In Abbeyfield School Sixth Form, we expect students to have a responsible attitude to work. Full attendance is required at all registrations, assemblies and study periods as well as at timetabled lessons. Students must make a commitment to their courses, meeting deadlines and making sure that work is always done to the best of their ability. The prime concern in the Sixth Form is for the achievement of success in whatever courses each student has chosen.
However, we also expect students to show commitment to the whole experience of being a part of the Sixth Form community, including social and extra-curricular activities. Students are also expected to maintain the highest standards of courtesy and co-operation, both as role models to younger students and in order to make the Sixth Form a pleasant environment in which to achieve success. We aim to encourage a climate of mutual respect where staff and students work together to this end. We celebrate success and encourage students to achieve by a system of rewards both for their own self-esteem and in a competitive environment.
We hope that our students will have the highest aspirations and that Abbeyfield School Sixth Form will help them to achieve their goals. Every student should achieve more than they ever thought possible and to aim that bit higher each day. Our aim is for learning at Abbeyfield School Sixth Form to be rewarding and fun. We can assure you that we will be doing all we can to meet this aim.