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What type of sixth form tutor groupings do you have?

Discussion in 'Senior Leadership Team' started by cschulze, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. I'm interested to find peoples opinion on tutor structure for sixth form.

    I'd like to consider the following options;
    Year 12 only and year 13 only tutor groups
    Mixed year 12 & 13 Tutor groups
    Two tutors during a sixth formers time. So one in year 12 and one in year 13.

    Would appreciate any comments/views.
     
  2. I realise my post didn't make perfect sense. I basically want to know which type you prefer.

    Vertical tutor with y12&13 students together
    Or
    Separate y12 and y13 tutor groups
     
  3. sleepyhead

    sleepyhead New commenter

    We have single year group forms who stay with us for the two years - which is much better when it comes to UCAS references etc in year 13.
     

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