In the 5th Form, we have created a bespoke course for our pupils. We are starting the Summer Term with a period of consolidation and completion of GCSE courses, to ensure that all pupils have covered essential ground equipping them for Sixth Form study.
Meanwhile, tutors will work with pupils to identify a field of inquiry suitable for the Inquiry Project, which will allow pupils to develop essential research, time management and project management skills by exploring a particular subject, interest or passion and delivering a presentation on this at the end of the Summer Term.
In addition, 5th Form pupils will be able to choose between three and five subjects they are planning to study in the Sixth Form and explore these in greater depth through a mix of face to face teaching from our subject specialists, access to open on-line courses and opportunities to participate in workshops and seminars, giving them a taste of Sixth Form learning.
Finally, we will be offering all 5th Form pupils guidance and information about accessing the world of work, including self-presentation skills such as dress codes, the perfect CV, applying for internships or work experience and interview techniques.
Once again, all 5th Form pupils will be participating in #KESWCertificates and will earn credits for their participation in all of these opportunities.
Lockdown restrictions have not stopped the music at King Edwards’, with over 100 pupils participating in an online ‘Together at Home’ music extravaganza. The event – which was the brainchild of Mr Stasio Sliwka, Director of Music at King Edward’s and its partner school Barrow Hills – represented a major technical challenge coordinating contemporary and...
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