As Sixth Form students you are embarking on the most important phase of your academic career to date. This is your gateway to university, further education or employment. At St Paul's you will have a Sixth Form experience which offers a wide range of subject choice, exceptional teaching, a modern dedicated Sixth Form centre and an unrivalled opportunity to take responsibility for yourself and your learning. It is an environment where every young person is valued as an individual and where you can grow in self-confidence within the atmosphere of a close and supportive community.
We're totally committed to providing you with the best education possible, guiding you to becoming successful, capable and independent learners. Preparing you for the next stage of your lives, be that at University or in the workplace. I hope this website gives you a flavour of Sixth Form life at St Paul's but the best way to fully appreciate all that we offer is to come and visit and see us in action.
Every day is open day at St Paul's and you are very welcome to make an appointment to come and see us at any time throughout the year. We look forward to meeting you.
Mark Jones - Head of Sixth Form
Our prospectus is available to view online, please follow the link at the bottom of the page.
The year 11 into 12’s transitions work is avaliable from the link below;
St Paul's students have once again achieved great success in their A levels with 63% attaining A*- B results and 99% gaining A*-E grades. This is an improvement of 10% on our A*-B results.
5th October 2016 | Sixth FormResultsExams
On Thursday 16th June St Paul's Catholic College held a Careers Day aimed at Year 12 students. This gave students the opportunity to gain information on possible career paths with a number of companies who attended the day. The event was a great success and proved very informative.
16th June 2016 | Sixth FormCareers
Our Parent Portal is an online facility created for parents to access their child's data and behavioural records online. It is not a system to replace face to face contact but to simply improve day-to-day communication between school and home.