Schools enter into sixth form collaboration
- Credit: Archant
A NEW sixth form collaboration between four schools is hoped to provide an “unparalleled breadth of opportunity” for students.
North Hertfordshire College, The Thomas Alleyne School, The Da Vinci Studio School of Science and Engineering and The Da Vinci Studio School of Creative Enterprise in Stevenage have created a sixth form consortium called Renaissance.
Uniting the schools’ resources, the group is aimed at offering a more varied curriculum and access to a wider range of specialist facilities and learning environments.
Donna Lodge, executive principal of The Da Vinci Studio Schools, said: “I believe the scale of this collaborative offering will provide an unparalleled breadth of opportunity for all the students.”
MP for Stevenage, Stephen McPartland, added: “I believe the partnership will provide great opportunities for pupils, parents and the town.”
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The Renaissance group is holding its first open evening for students and their parents at The Thomas Alleyne School on Stevenage’s High Street on January 31 at 6.30pm.
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