Education built around values

Sixth Form

Year 12 - 13

From 16 to 18 years of age

In Key Stage 5, students are in non-compulsory education. The focus of our Sixth Form is to prepare students for university studies. We do not offer vocational training.

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Key Stage 5

In Key Stage 5, students select, according to their interest and performance in IGCSE, between 3 and 4 A-Level subjects from:

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English Language

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English Literature

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Mathematics

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Biology

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Chemistry

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Physics

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Sociology

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Physical Education

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Psychology

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Geography

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History

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Marine Sciences

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Computer Science

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Business Studies

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German

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Art and Design

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AS Design and Technology

Most of our students take A-Level Spanish and they can also choose to sit the globally recognised Cambridge English language qualifications: Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) and Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE).

Students who wish to apply for admissions to a Spanish university are assigned one of the 3 routes that link to the specific qualification they are interested in: Social sciences (Applied Mathematics, Geography of Spain and Business Economics),  Technical branch (Mathematics, Physics and Technical Drawing) or the branch of health (Mathematics, chemistry and biology). At the end of Year 13, the students also take a qualification to complete their university entrance requirements (PCE exam and UNEDasiss Credential).

Key Stage 5

The students take the following external examinations (where appropriate).

Year 12 and 13 (1º and 2º Bachillerato)

    • Year 12 and 13 students can optionally take “Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English”, and/or “Cambridge Proficiency Certificate in English”
    • General Certificate of Education at Advanced Subsidiary level (A/S) and Advanced Level (AL)
Our students take both AS and A Level examinations. The choice of subjects depends on the path the individual student is considering studying at university. They are the same examinations that students take in England and Wales to gain entry to University.
    • Year 13 will site their external examinations for the Spanish subjects “Pruebas de Competencia Especifica (PCE)”