'Students achieve well. They make good
progress from their starting points.'Ofsted
'91% of parents surveyed said their son
is making good progress.'Parent Survey
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Life at Sixth Form is not all hard work. As early as the Induction programme, students are given access to a wide variety of opportunities to enhance their study programme with trips, IAG guest speakers and extra curricular opportunities. These range in size from trips to local university libraries through to our Immersion Project which visits India every February.

It is critical to us as a school that we help create well rounded citizens of the world. The opportunities that we offer are designed to enhance the educational experience that young men who study with us receive and thus give them the best chance possible to discover new pathways in their life that they may not have thought of before.



As a Catholic School we believe it is important for our students to help improve the lives of those less fortunate and broaden their minds. Every year we run an Immersion Project that visits India. here we work on a project called Mine is Nine and work closely with children who live either in slum accommodation or on the streets. During a student’s time at St. Aidan’s this once in a lifetime opportunity will be something he will not want to miss.