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Off-Site Arrangements

Students at Lutterworth College Sixth Form are expected to remain on the College grounds for the whole of the College day and, when not in lesson, engage in quiet independent learning in one of the Study Spaces provided.

As part of the Sixth Form journey from being a Year 11 student to undergraduate study, employment or training, there is a linear and gradual process of permitting sixth form students ‘off-site’ for study and/or other activities. This is generally based on good progress and attendance and has to be managed to have minimal impact on College resources (both financial & human).

Lutterworth College Sixth Form students are expected to reach certain waypoints in order to accumulate the responsibilities accrued in access to off-site arrangements. These are detailed below.

Year 12

Off-Site Arrangement

Criteria for issue

 

After AP2

Lunchtime pass

Students need to be predicted to achieve their AS/ BTEC target grade (in their public exams) And/ Or have achieved ATL 1 in all of their subjects. A minimum of a 95% attendance record is also required.

 

After AP3

Lunchtime Pass

As above, or:

Students need to be have a minimum of 111 or 112 for their ATL grades in 3 subjects, have a Y for all homework and have a minimum of a 95% attendance record.

 

Year 13

Off-Site Arrangement

Criteria for issue

 

At start of Year

 

Lunchtime Pass

Minimum of 95% attendance record in Year 12.

 

After AP1

Block of off-site study per week – up to two per fortnight

 

Students need to be predicted to achieve their A level/ BTEC target grade (in their public exams) and have a minimum of a 95% attendance record.

 

After AP2

Additional block of off-site study per week (or one block per week if not already accrued at AP1) – up to four per fortnight

 

As above, or:

Students need to be on 111 or 112 for their ATL grades, have a Y for all homework and have a minimum of a 95% attendance record.

 

After AP3

Sixth Form Study Pass – students can attend College for timetabled periods only (arriving before the first and leaving after the last)

 

 

Students need to be predicted to achieve their A level/ BTEC target grade (in their public exams) and have a minimum of a 95% attendance record.

or:

Students need to be on 111 or 112 for their ATL grades, have a Y for all homework and have a minimum of a 95% attendance record.

 

 

Guidance

  1. After Assessment Points it takes approximately two weeks to have the passes printed and distributed. We ask that all be patient in this busy period for the Sixth Form team.
  1. Students can move up to access Off-Site Arrangements if substantive evidence is provided that either progress or attendance has improved to meet the criteria. 
  2. Where Target grades are mentioned it should be noted that these are  based on a national database which measures prior attainment of Sixth Form students based on their results at GCSE.  It clarifies what A-level or BTEC grades students with specific GCSE prior attainment go on to achieve at the end of their courses.  Therefore they remain the best evidence available of measuring ‘good student progression’.
  1. In addition to the above students can request Off-Site study passes for volunteering, high level sports training & participation and other appropriate activities that do not interfere with timetabled periods. These requests must be made to the relevant Pastoral Manager in the first instance with the appropriate evidence.
  1. Paid work or interviews for paid work, driving lessons or other activities that can be arranged outside of the College day do not qualify for any off-site arrangement.
  1. Any Off-Site Study arrangement that is granted must NOT clash with a timetabled block including mentor time (excluding mentor time after AP3 in Year 13).

 

The College retains the right to review, amend & retract any of the above arrangements, either individually or as a cohort, if students act in a way that does not reflect the very best attributes of Sixth Form Students whilst accessing Off-Site or abuse the above system in any way.