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  • 6th Form - Employment rights workshop 6th Form students had a visit from the Citizens Advice Bureau on Monday. They were told about their employment rights and responsibilities, including entitlements to sick pay, holidays, rest breaks ...
    Posted by N Nelson
  • Learning Performance Workshop The Year 12's took part in a fantastic Learning Performance Workshop on Monday morning. They learnt about independent study skills, mind maps, note taking, chunking, effective reading and lots ...
    Posted 7 Feb 2018, 07:52 by N Nelson
  • Egg Parents! Mrs Robert's Year 12s and 13s have become parents ... egg parents! All in the name of Psychology.They are working on an attachment project and will need to look ...
    Posted 15 Jan 2018, 04:54 by N Nelson
  • Mock Interviews Well done to all Year 13 students who took part in the mock interviews this week. Our guest panel were very impressed with the knowledge and attitude of students that ...
    Posted 10 Nov 2017, 03:40 by Nat Admin
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6th Form - Employment rights workshop

posted by N Nelson

6th Form students had a visit from the Citizens Advice Bureau on Monday. They were told about their employment rights and responsibilities, including entitlements to sick pay, holidays, rest breaks and the minimum wage. 

Citizens Advice holds drop-ins sessions in Ryde and offices in Newport. They can provide a whole host of advice and support. should you need any advice you can find their details here: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/local/isle-of-wight/contact-us/  

They will be coming back to visit the 6th Form again with more info on part time working and zero hour contracts.

Learning Performance Workshop

posted 7 Feb 2018, 07:48 by N Nelson   [ updated 7 Feb 2018, 07:52 ]

The Year 12's took part in a fantastic Learning Performance Workshop on Monday morning. They learnt about independent study skills, mind maps, note taking, chunking, effective reading and lots more ideas of how to maximise their study time and memory skills.



Egg Parents!

posted 15 Jan 2018, 04:54 by N Nelson

Mrs Robert's Year 12s and 13s have become parents ... egg parents! All in the name of Psychology.

They are working on an attachment project and will need to look after their eggs as if they were newborns for the next few weeks. They have got off to a "cracking" start! 



Mock Interviews

posted 10 Nov 2017, 03:34 by Nat Admin   [ updated 10 Nov 2017, 03:40 ]

Well done to all Year 13 students who took part in the mock interviews this week. Our guest panel were very impressed with the knowledge and attitude of students that took part. Our students were described as 'a credit to the school' and 'a delight to interview'.

Thank you to everyone that volunteered their time to come in and talk to our students. It was very valuable experience that gives students the experience of an interview with good quality feedback.


6th Form Student Council

posted 23 Oct 2017, 05:31 by N Nelson

We are very excited to present our new 6th form council! Working alongside students and staff to deliver a voice for the 6th form community. Congratulations to Jim and Kaitlyn on becoming Head Boy and Head Girl and Oli and Julia for being chosen as Deputy Head Boy Deputy Head Girl in 6th form.



STEM Engineering Education Scheme

posted 23 Oct 2017, 02:55 by N Nelson

In October Year 12 students attended the induction day for the Engineering Education Scheme at Southampton University. This was an amazing opportunity for students to take part in learning about project management, working as a team and developing ideas for a real world solution for a local company.

The students also had an opportunity for a tour of Southampton University and sample what university life is like on campus.

Students will be mentored by and working with GKN Aerospace over the next 6 months on a project that will help GKN’s production process to save time and potentially money, using robotics.

Students were told of the importance of STEM career choices and how the UK economy will depend on our students in the future.

The team building exercise in the afternoon, asked the students to work in their project groups and create a rollercoaster that allowed a marble to roll. The winning group was the team that could keep the marble rolling the longest. The team quickly discovered that making the track as long as possible would allow this. Valuable lessons were learnt on using time effectively and planning ahead before diving straight into their project ideas.

6th Form Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

posted 3 Oct 2017, 23:17 by Nat Admin

Well done to all the 6th formers and staff who baked and bought cake for MacMillan's Biggest Coffee morning.

Students organised it and raised £101.23. Elisha was crowned ‘Star Baker’ with the pink cake and Max was second with his Oreo cake. Well done they look amazing!

 


6th Form Alumni day and CPR training event

posted 13 Jul 2017, 07:03 by Nat Admin

The 6th formers had a great day on Friday 7th July. Alumni visited the school for careers talks in the morning. We had Lucy Garrett (Barrister), Holly Jolliffe (Photographer), Daisy Coulam (Script Writer), Dr Anna Garrett (Clinical Psychologist) and Hannah Rochell (Fashion Writer).

In the afternoon Portsmouth University and NHS staff came in to deliver CPR training and careers advice. Thank you to all that came in, our students really enjoyed it.

Young Enterprise Finalists!

posted 30 May 2017, 05:41 by Nat Admin   [ updated 30 May 2017, 05:43 ]

Well done to the Young Enterprise team who won ‘Company of the Year’ and went through to the regional finals which were held in May. They received the award for best trade stand, and Katie won the individual entrepreneur award for the Isle of Wight!

The team, Multi-ply, worked really hard on designing, producing and marketing their desk tidy products, including holding trade stalls at Tesco and on Wightlink car ferry. Well done to all of you.


        

Psychology

posted 15 Mar 2017, 03:45 by Nat Admin

Psychology was brought to life in class. A student stormed in demanding to know what an electrical synapse was. The nerve! #psychologybanter #NotMyJoke!





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