We welcome you as the senior members of our school. We hope that your time with us will be successful and enjoyable and that your experience of the Sixth Form will be memorable.
These web pages have been assembled to help you find out what is on offer in the Sixth Form, procedures and personnel. It serves as a survival guide and as a reference point to use throughout the year. As you settle into the Sixth Form, there will be a lot of information to take on board. Please make the most of this resource to find out what we can offer you and also what we expect of you.
Our Sixth Form provides an outstanding all-round education with both academic and vocational routes of study. You will make impressive progress in a positive, friendly and progressive Christian community. This sixth form will give you the DRIVE to fulfil your aspirations.
Studying at Bishop Stopford’s Sixth Form offers academic excellence and a motivating, educational environment to develop further your interpersonal and professional skills for the work place or further study.
As an integral community member, you will have the opportunity to fully embrace your learning environment and use this to assess and develop both your levels of engagement and your skills in supporting others.
At Bishop Stopford’s we endorse personal choice and as you have selected our school, in turn we have chosen you. We will work with you and your parents to ensure the best possible outcomes for you for the next stages of your life. This will be in all aspects including your academic study, your enrichment opportunities, work experience and support in preparing you for the next stages in your journey.
Thus our Sixth Form concentrates upon every individual learner, ensuring both academic excellence and your development as a holistic citizen of tomorrow.
Your future starts here…
Ms A Flack
Our aim is to provide an outstanding all-round education where you will make impressive progress in a positive, friendly Christian community.Although the 16-19 sector is only one stage in your education, it is significant as it is the first time that you have had the chance to make a voluntary commitment to continuing in education.
The issue of personal choice is important and must be recognised on both sides; the you have selected our school and in turn we have chosen you. We will work with you and your parents to ensure the best possible outcomes for you.