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CHRISTOPHER WHITEHEAD

LANGUAGE COLLEGE AND SIXTH FORM

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CWLC SIXTH FORM
Welcome to Christopher Whitehead Language College Sixth Form

Sixth Form Open Evening

Wednesday 6th March 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm

RECORD RESULTS

‘Better than other local schools and the national average’

STUDENTS GAINING A*- A

Maths 48% - 9 students A*, Psychology 39% - 7 students A* Art 55%, Politics 50%

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REASONS TO STUDY AT CWLC

Head of Sixth Form | Penny Pugh

In joining Christopher Whitehead Sixth Form, students become part of a vibrant and supportive community in which they and staff work collegiately to foster an ethos of academic excellence and a love of learning. Our students benefit from a balance of support and challenge, enabling them to develop into independent young adults equipped with the skills desired by universities and employers.The sixth form at Christopher Whitehead boasts its own sense of identity, established by our exceptional students, whilst remaining an integral part of the school. We encourage all of our sixth form students to get involved, whether taking on leadership responsibilities within the sixth form, or developing their skills supporting staff and students in the lower school.

Head of Sixth Form

Penny Pugh

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JOSIE BALLARD | FINE ART STUDENT
I chose this subject because it was something I enjoyed at GCSE and wanted to continue doing. I have enjoyed being able to personalise my portfolio to something I want to study, and increase me independence. Art has enabled me to be able to use my time management skills better when sticking to deadlines and has also developed my essay–writing skills which will be useful in further education. I chose Art purely because it was something I enjoyed rather than something I intend to study at university. I’d definitely recommend choosing subjects you enjoy, or you won’t enjoy your sixth form experience! But also think about what you’d like to do in the future so your subject choices will help you get onto these courses at university.
FREYA HARRAD | RELIGIOUS STUDIES STUDENT
I choose this subject as the philosophy and ethics elements of the course interested me greatly. What I like about studying RS is that everyone single lesson makes you think about and consider new viewpoints that you had not considered before. For example, within our arguments for the existence of God topic, I began to question my own beliefs on whether God could exist or not. As well as that, every lesson has a different format so there is a nice mix of debates and presentations as well as more independent tasks. Next year, I am hoping to study Philosophy at university as my RS lessons have sparked an interest in the deeper philosophical questions surrounding the world that we live in.
NIAMH WEBB | HISTORY
I chose History because I love the modules that were offered, particularly the coursework and British history but I enjoy the complexity of the Russian topic. In terms of Britain and Russia, I have enjoyed learning about the continuity and change element of British politics and learning about the tumultuous events in Russia in the early 20th century. I have certainly developed my analytical skills because of the source and interpretation work that History offers and also my essay writing skills using the PEACE format. Next year, I am hoping to study History and English Literature at the University of Birmingham and the do a PGCE to become a History teacher. I am so grateful to all of the staff in the History department at CWLC for being so supportive and approachable during the course so far.
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