3rd April 2020 Dear Parents, As we approach the ‘Easter holidays’ I think I should brief you on the current position in school. Easter Holiday The government’s FAQs state: “Where possible, we would encourage childcare providers, schools and colleges to continue to look after critical workers’ children and vulnerable children throughout the Easter holidays.” […]
Welcome to Sir John Cass Red Coat Sixth Form
(students pictured with Ms James – Head of Sixth Form)
We provide a stimulating, intellectual and supportive environment for our students to achieve their very best. This means academic success as well as training, skills and personal development. Studying in an environment where you are known as individuals and are supported is very important for success in post-16 education.
Our highly motivated and dedicated teaching staff encourage independent investigation, discussion and debate, backed up by excellent resources and a wide-ranging curriculum.
Sixth Form students enjoy many privileges and are encouraged to take on responsibilities within the school to develop personal qualities which are important for a successful career. The majority of our students achieve excellent results and progress to university.
We strive to ensure that all of our students leave our Sixth Form with everything they need to face the challenges of the future as confident and independent young adults.
Letter from Mr. Woods re. cancellation of summer exams can be found here.
From Monday 23rd March until Friday 3rd April 2020 the school will be open only to those students with whom we have communicated. We have also communicated to parents of students who are eligible for Free School Meals. Students working from home can access resources from their teacher via Google Classroom. Full details can be […]
If your child is entitled to a free school meal and will not be attending school during the school closure, we will be offering a cold lunch option, which includes a sandwich/roll, fruit bag and a cold drink, to be taken away. We will be sending a survey home weekly to parents of students who […]