At Radnor House Sevenoaks, you will receive a first class Sixth Form education. The range of subjects available is broad, yet the small, seminar-style classes ensure you receive the support and guidance you need to succeed.
Your academic progress and attainment will be monitored and supported throughout your Sixth Form studies. Each Sixth Form student is allocated to a tutor with whom you will meet on a regular basis to discuss progress and any issues which might be impacting on performance and rectify any problems. Your Sixth Form team – the Head of Sixth Form, tutor and subject teachers - also meet regularly to check how you are getting on. You will be frequently assessed and reported on – a process designed to ensure that you are able to challenge yourself and fulfil your academic potential.
Our dedicated and specialist Sixth Form team is committed to enabling you to achieve academic success. We strive to ensure you become responsible and motivated students, each of whom possesses a genuine enjoyment of learning and ambition to achieve.
A LEVEL SUBJECT CHOICES
You will select a minimum of three courses to study for A level. In determining your choices, it is important to consider how these might facilitate your future university and career aspirations. A levels require a significant amount of independent study, so it is also important that you choose subjects that genuinely interest you.
A level courses we offer:
- Computer Science
- Drama and Theatre
- English Literature
- Further Maths
- Religion, Philosophy and Ethics
A successfully completed EPQ is viewed favourably by the country's leading universities and employers. Developing independent research and analytical skills alongside the ability to produce extended pieces of work is fantastic preparation for the rigours of Higher Education.
At Radnor House Sevenoaks, every student in Year 12 commences the EPQ through developing an initial idea, undertaking preliminary research and completing a work plan in the Autumn term. Although not mandated, students are encouraged to take their EPQ through to accreditation.