Sixth Form Virtual Transition
Schools in the UK remain closed until further notice in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, however we would like to reassure our sixth form students and their parents and carers that we are committed to supporting our new students and their families with a positive transition to Haydon School.
Have a look at some of our resources and information below:
SIXTH FORM Welcome Video
Preparing for sixth form - september 2020
MEET SOME TEACHERS
ADVICE GIVEN BY OUR CURRENT STUDENTS
Some of our departments have created short overviews for our sixth form students in KS5 so that you can get a sense of what each subject will involve and how you will be able to progress and develop in each one.
How long is the school day?
The school day starts at 8:40am and finishes at 2:50pm -
Click here to see a full breakdown of the full day.
Can I ride a bike to school?
You can ride your bike to school. There are bike stands to put them in but the school will not accept responsibility for your bike.
What if I get lost?
You will be given a map of the school and you will be with your whole class for most of your lessons – however you will find very quickly that you start to remember your way around. Also feel free to ask and students or staff for directions.
How do I pay for my lunch?
All payments are made through your Parent Pay account and you use either your fingerprint or a code at the till to pay.
Dress Code- What is allowed and what is not?
Click here to view more information on our sixth form dress code
What extra-curricular activities are available?
The school has many extra-curricular clubs at lunchtime and after-school such as Dance, Robotics club, Ted talks club, Movie club and much more - Click here to see a full list or watch our video here
Interested in sports and PE?
Click here to find out about all of our sports teams and P.E. efforts
What kind of trips do students go on?
Our students go on many trips there are even international trips to countries such as China, Japan, Zambia, Spain, France, Germany and USA. Click here to find out more
If you have any other questions about your transition into Haydon School- please feel free to email
Mr R Hayden: email@example.com