A Place for Excellence

With a long history of outstanding academic success you can be assured of the highest quality of teaching and guidance in the Sixth Form. Year on year our Sixth Form students achieve excellent results in public examinations taking them on to some of the most prestigious universities and courses in the world or most highly sought after jobs and school leaver programmes.

Outstanding success comes from more than just hard work and we are aware that at this most exciting time in a young adult’s life, it is important that each individual feels valued and is allowed to thrive and grow. The Fallibroome Academy Sixth Form offers an enviable package of excellent facilities, enrichment opportunities and Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance. We pride ourselves on our culture and ethos. A Level studies can be exacting and challenging and throughout the two years we provide support, care and guidance and an ‘open door’ policy to ensure that all our students feel looked after whilst also growing and developing as independent young people ready for the next stage in their lives.

I look forward to welcoming you to study with us or to respond to any questions and enquiries you may have.

Mark Payne
Director of Sixth Form

Introduction to University, Apprenticeships and Student Finance Presentation for Year 12 Parents/Guardians
Thursday 22nd March 2018 (7.00pm – 8.15pm)

Please note that students are not required to attend this event.

The Parents’ Evening meeting will run as follows:

7.00 – 7.30pm – ‘How to help your son/daughter apply for University’ – including a demonstration of the UCAS web site. – Mr Payne

7.30 – 7.45pm – ApprenticeshipsMrs Ross

7.45 – 8.15pm – Student Finance and its implications for University entry 2019Ollie Welham (Northumbria University)

We very much hope that you will be able to attend the evening and ask that reply slips are returned to the Sixth Form Office by Monday 19th March 2018 to inform us of numbers.

Year 12 visit to the UCAS Higher Education Exhibition
Manchester Central Convention Complex Wednesday 14th March 2018

Please note that normal sixth form dress code is not required for this visit.

Almost all Higher Education establishments in the UK will be present at this exhibition, plus an Apprenticeship Zone aimed at those who may not want to go to university. It represents an invaluable opportunity for all students to acquaint themselves with the range of higher education courses and opportunities available, as well as enable them to obtain relevant prospectuses.

The coaches will leave school at 10.00am prompt and will return to school at approximately 3.00pm., and students may then make their way home.

“The Sixth Form is outstanding. Students make excellent progress as a result of high-quality teaching and management and well-targeted support. Teaching in the Sixth Form is outstanding. The inspectors saw examples of teachers sharing innovative practice to enthuse their students and promote their independence.
Students achieve grades at A and AS level that are well above the national average and this represents excellent progress from their starting points.’
Ofsted 2013

Our Aims

  • To value each individual
  • To offer guidance and support for each student’s personal and social development
  • To enable maximum academic achievement
  • To offer opportunities for enrichment
  • To develop independent learning skills
  • To prepare and support students with their future educational needs

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