The newly refurbished Sixth Form Centre is the hub of Sixth Form life at KES, combining spaces for study and socialising, helping to prepare our young adults for the opportunities and working patterns of the 21st century.
This new contemporary space has been designed to engage and motivate our Sixth Formers, accommodating a range of workstyles and study needs and serving as a backdrop to the more independent approach to learning at this stage of education, whilst echoing the style of environment found in co-working hubs in cities and at universities.
The open plan setting is gently zoned, offering areas for smaller groups to work together or interact
socially. These collaborative spaces are ideal for pupils participating in group work around laptops, actively engaging and sharing ideas or simply catching up with friends. Enriching the social experience further, the Centre is served by a café which offers a range of drinks, snacks and light meals.
Moving beyond the main open plan environment, the Centre offers several designated rooms for self-directed, quiet and silent study, with wi-fi access available throughout.
Sixth formers can also choose to study in the Porter Library, have lunch in the Willet Hall, (both found in our state-of-the-art Wessex Building) or play sports on our all-weather pitch.