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Poetry (Y12)

Year 12 Notices

SIXTH FORM TRANSITION
SUMMER STUDY WORK 2017

As part of preparing for Sixth Form studies all students applying for a place in September 2017 are expected to complete summer transition work in each of the subjects they will be studying. Details of the work for courses taught at The College are here. Grades for this piece of work will provide the first assessment mark next term.

Some subjects have provided additional resources which can be downloaded by clicking below.
IT Diploma
Photography
Physics
Chemistry 1
Chemistry 2
Sports Studies
English Literature

Links to transition work for subjects taught at Ursuline High School are below
Sociology
Sociology 1
Sociology 2
Sociology 3
Sociology 4
Sociology 5
Sociology 6
Sociology 7
Sociology 8
BTEC Business
BTEC Business
Art
Art
Politics
Politics
English Language
English Language 1
English Language 2
Drama
Drama
Geography
Geography

 

Progression

Please find below a link to the Parent Guide 2018 to help parents support their sons as they start to consider their plans after finishing school.  This document provides general information, but more specific guidance will be given to students in tutor time, assembly over the course of the term and during the final week of term after Review Day. We also have a visiting speaker coming in at the beginning of July to talk about university choices, finance etc.  Mr Boyse will speak in more detail about the UCAS process at the Rhetoric Information Evening on Wednesday 13 September.  In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Boyse, Mr Fitcher or our Careers Advisor, Mrs Collet-Creedy, if you have any questions. 

Sixth Form Dress Code

Please refer to the document below for the Sixth Form Dress Code. 

Bursary

Students will receive their final bursary payment for 2016/17 during the w/c 24 July 2017.  This payment covers the second half of the Lent term and the Summer term payment.  Students are welcome to see Mrs Household for a breakdown of how their payment is made up.

Please note that Poetry students will need to re-apply to receive the bursary in the academic year 2017/18.  Information and an application form will be available on the website before the end of term.

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