Sixth Formers remain attached to their House as they enter the Sixth Form and new students are assigned to a day or boarding House as appropriate.
Sixth Formers are encouraged to adopt leadership roles to support the work of their House staff. Such roles include: organising teams and representatives for competitions within the Norman Cup, mentoring of Lower School students, advice and support to prospective Sixth Formers within the House.
Sixth Form Tutors
Every Sixth Former belongs to a tutor group of up to nine or ten students, allocated to a senior House. Tutors act as the first port of call for pastoral and academic issues and they work closely with the Head of Sixth Form, the Director of Studies and Heads of House.
Students meet with their Tutors on most days and have formal, longer session at least once a week.