BSIX prides itself on working closely with schools in all London boroughs to nurture the talent of tomorrow. We offer a variety of pro-active and hands-on services to engage young people and help them to make the right choice for their future. We contact local schools and offer our programme of activities and impartial Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) to all prospective students.
Through a variety of events, we aim to provide students who are about to embark on the next stage of their education on the routes available to them. You will also find our staff and Student Ambassadors at various Careers and Post-16 events.
For information, bookings and our mailing list, please contact our School and Events Officer:
Mo Akbar E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 0208 525 7199
What We Offer
Assemblies and Specialist Talks
The College visits schools to discuss opportunities with young people. We deliver assemblies and specialist talks on the benefits of studying academic and vocational qualifications at the College.
We can offer subject specific information and learners will have an opportunity to ask us questions.
We offer to work around your learners’ assembly times.
Open Days, Taster Sessions and Career Workshops
We open our doors to prospective learners throughout the year. You can visit our College and have a look around the campus to get a feel for student life, meet our tutors and speak to our expert advisors about courses, careers and the support we can offer you.
As part of our Open Days we run a number of
Career Workshops and Taster Sessions and are happy to reserve places for schools who would like to bring students along.
Upcoming Open Days:
Saturday 2nd November 2019
Saturday 1st February 2020
If you would like to bring along a group of students for a tailor-made College tour, we can put together a specialist programme that includes presentations, department tours and even opportunities to sit in on classes.
Career Events, Options and Parents’ Evenings
Our teaching staff and managers are more than happy to visit events at schools to provide information to
learners and parents about the College.