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- Step 1: Chat to everyone and anyone – you never know who you will click with! Remember you’re all in the same boat.
- Step 2: Check out who your transition mentor is (someone from your old school) and have a chat with them about their experience.
- Step 3: Join clubs and societies – a brilliant way to make friends across the year groups.
- Step 4: Give it time – most people feel a mixture of nervous, excited, shy, chatty, overwhelmed and everything else!
- Step 5: Volunteer! Helping others gives us a sense of belonging to a community and also puts you in touch with a new group of people. Check out the link below to our enrichment and volunteering page!
Check out the Enrichment and Volunteering information on our website: The Enrichment and Volunteering page
- Step 1: Talk to your subject teacher directly or your tutor.
- Step 2: If that isn’t possible, talk with your head of year.
- Step 3: Check out Moodle subject pages for general course resources, or The Route page within Moodle for specific help on revision.
Check out these websites:
- Detailed info about subjects offered at SMRT
- Revisionworld for A level subjects, past papers, making revision timetables
- Get Revising, part of StudentRoom. Includes study plans, past papers and creative revision techniques (make mind maps, quizzes, share with friends!)
General Study Skills
- Step 1: Listen in your Year 12 Core lessons which is where all students get general study skills support.
- Step 2: Talk with your tutor in tutorials to get 1:1 support.
- Step 3: Go to the Redcliffe Sixth Form's Study Skills Website
What am I Going to do with my Life?
- Step 1: Check out the SMRT progression website or speak to Mr Alexander, our Progression Coordinator.
- Step 2: Make an appointment with the Careers Adviser by seeing reception or talking with your tutor.
- Step 3: Your tutors will have tutorials with you where you can chat to them about your options.
- Step 4: Attend the Higher Education Day in Year 12.
- Step 5: Read the Newsletter each week so that you know all the opportunities available to you.
Check out these websites:
- Useful news for Progression - Posted by SMRT
- Prospects - For job/career ideas
- Find Apprenticeships - Apprenticeship search tool
- Not Going to Uni - Very useful resources and guidance for those students not wishing to continuing their studies at University.
Health and Wellbeing Support
- Step 1: Talk with us. There are lots of experienced, trained members of staff here to listen to you. Click here to see our Safeguarding Team.
- Step 2: If you are unsure who to speak with see your tutor or your Head of Year or you can find Millie Feldman in the Pastoral Office on the ground floor of the Sixth Form Building.
- Step 3: Or see Mr Penrose the Safeguarding Officer (based on D Floor, main school next to the staff room).
- Step 4: Also our School Counsellor runs drop in sessions. Email Mrs Tredget to book a slot.
- Step 5: If you cannot see someone in person but you would like to raise a safeguarding concern you can email the safeguarding email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Step 6: And make sure you read the weekly top tips for managing your health in the newsletter and listen out for them in assemblies.
- Step 7: There are lots of external agencies which can provide support and advice but here are some of the key ones:
We have put together a list of organisations and websites that provide support for young people:
Speak with Mrs Feldman in the Pastoral Office who co-ordinates the bursary, or your tutor or Head of Year.
For further details on financial support click here.