Sixth Form Curriculum and Pathways
Our key aim is to support our Sixth Form students to become well-rounded, highly skilled and well-qualified young adults, in an environment where they are encouraged to become increasingly self-reliant and independent. We pride ourselves on supporting our students in making the right choices as they join the Sixth Form and in preparation for their next steps once they have completed their Level 3 qualifications through our 'Unifrog' programme.
Applying for a Sixth Form Place
We would welcome applications to join our Sixth Form. Details of our curriculum can be viewed on this page. Please do contact the College should you wish to discuss an application.
Ofsted Rating: Good
We are proud to be an Ofsted rated 'Good' school and details of our latest inspection can be viewed here.
Our pathway choices in Sixth Form are broad and we offer a wide range of subject choices and our curriculum covers the requirements of the 16-19 Study Programme.
Details of our curriculum offer for those students commencing post-16 studies in September 2021 can be viewed below:
Our Sixth Form Student Guide provides information to support students with their post-16 studies.
Curriculum Offer for our Current Students
Details of our curriculum offer for those students in our current Sixth Form can be viewed below:
Please contact the college directly if you wish to receive more information about our Sixth Form curriculum.
Sixth Form Outcomes
We are proud of the success that our Sixth Form students achieve. This has continued to improve year on year. Whilst there were no public examinations in 2021, the results that our students were awarded would have been deemed to have been above the national average.
To view details of our historical examination performance please visit the Department for Education (DfE) Performance Tables: click here.
Post-18 Pathways Support
As they start their Sixth Form journey, we are passionate about supporting our students to start to plan for life after they have completed their school studies. We run a very successful 'Ace Level 3' programme which maps out two year's worth of activities that we deliver so that students are guided and informed when making their decisions. This programme includes: UCAS Personal Statement Workshops and 1:1 advice: Apprenticeship Workshops; university visits; a Careers Fair; 1:1 sessions with our Independent Careers Advisor; CV Writing Workshops; mock interviews; and a Study Skills programme. Included in this is a wide range engagement opportunities with our business partners.
Please visit our Polices page to access our Sixth Form Admission Policy.
16-19 Tuition Funding Allocation
For the academic years 2020-2021 and 2021 - 2022, the College is in receipt of 16-19 Tuition Funding to support individual learners with catch-up support following the disruption to learning during the pandemic. Details of how we plan to allocate this funding can be viewed here. We will keep the allocation of this funding under constant review and amend our support accordingly to meet the needs to individual students throughout the academic year.
16-19 Bursary Fund Information
The 16 to 19 Bursary Fund provides financial support to help students overcome specific financial barriers to participation so they can remain in education.
There are two types of 16 to 19 bursaries:
- bursaries for defined vulnerable groups of up to £1,200 a year
- discretionary bursaries which institutions award to meet individual needs, for example, help with the cost of transport, meals, books and equipment
Please find details below of eligibility and how to apply for a bursary: