Chilwell Sixth Form is a more adult environment where you are expected to take responsibility for your own learning. Behaviour and your efforts both inside the classroom and at home are taken into account when writing references and personal statements for university
Registration – 8:55-9:10
Lessons commence at 9.10am and end at 3.10pm.
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Cause for concern.
Withdrawal from course considered.
It is important that you arrive promptly for lessons as lateness causes disruption. Each lesson will be registered and a note made of any lateness.
Unlike school, you are not expected to attend on a weekly basis but sometimes we need to meet altogether to share important information.
Food may be purchased from the canteen or the dining room at Chilwell.
Messages may be put in pigeonholes or on the noticeboard. Students are expected to check e-mails regularly and also access learning resources.
You are free to wear whatever provided you do not display or promote any offensive slogans or symbols.
Ambassador – There will be a vote early in September to select a male and female ambassador for Lakeview from Year 12.
Other posts will include Photographer and Film Maker.
Charities Day – this will be organised via the Student Union, Lakeview Voice and tutor groups. Various activities will take place during one specific day to be arranged. All proceeds will go to a nominated charity.
Debating club – Debating matters because your ideas and opinions matter. Debates are worth having. Topics will involve issues that have an impact on the world. They affect the way in which we understand and relate to those around us. Now is the time to take ideas seriously. Challenge yourself! Get involved with a broad range of contemporary real-world scientific, political and cultural debates.
Duke of Edinburgh – For those looking for a new challenge or wishing to continuing with ones already started we have a well-established and highly successful DofE awards team within our ‘learning community’. There may be opportunity to continue onto your Gold award or, numbers permitting, perhaps try DofE for the first time. Completing the award at any level is always an achievement, with more and more universities and employers looking upon successful awardees favourably with the knowledge that they are able to offer commitment, responsibility and perseverance.
Health awareness – Various speakers will be invited in to discuss health issues of specific relevance to 16-19 year olds.
Higher Education Fair – This begins the process of applying to university.
Sixth Form Voice – One or two representatives from each of the tutor groups meet with Mrs Fyles once every half term to discuss issues relating to Chilwell Sixth Form as we strive to improve facilities and experiences.
Mentoring – This is an opportunity which allows you to receive training in order to provide academic support to pupils lower down the school.
School functions – e.g. The Prom.
School trips – Last year we went to the Christmas Market in Birmingham and The Making of Harry Potter in London.
Student Union – This comprises of a body of elected students who represent students at Chilwell Sixth form and will organise activities and social events.
Voluntary Work –You will be encouraged to undertake voluntary work in addition to your studies.
Careers Experience – An essential part of being a student at Chilwell Sixth form. It provides opportunities to discover and experience possible career paths.
Young Enterprise – This is an opportunity to develop team skills, risk taking, problem solving through the medium of running a business. See Mrs Shakeshaft or Mrs Fyles for further information.