Sixth Form Bridging Day

Sixth Form Bridging Day

Friday 30th June 2017, 8.15am – 3.15pm

Cambridge Campus Hall

All Year 11 students with an offer for our Sixth Form are warmly invited to the Bridging Day which will provide an excellent opportunity for you to meet the Sixth Form team and experience the fantastic support programme we provide as well as attend a lesson in the subjects you have selected.

This will enable you to prepare yourself for you studies in September and ensure a good transition into Year 12.

Please wear your most professional clothes and bring a notepad and a pen.

Open Days

Here are some dates for upcoming open days for colleges and sixth forms that you may be interested in.




Ashmole Academy

Thursday 5th November

18.00 – 20.00

Barnet and Southgate

Saturday 17th November

10.00 – 14.00

Bishop Stopford

Tuesday 12th November

18.00 – 20.00

Broomfield School

Wednesday 11th November

18.00 – 20.00


Wednesday 25th November

16.00 – 19.00

City and Islington

Wednesday 4th November  -Business, Art, Technology, Health, Social and Child Care

16.00 – 19.00

City and Islington

Saturday 14th November – Applied Science

12.00 – 15.00

Edmonton County School

Monday 23rd November

18.00 – 20.00

Enfield County School

Wednesday 11th November

From 18.30 –

Fortismere Sixth Form

Tuesday 10th November


Hertford Regional College

Wednesday 21st October

17.30 – 20.00

Hertford Regional College

Tuesday 24th November

17.30 – 20.00

Highlands School

Tuesday 17th November

From 18.30

Lee Valley Sixth Form

Wednesday 25th November

18.00 – 20.00

Leyton Sixth Form

Saturday 7th November

10.00 – 13.00

Southgate School

Thursday 12th November

17.30 – 20.00

St Anne’s Catholic School

Thursday 19th November


Sir George Monoux

Saturday 17th October

9.30 -12.30

Winchmore School

Wednesday 18th November

18.00 – 20.30

Woodhouse College

Saturday 14th November

9.30. 15.30

University Technical College

Thursday 15th October & Monday 19th October

16.30 – 18.30pm

London Shine Walk – WE DID IT!

Well done to the Sixth form half marathon team!

On Saturday 26 September ECS Sixth Form Team walked the ‘Shine Half Marathon’ at night for Cancer Research UK. No blisters and no ill effects! Please support us in our fund raising for Cancer Research @




Educating our Community for Success

Do you know how well our children and young people are doing in Enfield schools?

Two out of every three pupils gaining five or more GCSEs, at grade C or above, last year – and a pass rate of 98.2% at A- level. Or that Enfield continues to supply more students to top universities, such as Oxford and Cambridge, than any other London borough, bar one.

We think these are excellent achievements, which reflect the exceptional work of our schools and teaching staff, as well as the students themselves – and is something that we want to acknowledge and celebrate through this magazine and our SUCCEED campaign.

Download the Enfield Schools Succeed Magazine

Sixth Form Success on Summer Programmes

Aspiring Professionals

Congratulations to Ohid Islam, Mehmetcan Goksungur and Abdisamad Omar from Form 12I, who have all been accepted onto the Aspiring Professionals Programme through the Social Mobility Foundation. These programmes are open to motivated ambitious students from less privileged backgrounds and the first in the family to go to university.

Read more in this months Newsletter (Download PDF)

Ernst and Young

Congratulations also to Akin Tasar, Form 12I who has been offered a place with Ernst and Young on their Smart Futures Programme. Ernst and Young is a global company spread across the world in over 40 countries. They work with some of the largest banks, insurance, government and oil companies.

Read more in this months Newsletter (Download PDF)

Sixth Form Students – Intergenerational Project – Ridge Avenue Library

33 more of our Sixth Form students are signed up ready to begin the next five Intergenerational Projects at Ridge Avenue Library taking place in April to July. The students will assist an over 50s borough resident with an online guided programme called ‘Learn My Way’ which is designed to introduce new computer users or those less confident in their IT skills to a computer. The course covers topics from mouse and keyboard skills, to setting up an email account, social networking and filling in forms online.

Read more in this months Newsletter (Download PDF)

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