Welcome to the Chancellor’s School Sixth Form pages. We warmly welcome applications from both internal and external candidates to our Sixth Form. Selecting where to study at Post-16 is an important decision and we hope the information on these pages helps you in making a successful choice.

Our Sixth Form is growing year on year and currently consists of eleven tutor groups for each year. Our highly experienced tutors work closely with their tutees via daily meetings and one to one tutorials ensuring students emotional support and academic guidance are both rigorous and personalised. This system produces highly successful results and places Chancellor’s for the third consecutive year in the top 20% of schools nationally and in the top 5 Hertfordshire state schools for progress made.

Over 80% of our Sixth Form students progress to university or apprenticeships and we place the highest emphasis on ensuring our students are fully equipped for their chosen future pathway whatever this may be. Our extensive careers and guidance program, including work experience, university visits, conferences and key interest seminars provides students with the knowledge equally to make successful applications to employment and further education.

Responsibility and self-regulation underpin all we do in our Sixth Form and our large team of student leaders, led by our Sixth Form Prefect Team, run committees and social events, provide buddies for new Year 7 students, organise day teams, assist at school functions, mentor peers and younger students as well as lead fundraising activities and charity events. We encourage all students to fully immerse themselves in the Sixth Form experience, as the opportunities for life skills complement the educational experiences gained in their time at our school.

We see our Sixth Form very much as a team where staff and students work closely together to ensure successful outcomes. If you feel having looked through our Sixth Form pages you would like to be part of that team, please fill in your application form and start the process.

Mr J Whitelock
Head of Sixth Form