Welcome to our Sixth Form
Since we first opened in 2011, the Sixth Form has gone from strength to strength and we are proud of all our students’ achievements over the years. Students at Altrincham College Sixth Form have progressed on to top Russell Group Universities
such as Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Warwick to study degrees in Law, Nursing, Cardiac Physiology and Sports Science. We have also had a number of students take up higher level apprenticeships with top companies such as Land Rover, Tesco and Balfour Beatty.
Altrincham College Sixth Form prides itself on offering a range of courses, both academic and vocational, all delivered with 100% commitment from our dedicated specialist staff. Students can benefit from our unique opportunity to combine both academic and vocational subjects when selecting their programme of study.
As well as a full academic curriculum, a wide variety of enrichment activities are also available to students throughout their time in the Sixth Form. Everyone working here at Altrincham College puts the needs of the students first, providing them with the skills and personal confidence to be successful in the adult world.
Our most recent Ofsted report (March 2017) noted that “students in the sixth form benefit from high-quality provision. They are very well supported. Students have a strong work ethic and value the effective teaching that they receive."
Successful applicants will be well-motivated, hard-working and have excellent attendance. Students must be willing, independent learners and must adhere to coursework deadlines.
All students will have examinations at the end of Year 12 to benchmark progress. The results from these examinations will be used as an indicator that a student has the capability to progress into Year 13.
I very much hope you find the information on our website useful. If you have any queries, please contact Mr Keegan, Head of Sixth Form at email@example.com. Alternatively phone 0161 980 7173 and select option 2 for the Sixth Form.
Mr A Keegan, Head of Sixth Form