Before leaving College and moving on to the next step of your career, it is important for us to maximise your potential. We intend to do this through our new programme ‘Succeed’ by challenging and stretching you to make you the ‘stand out candidate’ for universities and future employers.
When you join Cirencester Sixth Form College, we will build a bespoke package around your own individual learning programme (A-level or Vocational) to enhance your learning and enrich your academic experience.
The Succeed Programme includes:
• Extra qualification courses such as an AS-level, an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) or Pre-Teaching
• Non-qualification programmes e.g. Career Ready, Sports Development squads, Duke of Edinburgh or Young Enterprise
• Subject related enrichment e.g. Law Society, Debating Society and STEM activities
• Programmes and events e.g. University & Careers Convention, guest lectures, career guidance
• Learning focused support e.g. revision sessions, support workshops and work experience. A supervised study session will be timetabled into your learning programme
There are lots of options open to students and this will give you the opportunity to think about your skills and strengths which might benefit your future career.
With so many options within the Succeed Programme, we recommend you think about your strengths and what might benefit you in the future. We will then pick out elements together from the table below to complement your A-level or vocational courses and to give you your very own tailor-made programme.
All students at Cirencester Sixth Form College will get involved with Enrichment activities. Enrichment complements academic studies but also allows students to flourish outside the classroom and focus on essential skills. Enrichment also gives students the opportunity to:
With so many options within the Succeed Programme, we recommend you think about your strengths and what might benefit you in the future. We will then pick out elements together from those listed below to fit with you’re A-level or vocational programme courses to give you To complement your A-level or Vocational programme some students choose to take an extra course with a qualification, such as an AS-level or an extra vocational qualification such as Event Planning or Criminology.
All students can add Succeed (enrichment) activities to their programme from the list below:
RECREATIONAL SPORT/SUBJECT BASED ENRICHMENT CLUBS & SOCIETIES
Animation Club | Anthropology Club | Badminton | Boccia & Curling | Boxing | Bridge Club | Choir | CISCO | Classics Society | Cooking & Healthy Eating | Community Art | Computing Club | Creative Writing | Darts | Debating Society | Dog Walking | Driving Range | Duke of Edinburgh Scheme | Development Squads | Film Club | Fitness for Females | Foot Volley | Futsal | Giant Games | Guitar Club | Green Spaces | Gym Fit | Handball | Indoor Cycling | Introduction to French, German & Spanish | International Development | Kayaking | Kwick Cricket | Law Society | LGBT Society | Maths Challenge Club | Maths for Scientists | Outdoor Club | Paddle Boarding | Politics Book Club | Pottery | Psychology Club | Recreational Girls Football | Rock Climbing | Recreational Hockey | Robotics | Running Club | Self Defence | Sewing Club | STEM | STEP/MAT Club | Stretch & Meditate | Student Ambassadors | Sundial Theatre Company | Table Tennis | Taekwondo | TIES | Touch Tennis | Travel & Tourism | Walktography | Wheelchair Basketball | Yoga | Young Enterprise | Zumba
STUDENT LEARNING SUPPORT AND WORK EXPERIENCE
Support Workshops | Revision Sessions | Supervised Study (Yr1 + Yr2) | Work Experience | Study Skills Clinic
PLUS TUTORIAL PROGRAMME AND EVENTS
British Values | Careers Fair | Careers Guidance | CV Writing | Elevate | Employability | Guest Lectures |
Health, Fitness and Wellbeing | Higher Education Guidance | Higher Education Visits | Prevent & Being Safe | Vets & Medics | Work Experience