. See Mrs Salt for more info.
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Lauren Calder Monday 4th April P2 Ellen Shaddock Tuesday 5th April 1 th Lucy Norbury Tuesday 5 April 2 th Ed Westley Tuesday 5 April 4 th Ellie Vaughan Tuesday 5 April 5 th Josie Rogers Weds 6 April 1 th Lauren Pattison Weds 6 April 2 Luke Smith Weds 6th April 3 th Lucy Hammil Weds 6 April 5 th Cyd Gilwald Thursday 7 April 1 th Catherine Roberts Thursday 7 April 2 th Harriet Carter Friday 8 April 1 Please inform Mrs Harman in the School Office immediately if you are unable to attend. SIXTH FORM IMPORTANT DATES Thursday 7th April = Friday Week 2 Timetable. 11th 25th April. Easter Break 5th May. A2 Sociology Conference. 16th May 28th June. Exams 16th May. 3/2 Split Friday 20th May. Year 13 Leavers Ball. 30th May 3rd June. Half Term 13th 17th June. Year 12 Work Experience 29th June. 4/1 Split 4th & 5th July. Sixth Form Induction 6th July. Year 12 UCAS convention. Thursday 21st July. End of Term Thursday 18th August. A Level results Thursday 25th August. GCSE results
SIXTH FORM SEPTEMBER 2011 If you know of anyone who is interested in joining our Sixth Form in September they need to contact Mrs Salt as so...