Sixth Form Overview

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Welcome to Huntington’s Sixth Form. Our school’s core purpose is “to inspire confident learners who will thrive in a changing world”. Everything we do in the Sixth Form seeks to fulfil that purpose.

Huntington School Sixth Form is in the Top 10% Nationally for Student Progress


Tours of the Sixth Form
Please contact Chris Hardwell ( if you are interested in learning more about the Sixth Form and would like the opportunity to visit some Sixth Form lessons. The tours usually last one hour.

A good Sixth Form should meet the following criteria: excellent learning and teaching, exciting extra-curricular activities and real support for every individual student. Results suggest, and our students tell us, that they are constantly challenged and encouraged to reach the highest possible standards in their work. We offer a huge range of extra-curricular activities including sport, theatre, music, community activities, support for younger students and charity work. We ask all our students to make a contribution to the school, local or international community and as a result they are looked on as leaders by younger students in school. Throughout their time in the Sixth Form, our students are given high quality, ongoing academic and personal support by a team of committed and dedicated staff. The result of all this is that our students have every chance possible to leave us and go on to enjoy great success in higher education and employment.

Please explore the Sixth Form pages to find out more about the courses we offer and the extra-curricular opportunities available. If you would like to discuss joining our Sixth Form, please contact me and I would be delighted to meet with you and show you around our school.

Pastoral Support

On entering the Sixth Form, each student is assigned a Form Tutor, who is responsible for the pastoral well-being of each student in their care. Students see their Form Tutor at least once a day and will have a formal interview with them at least every four weeks. In addition, the Sixth Form Attendance Manager, the Head of Year and Director of Sixth Form are available to discuss issues with parents and students.