JMF6 Virtual Open Event
In an ideal pandemic free world, we would like to have been giving you the chance to find out about JMF6’s outstanding provision in person. You would be invited to the school, get a chance to hear presentations from staff about subject choices and the exceptional Enrichment offer that supports the development of your child. However, we believe that the video presentations below manage to both give you all the valuable information you will need, as well as reflecting the energy, ethos and feel of the uniqueness of JMF6.
Our suggestion is that you watch the introduction video, and then with the Prospectus, choose and watch the subject presentations that you are interested in. The final presentations describe the non-curricular experiences of the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award and the Extended Project Qualification, two aspects that make JMF6 stand out amongst state school post 16 provision.
Perhaps most important of all though is to hear the current Student Presidents give their view from a student perspective, and know that this is what your son or daughter could be feeling in a years’ time.
We are sure that you will find this valuable, and a suitable replacement for an in person visit, and we hope that you have found out everything that you need. If you still have questions, then can you contact either myself or Jenny Cooke directly, at the following addresses:
Ed Duckham, Director of JMF6: firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries about curriculum or enrichment.
Jenny Cooke, JMF6 Administrator: email@example.com for enquiries around the admissions process.
Ed Duckham, Director of JMF6
An Introduction to JMF6Before you continue to YouTube
A Level Subject Films:
Please click on the subject to view the film:
The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)Before you continue to YouTube
JMF6 Student PresidentsBefore you continue to YouTube
Duke of Edinburgh AwardBefore you continue to YouTube
The Application ProcessBefore you continue to YouTube
Full list of courses available through the Abingdon Consortium for Education.
For a full flavour of life at JMF6, please visit https://jmf6.johnmasonschool.org/. This is our own web-site, run by staff and students of JMF6
Year 11 students and their parents will be able to access our Post-16 ‘Futures Evening’ online this year, via recorded presentations. It gives you the opportunity to find out about the different routes and courses on offer, in Abingdon.Before you continue to YouTube