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SIBFORD SIXTH FORM


Sixth Form Resources


The Sixth Form Centre at Sibford School is fully equipped for the needs and requirements of young adult learners. It provides comfort and support for a variety of learning styles as well as areas for students to relax in each other’s company.


Private Study Areas Effective use of private study and independent study is the key to success in the Sixth Form. The designated study areas ensure that Sixth Form students are fully supported and encouraged to work independently.


Flexible Study Areas All students learn in different ways. To ensure that all learning styles are catered for, the Sixth Form Centre provides a range of soft chairs, sofas, tables and study areas to ensure that students can select their preferred method of learning. Students are also provided with café tables so that groups can share and extend their learning together.


IT


Sixth Form students are expected to bring their own devices to school. IT facilities are also available in the Sixth Form centre for the exclusive use of Sixth Form students. These resources ensure that students are able to use their independent study time effectively, enabling them to build on and extend the class learning.


Recreational Facilities Social time is important for full enjoyment of Sixth Form life as it creates positive working relationships and engenders supportive groups. To ensure that all students are able to make the most of their educational experience, the Sixth Form centre includes a modern, well equipped kitchen area exclusively for the use of Sixth Form students.


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