About our Sixth Form

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Sixth Form should be a fruitful time in the personal and intellectual development of every student. Our aim is to provide our students with a purposeful and challenging experience which strengthens their capacities and interests, develops their character, and gives them the confidence to take the next step on their academic and life journey.

Liverpool College students leave the College with the academic habits, personal qualities and sense of purpose to pursue their ambitions.

Through the LCA+ curriculum, our sixth formers engage in rigorous academic study, whilst developing key character traits and skills of independence, resilience, leadership and responsibility.

As well as A Level studies, all students undertake an Extended Project Qualification, equivalent to an AS, as well as a programme of lectures and cultural opportunities. The average class size is 16 and students are taught by experienced subject leaders. Our programme of sixth form mentors as well as an extensive house system provide strong pastoral support and create a community with purpose and ambition for each student.

The Sixth Form is housed in a dedicated Sixth Form facility: Godwyn House, a refurbished Victorian villa on our campus. The Sixth Form is further strengthened by our boarding programme which brings a diverse and highly motivated group of young people to the Sixth Form.

The Sixth Form at Liverpool College is vibrant and successful. Our students thrive and strive in a caring collegiate atmosphere.