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Sixth Form Super-Curricular and Career Opportunities

Our students often comment on the range of opportunities and events made available to them and organised by the Sixth Form team. Our carefully chosen Super-curricular and extra-curricular activities enhance our students’ chances of entry into highly competitive degree courses. We emphasise the need for students to participate in these activities in order to build a strong individual profile.

Extra-Curricular Activities such as music, sport and drama are activities that fall outside the normal curriculum of school education. They add to a student's general 6th form experience and provide opportunities for them to both participate in and lead a variety of clubs and charitable events.

Super-Curricular Activities are activities that go beyond the curriculum but are still very much linked to an academic subject. Super-curricular activities such as taster courses, masterclasses and relevant work experience, help our students to find out more about a particular degree or career path and above all help them to stand out from the crowd by giving them an opportunity to show a genuine interest and passion for the subject they want to do at university.  

We are aware of the importance of these activities in producing well-rounded university applicants and offer our students the opportunity to participate in a wide range of events and workshops.

Here is just a taste of what our Sixth Formers have taken part in recently:-

Specialised Subject Masterclasses, Conferences & Workshops 

  • Specialised Subject Masterclasses at Oxford and Cambridge including Law, Natural Sciences, Engineering, Physics, HSPS, Classics, Psychology, Statistics and English.Oxbridge admissions staff visited the school to speak to Y12 and parents, with  student were  invited to a further presentation at a neighbouring school.
  • DNA Workshop at Imperial
  • Medicine Matters – conference at Bancroft’s school

  • Intensive Medicine Course – free workshop in central London

  • Medical Careers Day ‘So you want to be a doctor?’ at the Royal Society of Medicine

  • Medway School of Pharmacy in-house presentation

  • Oxford and Cambridge Law conferences

  • A wide range of conferences and opportunities offered through our partnership with Pure Potential

  • Diana Foundation ‘Inspire’ Day at Canary Wharf

  • Taylor Wessing Insight Day

  •  Morgan Stanley ‘Step In, Step Up’ programme

 

 competitions

  • Newnham, Peterhouse and Christ’s College Essay Competitions: Philosophy, History, Classics, Politics
  • Winners of 3 Mark Evison Awards – pantomime for Haven House Children’s Hospice, cycling and camping in the Lake District.
  • Amnesty International -  Best New Group (Runner Up) 2014.
  • Gemma Parker (year 12) and Paavan Bansel (year 13) selected to be part of the the RA A Level Summer Exhibition Online 2016 organised by The royal Academy of Arts.    https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibition/a-level-exhibition-online-2016

 

 

 TV Documentary

Three of our girls took part in the 'Doctors of the Future' programme exploring how the doctors of the future are developing.

 

Welcome to the RSM

 

 Work Experience

  • Barclays Life Skills Work Experience placements at Canary Wharf
  • Capco Work Experience Programme- One week based in the City
  • Snaresbrook Crown Court 'Q & A with a Judge'

 

 Team Building events

Team Building event at Stubbers Activity Centre for our Senior Prefects

Summer schools

  • Bartlett Summer School – a 10 day creative and conceptual experience at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.
  • UNIQ  Summer school
  • Half term and Summer holiday placements abroad
  • Sutton Trust American Summer School  - Year 12 student to MIT Summer 2015

 

 

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