Issued: November 8, 2018
Hundreds of prospective students attend Sixth Form open evening
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Hundreds of prospective Sixth Form students and their parents attended West Hatch High School's Sixth Form Open Evening on Wednesday.
Guest heard from Headteacher Daniel Leonard who spoke about how integral the Sixth Form is to the whole school and how for over three decades the school had supported its Sixth Form students to achieve outstanding results and be able to compete with the best once they left the school.
Assistant Headteacher Victoria Schaefer gave details of the broad and creative curriculum that allows the school to meet the needs and interests of every student as well as West Hatch’s commitment to providing extensive opportunities outside of the curriculum for its students.
Senior School Ambassador Natasha Watts, who on the same day received an offer of an apprenticeship from PWC and all of her university offers, spoke of how for seven years the school had nurtured her and given her confidence to reach her potential while Year 12 student Matthew Mortimer spoke about joining the school having been taught at a different school from Year 7 to 11, and how the staff and students immediately made him feel part of the community.
Parents and students were able to tour the school and separate Sixth Form Centre to see what Sixth Form life is like and to get information to help them make the right choices in their subjects.
Students can apply for the school by visiting https;//westhatch.ulas.co.uk.
The Sixth Form prospectus is also available online.
The closing date for applications is January 31, 2019.