sixth form

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sixth form

(in England and Wales) the most senior class in a secondary school to which pupils, usually above the legal leaving age, may proceed to take A levels, retake GCSEs, etc.
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This paper sought to establish whether or not there was predictive value in the ENTERs gained by students at Year 12, and whether students from non-selective Government schools out-performed students from other types of secondary school students when they were at university.
The pupils also contributed to the set and costume design for the show, with year 12 students Laurence Trowsdale Stannard and Joseph Edwards going the extra mile in their roles as assistant musical director and set designer respectively.
The second project was not planned by the school, but a desire by two Year 12 girls to enrich their time with a teambuilding CAD-based project.
It was then 'eyes down' for a few games of bingo whilst Year 12 and 13 BTEC Level 3 hospitality students created a feast of seasonal fayre for all to enjoy, before the excitement of the raffle drew proceedings to a close.
Students who are entering Year 10 or Year 12 next September can visit the school website and apply online to study at Discovery School.
June 13: Macmillan Academy Year 12 UCAS parents evening.
With one week to go, Year 12 chemistry made their final practical an event to be remembered.
Year 12 and 13 students also gave first aid demonstrations and visitors received fake wounds from simulation make-up artists.
This paper examines how disadvantage affects educational outcomes, in this instance, Year 12 completion.
The authors were inspired to write this for year 12 students, using their experience with their own children in coping with this important final year of school.