Preparing you for the Future

Welcome to
WGSP Sixth Form


WGSP Sixth Form aspires to deliver an exemplary learning experience to our students through a nurtured atmosphere of both cooperation and mutual respect. Ultimately, our main aim is to ensure that all PGW students leave us with the qualifications, knowledge, and personal attributes needed to succeed in their desired, future path – whatever that may be: higher education, an apprenticeship, or the world of work. 


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After a 13-month journey of school and Trust support, we are delighted to welcome all of our new schools to Beyond Schools Trust this term. See MoreSee Less
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Walderslade & Greenacre Sixth Form
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If you are yet to receive your refund, for the cancellation of the Thorpe Park Reward trip (originally scheduled for tomorrow), please contact Mr Roberts. See MoreSee Less
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🥓🥚As Free Food Friday falls on Good Friday, we will be giving out free breakfast this Wednesday, instead🥓🥚 See MoreSee Less
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Internal PGW applicants, please do ensure that you have checked your school email for your PGW Interview invite. External PGW applicants, please check the email address you provided on your application. See MoreSee Less
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We are proud of our Sixth Form

WGSP Sixth Form is the perfect progression route for students to complete: academic, applied general, and technical level vocational courses. We offer courses at Level 3 (A Level/BTEC equivalent) and Level 2 (GCSE equivalent) in order to suit all skills and abilities. Through our ‘Skills for Life’ strategy, we aim to be the first choice for employers when they look to recruit, as well as ensuring that those who wish to follow an academic path in further education are given comprehensive advice and support. 


 

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‘Students understand the wide range of employment and further educational opportunities available to them,’ (Ofsted, May2018).