Care, Guidance & Support
VI Form Care, Guidance and Support
Each student at the SCHA VI Form will receive care, guidance and support from a professional and experienced form tutor throughout Year 12 and 13. The tutor is responsible for assisting the student in making sensible choices about their studies or future aspirations. This may include preparation in applying for university or apprenticeships, or going straight from school into a career.
Students meet regularly with their tutor for mentoring sessions that cover all manner of academic and pastoral issues that may be impacting on the student’s progress. In such meetings the students are encouraged to set their own ‘smart’ targets in agreement with their tutor and subject teachers, with progress being monitored at later meetings.
The VI Form team of Mr Shackleton, Mrs Heaney-Cox and VI Form Support, adopt an ‘open door’ policy and encourage students to discuss any problems that they may be facing or if they just require someone to talk to.
The VI Form Tutor team are professional and experienced in their roles as tutors, giving a high standard of support to the students.
|Mr Lane||Head of Art & DT Faculty - Tutor of VIR1|
|Mrs Dutt||Teacher of Maths & KS5 - Tutor of VIR2|
|Mr Hughes||Head of Faculty/Head of Boys PE - Tutor of VIR3|
|Ms Williams||Head of Sociology/2nd in Humanities - Tutor of VIR4|
|Mr Green||Head of Media - Tutor of VIR5|
|Mrs Dun||2nd in DT & Art - Tutor of VIR6|
|Mr Parsons||Senior Teacher of Business Studies -Tutor of VIR7|
|Mr Marston||Lead Practitioner in Maths - Tutor of VIR8|
In VI Form these are reported directly to our VI Form Support Administrator on 01933 231275. If it is an absence that you are aware of in advance then we ask you to complete an absence permission slip and return it to the VI Form Support Office. Your absence can then be accurately recorded.
If it is an unexpected absence i.e. illness, then please phone 01933 231275 in the first instance on the day of absence, (NOT Reception or the Attendance line) otherwise your absence could be recorded as unauthorised and a call home will be made.
We firmly believe that good attendance is directly linked to success.
We ask that doctor and dentist appointments are made OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS wherever possible. Driving lessons during the schol day are not permitted under any circumstances.
Dress Code (Please click here for a full copy of the VI Form Dress Code)
A detailed dress code is available if required, but we ask that students dress as though attending an important interview. Girls should dress modestly at all times and boys should wear a plain shirt, smart trousers and tie.
As a brief guide, denim, hoodies, leggings (or any similar item) t-shirts with slogans etc on the front, and brightly patterned trousers (boys and girls!) trainers or plimsoll type footwear are not permitted. A full copy of the dress code is sent out with every acceptance letter.
If in doubt please speak to a member of the VI Form team.