Studying at St Marylebone 6th Form

At St Marylebone CE 6th Form our curriculum support students to become successful, interesting, interested, independent young adults.

Our Academic offer

You will pursue 3 A-Levels providing academic focus. In addition, during Year 12 you will have timetabled supervise study, teacher led study skills and 6th Form Passport time.

You can see details of all the courses we offer here.

Our offer allows students to manage the step up for GCSE during the start of Year 12 and the time to fully pursue every element of their subjects during the remainder of 6th Form whilst giving time to prepare your future pathway application and develop the experience inside and outside the classroom that allow you to move into your next pathway.

Our qualification offer matches the requirements for admission to Oxford, Cambridge and other top universities in the UK. Over three-quarters of our students achieve their first choice future pathway; the others typically gain their second choice or take a pathway beyond their original expectations.

Class sizes are between eight and twenty-four, with the average class size being about sixteen. An experienced and highly talented group of learning support and EAL mentors are available for those who need extra help. All students also have study skills classes, five sessions of supervised study a week in Year 12, weekly sport and the opportunity to build analytical discussion skills through philosophical ‘Think Tank’ sessions.

Students applying for a Sixth Form place at St Marylebone can apply for Performing Arts scholarships in Music, Dance, Drama, Maths and ICT. These scholarships are specific enrichment programmes for students who excel in their particular field. This nurtures their talent, hones their skills and promotes their leadership in this area.


6th Form Option Block 2017-18

You will pursue 3 A-Levels providing academic focus. In addition, during Year 12 you will have timetabled supervise study, teacher led study skills and 6th Form Passport time. More information on each subject can be found here.

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Chemistry Classics Fine Art Fine Art/Textiles Chemistry
Economics English Literature Biology Biology Dance
English Literature History Drama Computer Science Economics
Further Maths Mathematics French English Literature Government & Politics
History Psychology Physics Geography Latin
Spanish   Psychology Music Media Studies
Music Technology     Physics Psychology
      Sociology RS