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Unique Sixth Form Experience

11:02am 15th February 2018
(Updated 11:59am 20th February 2018)

St Aidan’s & St John Fisher Associated Sixth Form Promoted by
St Aidan’s & St John Fisher Associated Sixth Form

St Aidan's and St John Fisher Associated Sixth Form offers a unique post-16 experience, maintaining the identity of two separate, highly renowned schools yet operating as one successful Sixth Form.

As the largest school-based Sixth Form in the country, it is regarded by former students as the best possible springboard into higher education or employment as it offers ideal preparation for future life and friendships.

Across an unrivalled range of courses, with maximum flexibility of options, examination results have remained outstandingly high. This is a testimony to the excellent teaching and pastoral support, superb attitudes to learning and high-quality facilities. The Association has an exciting extra-curricular programme: music, sport, drama and outdoor pursuits are all flourishing with high levels of participation.

Last year 92% of our students entering higher education gained places at their first or second choice institution, including many going to the best universities in the country.

For all enquiries please contact Associated Sixth Form Administrator Mrs Hendry on 01423 818516 or email associatedsixthform@staidans.co.uk

Our Associated Sixth Form Information Evening will be on the 22nd February 2018. From 6.15pm individual subject teachers will be able to discuss your options, followed by a presentation at 7.30pm in Constance Green Hall. We look forward to welcoming you.

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