Research and analysis

Outstanding sixth form citizenship teaching

Ofsted good practice example showing how Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College teach citizenship in the sixth form.

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This example explains how Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College developed the themes of responsible action, advocacy and representation in and beyond the sixth form. It explains how a responsive citizenship curriculum at Key Stages 3 and 4 provides a good platform for citizenship in the sixth form. An ‘Interact’ club - part of Rotary International - is featured as an example of a local opportunity for sixth form students which combines business and enterprise with aspects of citizenship.

Published 12 December 2012