The Sixth Form Team
Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for the Sixth Form: Mr S Edwards
"I am Mr Edwards and I am the Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for The Sixth Form. I have been teaching for 20 years and have experience of teaching in a range of mixed and all boy’s secondary schools in both Kent and London. I joined The Howard School in September 2016 as Head of Sixth Form and my main subject is Geography, which I studied at Manchester University, before completing a Secondary PGCE qualification at Bristol University.
I am exceptionally proud of the Sixth Form and the progress that students make, both academically and socially, allowing them to become well-rounded young adults that make such a positive contribution to society."
Head of Sixth Form: Mr S Loftus
"I am Mr Loftus. I have been teaching at The Howard School for over 20 years and have spent 15 of those years as a Head of Year. As Head of Sixth Form I have the opportunity to see our student’s transition in post 16 education and welcome new students to our school from a number of other schools across Medway. My aim is to ensure that students make the most of their academic studies, whilst developing the necessary skills to allow them to leave us as well-rounded young adults and make a positive contribution to society. As a Sixth Form we offer a range of support and guidance to our students to ensure they maximise their potential and transition through to their next phase of life having made the most of their time with us."
Deputy Head of Sixth Form: Mr S Julian
"I am Mr Julian and I have been teaching at The Howard School for 9 years. I have been involved as a member of the Sixth Form Pastoral Team for the past 8 years and am extremely proud of the accomplishments our students have made during my time here. I currently teach Sociology and History, having studied both of these subjects whilst I was a pupil in the Howard School and later in the Sixth Form as well. I attended the University of Portsmouth and graduated in History and Sociology in 2006. I am clear that Sixth Form students need to have the support and guidance of the school and therefore actively encourage students to speak to me should they require any help of guidance."