The Student Union is the student voice in sixth form. The Thomas Hardye Sixth Form team and teachers are keen to know what students think and to involve our students in decisions which will affect them and the Union is the key way of doing this.
In recent years, the union was instrumental in gathering the views of sixth formers about how the canteen could be improved and it has undergone significant changes as a result. They were instrumental in giving student feedback on marking and assessment and on the BYOD systems.
If students are interested in becoming a member of the SU, then they should apply to be a class representative in September. This will then give them the opportunity to run for President or Vice President.