Admission & Transition for September 2021
Sorry we can’t see you in person. Here’s your induction day video. Looking forward to seeing you on results day.
Welcome to Sixth Form
Our school values ‘Belong, Believe and Achieve’ underpin everything we do. Our close community means that our students are not simply a number to us. We have confidence in you, and we believe in supporting and stretching you to achieve your potential. You will find a ‘can do’ attitude that pervades every aspect of Sixth Form life.
We believe that academic success lies, in part, with matching the right courses to your individual needs, abilities and pathways. Therefore, we offer a wide range of courses, delivering both academic and vocational qualifications, to provide every opportunity for success.
Small class sizes mean that you will feel well-supported throughout your academic journey. You will not ‘get lost in the crowd’ and your teachers will be able to give you the time that you need.
Sixth Form life is not just about academic achievement; we believe in developing the ‘whole student’ and making sure you are ready for life beyond school. We have a dedicated Pastoral Lead for Sixth Form who is there to support you, both with your next steps and any pastoral needs. In addition, the school Careers Advisor works hard to help you find the right pathway.
It really is all those intangible things that make Morecambe Bay Academy Sixth Form so successful. You can call it an ethos or a philosophy, but we just call it the way we do things.
We know that choosing a Sixth Form is an important decision and it is vital that you get it right, so please look through the information on our website and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
My name is Helen Fitzwilliam and I am delighted to be working as the pastoral lead for years 12 and 13.
My role is to ensure that each student makes the best possible progress through supporting each individual through their time in the Sixth Form. Together with the form tutors, I support students with pastoral needs and liaise with home. We seek to provide guidance on balancing the demands of a busy Sixth Form life and through the process of university and apprenticeship applications. I also work alongside the academy’s careers adviser to encourage students to explore the opportunities available to them and in facilitating relevant work experience.
Sixth Form Information
Sixth Form Reopening 22nd June
Transition Work 2020
If you are joining our Sixth Form in September 2020, then please follow the link below to find all of your transition work to be completed for when you are here in September.
If you receive all your University/College decisions by 31 March 2019, you must reply to any offers by Wed 1st May 2019
Please find below a useful link that provides all relevant information regarding UCAS
Please find below a useful link that provides all relevant information regarding student finance. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Year 12 Employability Sessions
Working with local and national employers we have put together employability sessions to help our students develop key skills that they will need for the world of work and to help them be successful in the future.
So far, students had two sessions:
- Interview preparation – which included work etiquette
- Labour Market Information (LMI) – students received up to date information on the seven up and coming sectors in Lancashire.
In April, all students will have a mock interview with a real employer; this will also include detailed feedback.
Careers Advice and Guidance
The Sixth Form have access to our Careers Advice Coordinator, Mrs Alicia Louth, who is on hand to assist with CV writing, applications, facilitating relevant work experience, volunteering opportunities and general work related enquiries.