The sixth form of the King Alfred School Academy in Highbridge will hold an open matinee
Sixth form King Alfred School Academy in Highbridge is set to hold an open morning this Saturday (October 8) where prospective students can find out more.
Terminale students wishing to integrate the post-16 offer can come accompanied by their parents or guardians between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
King Alfred School Academy Sixth Form boasts excellent results, excellent teaching and a school-style community atmosphere with expanded facilities.
The sixth form attracts students from across the region, many from Weston-super-Mare, Worle, Bridgwater and even overseas, as well as Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge.
Principal Dan Milford says, “We would love to welcome any Year 11 students looking to join a high performing sixth form, with a great buzz and based in a great environment.
Jack, who will study politics at university in 2023 in Nottingham or Southampton, says he enjoys the facilities: “It’s a fantastic sixth grade and it allows my studies to flourish alongside my passion for politics. ‘environment.”
Olivia, who was a founding member of the school’s Jill Dando News facilities five years ago, plans to go to Oxford University to study medicine. “I never thought sixth could be this good. There’s a huge buzz around the place and we get so much encouragement and support to achieve our dreams.
TKASA and its sixth form have enjoyed exceptional success in recent years since becoming part of the Priory Learning Trust. Their new, expanded facilities will include a coffee lounge, more study areas and meeting rooms.
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