The Woodroffe School

Sixth Form

Together We Succeed

Sixth Form

Welcome to The Woodroffe School Sixth Form, a vibrant and hard-working community that is dedicated to supporting and nurturing well-rounded young adults. Our Sixth Form is a very special place, one filled with opportunity, ambition, achievement and teamwork.

Working together, staff and students lay the foundations for a successful future, be it towards Higher Education, apprenticeships or employment.

Sixth Form Prospectus

Whatever your interests, there is something for you at The Woodroffe Sixth Form.

We offer a diverse and stimulating sixth form experience with endless opportunities to succeed academically, and allow students to form lifelong friendships, develop in confidence and flourish independently.

Sixth Form Application

Friday 9th February2024
Friday 16th February2024
Monday 11th March2024
Friday 24th May2024

Sixth Form Life

At the Woodroffe we have a dedicated 6th Form team who support students during their time here, led by the Head of 6th Form and the 6th Form assistants. Pastoral care and academic mentoring is provided by 6th Form tutors who meet their 6th Form tutor group every morning during registration and offer guidance. As well as the tutors, we have a dedicated 6th Form Librarian who provides extensive support during the UCAS process and with study skills, as well as a member of staff who is our designated Oxbridge mentor and helps prepare students with their UCAS applications and interviews.

As well as the student’s individual learning plan based on their chosen subjects, 6th Formers have a weekly Core session led by the Head of 6th and we welcome a broad range of speakers to the school to talk with the students. Guest speakers over the past year alone have ranged from members of the armed forces and emergency services, Lawyers, Doctors, Judges, representatives from universities and apprenticeships to George Parker, Political Editor of the Financial Times. The 6th Formers also have a weekly hour of PE where they can choose to pursue a particular sport either inside or outside of the school. In Year 13 there is also an additional weekly hour lesson timetabled with the Form Tutor to have support with UCAS, followed by a range of other workshops including: survival cooking, personal finance, living and travelling abroad and health and wellbeing.

What's the Sixth Form like at The Woodroffe School?



The school is equipped with state of the art facilities including a fitness suite, a recording studio, refurbished laboratories, a Sixth Form Library, a business suite and extensive art studios including a digital arts suite.

The Woodroffe School encourages passion and motivation in each subject area. In addition, students benefit from the Sixth Form Common Room, their own café and dedicated study areas.

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