Ms Walker:  “How time flies!  The Year 13s have been just fabulous, they have matured as individuals and grown into amazing men and women.  Their opinions and understanding of the world have changed. They have a very good understanding of other people’s cultures, beliefs, sexuality, faiths and views.  It has been a pleasure and joy to watch them grow over the last two years into wonderful, well balanced young people.  They have worked hard and at times it has been quite stressful with deadlines and their final exams but in the true spirit of 6th form we have all supported each other.  They are heading off to a range of destinations (University, Apprenticeships or employment).  They have kept calm, focused and they are beginning to believe they can realise their dreams.

Remember as one journey ends a new one begins! Look back and learn from the past but always look forward. Celebrate your achievements and keep in contact.   The 6th Form team wish you well in the future. 

Thank you for being YOU and we wish you all the best in your exam results and future career journey.  I will be in touch in the future to see how you are all doing. Please keep in touch! Love you all.  X X X”    

Mr Mills: “Congratulations to all the 6th Form students who finished their courses in June. I’m sure you will all succeed in life after SWB6th.” 

Miss Bayley: “Well done for all your hard work so far, just a little bit further to go then relax and enjoy what lies ahead. Stay safe, aim high – go for it!!” 

Miss Bhuttay: “Year 13, It has been a pleasure to be a part of your academic journey I wish you a successful new chapter. Remain positive and be happy in the choices you make.”   

Mr. King: “All the best Year 13! It’s been a pleasure knowing you and now it is time for you to move on to the next chapter of your lives. “Go back?” he thought. “No good at all! Go sideways? Impossible! Go forward? Only thing to do! On we go!” – J. R. R.Tolkien

Thank you to the amazing 6th Form team and Teachers for all their support for you these last two years.