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St Paul’s Way Trust Sixth Form


Service Description

At St Paul’s Way Trust we expect each of our graduates to be fully prepared for the opportunities and
the demands of university life and the adult world. Throughout the sixth form we place strong emphasis
on six key areas: Communication, Investigation, Participation, Networking, Scholarship and Vision. It
is because students learn to excel in these areas that they gain the confidence to become successful
global citizens.

Our curriculum is the result of very close work with two of our trustees: Queen Mary University of
London and King’s College London. It is precisely because of our unique relationship with these higher
education institutions, alongside Warwick University and the University of East London, that we are able
to provide this exciting, relevant and robust learning experience.

We expect all of our sixth form students to be excited by the prospect of developing strong and effective
links with our prestigious trustee organisations. We welcome applications to join our sixth form community
from students wishing to work in strong partnership with us.

Additional Information

Additional Information

We have excellent facilities in our state-of-the-art £40m building.

Our course offer is designed to include all of the Russell Group ‘facilitating subjects’. Choosing these will allow you to apply to the full range of subjects at degree level. We also offer courses that draw upon our arts specialism.

We are the only Faraday Science School in London and we can offer particular support for science students. Our state-of-the-art Science Research Centre allows A level students the opportunity to work directly with undergraduates and professors from Queen Mary University in areas of biological research on the Authentic Biology Project.

Our experienced sixth form team are able to guide and nurture every student individually and through our university trust partners we are able to provide bespoke academic support to meet specific needs.

Suitable for ages

Age of Users
From 16 To 19



Questions & Answers

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Can Families Self-Refer To The Service?
Do You Cater For Over 8s?
Do You Have Child Protection Policies And Procedures
Do You Offer Specific Support For Children With Additional Needs?

OFSTED Information

OFSTED Last Inspection and Summary
28 March 2013

Further Information

Provider Type
Sixth Form Colleges Sixth Form Colleges
Ofsted Rating
Delivery Channels
Office / Premises
Referral Criteria
None (Self-referral)