Sixth Form Curriculum Intent
Chichester High Schools Sixth Form curriculum is designed to be both aspirational and inclusive. We build on the strong relationships we already have with our students to build a curriculum that is personalised and ensures that all students gain strong knowledge, skills and understanding in a breadth of subjects that build upon their prior education and process in school.
Students develop independent learning skills that encourage them to take responsibility for their own learning. We provide both an academic pathway and a vocational pathway through our Sports Programme, both of which are further enhanced by offering additional courses such as the Extended Project Qualification and LAMDA examinations.
Pre-course guidance is key to ensuring that all our students start on the course that is right for them. The curriculum is regularly reviewed to ensure that the courses that are being offered are of an outstanding quality allowing all students to meet and exceed their aspirations.
In addition to offering an outstanding academic provision, Chichester High School Sixth Form aims to develop students’ values and interests beyond the classroom through a rich extra-curricular programme that prepares them for the world beyond school. This is further supported through a specialised tutorial Program that follows the PSHE Association guidance. Our specialist tutors focus not only on student wellbeing but on giving bespoke guidance regarding next steps in education, employment or training.
The extensive Super-Curricular opportunities that students are given enhance the applications of individuals as they take their next educational pathways. An increasing number of students progress to university to study a breadth of courses at a range of universities including Oxbridge and other Russell Group universities.