At Swanwick Hall Sixth Form we expect our students to adhere to certain expectations. These expectations are put in place in order to ensure that our students are safe, supported and successful.
In order to achieve the grades of which they are capable, it is crucial that students keep up to date with work, improve attendance and that coursework deadlines are met. Failure to do so may affect examination entries. Good attendance and punctuality are essential employability qualities and we would also like to remind you that, when providing references, we are always asked to comment on attendance and work ethic.
Homework is recorded on a central system by each individual subject teacher. All students are expected to undertake extra independent work outside of their timetabled lessons. All Sixth Form students are expected to undertake between four to five hours’ worth of independent study per subject per week.
If students fail to hand in homework, we have processes in place which are designed to support our students:
Building a Sixth Form Community which has success in its studies, enjoyment in its activities and which makes an influential contribution to the wider life of the school and the local community, relies on students and staff working professionally and positively together. We therefore expect our students to:
Professional standards are important and will be expected once students move on from the Sixth Form, both in the workplace and in Higher Education.
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