In Lower Sixth, pupils will continue with their current Sixth Form timetable. Individual teachers will ensure that pupils have a mix of face-to-face lessons using Zoom alongside opportunities to work through problems with teacher support through Microsoft Teams or Google Docs and to work independently. We will also be continuing with the Lower Sixth Programme of support for university applications and preparation for the wider world of work and study.
All work will earn KESW Credits, with staff providing opportunities for pupils to earn Elective Credits through extension tasks.
We have created a bespoke course for our Upper Sixth pupils that will ensure that they leave school prepared for both the world of work and university study. There are three strands to this course:
Our Upper Sixth pupils may participate in #KESWCertificates and will earn credits for their participation in all of these opportunities. We believe that it will be a useful addition to CVs so that our students can demonstrate that they have used their lockdown time effectively to extend their learning and understanding of the wider world.
King Edward’s new Head Boy, Head Girl and Head of School were all announced this week. Each brings their own objectives and aspirations to the role. A new start, we look forward to the three Upper Sixth pupils putting their ideas into practice. Meet and hear about their objectives over the coming year while at...