Sixth Formers enjoy a busy end to the Easter Term

Sixth Form students and staff enjoyed a very busy end of term at St George's College as they held a Sixth Form taster day, before participating in the Emma Broad Hockey 6s Tournament and finally organising and hosting the 'Six Live' musical concert.

On the morning of Thursday 23 March, students from external schools travelled to St George's to get a taste of what life will be like in the Sixth Form when they join in September. The boys and girls socialised with existing members of Lower Sixth, took part in taster lessons and had the chance to relax in the Sixth Form Common Room before enjoying a hot chocolate and snack in the Amanda Smith Theatre Foyer. Later on, the students stayed for lunch in the Orchard Hall and got to know the current Sixth Formers better, as well as the teachers that will be working with them in September.

Then, in the afternoon, it was time for the current Sixth Form to take part in the Emma Broad Hockey 6s Tournament. 

This was all followed by 'Six Live' on Monday 27 March, a musical concert hosted and organised solely by the Sixth Formers. This is always a thoroughly enjoyable evening and money raised at the event this year is going to the charity CAFOD.

30 March 2017

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