Partnership Governor Vacancies

Partnership Governor Vacancies


The governing board is inviting nominations from parents for three partnership governor vacancies

Do you know someone who would be interested in working with Carisbrooke College, Medina College and The Island VI Form to make a difference to young people’s lives? If so, please share these vacancies with them and consider making a nomination. 

Governors work with school leaders to make sure that all young people in our schools can achieve their aspirations. Our governors bring a variety of skills from outside education and gain experience and skills which can be of help in their work life. 

If someone you know would like to know more, they can contact emma.shambrook@iwef.org.uk to arrange an informal chat with one of our governors. 

To make a nomination, please complete the form below and submit it to the clerk to governors. Nominations close on 28th May 2021. 

For more information about being a Governor, please visit:

www.iwef.org.uk/iwef/governor-recruitment

Nomination Form (Word Version)

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Live virtual talk for students considering Oxbridge

Live Virtual Talk for students considering Oxbridge


On Monday, 30th November, we will be hosting a live virtual talk delivered by the University of Oxford for those who are considering applying to Oxbridge (Oxford or Cambridge Universities) next year.

The talk will help you to start thinking about the types of things you can be doing to support your application and enhance your chances of success. It will also cover the opportunities available at Oxford and Cambridge.

Any students interested should email our Careers Leader, Mrs Naomi Smy, to confirm their attendance and receive more details – naomi.smy@iwef.org.uk

A Level Results 2020

A Level Results 2020


2020 has been an exceptional year for The Island VI Form. 

Governors and College leadership teams are delighted to announce that it has been another great year for the students and staff of the Island VI Form. We are very proud of everyone’s achievements.  The results earned by the students reflect the hard work and dedication put in by staff and students. The VI Form continues to support students to thrive in an environment that is solely focused on VI Form teaching and life, which is an excellent stepping stone to life at University or higher level Apprenticeships.

We are particularly proud of our students this year who have shown resilience and strength throughout the COVID-19 lockdown period which brought about an unexpected end to their formal education with us. There have been some excellent results for individual students in their A Levels and BTEC studies with some students getting straight A grades or double distinctions.  The vast majority of students are going on to their first choice universities and we are excited for them to be starting the next stage of their education.

Dave Mumford, Head of the VI Form said he is delighted with the individual results that have been achieved. ‘We have over 140 students going on from the Island to follow a huge range of university courses including Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Law and Fashion, to name just a few. Many students have gained entry to top Russell Group Universities across the country. Congratulations to all students on their achievements and I would like to thank parents and staff for all their support.’