Sex, money, grades, opportunity and freedom are among commonly quoted reasons for moving schools at sixth form, but when is a move wise, and when is it best to stay put?
The importance of a good sixth form cannot be underestimated; subjects studied, friendships formed and work ethic developed, shape a child's future.
You may already have found the perfect school, with no thought of a move, but If the idea of a fresh start appeals, even fleetingly, what should you think about?
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