At The Crypt Sixth Form all of our students are carefully guided through their enrolment to ensure that they have access to the full Study Programme for 16-19 education.
16-19 Compliance Statement
The government Study Programme Guidance for 2022-2023, states that:
- All students funded through the 16 to 19 funding methodology must be enrolled on a study programme, or T Level programme, which typically combines qualifications and other activities, and is tailored to each student’s prior attainment and career goals.
- All study programmes must have a core aim. This will be tailored to the needs of the individual and typically include a substantial qualification (academic or technical) or preparation for employment.
- All study programmes should include work experience and non-qualification activities, which complement the other elements of the programme and support the student to progress to further or higher education (HE) or to employment.
At The Crypt Sixth Form all of our students are carefully guided through their enrolment to ensure that they have access to the full Study Programme for 16-19 education. This means in practice that:
- Students to enrol in a Study Programme which meets the minimum 580 planned hours in terms of delivery and participation.
- Students enrol in academic subjects to follow a minimum of three A Levels
- A level study programmes to also include extension/development or non-qualification activity such as Extended Project Qualifications, tutorials, personal or study skills, and support students to progress to employment or HE.
- Students to complete a Work Experience Placement during June in Year 12
- Students to participate in a daily tutor time activity, timetabled PSHRE (PD) lessons, enrichment and also study General Religious Education as part of their non-qualification activities as well as a well being weekly session. This element of their Study programme ensures that all students are enabled to ‘develop their character character, broader skills, attitudes and confidence, and to support progression.’
In addition to the Study Programme requirement receive UCAS preparation and careers guidance from an independent careers advisor, careers conventions, talks and also via the Unifrog platform – all to prepare our students for the world of work.