The ASA 16-19 study offer is designed to provide students with a structured and challenging learning programme that supports their development and progression in line with their career plans. Study programmes are individually tailored but will typically combine the elements below:
At Key Stage 5, Level 3 students complete Academic or Vocational programmes, as well as a mixture of Academic and Vocational courses; Level 2 Vocational programmes are designed to be completed in a year, alongside Maths and English re-sits.
Higher ability students complete Bright Futures, Slipstream, Hull University Alumni Mentoring, HE Plus and the EPQ independently. A comprehensive Enrichment/PSHE programme is delivered through weekly assemblies and through the tutorial programme.
An incredible day with @paulhannaford A moving and informative set of presentations about; knife crime, drugs and county lines Find out more about Paul’s story and his important work: paulhannaford.com pic.twitter.com/QOdT1z0dHU
*Sentamu Success* Attendance: Well done to 7EOS and 9LDA for starting the week with perfect attendance! 💯👏 Extra Effort: Well done to James and Penny (Y11) who attended extra Science revision tonight - what a fantastic attitude towards their learning! 🔬🎓 pic.twitter.com/hX3crCDPLR
*Tea with the Principal* Congratulations to Lucas and Aiden (Y10) who are the first ever winners of 'Tea with the Principal'. Mrs Holmes-Carne enjoyed meeting these two fantastic students who were nominated by their Head of Year for going above and beyond at school. ☕️🏆 pic.twitter.com/M8nUGZdd6y