BMAT Sixth Form has launched its new curriculum package to cater for any path students want to take after they finish GCSE’s.
Families flocked to Epping St John’s and BMAT STEM during their open events to hear more about how the unique sixth form gives young people the opportunity to study both academic and vocational courses at the same time.
The response led to a further 25 families asking for more information about the curriculum which is on offer from September 2020.
BMAT STEM head teacher Dustin Schuyler said: “The BMAT STEM information event went really well with lots of positive feedback. We welcomed lots of students from both within and outside of BMAT schools and have had a lot of interest in what we are offering.”
Fulin Baki, head of Epping St John’s sixth form, said: “We were proud to showcase our brand new sixth form facilities, where students have the freedom to focus on their studies independently.
“Our open day was a great opportunity for students and parents to meet our advisors and subject teachers, as well as our existing sixth formers to share their first-hand experiences. These were important events for prospective Year 12 students to make informed decisions about their further education after GCSE.
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