St. Aidan’s & St. John Fisher Associated Sixth Form
The Associated Sixth Form was created in 1973 as a unique venture in ecumenical education. Its aim is to provide a Christian environment in which all students who wish to remain at school beyond the age of 16 are given the opportunity to fulfil their academic potential. This is achieved by pooling the resources, staff expertise and experience of two outstanding schools for the benefit of all Sixth Form students.
Courses are offered at GCE Advanced, Level 3 Applied and BTEC Diploma and GCSE Levels. Last year 323 students advanced to Higher Education. With so many students between St Aidan’s and St John Fisher, the Associated Sixth Form can offer a rich diversity of choice. The Association can also offer opportunities for students to work on extended projects and to be involved in a wide range of enrichment activities.
Students enter from not only St Aidan’s and St John Fisher, but also from more than 40 other schools in any one year. We believe that such a wide and varied intake helps to enrich the life of all students. It certainly provides all entrants with a challenge and impetus of a fresh start. The evidence suggests that this experience is of great benefit when students make the transition from school to university.
Information is available on both the St. Aidan’s and St. John Fisher main school websites.
Please click here for the Associated Sixth Form Prospectus.
Mr C Kidman – Head Of Sixth Form – St Aidan’s
Mrs A Joy – Head Of Sixth Form – St John Fisher
Mrs H Hendry – Associated Sixth Form Administrator
Any of the above staff may be contacted through the St Aidan’s Sixth Form office on
- Tel: 01423 818516
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For absences please email: email@example.com