09:36 AM - 11 Apr 2021

We are looking forward to welcoming all students back tomorrow (Week A)

15:45 PM - 25 Mar 2021

We are looking for a textiles specialist to join us in September 2021 (to cover maternity leave). Click on the link for more details https://t.co/OzBnL5iJT3

10:54 AM - 25 Mar 2021

Our Spring Edition of The Mitre is now available to view. Thank you to everyone who contributed https://t.co/It0VQK7tQ2

16:51 PM - 22 Mar 2021

We will be marking the National Day of Reflection tomorrow, with a minute's silence at 12.00pm. Students working remotely can join the commemoration by following this link to a short video, https://t.co/Wnx0wuFoIh

17:22 PM - 19 Mar 2021

It has been so good to have students in school this week. We look forward to welcoming Years 10, 11, 12, 13 and Marion Centre students on Monday, as well as Year 9 on Wednesday, Year 8 on Thursday and Year 7 on Friday. Remote learning will continue for year groups not on site

16:11 PM - 18 Mar 2021

Looking forward to Year 7, Dosbarth Lloyd George and Dosbarth Llewellyn students joining us tomorrow. Remote learning continues for all students not on site

17:47 PM - 17 Mar 2021

Looking forward to welcoming Year 8 and Dosbarth Glyndwr students tomorrow. Students in Year 7, 9, 10, 12 and other Marion Centre classes will continue with remote learning

11:58 AM - 17 Mar 2021

Retweetd From School Chaplain

We are pleased to share with you the link for our Lenten Reflection Service this evening at 7pm https://t.co/SUTLLRQj8X We hope you can join us for a time of quiet reflection, through music, readings and prayer

17:04 PM - 16 Mar 2021

It has been great to see all the students this week. Tomorrow they will be joined by Year 9 and Dosbarth Tudor

20:00 PM - 14 Mar 2021

We look forward to welcoming Year 11, Year 13 and Dosbarth Thomas (MC) tomorrow. All other year groups will continue with remote learning. For students who access the school site via Llantrisant Road, the original entrance has been reopened

Why Choose 'The Bishop' Sixth Form?

The sixth form at The Bishop of Llandaff is highly successful, offering a varied, flexible and highly personalised curriculum of academic courses as well a wide range of enrichment activities that meet the needs, abilities and aspirations of all students.

If you have been at The Bishop of Llandaff for your secondary education to date, you will have already built up strong relationships with other students, teachers and support staff.  As a community of professionals who know you well, we believe that by choosing to continue your post-16 study with us, you will be building on what is already a successful partnership.

If you are a new student looking to join The Bishop of Llandaff we will help you to settle into our very diverse and vibrant community, make new friends quickly and achieve your full potential. We are a Christian community but one which positively welcomes applications from students from all faiths or none, believing that the ethos we cultivate here is one where all post-16 students can thrive. Large numbers of students do in fact join us from various schools in the surrounding area and soon find themselves at the heart of our hospitable and all-embracing community.  

Choosing what to do in the sixth form is a real challenge, one where you entirely opt for routes of learning for the first time. Therefore, we see it as our role to provide support to make this transition easier. Before entering the sixth form, we will offer you access to highly professional support in making decisions around suitable course choices. We invest heavily in this process, believing that the choice of which subjects to study is every bit as important as where to study them. Each year we hold a taster day where all potential students (both internal and external) can sample A Level subjects before making their final choices. We consult widely during this process and design option columns that enable students to access the subjects of their choosing. We often find that students are able to combine subjects not possible with other post-16 providers and thus provide a programme of study that best fits their needs and aspirations.

Once in the sixth form you will be taught by outstanding teaching staff and receive the guidance of highly committed pastoral and support professionals. You will be assigned a personal tutor who will offer you advice and guidance, provide personalised support when things get tough and assistance with writing your CV, letters of application and Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) applications. 

We are a happy and successful sixth form community and one where the academic ability of every student is identified, nurtured and developed. Our aspiration is to provide you with a first-class, tailored provision appropriate to your specific needs and it is for this reason that we believe you should choose to study with us.


"Teachers never doubted that I could achieve. With their help and encouragement, I managed to achieve far better than I had hoped" Student