Chichester High Schools Sixth Form is not only a large and vibrant community but also consistently successful academically. We expect all those who choose to enter the sixth form, whether from Chichester High School for Girls, Chichester High School for Boys or elsewhere, to have a strong commitment to the school and to the wider community of which the school is part.
The sixth form is committed to helping all its students to maximise their potential and achieve academic excellence. At the same time, we also provide many opportunities for personal development and leadership in academic, sporting, artistic and social contexts, and we look to our sixth form to play a major part in the school’s continuing achievements.
The aim of Chichester High Schools Sixth Form is to provide a high quality post-16 education which will enable students to reach the best possible standards of achievement in both academic and personal development. High expectations, strong teaching and excellent relationships are key features of the sixth form. All sixth formers are expected to take charge of their own learning so that, through both individual effort and teamwork, they attain the highest possible academic success and develop an approach to life that will be of permanent benefit to them.
Mrs J McKeown & Mr N Brown, Heads of Sixth Form
News update - Chichester High School For Boys Sports Day - Friday 21st June 19.06.13
Please note all CHSB teaching staff are involved in Sports Day this Friday and therefore periods 4-6 will be cancelled at the Boys School. Work will be set for these lessons. If Sports Day is cancelled due to bad weather then the normal day will resume. This will be communicated through the CHSB website. Lessons will take place as normal at CHSG.
PLEASE ALSO REMEMBER CHSB HAS AN INSET DAY ON MONDAY 24th JUNE
News update - Solent University Summer School (3-5 July) 12.06.13
The university is still taking applications for the Year 12/13 Summer School taking place in July. Students will experience hands-on activities from a range of subjects, including Media/Arts, Business, Sports and Technology to help them prepare for university. There will also be some social activities including the ever-popular Solent Boat Party – back for 2013! Due to demand, the deadline for applications has been moved to 5pm, Friday 14 June. For further info see SPT Summer 2013 Update2.pdf
News update - Chichester High School For Girls Headteacher Appointment 10.06.13
News update - Bursary Information 21.03.13
At present we are unable to provide any information on the Bursary for September 2013. We will be writing to parents during June and July giving details on how to apply.
News update regarding A Levels 01.09.12
The regulator confirmed a specific change to A Levels; the removal of January assessments, that will come into effect next academic year. From September 2013, students will only be able to sit AS and A Level exams in the summer. This will not only affect all students who start AS or A Level courses from September 2013, but also those who started their AS courses in September 2012, for whom there will be no opportunities for AS re-sits or A2 units in January 2014.
STEMSUSSEX - UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON
A team of sixth form students attended the Engineering Education Scheme Celebration and Assessment Day at he University of Brighton. Penny Atkins, Emily Williams, Josh Warwick, Brynmor Day, Jon Allen, Lucy Wright and Mark Johnson have worked alongside Ricardo on their MP4-12C engine production facility in December last year. They improved the efficiency through design modification and changes to the production at the Shoreham-by-Sea Factory.