THE SIXTH FORM CENTRE
The Sixth Form Centre comprises of three main rooms:
The Green room is the large common room, complete with a kitchen area with tables and chairs, table tennis and comfortable chairs for relaxation and recreational use.
The Amber room is for quiet studying, equipped with an extensive and up to date careers and UCAS library and computing and printing facilities.
For silent studying, there is the Red room.
Students also benefit from a wireless broadband connection throughout the Sixth Form Centre.
“I definitely made the right choice in coming to Stafford Grammar. The facilities are excellent.”
The Sixth Form has established a formidable academic reputation as a centre of excellence. Our students are supported to become independent learners and are provided with guidance and advice to manage their own time effectively. We closely monitor each student’s academic progress and effort and are quick to respond if students fall below expectations. Independent study time will be supervised if necessary.
We provide a broad, balanced and stimulating education which enables students to excel academically. Inspirational teachers, small classes, a traditional yet caring environment and enthusiastic, ambitious students lead to outstanding academic achievement. We strive to foster a love of learning and encourage all students to reach their full potential at A-level. The majority of our students achieve a place at their first choice university.
The Head of Sixth Form, works closely with, the four specialist Sixth Form tutors and the UCAS co-ordinator to provide an extensive tutor programme. There is a form period each week when the students are timetabled with their tutors.
SIXTH FORM GAMES
All Sixth Form students have one period of Games each week and are offered a wide range of sporting activities.
These include zumba, salsa, badminton, basketball, cricket, fitness, football, hockey, netball, rugby and tennis. Those with a particular interest in sports will have the opportunity to assist staff with the coaching of younger school pupils.