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I think you get the message: I am so PROUD of all our students and staff at Haringey Sixth Form College and anyone connected with the college should also feel PROUD, too.
Since Easter, everyone connected with the college has been working diligently to make improvements – really “Aiming for Excellence in Everything we do”.
I see and hear of significant progress in the majority of subjects. For the next few months of this academic year, all I ask as Principal is that every single student continues to work to the very best of their ability, but more importantly, that they enjoy the journey along the way.
I took part in a Maths assembly this week and the message was clear: Every individual is trying to get the very best out of every lesson – staff and students.
We expect ALL our students to realise their minimum expected progress in every subject, then raise their aspirations to achieve beyond what is expected. This is our definition of success and how we can be judged by the government and our community. It’s all about progress from their starting points.
We have had some amazing successes over the last few months at Haringey Sixth – some of which you will all enjoy reading about on the website, on twitter, etc.
Our numbers for next year are looking exceptional and some subjects and courses are already projected to be oversubscribed in 2017/18.
All this is fantastic news.
So now, we look to support our young people in giving them the very best progression opportunities for them to achieve their dreams.
Aiming for Excellence is one of our core values, key to this is raising aspirations. There’s a big eight weeks ahead now! After that, I look forward to celebrating the students’ achievements in July and August.