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Information about our successful sixth form can be found in this section.

We are proud of our retention and access to university statistics as well as the quality of care and support for our students.

The majority of our sixth form students progress from Chilwell year eleven, but we also have a significant number of applications from local schools who value the  high expectations, quality of curriculum and strong outcomes for students.

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  • "We like the class sizes; teachers are able to give us time to support our learning. The class sizes are smaller which means we get more individual attention but they are also large enough to provide opportunities for discussion...."

  • "The Lakeview building is a fantastic facility in which to be a student in the sixth form. The computing facilities and the learning spaces means that we are able to study independently....."

  • "During my application procedure I was really helped. The one to one consultations where I and my form tutor would systematically go through my personal statement, truly aided me in making sure all parts of it were flawless.."

  • "The open evening allowed us to discuss the merits of different subjects and to get a clear picture about how the subjects fitted together..."

  • Year 12 - Miss Davies is pleased with her English literature group.   I've made alterations to the way in which I deliver the first unit ( more challenging AO5 etc) in order to respond to their ability to cope with content. They are outstanding." Well done year 12

    1 week ago

  • All quiet in the sixth form this week - yr 13 are completing their first assessments of the year. The first batch of applications have been sent to UCAS - fingers crossed for them.

    1 week ago

  • Research by @DerbyUni academic @DrMark_Faghy and colleagues on combining exercise types to improve performance has crossed the Atlantic from the European Journal of Applied Physiology to a popular North American sports cycling journal.

    1 week ago