Post 16 education is not just about academic studies but also includes a wide variety of activities enabling each individual to develop her/his personality and as a Sixth Form centre we are committed to:

"Working to provide all of our students with the skills, aptitudes and strength of character to meet the challenges of life beyond Greenford… we want our students to enjoy their education and to develop into responsible, caring and tolerant citizens"

Jeremy Jones, Head of Post 16

So if you join Greenford’s Post 16 we would expect you to participate in some of the opportunities on offer:

  • Mentoring through our subject and literacy support programme
  • Develop your confidence and creativity through performances of all kinds; drama and music being the most popular
  • Put yourself in new situations and explore your team building and leadership skills through the Post 16 residential and World Challenge (Morocco, Namibia and Sri Lanka have been destinations in the past)
  • Spend the summer in the USA as part of our strong relationship with Windsor Fellowship, Sutton Trust and the Fulbright commission
  • Spend the summer exploring the UK's top Universities through the Sutton trust Summer School programme, London University taster courses or LSE choices programme
  • Become a member of some of the UK's most prestigious societies by joining The Royal Geographical Society or The Royal Institution of Great Britain
  • Continue to develop or learn to develop your love for sports from football to badminton, tennis to basketball
  • Join the school’s long established a highly regarded Debating Club enabling you to hone your presentation and communication skills
  • Follow the English department and others on their various outings to the sights of London from Theatre and TV to University talks and art galleries
  • Participate in the school’s prestigious dining club
  • Work on obtaining your Duke of Edinburgh Award or simply volunteer with one of our community based projects
  • Undertake work shadowing or work experience
  • Join our student advocate programme as a budding lawyer or our Junior Leadership programme as a budding politician
  • Or alternatively start a new club or enrichment activity – we are always open to new ideas