Welwyn Hatfield

Consortium Schools

Bishop's Hatfield Girls' School

Monk's Walk School

Onslow St. Audrey's School

Sir Frederic Osborn School

Stanborough School


Who to Contact?

Please contact consortium schools through their website.  Please see above.


Current Students

 Student Notes


Key Dates

8th - 12th January 2018

Year 13 Mock Exams


5th - 9th February 2018

Year 12 Assessments


1st March 2018

Year 13 Parents' Evening


14th March 2018

Higher Education Visit


22nd March 2018

Year 12 Parents' Evening


24th April 2018

Post 18 Evening held at BHG


4th June

External Exams Commence


25th - 29th June

Year 12 Internal Exams


27th - 29th June

Year 11 Induction


2nd July

Year 12 Careers Conference


16th - 20th July

Extended Learning Week



Your way to Higher Education:

Presentation from Dr Bell Cambridge March

Presentation from Oxford March


Our Results

Destination of our Post 16 students



Staff Information


Staff Notes



Term Dates 2017/2018:


31st August: Inset Day


1st September: Year 12 and 13 Induction On Home Site


4th September: 6th Form lessons start


6th October: Inset Day


19th -27th October:  Half term for teaching at BHG, MWS, SFO and STA

23rd-27th October:  Half term for teaching at OSA


24th November: Occasional Day


22nd December - 2nd January: Christmas Holidays (teaching at OSA finishes 19th December)


3rd January: Inset Day


4th January: Term starts


12th February - 16th February: Half term


19th February: Inset day


30th March: Good Friday


2nd April - 13th April: Easter Holidays


16th April: Term starts


7th May: Bank Holiday


28th May - 1st June: Half term


13th July: Post 16 teaching ends


16th July - 20th July: Extended Learning Week 




 Welcome to the Welwyn & Hatfield 14-19 Consortium











The five secondary schools in Welwyn & Hatfield: Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’, Monk’s Walk, Onslow St Audrey’s, Sir Frederic Osborn and Stanborough work collectively as a Consortium to provide an enviable programme of Sixth Form education throughout the area.


Being part of the Sixth Form... 







    ...is more than studying for qualifications. 





There are other benefits to be had from working with people you know, in a familiar environment. There is also a very significant contribution you can make as a sixth form student to your school and to the Consortium in a whole variety of ways which, in turn, will be of further benefit to you when you move on to higher education or employment. The Consortium has existed for many years but we constantly review what we offer and seek ways of improving still further the opportunities for post-16 students across the consortium. Each of the schools has excellent arrangements in place to guide you whilst making your subject choices. We will provide advice that will ensure you are offered the most appropriate programme.