Key Stage 5 overview
The Key Stage 5 Curriculum at Wolfreton School and Sixth Form College offers students the opportunity to follow their own strengths and interests, building on what they have achieved at Key Stage 4.
Students are able to choose a programme of study from a very wide range of courses including A Levels, Applied A levels and BTECs, which are available both at Wolfreton and in The Consortium.
Our Consortium of schools (Cottingham High School, Hessle High School and Wolfreton School and Sixth Form College) opens up a vast variety of resources for students to develop as individual learners. This increases the number of subjects on offer, and enables students to study a very diverse range of subjects.
The main focus of the curriculum is Level 3 courses; however, some students will need to continue with GCSE English and/or Maths post 16.
The Extended Project Qualification is undertaken by many sixth form students. This course is designed to help the students develop the necessary skills in research, analysis, problem solving and other independent study skills required by higher education establishments.
At Key Stage 5 Wolfreton aims to maintain the highest standards to encourage every student to achieve their potential. There is also a full range of enrichment opportunities available to students across all three schools, this includes the provision of self-canvassed work experience and bespoke support for future university and training applications.