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Welcome to Chancellor's School


Educating children is both a responsibility and a privilege. At Chancellor’s School, we take our responsibility very seriously. We want our students to love school, yet be ready to leave; prepared and ready for the future. We want them to have achieved excellent examination results, been involved in a wide range of activities, forged lifelong friendships and, above all, have happy memories of their school days.

Chancellor’s has a strong tradition and an excellent reputation for providing the very best education for its students. We aim to equip our students for the twenty-first century with a breadth of skills and qualifications, as well as confidence and a natural curiosity that promotes happiness and success, both here at school and beyond. We want students to develop an enjoyment of learning and a desire to learn that will stay with them for life. We are unashamed in the importance we place on our academic results and this is matched by a rich extra-curricular provision. Our sport, music, drama and other activities are of the highest quality.

Our teaching and learning is challenging and engaging for each and every child’s unique needs and talents. We firmly believe in the highest standards of behaviour and nurture positive and purposeful relationships, founded on respect and self-responsibility. We want our students to acquire strong beliefs and values, so that when he or she leaves our school, parents can be justifiably proud of not only what their child has achieved, but also by the sort of person that he or she has become.

About us

Whether a student joins the Sixth Form for one year or two, he/she can have a valuable learning experience before moving on to the next stage of his/her education.

It is absolutely vital that all students take the opportunities offered to them, both educationally and socially, in order to make those years worthwhile. Students are encouraged to strive to achieve their very best.

In the last couple of years, the school has seen the Sixth Form grow in numbers, and its profile become stronger. There are eight tutor groups led by a strong team of experienced tutors, and this enables us to keep the tutor groups small, which is of benefit when references have to be written for university applications or jobs. There is opportunity for personal contact and for tutors to get to know their students well in a small group. Students are mentored by their Form Tutors regularly. Each year approximately 80% of the Sixth Form go on to university.

There is a large team of Student Leaders, led by the Head Students. The Lower Sixth are invited to apply for a position of year 12 Student Leader (Prefect), and together with the rest of the team run the Sixth Form Committees, Social Events, provide "Buddies" for the new Year 7, organise Duty teams, people to assist at school functions, plus a myriad of other events throughout the school year. This team are also responsible for representing the rest of the school.

The highlight of the year is the Leavers Ball where the Sixth Form wishes a fond farewell to the Year 13 students. The Student Leadership team organise a series of parties, activities and charity events and the Sixth Form Leadership run activities like a Christmas shopping trip. One of the key events in the calendar is the Next Step Conference in July. This event is run to inform both parents and students about the next step after A Levels. It had its inaugural run in July 2001, and it was so successful that it has run each year since.

The Sixth Form at Chancellor's is seen very much as a team. Everyone pulls together to make it run smoothly, and make it a success. If you feel that you want to be part of this team, then please fill in your application form, and start the process!

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Chancellor's School directly.

Last updated date: 16 August 2016
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  • A: Chancellor`s 6th Form
    • Address:
    • Chancellor's School
    • Brookmans Park
    • Hatfield
    • AL9 7BN
    • Telephone number:
    • Main: 01707650702
    • More information:
    • FROM THE NORTH - Take the A1(M) to Hatfield. Exit at Junction 3 and take A1001 signposted Welham Green, then join the A1000 to Potters Bar. After 2 miles at Brookmans Park (transmitting station on left) turn right into George's Wood Road (almost opposite B158, Kentish Lane). After 100 yards turn right into Pine Grove, then after 600 yards left (Signposted) to Chancellor's School.

      FROM M25/SOUTH - From the M25 exit at Junction 24 to Potters Bar. Take the A1000 signposted Hatfield. After about 2.5 miles take a left turn into George's Wood Road (just before B158, Kentish Lane). After 100 yards turn right into Pine Grove, then after 600 yards left (Signposted) to Chancellor's School.