Havering Sixth Form College

Wingletye Lane, Havering, RM11 3TB

Rating Summary Based on 874 reviews

Teaching and Learning: 3/5

Facilities: 3/5

Careers and Employment: 3/5

Well-being: 4/5


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Sam (current-14-19) 12th October 2017

Best bits: When got free time you can study alone

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 10th October 2017

Best bits: The students, the staff and the catering facilities

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 2nd October 2017

Best bits: The support the school provides, specifically outside of lesson. I find that even when confused I am able be in contact with teachers to understand the topic.

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Archana Arunasalabavan (current-14-19) 27th September 2017

Best bits: The teachers know how to communicate with the students effectively ,the timetable for each student is ordered well as the students have time for independent sessions as well as there initial course lessons.

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75143 (current-14-19) 24th September 2017

Best bits: The activities outside education to keep students involved with their interests.

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saf23 (current-14-19) 21st September 2017

Best bits: that it has lots of building so theres lots of space.

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Holly FAUTLEY (current-14-19) 3rd July 2017

Best bits: how secure and safe it is.

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red coat 123 (current-14-19) 13th June 2017

Best bits: The college council because they make something out of nothing. they are the backbone because they make pretty good events

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 15th May 2017

Best bits: The best thing about this college would be the constant support from the tutors and the availability to use computers all around the college. Also coaching which allows me to discuss with a tutor about staying on track on all of the work and the things I should be improving on extra help and advice.

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Kieron (current-14-19) 12th May 2017

Best bits: The variety of subjects

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 12th May 2017

Best bits: The teaching is pretty good and most teachers seem like they know what they are doing, especially for the harder subjects, such as A Level Maths and Chemistry

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 11th May 2017

Best bits: The free and respecting relationships between students and teachers

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iulian cristian (current-14-19) 11th May 2017

Best bits: The library, new court (or computer room) and the friendly teachers.

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Ckc (current-14-19) 11th May 2017

Best bits: The teachers are passionate about their subjects and it reflects on their teaching.

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E (current-14-19) 11th May 2017

Best bits: Communication with parents, support from teachers and support staff and facilities available (e.g library etc.)

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 11th May 2017

Best bits: Being able to have free study periods. I also think that there is a good level of freedom and responsibility.

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 11th May 2017

Best bits: Safeguarding team

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 11th May 2017

Best bits: Safeguarding team

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 4th May 2017

Best bits: the library

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60483 (current-14-19) 4th May 2017

Best bits: the freedom we have, we are treated like adults

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Anu (current-14-19) 4th May 2017

Best bits: there is more independence and it gives you a challenge. socialise more

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jadaaprakux (current-14-19) 4th May 2017

Best bits: The independence that students receive. They treat us like the adults that some of us are.

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 4th May 2017

Best bits: There is lot of support classes available to help you, and many clubs.

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 26th April 2017

Best bits: Really good teaching. Space to do independent study is available. Good resources within the library.

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Anonymous (current-14-19) 26th April 2017

Best bits: The facilities and areas for working e.g. the Art department that has good quality cameras, computers etc. These all really help the creative students complete their work. There are always computers free in the IT Centre. The teaching is good.

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