Hit the Ground Running
Welcome to Salesian College Sixth Form!
We're really looking forward to welcoming you formally in September and hope you're excited about joining our community.
In our Sixth Form, we place a significant emphasis on students taking personal responsibility for their own learning, through extension work, additional reading and independent study. We believe that these are skills that will enable you to make the most of your time here and develop healthy habits for your future studies.
To this end, each subject has set a list of tasks to be completed in your own time before the beginning of term. Tasks vary depending on the nature of the subject: you may be asked to read, watch, listen, subscribe or just think. You should do so with an open mind and a positive attitude! This is not meant to burden you, but to prepare you for your chosen subjects and for A-Level study in general.
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Have a fantastic summer, relax and we'll see you in September.
Sixth Form team
- Computer Science
- Drama and Theatre
- English Literature
- Maths (and Further Maths)
- Philosophy and Ethics
- Physical Education
In preparation for beginning AS Physical Education, you are encouraged to:
- Subscribe to the UK Sport website and podcasts in order to get a flavour of all UK Sport initiatives, past and present
- Sign up to 3 national governing body LTAD programmes and follow them/download their apps
- Follow UK Sport on twitter
- Download and read the guide below which will give you more information about your PE coursework. Start thinking about what sport you are going to do and how you are going to record your coursework. If you want to do a Summer Sport, please contact Mr Yates at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the video sorted over the summer holidays.
Students can also visit the links below to seek information and helpful hints around the Anatomy & Physiology side of the PE course:
Before beginning AS Spanish, we recommend that you sign up for emails from BBC Mundo: http://www.bbc.com/mundo/institucional/2014/09/000001_email_gel_new
External students can access the Spanish VLE files, mentioned in the document above, here