Sixth Form

Our Sixth Form Prospectus and Course guide for 2017 entry can be found in the menu on the left.  

 

 

Sixth Form Enrolment

Internal Woodbridge Students and Externals with offers

24th August in the Wynndale Canteen

Entrance via Mallards Reception (Mallards Road)

(you should have appointment times)

 

 External Candidates

·        25th August in the Wynndale Canteen

Entrance via the Wynndale entrance on St Barnabas Road

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Our current provision for the Sixth form includes a wide range of GCE A and AS level subjects, BTEC and Cambridge Technical courses at levels 2 and 3. Each GCE subject has an allocation of nine hours per fortnight. There is also the opportunity for students to retake GCSE English and Mathematics in order to improve their grades.

Year 13 students achieve results that enable them to apply for Higher Education courses at Universities, including Oxbridge, Russell Group institutions and Colleges of Art.

A strong tutor team supports each student with their academic and pastoral needs throughout their course. Tutors are available to provide guidance and help in making informed choices about career opportunities and Higher Education places.

The Sixth form curriculum currently offers the following choice of subjects:

Art 

French

Physica Education

Biology

Geography

Physics

Business (BTEC)

German

Psychology

Business Studies

Health & Social Care (CTEC)

Religious Education

Chemistry

History

Russian

Computer Science

ICT

Sociology

Economics

Mathematics

Sport (BTEC)

English Language

Further Mathematics

Theatre Studies

English Literature

Media Studies

 

Film Studies

Music

 

 

We also offer a Foundation Course at Level 2. Students study Maths and English as well as either Business or Health & Social Care. This course is studied for one year to enable students to prepare themselves for Level 3 study.

All students in the 6th form have a personal tutor with whom they have a one-to-one meeting each fortnight to support their learning. Tutors monitor students personal and academic progress. All 6th form students are expected to be involved in the life of the school and take on a range of responsibilities. Our 6th Form Ambassadors work alongside teachers in the classroom, mentor younger students and organise extra-curricular activities. They represent the school and various functions and occasions.

All Sixth Form students are required to complete community service. Our students can choose an area they wish to pursue and are allowed should they wish to take part in community activities out of school. Some of our students have been working in local nurseries and primary schools to complete this aspect of their 6th form programme.

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  1. Woodbridge High School Sixth Form Admission Arrangements 2016