You can judge a lot about a school from its Sixth Form; ours is fast-paced, hard-working and fun, and there is a huge amount on offer.  We are proud of our 六 and hope that you will come and see it for yourself.

For many students these two years are the most memorable and enjoyable part of their school life.  Here is where they make the final steps into adulthood, moving on from school into the world beyond.  We aim to help them take those steps confidently and wisely through the experiences, challenges and support we offer.

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Here are a few things you might like to know about our 六:

  • Tutor groups are small, usually 14 students, with the same tutor throughout both years.
  • Students can choose to study three or four A level subjects over two years with public exams in each subject at the end of the Upper 6 year.
  • In September 2020 we will introduce an Aske’s Level as a supplement to A Levels, which will draw from the best elements of the IB.  From September 2021 we will also increase collaboration between ourselves and Habs Boys by ensuring that every sixth-former is taught at least one subject in a mixed-gender class.
  • We have a range of sixth form facilities: a Common Room available all day for everyone in the Sixth Form with a Cafeteria which serves a wide range of homemade cakes, savouries and drinks; The Mezz (a collaborative learning space with a Café for Sixth Form, staff and visitors); Careers study areas dedicated to 六 study; and a “Green Room” in the Learning Resource Centre which can be booked for collaborative learning and meetings.
  • One of the best things about the 六 is the opportunity to join (or start new) societies, and to acquire new skills and contacts, for example, Model United Nations, European Youth Parliament, Senior Choir, Science Society, etc.
  • There are plenty of leadership opportunities from leading and organising weekly clubs for the younger pupils (including the bt365app), coaching in a particular sport and mentoring in a subject area.
  • Students also participate in Prefect elections; can become House reps; run assemblies and get involved in all kinds of sport, dance and drama.
  • There are many volunteering opportunities as well as fundraising as part of the 六 or within Houses.
  • There are also 六 study afternoons – one afternoon a week to work from home, taking ever more responsibility for their own learning.
“ Pupils’ personal qualities and their relationships at all ages are an outstanding strength of the school. ”
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“ I loved the 六 at Habs - the combination of teaching and learning and interaction with the school community was amazing. ”
Former 六er
“ I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in the 六 and I have really grown as a person in terms of maturity and knowledge. ”
六 leaver
“ The best thing about coming to Habs is that you are viewed and cared for as a person and the focus is not just on what you can achieve academically but how you can be supported in achieving it. ”
L6 Student
“ I love the friendly atmosphere and the community that Habs offers. There is so much to get involved with, ranging from knitting circle to GEMsoc! ”
A 六 student
“ As a new girl into 六, the students and staff have been very warm and welcoming to me, making my time in the Lower Sixth very enjoyable so far, and rewarding. ”
New L6 Student
“ 六 at Habs has put me in a good position to venture out into the world as an independent young woman. ”
Former 六 student

Come to Our Next Open Morning

We encourage anyone interested in joining Habs to visit during one of our School in Action mornings. At present these take the form of Virtual 开放日.



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