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Meet the Team

The Progress and Welfare Tam for Sixth Form work closely together and with students to help individuals reach their full potential. The team are located in offices within the common room and operate an open door policy; students are encouraged to contact any member of the team for support or advice as required.

Email the Sixth Form Team: 6thform@allertongrange.com

Ms L Saunders

Ms Lucy Saunders

Deputy Headteacher, Acting Director of Key Stage 5

Ms Saunders is currently Acting Director of Key Stage 5, as well as Deputy Headteacher, and works in conjunction with Ms Braim, Curriculum Leader for Sixth Form.

AGS 223 lores

Mrs Elizabeth Braim

Curriculum Leader for Sixth Form

Mrs Braim oversees the KS5 curriculum, leads on the academic progress, pastoral support and enrichment opportunities for the students in the Sixth Form.

 

Ms Louise Mills

Progress and Welfare Manager for Sixth Form

Ms Mills oversees academic intervention and offers individual pastoral support to sixth form students. (from June 2022)

AGS 217 lores

Ms Izzy Gillibrand

Sixth Form Administrator

Ms Gillibrand supports the sixth form team and students with administrative tasks, including administering the 16-19 bursary.

"I already went to Allerton Grange and I stayed because the teachers know me so well. I knew I'd get good results."
- Liam
"The pastoral support is amazing; there is always someone to talk to."
- Emma
"The best thing about our sixth form is the teacher support, especially careers support."
- Ghafran
"The teachers are really nice and very helpful. I was surprised with how good my AS results were."
- Harkiran
"Student leadership opportunities have been great; they have provided me with experience to get into university."
- Qasim
"The sixth form is a wonderful multi-cultural society with high standards of teaching. I feel the key to success is through the learning environment that AGS offers."
- Reece
"The variety of subjects offered attracted me to Allerton Grange."
- Aisha
"Teachers are always pushing you, always driving you to reach your full potential. You come out knowing you've achieved your best."
- Bradley