The Sixth form at Arthur Mellows currently has more than 280 students who come from their own Year 11 and from other local schools. The College offers an array of courses at Post-16 level: AS Level, A2 Level and Vocational A Levels.
Over the past few years, Cromwell College has increased the number of subjects taught to cater for the student needs in an ever-changing world. Most students will study 4 AS levels in Year 12 then take 3 of them through to A2 level. Other students will study a BTEC/OCR double award and 2 AS levels in Year 12 then take the BTC/OCR course and 1 AS through to Year 13.
Downham Market Academy Sixth Form has more than 200 students and offers a wide range of AS/A2 subjects and vocational courses.
Opening in September 2016, the UTC aims to enhance the skill base in Peterborough and surrounding areas through a specialist Engineering and Build Environment syllabus aimed at girls and boys. You can join the UTC at the start of Year 10 or Year 12.
The Sixth Form at Hampton College provides a flexible and personalised package of courses including A-Level and BTEC qualifications and the possibility of GCSE retakes if appropriate.
Harington School opened in September 2015 and is a free school offering post-16 education within Rutland with a clear academic focus.
In the Sixth Form at Iceni Academy, pupils may follow an academic pathway consisting of four A levels from a range of subjects, or they may choose to follow different pathways according to their needs and abilities.
Jack Hunt offers several routes through the Sixth Form - AS and A2 Levels, Applied A Levels and one year Level 2 courses for students who wish to increase their qualifications to enable them to move towards employment, further training or further and higher education.
The Sixth Form at Ken Stimpson offers a wide range of academic and vocational courses at both Level 3 (A Level and equivalent) and Level 2 (GCSE equivalent). The Post 16 Centre is part of Team Peterborough North, collaborating to provide a wider and richer curriculum for students.
Sixth Form students are normally expected to study four subjects in Year 12. All courses are modular and you must pass your Year 12 exams in each subject to be able to carry on to Year 13 study. The normal pattern for students in Year 13 is to carry on with three subjects and sit more modules in them in order to gain a full A level or Level 3 pass.
The majority of subjects are available for A-level study at The King's School. Typically students will choose 5 subjects to study at A-level. Also available at A-level are Psychology and Economics and all students study a General Studies course.
The Neale-Wade Academy provides a wide range of Post 16 opportunities appropriate for all students in a local and nurturing environment. The Academy offer a number of pathways to cater for students of all academic backgrounds, that will give them the qualifications necessary to continue in their next steps of education, learning or employment. This includes a wide range of traditional A Level subjects as well as a number of vocational Level 3 courses.
Nene Park Academy offers a wide range of Level 3 (A-level, Diploma and BTEC) and Level 2 (GCSE, Diploma and BTEC) courses, working with other partners so that if a preferred subject is not available at Nene Park Academy it is usually just a short journey away.
Oakham School is an independent boarding and day school offering AS/A2 Levels and the International Baccalaureate diploma. Both are appropriate and effective pathways to university entrance.
At Ormiston Bushfield Academy students are able to choose from 25+ A-level/BTEC subjects with three suggested pathways. The A level route is the most common, the combination pathway blends A Levels with practical and vocational skills of BTECs and there's also a BTEC pathway.
The Sixth Form at this Independent School offers a fully co-educational experience. There are 20 subjects on offer with a focus on traditional academic subjects.
Rutland County College is a 16-18 College in Barleythorpe, Oakham. Many students come here from the linked 11-16 Casterton Business and Enterprise College in Casterton. There are 3 different pathways at the college in KS5: Academic, Vocational and Foundation.
All of the courses offered in the Sixth Form at Sir Harry Smith are Level 3 courses. This is an advanced level and the next step from GCSE. There are two different types of qualifications at this level and they are both equivalent qualifications: GCE A Level and BTEC Subsidiary Diploma.
The Sixth Form at Smithdon High offers fifteen AS/A2 Courses as well as one-year Level 2 courses allowing students to boost their GCSE results.
At Springwood High the majority of students are expected to complete four AS levels in Year 12 and three A2 courses in Year 13. All subjects are placed in different option blocks which have been designed to provide you with the widest choice, but also to enable complementary subjects to be chosen together, such as the sciences and maths.
The Sixth Form at Stanground Academy offers three pathways for pupils: the Preparatory Pathway, the Vocational Pathway and the Academic Pathway. The most able pupils are guided onto the Academic Pathway of traditional A-Level courses, but pupils may elect vocational qualifications alongside should they wish.
St John Fisher works in partnership with The King's School and offers a broad Post 16 curriculum which includes a Level 3 AS programme, a flexible Level 3 Diploma programme and a Diploma programme.
The Thomas Clarkson Academy offers a wide range of courses, whether you are looking for academic or vocational qualifications for entry into university or the world of work. Courses offered are A Level as well as Level 3 BTEC qualifications.
The Sixth Form at Thomas Deacon Academy has 440 students. It is a Level 3 provider and courses are offered in a wide variety of subjects at AS and A2 levels, BTEC and OCR Nationals.
Uppingham School is an independent and full boarding school in the Rutland area for boys and girls aged 13 to 18.
The Voyager Academy offers a wide range of Post 16 courses: A Level courses are academic Level 3 qualifications, offering a good foundation for higher education and employment. BTEC Level 3 courses are vocationally based, designed as preparation for employment or higher vocational qualifications. BTEC Level 2 and GCSE courses form one year programmes of study.