Further education options in Luton: Save the date in October for open evening at Sixth Form campus
The Shared Learning Trust Sixth Form is a vibrant and diverse sixth form offering excellent teaching and tutoring for post-16 students based in and around Luton.
And now there’s a chance to find out more about the courses – and the vibrancy of The Sixth Form’s culture - with special open evenings in October and November.
Based across two campuses in Luton - The Chalk Hills Academy and The Stockwood Park Academy - The Sixth Form is a great pathway for students looking for a more supportive and dedicated learning experience.
Join open evenings to discover more about the Sixth Form
Along with a bespoke curriculum, students are also offered an exciting range of extra-curricular activities and enrichment opportunities.
The Sixth Form is opening its doors to help young people plan for the future.
Open evenings take place on Thursday October 19 at Chalk Hills Academy, and on Thursday November 30 at Stockwood Park Academy, Rotheram Avenue, Luton. Both are from 5.30-7.30pm.
A Shared Learning Trust Sixth Form spokesperson Sadaf Ahmed says: “The Shared Learning Trust’s Sixth Form is across two sites and our vision is based around three core principals;
“Strive, Achieve and Believe!
“These three core principals are very much at the heart of everything The Shared Learning Trust Sixth Form does.
Special sporting partnerships with local clubs
“As a result, their students are articulate, hard-working and well-rounded individuals who achieve highly and enjoy their educational journey.”
And The Shared Learning Trust Sixth Form isn’t just about a great variety of A-Level and vocational subjects, it also offers a sporting pathway for aspirational footballers and cricketers.
It has partnered with both Luton Town Football Club and Northampton Steelbacks, to create special opportunities for 16-18-year-olds.
Youngsters can continue their education whilst also developing their football or cricketing skills with regular coaching and competition.
The two-year fully funded course offers a balanced educational experience and provides a real alternative to college or sixth form education.
For young people looking to the next steps in their education, The Sixth Form offers the perfect opportunities:
– It has a reputation for hard work and excellence.
– The Sixth Form has world-class, purpose-built facilities.
– A high level of parental engagement and a very strong pastoral system to ensure pupils have ongoing support.
How to find out more information
Says Sadaf Ahmed: “Students are well supported, monitored and encouraged to pursue their aspirations.
“The experience will be challenging, rewarding and memorable.
“Students enjoy their time here and also give back to the wider local community.
“They are role models and young leaders, who contribute to the collegiate ethos with a mature and dedicated approach to A-Level study.”
For more information about The Sixth Form or the open days, follow this link.