We would like to welcome you to Enfield Grammar School Sixth Form. As senior students of the school, your time with the Sixth Form will be enjoyable, rewarding and memorable. The following handbook has been designed to take you through some of the key features and expectations of the Sixth Form.
The Handbook includes;
- School Calendar & Key Dates
- Working Week
- Routines & Procedures
- Progress Monitoring
- Home / School Agreements
- Behaviour & Expectations
- Important Advice & Information
The School Day
8.25 Tutor Period
8.45 Period 1
10.05 Period 2
11.05 Period 3
1.05 Period 4
2.05 Period 5
Year 12 students must be on site from 8.25am every day. They must remain on site for periods 1, 2 & 3 every day even if they do not have lessons.
Students with Independent Study periods during this are to report to the sixth form study room – sessions will be supervised and registered.
Each week Year 13 have two additional study periods in their timetable. These are compulsory sessions and you must bring work to complete during these sessions. Year 13 students are able to use the Garratt, study room, Sixth Form Snug, library and free classrooms in the sixth form house for private study.
Private Study is silent, supervised study in the Sixth Form Study Area or the Learning Resource Centre that is pre-allocated on your timetable. Outside of school we expect you to complete 16 hours of independent work or 1 hour for every lesson taught in school. Students may use the Sixth Form Study Centre or Learning Resource Centre beyond 3.30pm, but no later than 5pm as long as a member of staff is present in the Sixth Form/Learning Resource Centre.
The Sixth Form Team will convey information such as examination dates, school trips etc. to students via the following:
-Email correspondence. Students are responsible for checking their email on a daily basis. Students will be issued with a school email address and are expected to use this
-Regular assemblies and tutor time
-Noticeboards and the Google Classroom notices
-Letters to parents/carers
-SMS – text messages to Parents/Carers
The school website also has up-to-date information regarding important dates throughout the academic year.
We RESPECT ourselves, others and the School.
We take PRIDE in our achievements and appearance.
We come to school to SUCCEED in learning and are ready to LEARN.
We take RESPONSIBILITY for our own actions and learning.
We acknowledge the VESPA principles and apply these whenever possible.
Vision – Know what you want to do
Effort – You put in many hours of proactive independent study
Systems – you organise your learning resources and time
Practice – you practice and develop your skills
Attitude – you respond constructively to setback
Book Club Challenge
Try and read as many books as you can from the image below;