Sixth Form is your opportunity to forge a path into higher education, employment and employment-based learning. It is a time to foster new friendships and working relationships whilst reflecting on the contribution you wish to make to your community, both at St Teilo’s and into adult life.
Sixth Form study is incredibly demanding, both workload and challenge. Our experienced Sixth Form team will assist you in becoming an increasingly effective learner and support you in developing a positive study ethos and managing workload.
Joining the Sixth Form is a privilege: not only will you secure outcomes which will open doors in your future, you'll become a role model for the whole community. We encourage you to take full advantage of all the opportunities the Sixth Form offers, including enriching trips and visits, growth industry experience and networking possibilities.
About our Sixth Form
The Sixth Form at St Teilo’s Church in Wales High School is built on a foundation of 60 years of experience in the sector. We are an inclusive Sixth Form in every sense, underpinned by a loving and liberating Christian theology. We believe that every Sixth Former has been made perfectly by God and with purpose - ours is the business of human flourishing and all are welcome here!
Our Sixth Form has an enviable reputation for quality. Small class sizes, specialist Advanced Level teaching, administrative and pastoral staff ensure that we provide Sixth Formers with the best possible opportunity to reach their full potential. Our approach is founded on person-centred practice where 'one size fits one'.
Programmes of study change from time to time, based on the needs and interests of young people. Typically, the curriculum model is based on five option columns, from which three courses must be chosen (one from each column).
Each course has its own, specific entry requirements. If you would like to know more about entry requirements or course content, please contact us.
Health and Social Care
Art and Design
Travel and Tourism
English Literature and Language