Sixth Form Passport for Life Programme
Our 'Passport for Life' programme is designed to prepare Sixth Form students in terms of the key skills that they will require later on in life after Langley Grammar School.
Encompassing a range of talks and presentations throughout the year, topics include drugs education, an appreciation of how views are expressed from a wide range of organisations and inspirational speakers from a variety of subject fields. Sometimes the speakers are organised by the subject fellows, and these often include University lecturers.
A strong emphasis is also placed on the pathway of what to do after leaving Langley Grammar School. There are University finance workshops, UCAS application advice and links to other career paths such as apprenticeships. There are also talks from alumni who explain their pathway and how they have reached where they are now in their careers. Students find the programme extremely valuable in preparing them for their futures and supporting them in making key decisions.
Students are encouraged to develop their own personal development action plan using the menu below which provides a flavour of the opportunities that are typically available:
Elevate - Study Skills Seminar and Ace Your Exams Seminar
Safe Drive Stay Alive
Festival of Education @ Wellington College
PfL Focus Day – Unidosh workshop, UCAS process, Post-18 options and Personal Statements
Oxbridge, Medic, Dentist and Vet Pathways
Centigrade – Careers profiling
Towards the Future Day
Work experience (student organised)
Induction Day with the Army
Gold and Silver Duke of Edinburgh programmes
Weekly hour of games
Sport Relief Mile
EPQ – Extended Project Qualification
Langley lecture series
Senior House Drama
Senior House Music
Student leadership team
Sports and House Captain roles
Student Voice Committee
Anti-bullying Peer Mentors
Subject Fellows’ Society
Volunteering to assist with events including Open Afternoons and Transition Day
KET partnership – volunteering in local primary schools
Individual Needs Mentors – working with younger students
Year 7 Kingswood Residential
Students in Year 7 recently returned from their visit to the Kingswood activity centre in Kent. The residential was a huge success: it was educational, fun and enabled students to bond even more closely together as a year group. This article below was written by Udit Khanna and Shreyaan...