@Bishop_Llandaff

16:21 PM - 19 Nov 2018

Tomorrow, Tuesday 20th November, is Pray for schools day. There will be prayer cards made available for students and staff wishing to write a prayer for someone/something important to them

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14:51 PM - 16 Nov 2018

Thank you to all staff and students who contributed to all our activities today in aid of . Congratulations to the winners of today's prizes https://t.co/CpVQn5QXwC

12:43 PM - 15 Nov 2018

Civvies day is on Friday 16th November to raise money for Activities on the day include ‘name the ted’ and guess the number of sweets in a jar. 50p per go. We ask that students bring change (rather than notes) to make involvement in games simple and enjoyable

14:26 PM - 13 Nov 2018

We are looking for a talented teacher of Design Technology (textiles specialist) to join the team on a temporary basis to cover a maternity leave. Click for details https://t.co/4Jy85AbCWA

13:06 PM - 13 Nov 2018

Thank you to everyone for their support at the doughnut sale last week https://t.co/x0Tc2r1u0f

21:54 PM - 12 Nov 2018

We are looking for an exceptional teacher of ICT to join our team as our new head of department. Click for details https://t.co/FRQXZKbiCb

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1062003856744288256

15:27 PM - 12 Nov 2018

After winning resources from and , our reading club has enjoyed completing activities and taking part in a special animal scavenger hunt to celebrate World Poetry Day and the 1st anniversary of https://t.co/Ucn9zYPbbG

11:33 AM - 12 Nov 2018

Friday 16th November will be 'Civvies Day' in aid of BBC Children in Need . We thank you in advance for your generous support

16:13 PM - 9 Nov 2018

Reminder there will be a GCSE Maths revision session tomorrow, Saturday 10th November, from 9am-1pm https://t.co/AokJg3Pnix

13:11 PM - 8 Nov 2018

We are looking for a physical education specialist to lead the department from January 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. For details follow the link https://t.co/Lj6D9nLmY8

Welcome

A very warm welcome to The Bishop of Llandaff Sixth Form.Grwwithwebbackground

As you make the very important decision of where and what to study we trust our prospectus gives you a feel for what life is like here as a sixth form student. We are confident that whether you stay with us from Year 11 or join us in Year 12 from another school, you will settle quickly and feel part of our very unique community.

Our sixth form is a vibrant and dynamic community where students receive high quality teaching in a culture of high expectations and excellent pastoral care. All students are challenged and supported to achieve their full potential, as shown by our excellent results. In 2018, 35% of all outcomes at A2 were graded A*-A, while 68% were at A*-B and a staggering 86% A*-C. Of all entries only two outcomes were at U grade which gave us an overall pass rate of 99.7% A*-E. I hope this gives you confidence in knowing that, if you are successful apply for a place, you would be choosing one of the top performing sixth forms in the country.

As a faith school and we believe this strengthens our relationships with students and staff. However, we are open to students of all faiths and those from none who wish to be educated at our school. Our aim is to develop students with the skills and personal qualities required for the world of work and the highly competitive global marketplace. We are committed to supporting the success of every student. Our students leave us as well-rounded, confident and caring individuals through the range of leadership and extra-curricular opportunities we offer.

Our sixth form is at the heart of the school. Whether it be leading a house assembly or offering reading support to younger students, our students seize opportunities for personal development and contributing to the well-being of others. 

We are proud of our sixth form at The Bishop of Llandaff and strive to make your two years with us successful and enjoyable.

Gareth Rayner-Williams
Head of Sixth Form

 

"The proportion of students gaining 3 A*-C grades and performance in the average wider points score have been consistently above levels in similar schools" Estyn