Head of Sixth Form
Mr Hannaford is the Head of Sixth Form and has 16 years' experience as an English and history teacher. Mr Hannaford has been the head of Sixth Form since 2015 and, whilst having oversight over the entire Sixth Form, also focusses on student attainment and the quality of teaching and learning being offered to students. Mr Hannaford's office is situated in the Sixth Form centre.
Deputy Head of Sixth Form
As Deputy Head of Sixth Form, Mrs Skinner is the pastoral lead. Her responsibilities include monitoring student welfare, attendance and behavioural matters. She oversees the running of the senior team and student voice. In addition, Mrs Skinner is also Head of Psychology and can be located either in the Sixth Form centre (when not teaching) or in room 113 (Lulworth block).
Assistant Head of Sixth Form
Mrs Booker is the co-ordinator of the level 2 programme of study in the Sixth Form. She is also head of sociology, health and social care and mindfulness. You will find her in room 114, in the Lulworth block.
Assistant Head of Sixth Form
Mrs Rendell has been at Lytchett since 2012 and is one of our team of specialist teachers based in the Student Support Centre (room 312). As Assistant Head of Sixth Form, her role is to support pupils as they move through their final year at Lytchett, helping them to make informed choices about university places, apprenticeships or employment.
Sixth Form Support (Mondays to Wednesdays)
Hannah has worked in the Sixth Form team for just over a year and her responsibilities include daily administrative tasks, data management, attendance monitoring, pastoral support and admissions. Hannah and Mandy are the first point of contact for any enquiries regarding the Sixth Form and are located in the Sixth Form centre. Hannah is a designated safeguarding lead for the Sixth Form.
Sixth Form Support (Thursdays and Fridays)
Mandy has worked in the Sixth Form team for 10 years and her responsibilities include daily administrative tasks, data management, attendance monitoring, pastoral support and admissions. Mandy and Hannah are the first point of contact for any enquiries regarding the Sixth Form and are located in the Sixth Form centre. Mandy is a designated safeguarding lead for the Sixth Form.
Sixth Form Tutors
All students in the Sixth Form have a dedicated tutor, with whom they will meet each morning during registration. We have combined tutor groups across Years 12, 13 and 14 which we believe encourages unities across year groups and is massively beneficial to students who share experience, subject information and lend support to each other. Tutors are often the first port of call for students and will take an active role in supporting students throughout their time in the Sixth Form.
Our Sixth Form tutors for 2018/2019 are:
Each year we have a head boy and a head girl appointed from within Year 13. Any student can nominate themselves for the position of head boy or head girl and will be invited to attend an interview. Following this phase, finalists will be determined and students will vote for their final choice.
The head boy and head girl are supported by a senior team. Each member of the senior team is responsible for a committee:
Teaching and learning
To offer a student's perspective on the classroom experience.
Links (main school liaison)
Responsible for building strong working links with the whole school, attached to specific houses.
Charity and fundraising
Responsible for charitable events and to raise money for external charities.
Responsible for creating better relations between those within the Sixth Form.
Sport and leisure
Establish and run a calendar or sports and leisure events to cater for the whole of the Sixth Form.
To promote, organise and execute global environmental issues within the Sixth Form.
To promote, organise and run social events both within and outside of school, catering for the whole Sixth Form.
It is expected that all teams will work collaboratively in order to achieve our common goals, not only within committees but also across committees. Not only will individual committees need to meet regularly, but cross-committee meetings will need to take place in order for us to effectively plan activities and events that cut across committee areas. We need people with a ‘can do’ attitude, plenty of team work and a collective will to change things for the better - not just in the Sixth Form but across the whole school and outside in the wider community.