About the Leadership Curriculum
At KSA, we recognise how important it is for students to achieve top grades in order for them to be able to access the very best courses and the highest performing universities in the country; at Sixth Form, both staff and students are guided by the expectation that hard work and dedication to A-level/BTEC study is vitally important to achieve our potential. We afford a great deal of time each working week through our Student Progress Tutor Programme to ensure the progress of our Sixth Formers is monitored and they feel supported at all times.
We also offer advice and guidance on life after KSA to allow students to feel empowered and confident about their futures. Whilst the importance of achieving well in their subjects can’t be overlooked, we also recognise that being a great Sixth Former, and indeed a great university candidate, is not solely about grades. At the end of their KSA journey, we want our students to be worldly, confident and kind people and we encourage students to take as many opportunities outside of school-time as possible. These opportunities include: weekly volunteering, sport, societies/clubs, leading the school (prefects), residential trips, The Access Project and many, many more.
See here for Sixth Form Music.
See here for Volunteering.
See here for Duke of Edinburgh Award.
See here for Discovery Week.
See here for Residential Trips.