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SIBFORD SIXTH FORM


Support for Learning (SfL)


Support is offered to any student entering the Sixth Form who feels they would benefit from the support of a specialist SfL tutor. We offer a variety of tuition for A Level study. You can opt for one or more individual weekly


tutorial sessions with a member of the SfL team. Our aim is to underpin learning and work towards transition to Higher Education studies. There


is a focus on relevance to study, overlearning, motivation and ‘little and often’. The broad areas considered to create targets are:


• Effective study skills • Assistive technology • Time management and organisation • Reading for research • Writing: assignments, essays, reports • Establishing learning priorities.


The SfL team will carry out the necessary assessments for access arrangement applications for public examinations and will help you with the preparation of your CV and Higher Education personal statement.


Study Skills Development (PHSE programme)


Students are supported to develop Study Skills throughout Years 12 and 13. These sessions are developed specifically for Post 16 students and sit alongside academic and vocational subjects and include a wide range of areas such as note-taking, summarising, avoiding plagiarism, writing essays, and active reading strategies.


All of the sessions are designed to enhance Post 16 student performance as well as preparing students for their life at University or in the world of work or apprenticeship.


In addition to the taught sessions, Post 16 students also have the opportunity to ‘drop in’ for support or guidance with specific areas of the curriculum and this is provided on a small group or one-to-one basis throughout the academic year.


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