Traditional, New, Academic and Practical Subjects
In Sixth Form, students begin an independent learning programme. They have a study and library area with internet access and a bank of lap tops to enable them to use their study time productively. At Key Stage 5, subjects are offered in option blocks for the pupils to choose from. Each year, these subjects form five option blocks tailored to meet the students’ needs.
We offer a balance between traditional, academic and more practical subjects. This includes:
- Business Studies
- English Literature
- Health and Social (BTEC Level 3)
- Computer Science
- Modern Foreign Languages
- Performing Arts
- Religious Education/Philosophy
Course Length: 2 years
Minimum of Level 4s in at least 8 GCSEs, including English and Maths.
Preferably Level 6 or above in the options you wish to study at A Level.
(Level 5’s may be considered depending on option choices.)
Number of options: A minimum of 3 subjects should be chosen to study for 2 years at A Level. We also offer a further A Level to be studied in Year 12 to AS Level. Students are also encouraged to complete an EPQ (equivalent to an AS Level).
As with most aspects of our Sixth Form, the curriculum is bespoke and personalised to the individual. Students will receive full support and guidance when considering A Level choices from our expert team of Sixth Form Mentors.
Curriculum enrichment is continued into the sixth form with speakers, workshops and visits timetabled to broaden their experiences beyond their subject choices. The role of prefect is given to allow students to take on positions of responsibility and build skills towards their university applications.
Students are also given the opportunity to continue with skills such as: LAMDA, Duke of Edinburgh, choir, orchestra and public speaking.
Please see our Sixth Form Curriculum Booklet for further information.
Please e-mail Miss Malik our Admissions Secretary, at email@example.com for further details.