Sixth Form Staff
|Welcome to West Derby School Sixth Form. I would like to thank you for considering us for what is an important stage in your life. At West Derby School we are proud of our supportive and inclusive environment. Whether you are aiming to go into further education, an apprenticeship or employment we offer a range of courses to suit your needs. During your time at Sixth Form it will be my responsibility to ensure that you are reaching your full potential. You will be provided with a world class education, delivered by experienced and dedicated professionals. It will be your responsibility to utilise these members of staff so you achieve all your goals. Remember my door is always open should you have any concerns.
||Mr Feeney and I will be on hand to ensure that your time at West Derby runs as smoothly as possible on a day to day basis, providing information and advice, and dealing with any issues regarding your lessons or school life in general. We are committed to making your studies both productive and enjoyable, and we liaise with staff regularly to meet these ends. Students are encouraged to become involved in various aspects of the Sixth Form. Therefore we shall have daily contact with most of you, and will be the familiar faces you should approach for any assistance.||Sixth Form is about independence and taking responsibility for your own development and progress. It is also a big transition and it is my role to ensure that you are given my full support in your welfare and learning during the two years of your course of study and that you are provided with first hand advice and guidance regarding apprenticeships, university choices (UCAS process), finance, placements and scholarships. In addition I supervise and oversee the use of the sixth form area, promoting a welcoming, secure and stimulating environment in which students can learn. I also realise how competitive the outside world is and seek to develop opportunities for boys to gain a breadth of experience, including leadership within the school and the wider community.|