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What OFSTED have said

“Students make good progress in the sixth form from their starting point. About three quarters of students who undertake full A level courses progress to university. These facts reflect the good teaching, the enthusiastic and studious participation of students, as well as the strong guidance and support they receive.”

“The consortium arrangement extends the variety of subjects on offer and provides centres of excellence for subjects.”

“Teaching is good, characterised by the ability to engage students actively in learning”. “Specialist status has enabled the school (sixth form) to be a hub for the provision of further mathematics.”

“The sixth form meets a very diverse range of needs and aspirations through the well-developed consortium. Staff go out of their way to ensure that the right course, at the appropriate level, are readily available for all … rates for successful completion of courses are good.”