Sixth Form Open Evening in the Sixth Form Centre at our Newport Pagnell Campus - will take place on Thursday 3rd March 2022 - details will follow shortly.
Ousedale Sixth Form has a long tradition of success, consistently achieving excellent results at GCE Advanced Level in all subjects and vocational routes. Our pupils achieve the highest point score at A Level in Milton Keynes. We consistently achieve over 50% A* to B grades and over a third of pupils go to Russell Group Universities, including Oxford and Cambridge. In addition, many of our pupils pursue pathways including apprenticeships at university or with employers such as; Mercedes, Grant Thornton, PWC, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and HMRC. Whatever route pupils take, we will be there every step of the way not only from our exceptional teachers, but from our dedicated Careers Team and Widening Opportunities Team.
Virtual Open Event 20/01/22
In case you missed our Virtual Open Event, you can view a recording of the evening below:
To view our new Prospectus click on the link below:
Sixth Form Prospectus 2022/24
Sixth Form Introduction Video
We have created a video to showcase our Sixth Form at Ousedale, to give potential pupils an insight into the campus and opportunities available.
Please do take the time to watch this:
To complete an application form, click on the link below:
Sixth Form Application Form
Completed application forms need to be submitted by Friday 11th March 2022.
We look forward to receiving your applications and seeing you very soon.
“Pupils have a broad and rich curriculum in the Sixth Form.” Ofsted January 2020
“Sixth Form pupils feel that staff support them well. Pupils appreciate the varied sessions on personal development. They also receive high quality advice about possible career opportunities. This means that they are well prepared to leave Sixth Form and pursue their goals." Ofsted January 2020
“Pupils are proud to be members of Ousedale School." Ofsted January 2020
“Teachers develop pupils’ learning over time successfully so that lessons encourage pupils to be attentive, inquisitive and hard working. Pupils complete work that is demanding. In the Sixth Form, pupils quickly grasp complex concepts by applying their prior knowledge. For example, in history, pupils analysed sources about Germany at the end of the First World War and answered challenging questions on the topic." Ofsted January 2020
Updated January 2022