'Students receive regular work- related and employability skills development through the tutorial programme.'


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William Morris Sixth Form

Learning & Language Support

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Learning Support can help if

  • you have literacy, numeracy or language needs.
  • you have specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.
  • you would like a teacher to explain your work to you.
  • you would like help to organise your work.
  • you fall behind on your course.
  •  you want to discuss any difficulties you have with exams.

Different Types of Support

One to One
This type of support means that you can get at least one session a week of intensive help on your own with a teacher in the E Block or simply drop in when you need help.
Group Support
This is where you can work with a small group exchanging ideas with other students who might be working at the same level; a teacher will be on hand to help.
What we expect from you
  • Come to all support sessions you have booked or notify the support teacher if you are unable to attend.
  • Arrive on time.
  • Bring work with you.

 

How can we help?

  • You can arrange to see a teacher for individual help on a regular basis.
  • You can drop in if you want help with a particular piece of work.
  • You can work in the E Block, where we have computers, text books, dictionaries and other resources and help will be available if you need it.
The E Block is open from 8.00 a.m. until 5.00 p.m.
You are welcome at any time.

 

How to contact us

  • At application — Let us know on your application form.
  • At enrolment — When you enrol you should let the staff member enrolling you know your needs.
  • On your course — You can also let us know through your subject teachers or tutor if you would like help.
  • Drop-in yourself –Teachers in the E Block will be happy to help.