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Sixth Form Open Evenings 2022

We would like to welcome you to a series of Sixth Form Open Evenings based on the wide range of post 16 pathways we have on offer at QEH.

There will be 3 sessions available each evening at 4pm, 5pm and 6pm. Booking is essential for these sessions as we have limited numbers allowed on the site in order to keep everybody safe.  We look forward to welcoming you in person.

To book your place please click on the buttons below:

VOCATIONAL - Wednesday 19 January 2022

CREATIVE - Thursday 20 January 2022

HUMANITIES & LANGUAGES - Wednesday 2 February 2022

STEM - Thursday 3 February 2022

 

Welcome

As you make the very important decision of where and what to study we trust our prospectus gives you a feel for what life is like here as a sixth form student. We are confident that whether you stay with us from Year 11 or join us in Year 12 from another school you will settle quickly and feel part of our very unique community.

Ours is a vibrant school of around 1500 pupils which is justly proud of its quality of education, especially its Year 12/13 provision.

The entire campus has been redeveloped with a multi-million pound, county council-funded investment in:

• a purpose built school to accommodate 1600 pupils;
• an extended and refurbished leisure facility;
• new external sporting facilities, including tennis courts, an all-weather pitch, running track and playing fields.

Should you enrol with us, you will be a member of the sixth form studying in a facility which is the envy of other schools and colleges. Indeed, there are a range of leisure and study facilities exclusively devoted to sixth form students, aimed at promoting individual development.

In our sixth form, we offer a broad range of academic and vocational courses, with an options menu that we are constantly working hard to improve in conjunction with neighbouring educational institutions to ensure that our students are given the widest possible choice of courses post 16. This collaboration is underpinned by the Learning and Skills (Wales) 'Measure' which provides clear guidelines for the creation of local curricula and is the statutory base of 14-19 Learning Pathways.

Sixth Form Prospectus

Senior Team 2021/22

Meet the Team

Head Boy - Harry John
Head Girl- Arwen Skinner
Deputy Head Boys - Zac Mistry, James Culf and Sed Fernandez
Deputy Head Girls - Gwennan Wright, Katie Matthews and Yazmin Davies
Senior Team 2019/20

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