Axe Valley Academy

Sixth Form

Welcome to Our Sixth Form!

At The Axe Valley Sixth Form Centre your success and happiness are our number one priorities and as such, we will challenge and support you at every stage of your journey through our Sixth Form. Whether you wish to secure an Apprenticeship, Employment or a University place, all are equally valued and we will work with you to ensure that you achieve your goals.

We are extremely ambitious at The Axe Valley Sixth Form Centre and we are all striving for excellence. We are absolutely committed to helping you to stand out against thousands of other young people. We do this by ensuring that you achieve the best possible grades, by allowing you opportunities to give something back to your school and wider community through our volunteering and enrichment programmes and by providing you with life skills and experiences through work experience.

There are difficult stages in any Sixth Form journey, but when you receive your results and look back, it will all have been worth it. In order to overcome these difficulties and achieve your best, we ask for 3 things:

Commit to your studies Take advantage of the opportunities offered Aim high

We believe in you.

Mr D MacCormick
Vice Principal – Director of Sixth Form

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Latest news from this area

An invitation to the 6th Form Information Evening 20 March 2017

Posted: 7 March 2017

All Year 11 Parents are invited to the 6th Form Information Evening on Monday 20th March 2017

For more information please see here

6th Form Information Event - Thursday 3rd November at 6pm

Posted: 20 October 2016

We look forward to welcoming you to our Sixth Form Information Evening on Thursday 3rd November at 6pm.  The event starts in the Main Hall.

The Sixth Form Information Booklet can be viewed here: AV 2016 Nov Sixth Info Evening Booklet

Macmillan cake sale

Posted: 5 October 2016

dsc_1398On Wednesday 28th September we as a 6th form held a “Sponge the teacher” event. We ran the event for The Cystic Fibrosis Trust, a charity that is close to me and my friend’s heart as my younger brother has the genetic condition. We had a cracking lunch time with the younger years getting involved! I would like to thank the teachers that all took part: Mr Weaver, Mr Perks, Mr Horn, Mr Leach, Mr Brookman, Mr Bowskill, Mr Green, Mrs Jenkins and also to my friends Issy and Charlie who didn’t mind getting a sponging! We made a total of: £130 for the trust.


dsc_1406On Thursday 29th we then held a Macmillan Bake sale in aid of their Big Coffee morning that they hold every year on the 30th. As we have an inset day on the 30th we decided to organise it for Thursday. To get around to the whole school I gathered some Mushroom baskets from work (Many Thanks to Le Pisani for that!) and some baler twine from Lucy (Thankyou!) to sell the cakes far and wide. We raised a total of: £200 for Macmillan. Thankyou to all that helped and bought a cake along the way!  
Lydia Hartnell and 6th Form.

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