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Starting Your Year Guide

We’ve put together a comprehensive start-of-year checklist to help new and returning students, parents, and carers find all the essential information for a smooth start to the term. Here’s what you’ll find:

​​If you’re considering joining us, there’s still time to apply and if you haven't got your offer for September, you can still get your place. Don’t miss out on a great start!

Your checklist

Starting college can be a busy time so we have put together a list of things that you need to know

- Key dates

- Enrolment

- Applying for bursaries

- Additional Information

- Apply to study with us this September

 


Key Dates

The first week that you are at college will be your induction period, this gives you time to explore the building, ask questions, and make new friends. The first induction session will include lunch. You must attend your allocated induction session and not any other one.

Level 1 & Level 2

Level 3 Year 1
& A-Level Year 1

Level 3 Year 2 & A-Level Year 2

Monday 2nd Sept
10am-12:30pm
(includes lunch)

Monday 2nd Sept
12:30pm-3pm
(includes lunch)

Tuesday 3rd Sept
10am-12:30pm
(includes lunch)

Tuesday 3rd Sept
10am-3pm

Tuesday 3rd Sept
10am-3pm

Wednesday 4 Sept
10am-3pm

Wednesday 4 Sept
10am-3pm

Wednesday 4 Sept
10am-3pm

Thursday 5th Sept
10am-3pm

Thursday 5th Sept
10am-3pm

Thursday 5th Sept
10am-3pm

Friday 6th Sept
10am-3pm

TeamHaringey6 Student

If you require any additional support or adjustments to access your induction please contact:apply@haringey6.ac.uk 

Full timetable begins from Monday 9th September.

2024/25 Term dates can be found here

 

 


Enrichment Options and Course Changes

Haringey Sixth Form College has a programme of enrichment opportunities that include clubs, academies, sports, skill development and recreational games. You can sign up for these at the Freshers Fair from 23rd - 27th September. For more information contact Dominique.Leigertwood@haringey6.ac.uk

Any course changes can be discussed at enrolment or with your subject teacher if you've enrolled already.Football


Additional Information

if you have any questions please get in touch! apply@haringey6.ac.uk

Timetables

Your timetable will be given to you during enrolment. Your lessons will begin after your induction period from Monday 9th September.

Student Lanyards

At the begining of your enrolment process you will have your picture taken for your Student ID card and at the end of the process you will leave with your lanyard and ID card.

You must always wear your lanyard when you are in the college building.

If you misplace or forget your lanyard you will be expected to leave a deposit for a temporary card until you find or can bring your original one in.

Learning Support

Many students during their time at college require some form of support to ensure they achieve their potential. For many this is achieved through our High Quality Inclusive Teaching, excellent enrichment offer and universal support offer and others require a graduated and more tailored approach to ensure that they can access their programme of study equitably with their peers.

If you have an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP), identified Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND) or a medical need/condition that requires specific equipment or adaptations to the college environment then we can work with you, to ensure your specific needs are met ahead of your start and throughout your college journey. Whatever qualification you decide on, you can guarantee outstanding learning support to enable you to achieve your full potential.

If you would like to speak to someone about what support you can access please contact Dean.Britton@haringey6.ac.uk 

College WiFi

You will have access to the College WiFi which you will be shown how to access during your induction.

College Behaviour

We pride ourselves on a culture which is friendly and supportive but one that is respectful of others and property. All students agree on starting at College to adhere to a Student Code of Conduct.

Reporting Absence

Students/parents/carers have 2 options for reporting a student’s absence under the present routine:-

  1. Email   Clearly student’s ID number, name ­and brief reason daily during absence period.
     
  2. Leave voicemail on student absence line stating clearly student’s ID number, name and brief reason daily during absence period 0208 376 6000 option 1

 

PLEASE NOTIFY THE COLLEGE OF ANY ABSENCE AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE IN THE DAY.

Term Dates

In order to ensure 100% attendance, please do not book holidays during term time to ensure the highest possible level of achievement on your course. You can view term dates here

Parent/Carers Information

You can find key information here

Safeguarding

For all safeguarding information and contact details contact Jill.Pedder@haringey6.ac.uk