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“There are strong relationships between teachers and pupils. Pupils take risks, engage in challenging activities and never settle for second best.”
OFSTED (December 2016)
Here is our Sixth Form Admission Policy for 2020-21
To view our Sixth Form Prospectus, please click here
Apply to our Sixth Form Centre here: Online Application Form
To view our 2021-2022 Option Blocks, please click here
Entry Requirements: Click Here
To view our Subject Information Booklet, please click here
Sixth Form Virtual Open Evening 2020: Thursday 19 November 2020
This year our Sixth Form Open Evening took place online via our website. While you may not be able to visit us in person at the moment, you can get the full St. Anne’s experience from the comfort of your own home.
Making the right choice
When choosing your programme of study you should consider suitable combinations of courses. You will be choosing 3 subjects to study at A’ level or BTEC Level 3 and your choices can be exclusively A’ Level or BTEC, or a combination of the 2 courses, depending on your subject preferences and whether you achieve the entry criteria for each course.
The subjects that you choose are two year courses, and cannot be terminated at any point before the completion of the course.
There are some combinations of subjects which are preferred or required by Universities as enrolment criteria for Degree courses.Examples of this are:
Chemistry, Biology (required) and Maths to study Medicine.
Art and/or a Design Technology (required): e.g. Fashion and Clothing and English Literature to study an Art Degree or a course such as Fashion Journalism.
Many students are not however certain of their career pathway when choosing subjects to study in the 6th form and in this situation it makes good sense to choose subjects that you are good at; that you enjoy and that will provide you with a broad range of knowledge and skills.
As part of the Sixth Form Curriculum all students attend a Masterclass and General Religious Studies lesson per week.
Sixth Form students have opportunities to take part in curriculum enrichment activities and community work for example being a member of the Fair Trade Business Committee, teaching IT skills to the elderly, taking part in the WE.org Programme as well as opportunities to attend Subject specific workshops, taster days and lectures.