I moved to Rickmansworth School at the start of Year 12, and am
enjoying studying Drama and Theatre, English Literature and
History, along with an EPQ. I’ve really developed as a person
by going through the transition processes of working with new
people in a new environment. Rickmansworth is a very friendly
school and I genuinely feel like teachers do their best to help
and support us. Rickmansworth has provided many incredible
opportunities, notably the Peer Education Project, helping me
develop my skills and love for teaching. These are fabulous in
giving students a broader and more exciting education. I was
very proud, to gain the role of Senior Prefect for Social Harmony.
I am currently studying History, Psychology and Philosophy &
Ethics. I hope to study Psychology at University next year, and
as a result of the immense support given by the sixth form
team and my teachers I feel as though I can achieve my goals.
As a Senior Prefect, I have taken on responsibilities throughout
the school which has allowed my confidence to develop, and
has helped me grow as an individual. Being at the school for
the past 7 years I have seen the advancements that have been
made to further improve the quality of school life as a whole.
Reflecting on my time here at Rickmansworth School, it has
been an enjoyable experience and is one that I will not forget.
I have attended Rickmansworth School since the start of Year 12.
I amstudying Psychology, Biology and Economics, and hoping to
read Psychology at university. The Sixth Form has enabled me to
mature and developmy personal skills such as responsibility and
communication. The School staff were exceptional in providing
the support and pastoral care I needed whilst settling in. They
helped to motivate me to work hard and be resilient in order to
achieve the best grades I can. The school has both a friendly
andcompetitiveenvironment. My roleasSenior Prefect hasenabled
me to contribute and help advance the school curriculum further.
I am thrilled to be a part of such an amazing school community
and I will cherish the moments I have had in Sixth Form.
I amcurrently studyingArt, Biology andDrama aswell as anEPQ,
with the intentions of studyingMidwifery at university. Transitioning
to A levels was a daunting yet exciting experience for me. Being
independent is key when studying A Levels, and the support from
teachers is always there to make sure we push ourselves to do
our best. The Sixth Formcommunity is constantly given exciting
opportunities, both inside and outside of our chosen A levels.
As Charities Senior Prefect I have been able to contribute to
the opportunities given, which has allowed me to experience a
leadership role. My time at the school has been unforgettable
and I know Year 13 will round off an incredible 7 years.