We are delighted to have had such a big turnout for our Post 16 information evening, with well over one hundred parents and students coming along on the night. Director of Post 16, Paul Pomerantz, gave a talk welcoming year 12 parents to the latest chapter in their son or daughters education career, explaining the expectations of what being a Post 16 student at Kingsthorpe College involves. Sue Haines, a member of the Senior Leadership Team responsible for Enterprise Education, also spoke to parents, focusing on work experience opportunities and how students can stand out from others during their time in the Sixth Form, ensuring they take advantage of every opportunity available. Year 13 parents were then welcomed, with attention turning to university applications and student finance, before Sue Haines spoke about apprenticeships and how students can look for jobs after finishing their education. The evening finished with general advice on how parents can support their children over what promises to be a tough - but ultimately rewarding - nine months.