We offer a broad range of subjects and qualifications so that each pupil can design a personalised curriculum which will best allow them to fulfil their potential both at Key Stage 5 and in their future studies and careers.


Pupils can opt to study for A-level qualifications in 25 different disciplines which cover the arts, the humanities, and the natural, physical and social sciences. The subjects currently available are:

  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • Classical Civilisation
  • Computer Science
  • Design Realisation
  • Drama and Theatre Studies
  • Economics
  • English Language and Literature
  • English Literature
  • French
  • Further Mathematics
  • Geography
  • German 
  • History
  • Latin
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Religious Studies
  • Photography
  • Physical Education
  • Physics
  • Politics
  • Psychology
  • Spanish

Extended Project Qualification

All Sixth Form students are also able to complete a Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) which is equivalent to half an A-level. This is a student-led, independent research project, designed to develop pupils’ research, study and project management skills, as well as their knowledge of a chosen topic.  Students work with a chosen supervisor to produce either a 5,000-word written report or an ‘artefact’; the latter may take many forms, from a piece of artwork, to an engineered product, a script, or a piece of creative writing. The EPQ is well-respected by UK universities and can often result in a reduced acceptance offer.

In addition to their main studies, Sixth Form students also:

  • have sports training three times per week
  • attend Life and Wellbeing Education (LWE) classes
  • have the option to join Learning Support or EAL sessions as necessary. This includes preparation for the IELTS exams required for non-native English speakers to enter UK universities
  • may take a qualification in their native language if this is not English
  • spend time with their tutor on a daily basis
  • have fortnightly Careers lectures or workshops
  • attend a weekly Chapel service

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