Beauchamp City Sixth Form builds on the well-established commitment to academic excellence at Beauchamp College in Oadby. The Lionheart Trust, which both schools are part of, has an undeniable pedigree of delivering excellent opportunities at A-Level. Over 80% of our learners successfully go on to study at university, including a significant proportion transitioning onto STEM courses and Russell Group universities.
Regardless of background, we want to ensure that our students are able to succeed and we aim to break down any barriers which may impact on success. We are not a college that will sit back and boast about our success, but rather seek to look for new and innovative ways to ensure we can provide the very best learning opportunities for our students.
At the heart of our approach to education are the ‘4Rs’ which underpin everything we believe. We will work with our students to develop Resilience, Reciprocity, Relectiveness and Resourcefulness. Through promoting these core values we believe we can help equip our young people to not only succeed academically, but also socially, spiritually, and culturally.
We think that Post-16 provision is not just about attaining high grades, but is also about helping shape our students into confident, well-rounded and wellinformed individuals. This is why we offer a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities to enrich learning and social development. From being involved in one of our many societies, residential and international trips, and volunteering for or supporting a range of charities and local initiatives. Moreover, we also encourage our students to make use of Future Learn which offers a suite of courses which are designed to prepare young people for the rigours of university life.
As our students come from a range of cultural, ethnic, economic, linguistic and faith backgrounds, this has greatly enriched our daily college experience as we learn together and from one another. Inspired by this diversity we believe in pursuing excellence and equity for all.
A student is seen to have SEN if they require support that goes beyond what is typically required by students to access the curriculum. Most students will have their needs met through Quality First Teaching. Teachers at the College are expected to use differentiated resources to challenge and meet the needs of students. All staff (as demonstrated in the Teacher Portfolio) have an excellent understanding of the needs of all of their students. Challenging targets are set throughout the year and students, through resources and teaching, will have their needs met and be suitably challenged.
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