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In Sixth Form, each day starts with form time (8.50 am -9.05 am). Form time is compulsory and non-negotiable as not only are students registered in form time, they also take part in collective worship, oracy training and receive important notices. If a student is late, he or she must ‘sign in’ in the Sixth Form office. All students are expected to be present in school for form time, assemblies and timetabled lessons, including supervised study, PSHE and Enrichment.

Absence Action
If a student is unwell The parent or guardian of the student must contact the school in order to notify the sixth form team of any absence.
If a student feels unwell whilst at school Unwell students should go to the pastoral office and speak to Mr Halliday, Mr Lynn or Mrs Wood, who can if necessary give them permission to go home.
If a student has a known medical or dentist appointment, university visit, driving test (but not driving lesson), wedding, or funeral of close family member Students should fill in a Planned Absence Form (found in the Sixth Form Office). The form must be signed by a member of the Sixth Form Pastoral Team.
Amending attendance records Students with absences on their attendance record will receive notification of this on a fortnightly basis. Students are expected to manage their attendance and contact Mrs Jervis in the Sixth Form office if they believe there to be any errors, or to explain any absences. Students will receive an attendance report each term.
The Sixth Form team monitors each student’s attendance and they will contact home if required PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO EXPECT AT LEAST 95% ATTENDANCE FOR ALL STUDENTS.
If a student is late All Sixth Form students are expected to arrive on time for lessons. If students are late, they may not be allowed to participate in that lesson but will be expected to catch up on the work missed.
Leaving during the school day. If a student has occasion to leave school during the school day at any point, they MUST sign out in the Sixth Form Office and sign back in on their return.
What is Supervised Study? All students have Supervised Study lessons on their timetable. It is important that students develop strong independent study skills in order to be successful in their Sixth Form Studies. All Supervised Study Periods should be spent in the Study Centre. However, students may spend supervised study time in another venue, such as the Library or Art Room, if a teacher is prepared to add them to their register or provide a note (to be submitted to Mrs Jervis in the Sixth Form Office) and supervise them.
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