Sixth Form

After IGCSE, students move into the Sixth Form and prepare themselves for life at university. Taught in small classes, they complete a two-year A-Level programme regarded as the gold standard in the British education system and recognised worldwide. ​

The Sixth Form years are both challenging and exciting. Students have an opportunity to choose subjects they enjoy, studying these subjects to a depth which, in many cases, overlaps with university undergraduate content. Many students also complete an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) which allows them to develop research skills and explore a topic of interest. Students also have an opportunity to contribute to the direction of the school by taking on key student leadership positions and enjoy growing independence.​

Tina Quan

Teaching Assistant

Tina graduated from Worcester University. She has over 5 years teaching experience. In Tina’s opinion, teachers should be students’ friends as well as their masters. A teacher is a person knowledgeable also a good sample for students.​