I am very proud of the Sixth Form at St Mary’s. I believe it is an exceptional place to study. Our A level teachers are hard working and enthusiastic, all academic specialists in their subject areas.
The culture at St Mary’s is one of teachers working really closely with their sixth form students, being very generous with their time to support and develop our students. Sixth Form lessons are calm and purposeful; students can enjoy being enthusiastic and eager to contribute – because that is the norm here.
The atmosphere in St Mary’s Sixth Form is very friendly and supportive. We have very high expectations of conduct and behaviour; students treat each other with kindness and respect. One of the first things you will notice is how polite and courteous we are with each other.
Sixth Form tutors and senior Pastoral staff in St Mary’s Sixth Form offer a great deal of support and advice. I am particularly proud of how we prepare students for their applications to university and work. Finally our facilities are superb. We have excellent individual study areas for quiet work as well as group study rooms and a wonderful all-day cafeteria exclusively for Sixth Form.
As I say, an exceptional place to study A levels.
Mr C Bradley Assistant Headteacher – Sixth Form
Sixth Form applications for 2020 admission is now open. Please see Sixth Form Admissions for further details.
Message form the Head Boy and Head Girl
Hi, I’m Josh Martin. I was recently elected the new head boy of St Mary’s and I am incredibly proud to take up this role. Since I arrived in Year 7, I always saw the head boy and the rest of the council as models of the pupil I aspired to become. I will strive to maintain this high standard and provide an example of the St Mary’s attitude. The head boy and the council have a responsibility to make the school a better place, and I can assure you that we will not let up on this duty, even in the current climate. I look forward to representing the school at every opportunity.
Hi, I’m Beverlyn Owusu Agyemang. I am a member of the School Council and the newly elected Head Girl for St Mary’s. Being part of the School Council has given me, alongside all members of the School Council, the privilege of contributing to upholding the invaluable ethos of St Mary’s. From being at the school since Year 7, I have been given so many amazing opportunities to grow into a better version of myself and I feel very grateful to be in a position where I can give back to the school community and make a positive difference.