We Know What Kind Of Sixth Former You Are Going To Be?
With exam results on the horizon, what kind of sixth former are you going to be?
What will you wear to sixth form?
What is your best subject at school?
What do you want to do post sixth form?
Where do you spend free time?
What are Monday mornings like?
How long do you study for exams?
Friday nights are spent...
You’re an overachiever - you’ve got your nose to the grindstone, ready and willing to make the most of your time at sixth form so you’re primed and ready for success in later life. Other people might be skipping classes, turning up with hangovers or chatting in the library, but not you, you’re picking up extra-credit classes and working or volunteering at the weekend to prove to UCAS how reliable a candidate you are for university. You make the bed you lie in and from the looks of it, you’ll be sleeping soundly in later life.
Smart & Popular
Smart & Popular
You’re all about your social calendar - luckily, good grades comes easily to you, so your schoolwork isn’t suffering while you’re being a social butterfly. To you, sixth form is going about solidifying friendships, making memories to last a lifetime with friends that’ll hopefully last as long. You prefer classes with a human face, drama, english, history - but your favourite period will always be the free periods where you kick back in the common room with your friends.
You’re going to discover yourself as an artist at sixth form; you don’t know which medium you’ll end up expressing yourself through but sixth form is the time to experiment. Maybe it’ll be photography, drama - or even graffiti, no one knows. You’ll be hanging out in the art block, talking european cinema and rolling your eyes at the boring predictability of your small-town classmates, while you plan for and dream of bigger things.
You’re going to be a sport legend. Surrounded by your best friends, you’ll spend your evenings in the cold, practicing to be the best team you can be - and of course, being in the top sports team at school comes with certain benefits. You’ll be invited to all the parties, friends with all the right people and you’ll finish sixth form with a heap of memories and friends for life.