A Message from the Head of Sixth Form
As I say to the Sixth Formers here at King's High, 'Sixth Form' means three different things, all in tandem. Firstly, Sixth Form is a period of time, the final two years that take each pupil from their GCSE studies to the adult world. It's a time of academic focus and ambition, increased independence and choice. It is a time when pupils will want to maximise every moment, with the support of the fantastic teaching and pastoral staff at King's High. Pupils will receive not just superb A Level teaching and co-curricular opportunities here, but first-class guidance around their future choices.
Secondly, Sixth Form is a community. It is the visible community of the oldest pupils in the school, working together to reach their individual and shared goals, and united with the Sixth Form community of Warwick School. The pupils' sense of community will expand in Sixth Form and become ever more important.
Thirdly, Sixth Form is a space, a beautifully designed three-floor building where those final two years of time and the Sixth Form of community, finds its home. We are very lucky to have such a fantastic space for our Sixth Formers to study, socialise and relax.
My role as Head of Sixth Form is to bring these distinct elements of Sixth Form together, and to support each pupil in making the most of all that our Sixth Form has to offer. I look forward to getting to know you soon.
Head of Sixth Form