Sixth Form Key Stage 5 Results 2016
Sixth Form Ethos
Our Sixth Form is dedicated to academic and personal development.
Students are cared for and valued as individuals and prepared to
become active members of the adult community. The Sixth Form
extends the vision of the main school to raise aspirations and
achievement and enrich partnerships.
• Students are encouraged to aim high and exceed
• Independent learning is the norm;
• Students develop a thirst for knowledge and are reflective learners;
• Student voice and community is valued and evident;
• Students collaborate and are active participants in their world.
Destination post Sixth Form:
Geography and Politics Degree
“Sixth Form at Cleeve has
helped me to develop as a
person; facing new challenges
on a daily basis and becoming
a truly well rounded student.
The role of Head Student
has allowed me to further my
involvement within school
life and the wider community,
whilst developing key skills for
“Students at Cleeve Sixth Form are supported in exceeding
their target grades. The percentage of students in 2016
achieving A* or A grades for example, vastly exceeded
target levels. We are very proud of last year’s record results
and look forward to continuing to support our students in
achieving their aspirational pathways.”
Mr B. Slatter, Head of Sixth Form
Senior Students- Leah White, Joseph
McGrory and Jessica White
“Leadership is very important to us
and, as part of our broad enrichment
programme, we offer our Sixth Form
students excellent opportunities to
develop their skills and experiences,
and this is particularly seen in the way
that they inspire and act as successful
role models for our main school
students, be they Year 7 or Year 11.
The qualities within our Sixth Form
means that our younger students
aspire to be part of this exciting
community, whilst many also join our
Sixth Form from other schools.”
Mr A Richards, Principal
An early design for the new state of the art Sixth Form Centre, which will ensure
our students are benefiting from the very best facilities available to students.
In 2016 – 74.3% of A Level students met their aspirational ALPS target.
This placed us in the top 25% of schools nationally for this measure of
In 2016 – 91.5% of BTEC/OCR students met their aspirational ALPS
target. This placed us in the top 10% of schools nationally for this
measure of added value.