Our 6th Form has facilities that are the envy of all sixth form students and we offer a great range of courses.
We feel that Torquay Academy Sixth Form is a unique place and has something special to offer its students; we firmly believe that Futures are made HERE. We are a fully inclusive Sixth Form and offer a range of level 2 and 3, Academic and Vocational Qualifications. Our aim is to equip you with all the qualifications, skills and experiences necessary for you to successfully make that next step. Whilst we believe that every student should leave the Academy with academic qualifications good enough to be accepted by Universities we acknowledge that not every student wants to make University their next step, therefore we are equally as proud of our students who we found apprenticeships for as we are the students who are accepted into their first choice University.
Not only do we value the academic progress of students, we endeavour to make Post 16 an enriching experience. The Academy offers supportive tutors, a varied enrichment programme, and Sporting Academies. The Sixth Form Prefect team organises activities, entertainment, and social events throughout the year strengthening our community. The Sixth Form students take an active role within the life of the Academy with their involvement in the Performing Arts, Sport Clubs, Duke of Edinburgh, The Rise and Read Programme and various clubs. Our Football Academy is in its inaugural year, and has proven to be very successful, winning both the Devon Cup and the South West Colleges Category 3 League.
To find out more about the courses on offer to you either click on our prospectus below or contact us directly: e-mail email@example.com or telephone 01803 317129.
To take a closer look at what Torquay Academy’s Sixth Form has to offer, please download the documents below:
FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
For further information please contact:
Chris Hogg – Director of Football
Mobile : 07944769665
For further information please contact
Gareth Harries – Sports Academy Director