Wootton Academy Trust Sixth Form students study a wide variety of Level 3 courses, leading towards traditional and applied A-levels or vocational qualifications such as BTECs.
Students in Years 12 and 13 can also access a broad range of extra-curricular activities including sports, Bar Mock Trials, Formula 24, Performing Arts productions, Public Speaking, Young enterprise, College Councils and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.

Generic entry requirements: Most subjects at A Level will require a GCSE B grade with the exception of Maths where an A will be required. For all subjects including BTEC, students are expected to have passed GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above. Entry for BTEC courses is dependent upon average GCSE points score. Where the entry criteria for a subject has just been missed, consideration will be given to the students average GCSE points score when making final decisions on admission to a course.

If you need help to choose the right courses, please speak to your subject teachers or Form Tutor. You will also have an opportunity to discuss your course choices in more detail with a senior member of the Wootton Academy Trust teaching staff at your informal interview.