Important notice:Parent Governor Vacancy As mentioned in the Headteacher's Update on 15 January, we have a vacancy for a new Parent Governor. The post is open to parents, guardians, carers or relatives of a child at the school. No specific skills or experience required!   If you would like more information, you are welcome to call Nicola Lunn, P.A to the Headteacher, on the school number. All nominations should be sent via email to Nicola Lunn, nicola.lunn@elawnswood.co.uk, by 12 noon on Wednesday 27 January.

0113 284 4020

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Sixth Form

The study programme

Lawnswood Sixth (12)All Year 12 students are expected to commit to at least 5 hours per week of non-qualification activity.

These additional opportunities are designed to support every young person in developing wider skills and attributes in order to ensure successful applications to University and work after their time in the sixth form.

We offer over a range of study programme activities ranging from the Extended Project Qualification, the Progression Module, First Aid and Cookery courses, The Brilliant Club, support for younger students to internships and work experience.


Study programme choices form 2019 >


The Study Programme 2019-2020

Weeks:  9-27 September

All students have 8 study skills lessons in their study period time.

In addition, they use the other hours on their timetable, to apply/enrol onto the available study programme options:

  • Progression Module
  • Internships
  • EPQ
  • Mentoring
  • Teaching & Learning QA/student voice
  • Student committee – year 12 liaison
  • Leap
  • Debating
  • DofE Award
  • Law Ambassador Programme
  • Brilliant Club

Staff

Session

TDi

Accessing Information – Using the Internet, manipulating search terms.

FGi

Organised study - Effective revision from day 1

Growth mindset

ASt

Reading with peers- Essential Training

 

SWa / CCo / LBr

Well being 

Sixth form students and T&L Co-ordinator

Preparing for Success at Post 16

CCo

Mental Health and Wellbeing

IntoUniversity

Independent Learning