In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the school is currently implementing a comprehensive online academic programme for all of our students, using Microsoft Teams. Our aim is to continue to provide this until such time as we are able to open again.
Our Admissions office is still open for enquiries for September 2020 and beyond.
The school will continue to support the North Devon community through provision of PPE and practical help, as long as it is needed.
We offer a wide range of both A-levels and BTECs at Sixth Form, opening the door to a vast choice of careers and interests.
Entry into the Sixth Form is subject to only a minimal requirement of five GCSE passes at Grade 5 or above, which makes our outstanding results at A-level all the more impressive!
We offer a wide range of both A-levels and BTECs at Sixth Form, opening the door to a vast choice of careers and interests. A genuine interest of passion for your subjects is so important at A-level and we offer all our current students, as well as those thinking of joining us in the Sixth Form, sound advice so that you make the right decisions.
We currently offer: Art & Design, Biology, BTEC Applied Science, Business, Cambridge Technical in Sport & Physical Activity, Chemistry, Core Mathematics, Drama, Economics, English Literature, Further Mathematics, Geography, History, Mathematics, French, Spanish, Music, Physics, Product Design, Psychology, Religious Studies.
To take a look at our sixth form subjects in more detail – click the link below:
To help your decision-making process, you will start your Sixth Form studying four subjects and will drop one after the first term. You will then focus on the remaining three, plus start work on the EPQ (extended project qualification), which you will complete in the first term of Year 13.
For timetabling in the Sixth Form, students usually choose one subject from each of the subject blocks listed below. Please note that this grid has been updated in January 2019. For the latest information regarding option blocks please contact the Director of Studies, Chris Burrows.