Clarendon Sixth Form College aims to stretch and challenge every student.
Students follow a study programme that is individually tailored to the needs of each learner.
The key requirements of study programmes are that they should:
- Be individualised and provide progression to a higher level of study than learners’ prior attainment to meet clear educational and career aspirations
The study programme has three main elements:
- Include qualification(s) that stretch the learner and link clearly to progression routes to training, employment or higher education, or include an extended period of work-experience/work preparation for those learners who are not ready to study for a substantial qualification at level 2
- Include continued teaching, to enable learners to work towards achieving English and mathematics GCSE grades A* to C, for those who do not already hold these, or other interim/stepping stone qualifications towards achieving these GCSEs
- Allow for meaningful work experience (related to the vocational area) or other non-qualification activity to develop learners’ personal skills and/or prepare them for employment, training or higher/further education.