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Sixth Form

Sixth Form

With small class sizes of typically five to fourteen students and close working relationships with teachers and tutors, Stonar’s Sixth Form provides a fantastic environment for fulfilling your academic potential. 


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Hardworking, positive, resilient learners, with an excellent attitude to learning."

 ISI, 2018

2020 A Level Results

A* - A


(28% UK Average)

First Choice University




You will study three subjects of your choice (from a choice of 20) and will be guided and advised by tutors and subject teachers throughout to ensure you achieve your best - and you will learn how to study and research for yourself, just as you will at university. 

For a decade, Stonar has been in the UK top ten schools for value added, and in 2020 reached the top 2%.

I have been supported as an individual every step of the way in my journey at Stonar. Small class sizes, one on one lessons and extra support, not just academically but also in my university research and application process, have helped me to achieve my full potential.


Personal Development

Alongside academic work, our Sixth Formers are given the opportunities for personal development they need to become happy and successful young adults. 

A vibrant range of co-curricular opportunities is available, from additional courses in Equestrian, Cookery (including the Leith’s Toolbox), the EPQ and Duke of Edinburgh Awards via our Explorer Scout group.  

Students also take part in drama, music, sport, as well as having access to leadership opportunities via the Prefect team. An active social programme combines events in school with trips out to the theatre, cinema and meals out.

Pupils of DofE Expedition
Five Sixth Form pupils celebrating the end of Year 13

I had plenty of opportunities to develop leadership and I’ve also seen the importance of working in a team.


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Academic Programme


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Careers & University Advice


Three Sixth Form pupils walking to lessons

Life as a Sixth Form Student