As member of Sixth Form in the Alban Partnership we expect you to show both enthusiasm and commitment for your chosen course of study, and to make an active contribution to the wider consortium community as a role model and ambassador; participating in a range of activities offered by the consortium.

Success at A-Level is highly dependent upon regular attendance and you should be punctual, both to school and to all classes. You will be treated as young adults and we obviously expect you to act responsibly.

We encourage our students to realise their full academic and personal potential in a stimulating and fast paced environment which embraces innovation, develops decision-making skills as well as independence. We therefore place an increasing emphasis in the Sixth Form on the acquisition and application of skills as well as a regard for knowledge for its own sake.

Your timetable will have a number of periods each week for independent study. You will be expected to use this time constructively either on homework, further study or research. You are expected to treat the facilities provided with care and respect and to tidy up after yourselves. Failure to comply with this may result in restricted access to the Sixth Form areas. Students are expected to remain in school for all independent study sessions.

Loreto College
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St Albans Girls' School
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Samuel Ryder Academy
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Marlborough Science Academy
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Townsend C. of E. School
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The Prospectus


Our Prospectus includes a general introduction to Sixth Form along with pages that outline the range of courses available across the Alban Learning Partners consortium.