Life in the Sixth Form is about expecting the unexpected. Non-timetabled periods, facilities to cook for yourself and extra time to spend in town are a leap into independence, and are unlikely to be found to the same extent in other schools. Studying for A-levels is demanding, so the extra time to have a coffee in town or to go shopping can be a welcome relief. Getting the good grades that universities will be looking for is obviously important, but universities and potential employers are also interested in what you get involved in outside the classroom, and the Sixth Form is a perfect time to pursue your interests or to take up something new.
You won’t just leave Godolphin with a university place or plan for the future: you will leave with the ability to stand on your own two feet and make things happen, and to take with you friends for life.