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Hilbre High School Humanities College

Hilbre High School
Humanities College

Sixth Form

Welcome to Sixth Form

We are proud of our Sixth Form at Hilbre.

Here you will find  information about our curriculum, expectations and the success that we have experienced. We are an all-inclusive sixth form and have been able to support the progress of a range of students. We have bespoke pathways for our most able students who have gone on to read Medicine, Earth Sciences and Law at Russell Group Universities. We have careers advice that has allowed our hard work and diligent students to take advantage of opportunities that have now enabled them to progress to coveted apprenticeships in the NHS and Land Rover Jaguar. We also have a support package for students with additional needs who have been successful and progressed to higher education.

We believe our Sixth Form is a happy purposeful place where all our students can experience success and look forward to meeting you,

Jane Whisker
Deputy Headteacher

The Sixth Form leaders have high expectations of learners, which leads to excellent attitudes. The broad, engaging Sixth Form curriculum and the support they receive means learners do well and their attendance is high. Careers education and guidance are excellent and learners are very well prepared for their next steps. All move on to further or higher education, employment or training…..

(OFSTED 2016)

Sixth Form Team

Our Sixth Form is well supported by a range of staff; our team consists of:

Mrs J Whisker Deputy Headteacher in charge of curriculum and outcomes in the Sixth Form
Mrs H Devonport Director of KS5 Student Services
Ms H Tutill Progress Leader for Year 12.
Mr J Christie Progress Leader for Year 13.
Mrs C Randles Sixth Form HLTA for students with SEND.
Mrs S McNamara Sixth Form Pastoral & Wellbeing support.
Mrs C Lewis Sixth Form administrator.
Mr S Davies  UCAS support.
Mr F Trought Careers Development & Guidance Coordinator.

We are also fortunate to be supported by Edge Hill University, University of Liverpool, University of Chester, Newcastle University, the Social Mobility Fund, National Citizenship and many others.