We are a large part of the Barnet community and have been educating students since 1937. Our Sixth Form has been judged ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, our results have consistently been amongst the best in the country for many years and we are ranked as the top state school for progress in London’s most populated borough, Barnet.
We want to build on that success.
We do not want to simply bolt T-Levels on to the curriculum; we want to give T-Levels the time and space they need to flourish. We want T-Levels to be a viable choice and career path for our students. We want T-Levels to succeed.
We want you to be a part of it.
Businesses need a skilled workforce, but many struggle to find the skills they need at a price they can afford. Now is also the perfect time for employers to break out of that cycle by getting on board with T-levels and apprenticeships, training their own skills pipeline for the future.
Highly skilled, work-ready students are here to build your business and create opportunities for your organisation. Industry placements are already helping employers go further forward, faster.
You will receive support with planning at every stage of the process from your partner, East Barnet School. Industry placements of around 45 days are an integral part of T-Levels, a new 2-year qualification which is equivalent to 3 A-Levels, that brings classroom and work together.
T-Levels have been designed with the best employers to make sure students have the skills and knowledge you need. Take your business to the next level with industry placements and T-Levels.
It’s not just the ability to actually have more bums on seats, but it’s also the ability of actually having a different view. It’s just having those little moments of inspiration that the T-Level students can give us, which can give us a different view of how we can look at something and then we can drive it forward.
T-Levels have been around for a couple of years now, and there are many students who have successfully secured places and studied in this new and exciting way. Below is another video from some of those students: