We have a wide range of support services and expert staff that will help your child achieve their full potential.
Our specialist Learning Support team can help with additional support for students with disabilities, medical conditions, mental health concerns and specific learning difficulties.
Our awards-winning careers service can support with careers and course guidance and exploring future study and career options.
Your child will be allocated a Personal Tutor as soon as they start sixth form. They will be responsible for your child's progress and wellbeing and will be their first point of contact.
We have a vital role to play in safeguarding your child. Their safety and wellbeing is very important to us. All of our staff receive regular safeguarding training and we have a designated team of Safeguarding Officers.
Your child will have the opportunity to take part in exciting enrichment opportunities such as skills competitions, volunteering, career fairs, sports and fitness, and trips and visits. It will help them to develop skills that employers and universities value.
We can provide counselling and support for personal and health-related issues to make sure students get the very best out if their time with us.
Our expert advisors can help with financial assistance such as free meals, bursaries and costs associated with studying.
We provide eligible students a transport scheme to get them to and from Hartlepool Sixth Form. We also have a rural transport pick-up and drop-off service for students living in outlying areas.
Our TASS Accreditation recognises our commitment to the academic support we provide for talented young athletes and helping them to reach their potential both on and off the field.
Netballers exceed expectations in AoC competitions as development continues.
July 6, 2020
Hartlepool Sixth Form sport lecturer Danielle Smith has clocked up an amazing 150k throughout June to raise vital funds for Alice House Hospice.
July 2, 2020
Education Partnership North East’s colleges have committed to offering free meals to their most vulnerable students over the summer.
July 2, 2020