Broadening our horizons through sharing in each other’s cultural customs and traditions deepens friendship and understanding. This week Ruslana, Valeriia and Maryna have been encouraging us to do exactly that in Food Technology.
Y12s should be continuing to work on their Personal Statements and should be arranging work experience for the holidays. Work experience does not have to be a full week, even half a day can be beneficial. However, it should be relevant work so that students can write about it in their personal statements and CVs.
Y12 should also be arranging university open days. Open day dates can be found on university websites or by looking at the “Opendays” website where all dates are centrally held which makes planning easier. Students are allowed a maximum of three school days to visit universities, however many are held at the weekend so no school is missed.
Monday 6 June Subject based 1:1s with teachers will take place this week
Monday 20 June - Y12 internal exams in lessons will take place this week
Important Information for Y13
We wish the Y13s good luck as their A level exams began in earnest this week. BTEC students are still in school until they have completed all their BTEC work. Please can Y13 students remember to complete the Y13 Exit Questionnaire for Mrs Rogers - your voice matters!
Student Leader applications
Applications for the Student Leadership team and for Learning Ambassadors must be received by Friday 10 June. Y12 students can work on their applications in the half-term holiday.
Summer Career Experiences in London
This is the final call for students to register for a life-changing, immersive career experience in London this summer. These are the world's only summer programmes to focus exclusively on career experience for school students, as we look to transform energetic teenagers into talented young professionals. You can register here. Popular experiences are medicine, law, engineering, investment banking and psychology.
Are you ready to kick-start your career in banking and finance? At The London Institute of Banking & Finance, we’re ready to help you unlock a world of opportunity in a fast-paced and dynamic industry.
Join us on 2 July for our on-campus Undergraduate Open Day. Get a taste of student life and learn more about our degree programmes, student support and career paths. There’s lots to do around our campus so why not take in the London sights and make it a fun day out?
What can you expect from our open day?
Learn more about the career paths for your chosen degree with our Employability and Career Panel, including past and present students and our careers team.
Chat with student ambassadors to discover what life at LIBF is like.
Get an in-depth look at our specialist degree programmes with our Higher Education Programmes Team, our Library Team and our Student Support Officers.
Explore the City of London and the heart of the financial district with a guided tour. Did you know that we are just a six-minute walk away from London Bridge?
Our team is happy to help arrange a time and day that is suitable for you. Drop us an email at email@example.com to find out more.
Life as a new Year 7 student is exciting, full of curiosity and anticipation of what lies ahead in the senior years. We know the jump from junior to senior, whether from State or Independent school can also be daunting and we are there for you every step of the way.
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