We have a very successful Sixth Form which is demonstrated by strong A level results.
• In Summer 2019, Sixth Form students secured a pass rate at A level of 96%.
• Results in a number of subjects have continued to improve and the strongest outcomes were in A Level English Literature, English Language, Geography, History, Fine Art, Photography, ICT, Law, Sociology, Criminology.
• 93% of students applied to university and the majority successfully secured the grades they needed for their first-choice preference.
• 99% of students secured the results they needed to move on to their preferred university, apprenticeship or employment.
Allerton Grange Sixth Form offers academic and pastoral support from a specialist team, a comprehensive tutorial programme, careers advice and guidance, and dedicated Sixth Form study areas.
Ofsted rated Allerton Grange Sixth Form ‘Good’ in February 2020, stating “Students enjoy the Sixth Form and have very positive attitudes. They appreciate the support they get and feel that they are well prepared for their intended studies at university or their future careers.” We are also consistently in the top 25% of Sixth Forms in the country.
We offer a broad curriculum of Sixth Form courses in subjects including: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English Literature, English Language, Mathematics, History, Classical Civilisation, Geography, Criminology, Psychology, Sociology, Religious Studies, French, German, Spanish, Business, Economics, Law, Computer Science, Physical Education, Performing Arts, Drama and Theatre Studies, Music, Product Design, Textiles, Health & Social Care and Hairdressing.
In the Sixth Form, students have greater independence and with that comes leadership opportunities through community work, mentoring younger students, qualifying as a reading mentor, being a sports leader, supporting marketing for school events and Sixth Form Leadership Group work such as peer support and arranging social events.
Applications for September are welcome from current Allerton Grange students and from those studying elsewhere.