Skip to content ↓
Stratford Girls' Grammar School Stratford-Upon-Avon
{item_slide_caption}
{item_slide_author}
{item_slide_caption}
{item_slide_author}
{item_slide_caption}
{item_slide_author}
{item_slide_caption}
{item_slide_author}
{item_slide_caption}
{item_slide_author}
{item_slide_caption}
{item_slide_author}

Joined in September 2017

The sixth form programme at Stratford Girls’ Grammar School extends the outstanding provision from Years 7 to 11 into post-16 study.  It is designed to offer girls enjoyable and challenging academic courses across a broad range of subjects, along with a stimulating wrap-around enrichment programme that teaches girls the value of hard work, creativity and the intelligent management of time.   Ranked by The Telegraph in 2016 as the 15th best state school in the country, and by The Sunday Times (ParentPower) as 16th, our girls achieve outstanding A-level results.

With a wide catchment area, our sixth form attracts girls from a variety of schools throughout South Warwickshire. There are 115 girls joining us in Year 12 for the academic year 2017-18, nearly half of whom joined us in Year 12 from other secondary schools.

Curriculum for girls who joined the sixth form in 2017

Curriculum Model

Three A-levels

A choice of three A-levels

(Further Maths is available as an optional 4th A-level)

     Extended Project Qualification

A Level 3 personal investigation into a topic of your choice. This can be from your academic curriculum, linked to a future career pathway or based on a personal interest

Plus

Stretch and Challenge

     An Additional Course in place of a 4th AS-level

     A choice of one course which include: Sports, Photography, Business and Enterprise, Engineering, Practical Maths 

Plus

Personalised Enrichment

Curriculum Enrichment

A choice from our rolling programme of additional activities designed to develop and enhance inter-personal skills and teamwork. Activities this year include Sports for All, Survival Cookery, Book and Film Club, Young Enterprise, Engineering Education Scheme, Musical Theatre.

Work and/or Volunteer

An opportunity to develop your own personal work experience/volunteering programme or to tap into our contacts as a means to gain experience in the world of work and develop key employability skills

Careers

Expert advice and guidance available from our sixth form team and dedicated work experience co-ordinator. Our outstanding speakers programme and alumnae contacts will help you find out more about university and career options

Well-being

As part of the sixth form you are integrated into the school House system as well as being part of a dedicated sixth form centre. Tutors, Heads of House, the sixth form team, school nurse and counsellor are all there to support you. PSHE throughout the sixth form will help you explore key themes that are important to you