|Name of School/College:||Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc)|
|Type of Institution:||Secondary|
- 3 or 4 A-levels
- Mixed A-level and vocational
- BTEC Extended Diploma and other vocational
- Entry, Foundation and Intermediate/GCSE
Compulsory qualifications required for completion of the NBfE is applicable:
Full programme of study at any level, including English and/or Maths if not already achieved at GCSE grade C.
Additional/Optional qualifications typically offered as part of the extended NBfE framework:
All Bacc. students participating in the student development programme including sports, work experience and volunteering. Arts Awards and NCFE leadership awards available.
Qualification, Awarding Body and Levels offered:
Some students working on an EPQ or Higher Project
Method of delivery:
Typical Volume in hours over the course of the programme:
A minimum of 100h/year for all students (some students engage in over 1,000 h)
- Completion of a full programme of study
- Minimum 90% attendance
- Minimum 100h/year of skills development, inc. academic, skills, progression tutorials and work experience.
- A choice of student development programme activities.
The college offers a comprehensive student development programme which has 8 elements:
• Creative Arts,
• Health Advocacy,
• Understanding our World,
• Language Power
• Our Community
40+ activities offered weekly + a further 30+ sports activities run by our Sports Academy.
These take place during students’ free time, after college or in a dedicated Wed afternoon timeslot.
Student participation in activities/volunteering in the community are also recognised.
Components delivered through other recognised programmes and qualifications:
Students’ engagement in any programmes such as DofE or NCS in college or externally recognised for the award. The college hosts or supports a number of programmes such as NCS Challenge and Raleigh International
The mechanism for logging and tracking activities:
Bespoke barcode scanning system used to record and track student participation online. Non-scanned activities recorded and signed off by a tutor. Tutors promote the award and track student progress during 1:1 sessions.
All final year students receive a SF Bacc. statement. SF Bacc is certificated and moderated by the LASER awarding body.