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1,000 STUDENTS: St Albans Sixth Form education trust reaches notable milestone

 Published on: 14th October 2020   |   By: Holly Bullen   |   Category: Uncategorized

A local educational trust in St Albans has reached a new milestone as the three secondary schools have reached 1,000 students across their Sixth Forms.

The BeauSandVer Sixth Form Education Trust which works across Beaumont School, Sandringham School and Verulam School, has reached 1,000 students across their Sixth Forms made up of students from new schools and students moving from Year 11.

Paul Ramsey, headteacher at Verulam School, said: “I am delighted that the BeauSandVer consortium now supports over 1,000 students. Working together, we are able to deliver an amazing range of subjects and meet the needs of a growing number of young people from St Albans and surrounding areas.”

The association between the schools started over 20 years ago and was developed in order to offer a broader curriculum for students to study.

Martin Atkinson, headteacher at Beaumont School, said students will not have to compromise on their subject choices.

He said: “The key benefit of working in the BSV consortium is the comprehensive offer of A Level and BTEC and CTECH courses that three schools can combine to put on offer which almost eradicates the possibility of clashes and not be able to take certain combinations of subjects.”

Alan Gray, headteacher at Sandringham School (pictured), added that they are ready to welcome even more students despite these uncertain times.

He said: “We have seen a step-change in admissions to the BeauSandVer consortium this year, as a result of the outstanding provision in each of the three schools and the way we have managed to respond to the pandemic and maintain the very highest outcomes for all of our sixth form students.”

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