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 Sixth Form at The Maelor School

Welcome to The Maelor School Sixth Form. Over the past few years more and more students have been investing in their future by joining us to share in our sixth form success. 

 We can offer you a wide range of subjects including all those most valued by University admissions and employers.  With years of experience in getting students to their destination of choice, our smaller size allows us to treat you as an individual and provide any support or guidance that you may need throughout your studies.

Important Dates

14 November 2013      -  Yr 12 Parents' Evening (Pastoral) 4.30pm to 6.30pm

                                 -  Yr 13 Parents' Evening (Academic) 4.30pm to 6.30pm

16,17 & 18 December 2013  -  Rock 'n' Roll Cinderella Panto 7pm to 9pm

3 February 2014         -  SIXTH FORM OPEN EVENING 7pm to 9pm

13 March 2014           -  Yr 12 Parents' Evening (Academic) 4.30pm to 6.30pm

Events

Mock UN Debate - the new Yr 12 students took part in a mock UN debate on Tuesday 8 October 2013.  Each group of students represented a country within the UN and were given a short period of time to prepare for a debate on the Importance of Clean Water.  Martin Pollard, on behalf of CEWC in Cardiff, delivered a thought provoking argument.  The debate was observed by staff and students from our link school in Lesotho in preparation for their own debate later in the year.

Rock 'n' Roll Cinderella Pantomine will be performed by Yr 12 in the main school hall on the 16, 17 and 18 December 2013.  Tickets will go on sale after half term in the school Reception.  Adult £5.00 and Child £2.50 (includes 6th form students).

Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) - two Yr 13 students, Iola Dutton and Daniel Ambler, had the opportunity to take part in one of the Rotary clubs most successful programmes, RYLA.  The course was held for one week in Arthog, South Wales, helping them to improve their leadership and communication skills, learn about work places and possible careers and encouraging community service participation.  They met other Sixth Form students from across Britain and had a fun but intensive week.

Daniel has also applied for their GRSP (Georgia Rotary Students Programme) which gives him the chance to study for one year at a college or university in Georgia, USA, while being sponsored by the Wrexham Erddig Rotary Club.  This is a valued relationship which the school has enjoyed with the club for many years and is a fantastic opportunity for Sixth Form students.  We wish him well with his application.