HCS Sixth Form
Life in the Sixth Form is exciting. A lively sense of specialist scholarship pervades the last two years of study. Together with smaller classes and closer relationships with the teachers, lessons are interactive and stimulating and the Sixth Form is a time of academic adventure. The benefits of being a Sixth Former, such as heading up societies, participating in overseas trips, undertaking work experience or using the common room makes school a really enjoyable experience and the personal and intellectual confidence you’ll develop in this environment is exhilarating and deeply rewarding.
If you are currently studying for GCSEs and want an intellectually challenging yet warm and friendly environment, we hope you will want to apply to Hull Collegiate School to study A Levels.
This year has already seen a plethora of change for the Sixth Form and its students here at Hull Collegiate School. We have seen the introduction of an extensive enrichment programme that we believe will not only develop our students knowledge and understanding of unique topics, but it will also offer vital life skills to equip them to head out into the next stage of their lives.
The opportunities available here in the Sixth Form are second to none, from mentoring and leadership to creating and being members of bespoke societies, our Sixth Form students have the chance to be part of something truly wonderful.
We encourage participation in sport, drama, music and volunteering as well as allowing students the chance to take advantage of their vital study sessions. Combined with small class sizes to help you achieve your absolute potential in an adult environment, we know that students who attend our Sixth Form will do very well in both their education and further afield.
Take the time to read the website and make sure you visit us on our Open Events and Information Evenings where you will see first-hand from both staff and students, the potential that can be achieved here at Hull Collegiate Sixth Form.
Next Open Event
Saturday 2 March 2019 10am - 1pm