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12:23 PM - 19 Mar 2019

Our Spring Showcase will be on Tuesday 2nd April 2019 in the main hall with performances from The Big Band, School Orchestra and Choir and special guest appearances! Tickets on sale at lunchtimes in the foyer, £7 Adult, £5 Consessions https://t.co/LyMlHyh89c

13:26 PM - 14 Mar 2019

There will be a cake sale in the foyer and a pizza sale (£1 per slice) in the covered yard at lunchtime tomorrow (Friday 15th) in aid of

11:51 AM - 11 Mar 2019

This Friday (15th) is Civvies Day in aid of . Students and staff are encouraged to wear something red in support. As always, we ask that everyone wishing to participate in wearing non-uniform bring a £1 donation. We thank you in advance for your generous support

08:54 AM - 8 Mar 2019

Our Year 10 Parents' Evening is on Wednesday 13th March from 3.20pm. We look forward to welcoming parents/carers

08:54 AM - 8 Mar 2019

Our Head of Sixth Form Open Door will be on Monday 11th March 4.30-6.30pm

19:37 PM - 6 Mar 2019

Thank you to for celebrating our Ash Wednesday Eucharist with us. Students were challenged to reflection on the how they can understand themselves more during the season of Lent

11:15 AM - 6 Mar 2019

We are looking for a talented psychology teacher to join our social sciences team. Please follow link for further details https://t.co/0Xl8bsC4M5

10:23 AM - 5 Mar 2019

Our Civvies Day will be on Friday 15th March in aid of . We thank you in advance for your generous support

12:17 PM - 4 Mar 2019

A reminder that our Headteacher's Open Door Session is this evening, Monday 4th March, from 4.30-6.30pm

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12:16 PM - 4 Mar 2019

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We will be hosting an event for International Woman's Day on Friday 8th March from 6-8pm in the Marion Centre. We hope the question and answer evening with leading figures in the South Wales community will empower young people https://t.co/w8kvVa52O3

Welcome

A very warm welcome to The Bishop of Llandaff Sixth Form.Dsc 04342 

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.

Shaun Gardiner
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