Sixth Form life at Arthur Mellows is more than just the subjects students study – the College provides students with a diverse range of opportunities, both academic and extra-curricular. Our curriculum is driven by our students and we continually endeavour to introduce courses that not only meet their needs but equip them to be highly competitive when leaving the College. We have a thorough induction process that ensures the smooth transition for current students and those being welcomed from other schools and colleges. We recognise the differing nature of students, the importance of a variety of learning styles and the opportunity for individual support and guidance.
The College has high expectations of our Sixth Form and in return students will receive exceptional outcomes. A positive attitude, self motivation and the ability to be an active learner will lead to outstanding exam results and future opportunities. Attendance, meeting deadlines and good study habits will ensure excellent learning experiences. We expect students to be role models that younger students look up to – creating an environment of aspirational and confident students.
|Thursday 23 September 2021||Year 12 Information Evening for Parents|
|Thursday 30 September 2021||Year 13 Destinations Parents' Evening|
|Wednesday 10 November 2021||Sixth Form Open Evening (Entry September 2022)|
|Monday 31 January 2022||Year 13 Parents' Evening|
|Monday 27 June 2022||Year 12 Parents' Evening|
|Wednesday 29 June 2022||Year 12 Destinations Parents' Evening|
|Thursday 18 August 2022||A Level Results Day|
|Thursday 25 August 2022||GCSE Results Day|
For more information on the Sixth Form please contact Mrs E Kavanagh at the College.
16-19 Tuition Fund
Arthur Mellows Village College Sixth Form will use the 16-19 Tuition Fund for 2021-2022 to support an identified group of students in their Post-16 studies whose studies were affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. These students will receive additional support through tuition and materials which will enable them to achieve their GCSE in Maths and/or English as well as supporting their planned studies.