Dear Student and Parent/Carer,

This is a very exciting time for our Sixth Form after a summer of having record results with our A Level results being in the top 10% of Sixth Form UK providers for the fourth year running. Over the next half term, you will be contemplating your post-16 choices and will be making one of the most important decisions of your life so far.

In order to help with your deliberations, we are delighted to invite you to our Virtual Sixth Form Open Evening on Thursday 26th November at 5:30 and 6:30pm. Due to current restrictions the event will be held virtually but we still hope that parents and students can benefit and are well informed. 

This evening will be in 2 sections:

  • Video – we will be presenting our full length film showcasing Edmonton County Sixth Form
  • Live Q & A sessions at 5:30 and 6:30
The live Q and A session will provide you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about Sixth Form. The panel will include: Mr Miller (Head of School), Mr Bucho (Trust Director of Sixth Forms), Sixth Form Progress Leaders and a current year 13 student.

Hopefully you will go away from the evening with a clear understanding about what the Sixth Form is all about, our expectations, the opportunities we offer, and, most importantly, what courses are right for your son or daughter.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact either the Sixth Form or Year 11 team.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Bucho, Trust Director of Sixth Forms

Mr Miller, Head of School


Welcome to Sixth Form


Year 7 and Sixth Form student induction Sept 2020 website Updated 020920Our Sixth Form aims to enable all of our students to secure what they need to pursue their chosen goals. Sixth Form education is a stepping-stone to a variety of future possibilities from Further and Higher Education to training and ultimately employment. To that end we aim to be a truly inclusive Sixth Form which provides guidance and courses suited to the individual learning needs and future plans for each student, and create an environment in which all our students feel valued, happy and able to develop. Support is provided for the personal and social development of each Sixth Former, so that they may acquire the skills and qualities of leadership, tolerance, initiative, responsibility and self-determination. We offer experience of a wide range of activities ‒ academic, social, spiritual, aesthetic, practical and sporting; to challenge our students to think seriously about their future after the Sixth Form and to give them the best information, advice and guidance available to develop and realise those plans.

A student’s time in the Sixth Form is voluntary. Students choose to return and further their education because they wish to. Our underlying aim, therefore, is to make that time as challenging, rewarding, stimulating and as fun as possible. Academic work forms the core of our Sixth Form provision but we place equal emphasis on providing opportunities for the development of the whole individual. Our Sixth Formers are young adults and can expect to be treated accordingly. Thank you for taking the time to consider Edmonton County School Sixth Form for one of the most important stages in your life. We hope that you are able to find the information that you need in our prospectus and at our Open Evening to see how we can make the difference to your future education and life goals.