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Sixth Form

The Sixth Form at The Douay Martyrs School is an inclusive comprehensive Catholic Sixth Form. We welcome applications not only from students from The Douay Martyrs but also from other schools. The Sixth Form offers a full range of Advanced level subjects. There are approximately 200 students in the Sixth Form with the vast majority of students following 2 year courses leading to places at University.

Sixth Form is a place where all our students can enjoy successs in a friendly and supportive environment. Teachers and students work in a partnership; we have high expectations and believe that by working together we can ensure the best possible results for each individual.

The experienced Sixth Form tutor team provide students with educational, personal and careers support throughout their time here. Students are placed in tutor groups, providing a regular point of contact to provide support and advice to each student and to monitor their progress against their target grades. In addition, our pastoral system has the flexibility to allow time for individual interviews so that any problems can be dealt with more confidentially on a one-to-one basis. There is also a programme of activities where students are shown how to organise themselves, develop revision skills and examination techniques.

We offer:

•             Quality teaching and results. If you are committed to doing well, you can expect to do so.

•             A wide range of courses, vocational as well as academic.

•             A friendly, happy and supportive environment.

•             A rich programme of activities.

•             A full programme of higher education and careers advice and support.


Applications to The Douay Martyrs Catholics Secondary School Sixth Form

Please note that our application cycle for 2019 opens on Thursday October 11th with access to application forms available via this website. 

Offer letters will be sent to successful applicants before March 2020.

All offer holders will be invited to an Induction Day in August 2020- the day after GCSE results are released..

Please contact Miss E Healey directly if you require more detailed information.