Open mornings offer a taste of sixth form life
Published on 07/11/18
Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form is inviting GCSE students to come and find out what it’s like to study at the UK’s first maths and science specialist sixth form.
The Outstanding-rated school will hold open mornings on Saturday, January 26 and Saturday, February 2 2019.
Students can take a look around the sixth form’s university-style campus and extensive science labs at its city-centre location at the old fire station on Bethel Street, Norwich.
They’ll have the chance to meet teachers and find out about the sixth form’s exciting range of A Level subjects, and chat to the school’s careers and pastoral teams.
GCSE maths and science booster sessions will be running throughout the day, and there'll be taster sessions for A Level psychology and computer science.
There will be a talk from guest speaker Laura Bowater, professor of microbiology education and engagement at the University of East Anglia, while current sixth formers will be on hand to answer any questions about life at Sir Isaac and show off its wide range of extracurricular societies.
Students are welcome to drop in from 9am to 1pm. Please click here to register for your place.
Principal Chris Jennings said: “This is a great opportunity to explore the next step up to A Levels, meet our students and staff, and find out what makes Sir Isaac Newton a special place to study.”