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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Year 13 students are now proceeding to university, apprenticeships and gap years.
Guest speaker at the ceremony was member of alumni Rama Salem from the class of 2005 and certificates were presented by Mr Watson, Mr Wilson and head of Year 13 Andrew Beck.
Macmillan Academy Year 13 students Banna Faidulla and Ella-Jae Byrom
Alexandra Budding (Year 7), Austin Meynell (Year 7) and Ryan King (Year 13) all received highly commended awards for their photographs.
Its Destinations of School Leavers 2017 report, which surveyed 56,404 year 11, 12 and 13 school pupils across Wales, showed that in Neath Port Talbot 60.12% year 13 school leavers progresses to university while 8.58% school leavers went into work-based training or other employment.
William, Year 13, who thoroughly enjoyed his visit to the Imperial War Museum, remarked: "The images and artefacts from wars in the last century make you realise how lucky we are to live in a world without largescale war and destruction."
They often put in their own time to work with you one-to-one," says Year 13 student Carl.
* adding MenACWY vaccine to the existing time-limited 'freshers' programme (ie for older first time university entrants who have not already received MenACWY through school year 13).
The year 13 Astley Community High School team played at the Northumberland Schools League Division Two at the Newcastle United ground in Benton.
Year 13 student Anastasia Roberts, said: "My experience with Redx Pharma has confirmed my enthusiasm for working in the pharmaceutical industry as a medical chemist.
Form prizes and GCSE and A level subject prizes were awarded for merit and achievement to last year's students from Year 7 through to Year 13.
Overall, continuing in full-time education remained the most popular destination for all three cohorts of young people (Year 11, Year 12 and Year 13) in 2013, with females slightly more likely to choose the studying route than males.