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Sixth Form Service

As part of the IB Diploma students are required to undertake a range of activities that can be classified under Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS).

For Creativity, students can perform in the school production, play music, take dance lessons, design websites and apps, engage in photography projects or design and build products.

For Activity, students are required to engage in physical activities. This can mean playing in school sports teams, joining in with water sports, setting a personal training programme or learning a completely new physical skill.

For Service, students can volunteer their time in community or school based service programmes. This can include helping at local primary schools, sheltered housing schemes, maintaining local areas of natural beauty or helping to facilitate school events. Service projects can be based locally or globally and each year several students engage in international Service projects.

Students must keep evidence of their CAS experiences, and regular reflection is part of the experiential learning cycle which underpins any valuable CAS experience.

There is significant overlap between the CAS requirements and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award and many students complete both using the same experiences. 

 

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