Sixth Form School Department (16 – 19 Years of age)
Wilson Stuart 6th Form (Year 12, Year 13 & Year 14) is where our students are encouraged to develop their independence and communication skills in preparation for life after school. We follow a mainly vocational curriculum – offering a range of highly successful courses from Entry Level 1 to Level 2. These include OCR’s Life and Living Skills, Workskills, CoPE, The Prince’s Trust, a range of English Speaking Board qualifications and Jamie Oliver’s BTEC in Home Cooking. ICT is offered up to Level 3 for our most able students as well as GCSE re-sits in Maths and English.
However, there is so much more to us than academic achievement. We believe strongly that the 6th Form should give back to the school and the community. We run the Macmillan Coffee morning, support younger students in lessons and provide a yearly Production – such as our version of West Side Story (2016) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2017). All these events help build our students’ self-confidence and ability to communicate effectively.
Work experience is a key element of our 6th Form with students being offered a range of internal and external placements. We pride ourselves on our PLP and Transition Plan systems as a way of encouraging our students’ ability to self-reflect and set achievable but challenging targets in all areas of their lives and in preparation for post 19 transition.
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Recent GCSE and BTEC Exam Results
Recent Entry Level Examination Results
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