Sixth Form Collaboration
We are pleased to offer a wide range of courses and are confident that students can choose combinations of courses on which they are most able to succeed. However, we are constantly reviewing our curriculum so that it provides breadth and depth and gives our students a variety of experiences and the opportunities to improve their knowledge and skills in different areas. We collaborate with two outstanding schools in Hagley (Haybridge High School and Hagley Catholic High School) on our sixth form provision. We are very fortunate that all three schools are very close to the railway stations and the train journey from Kidderminster to Hagley only takes 7 minutes. The school pays for any transport costs incurred.
By collaborating with Haybridge High School and Hagley Catholic High School on their sixth form provision we are able to significantly increase the range of options available to our students. The list below shows the sixth form courses that would currently be available to our students and where they are taught. Please note that both Haybridge High School and Hagley Catholic High School offer many more courses in Years 12 and 13 and the list below shows the courses that we currently collaborate on. This information applies to the current sixth form provision and maybe subject to change between now and the start of your son/daughter’s sixth form options process.
|Art and Design||KCI and HHS|
|Biology||KCI and HHS|
|Chemistry||KCI and HHS|
|Computer Science||KCI and HHS|
|Design and Technology: Product Design||HHS|
|English Language and Literature||KCI|
|French||KCI and HHS|
|Geography||KCI and HHS|
|German||KCI and HHS|
|History||KCI and HHS|
|Mathematics||KCI and HHS|
|Mathematics (Further)||KCI and HHS|
|Physics||KCI and HHS|
|Sociology||HHS and HHS|
KCI - King Charles I School
HHS - Haybridge High School
HCHS - Hagley Catholic High School
Further course details for Haybridge High School can be found at by visiting:
Further course details for Hagley Catholic High School can be found at by visiting:
All A Level qualification will be reformed and so all courses will be a two-year qualification with external examinations being taken at the end of the two-year period.