Castle Hill Sixth Form
Our dynamic learning environment is housed in purpose built Sixth Form and Vocational Centre. Twelve students a year are given opportunities that will prepare them for the world of work. Emphasis is placed on improving English, mathematics and computing skills allongside vocational and work related learning.
Students are encouraged to focus on three core skills areas:
Sixth Form curriculum
Full details of our sixth form curriculum can be viewed here:
We have 12 places a year available in our 6th Form at Castle Hill.
6th Form Open Evenings are held every year in June. Information will be published on the website, and letters and texts sent home to parents of Year 10 parents and students inviting them to the event.
6th Form Application forms are available from the school office and are on the school website.
An early application (in Year 10) is encouraged by the school.
These forms will be kept on file and used by school to generate placement offers.
If an application is not completed an offer of a 6th Form place will not be made.
Students need to meet our 6 Form criteria in order to be offered a place.
Offers are sent to parents in the November of Year 11.
Students not offered a place in December will be put on our waiting list and parents/carers informed should a place become available.
6th Form criteria
Students need to be:
Want to attend Sixth Form and be motivated and willing to learn and take direction
Be genuinely interested in the world of work and keen to embrace opportunities.
Be able to access public transport independently or be working towards independent travel in year 11
Have at least *90% attendance for the last full academic year
(*certain exceptions may be made, for example medical/bereavement etc.)
Links to useful documents
Application 2019 There is currently a waiting list for places in September 2019.
To learn more call Mrs J. Jones on 0161 2853925 (email@example.com)
Our sixth form curriculum is built around five learning habits: Resilience, Reasoning, Reflecting, Questioning and Collaborating. Click on the image below to see examples of students developing these habits of mind.