Better preparation for
university where it is co-ed
Benefitting from competition
between the sexes and from adapting to the different viewpoints and
outlooks of males and females
Girls achieve the same results
in a co-ed sixth form as they do in a single sex sixth form; boys achieve
better results in a co-ed sixth form than they do in a single sex sixth
form: so why would you choose a single sex sixth form if you want the best
Natural relationships with
the opposite sex; more normal behaviour between the sexes
Huge benefits in areas of:
sport: in many sports girls compete with
the boys and raise their levels of performance.
Music: we find boys and girls
complement each other in the orchestra, the chamber choir, the rock
bands, the calypso band; the percussion ensemble, the jazz band and in
all musical ensembles, and also in their recording work.
Art: the mixing of the
sexes encourages greater variety of artistic expression and allows students
to learn from each other in a more effective manner.
Performing Arts and
Drama: No need for girls to play boys, or vice versa. So much more fun and variety in a co-ed
production, and a greater range of styles possible.
It’s fun to chill out with
boys and girls in free time, and after school hours