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Year 11 – Apply NOW for Sixth Form

YEAR 11 – apply now for Sixth Form
Astrea Sixth Form St Neots is a highly successful and popular choice for 16-19 year olds offering a traditional academic A level curriculum alongside industry approved vocational courses. With a wide range of subjects to choose from, we are confident that we can provide an outstanding learning experience that will meet your needs.
We regularly support successful applications to Oxbridge, medicine and dentistry courses, and over 65% of our students move into higher education. It has been pleasing to see a significant and growing number of students who have secured Higher Level Degree Apprenticeships with global companies like Astra Zeneca and Lockheed Martin.
Whatever your intended post-16 route, our specialist team of tutors and Sixth Form staff will provide a high-quality support package to take you to your next destination.
Astrea Sixth Form St Neots puts students at the centre of the learning process, nurturing them to value academic enquiry, hard work and to have the highest standards of conduct both in and out of the classroom.
Classes are small enough to allow for bespoke support and for all students to benefit from the expert teaching on offer.
There are many opportunities for students to develop both their academic and leadership skills, from taking the Extended Project Qualification to becoming a House Captain, or organising whole Academy events for younger students.
Sixth Form students are expected to contribute to the local community and we run a range of charitable and outreach projects such as supporting the local foodbanks, holding a sponsored ‘Sleep Out’ to support homeless charities and working with local care homes.
Take a look at our website to see what we have to offer, or contact me directly at and I will be delighted to answer all of your queries.
Mark Taylor, Director of Astrea Sixth Form St Neots

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