Sixth Form

 

Ursuline College aim to ensure that all students who join us in the Sixth Form receive a high quality education. We offer a very full and varied curriculum, with excellent teaching, learning and extra-curricular opportunities to enable you to achieve your personal best whatever your abilities and ambitions.  Email Miss Paysen sixthform@ursuline.kent.sch.uk or telephone number 01843 830310.  Mrs Gooby is the 6th form administration assistant to Miss Paysen.

 

Noted for its friendly atmosphere and pleasant location in 16 acres of wooded grounds, the College currently has 160 students in the Sixth Form, who come from across East Kent and beyond. A ‘typical’ Ursuline Sixth Former might have been at the College since Year 7, or have recently joined us from another school or college to study A Levels, Btec courses, Sports Academy, extra GCSEs or the Sports Leader Qualification or a mixture of these.

 

Our wide ability Sixth Form, with its supportive pastoral structure and wide range of curricular and extra-curricular activities, offers opportunities for one, two or three year programmes of study and clear progression routes into Higher Education.

 

All Sixth Form students have one form tutor period each week and one lesson of General RE. Sport is optional, with a wide choice of team or individual activities.  Pupils may then choose a selection of subjects from the following list, which will be grouped into option blocks giving the flexibility of combining the study of subjects at AS Level with vocational subjects, Sports Academy  and/or GCSE re-sits.

 

 

Soccer Elite FA Scholarship Programme September 13.

Ursuline College are pleased to announce a brand new post 16 Football Scholarship programme commencing in September 13, in partnership with Soccer Elite FA, a leading professional Football Coaching Academy based in Kent.

This programme brings together two professional bodies to give talented football players the opportunity to continue their academic attainment alongside the opportunity to pursue a football career. The academic syllabus focuses on players choosing from a wide range of A-level qualifications/BTEC Sports from the options available below. Studying for these qualifications are combined with daily structured football coaching sessions, competitive league matches to be played in the Kent Schools FA Academies League and friendly matches played against professional clubs and representative sides. There is also the opportunity for players to study a programme which focuses on the development and achievement of coaching qualifications.

 

 

For further details and how to apply click on the link below.

 

Soccer Elite FA

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Ursuline College 6th Form Options 2013/14

 

 

 

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