I'm studying A levels in Psychology, Geography and ICT and I decided to leave my old school because I felt like the courses they had to choose from were too limited and I thought the school lacked the facilities I was looking for from a Sixth Form. I also considered moving to Caroline Chisholm School, but eventually decided to move to Moulton Sixth Form.
The first thing that attracted me to Moulton was its location. It is set in a really nice village and the Sixth Formers have a beautiful building all to themselves. When I first visited the school, I also found the teachers really friendly and they were all very enthusiastic about the courses they teach.
To begin with, I was unsure if I would fit in with the other students and I was concerned that I might not be able to cope with the workload given to me but my advice to any students considering moving to Moulton would be DO NOT BE WORRIED! The students here will take care of you and you will easily find your place, a place where you fit in. When I first came here I had a friend from my previous school but she wasn't in any of the same classes as me. I thought I would seem antisocial sitting in lessons by myself but I was made to feel really welcome as the other students made conversations with me and introduced me to their friends.
One of the things I like most about being a sixth form student at Moulton is that we have a whole building to ourselves, which means we have a quiet library to work in with resources suited to the courses we are studying. We don't have to mix with the lower school students, so the students around you are more mature and there are fewer distractions around you and the support you receive from the Sixth Form staff is exceptional. Hopefully, this will help me to achieve the grades to study Psychology at university.