Overview

Although choosing Sixth Form courses appears complex, there are essentially five pathways which students typically follow. Each course has different entry requirements which are featured on the course pages. Guidance over suitable levels of study for individual students will be given at your Sixth Form interview. In addition to your chosen pathway all students are expected to attend their Guided Learning Sessions for three hours per week with their Sixth Form Tutor.

Additionally, an important part of any Sixth Form programme is to have the opportunity to reach the national level of expectation in literacy and numeracy. Sixth Form students who did not reach Level 2 in English and Mathematics at the end of Year 11 will continue with GCSE or equivalent qualifications.

Curriculum Grid

 

BLOCK A

BLOCK B

BLOCK C

BLOCK D

BLOCK E

Sport Academies

Music Technology

Drama

Business

Business

Law

Rugby Academy

Science

Health & Social Care

Sport Extended Certificate

Psychology

Sport Diploma

Basketball Academy

Digital Arts

Chemistry

Fine Art

Physics

Childcare

Football Academy

Geography

Religious Studies*

Biology

Photography

Film Studies

 

Law

French*

Dance

Music Performance

Mathematics

 

Sociology

Politics

IT

Media

Sociology

 

Sport Extended Certificate

 

English Literature

History

 

 

* Indicates subjects that are subject to the number of students taking them