Our vibrant Sixth Form provides exceptional academic and applied learning opportunities to more than 200 students along with an unrivalled commitment to social and physical well-being.
Supported by excellent teaching, our broad curriculum covers a broad range of A levels and applied subjects to meet all aspirations. We offer a fully comprehensive education which allows you to seize every opportunity, both in and out of school, to become a mature and responsible young person. Outstanding staff and facilities give you the chance to learn, develop and mature – to fulfil your potential and achieve your dreams.
We are proud of our academic success in both A Levels and BTECs. Our A Level results are as good as any other school in the area and our BTEC results are higher. Our students have won places at Oxford and Cambridge as well as many other Russell Group universities. We are equally proud of those students who were successful in gaining Higher Level Apprenticeships and those who chose to go directly into employment. One size does not fit all and diversity is the key to a successful and thriving sixth form.
We encourage our students to help and support our school community. Our Head Girl, Head Boy and Senior Prefect Team contribute to all aspects of school life, as well as coordinate a vast programme of charity work both in school and in the local community.
We hope that you will find everything that you need on this website but would also encourage you to come and see for yourself what an amazing place we have created. Our Open Evening on Thursday 9th November is a great opportunity to witness what we have to offer. We also welcome visits and applications throughout the year.
Come and meet us to discuss your future and find out how our experienced team of teaching and support staff can work with you to fulfil your potential.
“THE REAL ADVENTURE STARTS HERE. WE CAN PROVIDE EVERY YOUNG PERSON WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN, DEVELOP AND GROW, GIVING YOU THE CONFIDENCE TO REALISE YOUR FULL POTENTIAL AND FULFIL YOUR DREAMS.”
Mark Everett, Headteacher