Our Sixth Form promotes independence, team work and collaboration. Our purpose built facilities help cater to these needs.
“Abbeyfield is like a big family”. Come and take a look at the extra curricular and enriching experiences our students can take part it.
At the heart of Abbeyfield we focus on each and every students character; developing key traits that will support them through life.
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Everyone needs mathematics. It is inherently creative, helping to solve some of history’s most intriguing problems, and is critical to science, technology, engineering and finance. Abbeyfield students are taught a tailored curriculum to allow them make the best possible progress and develop a sense of enjoyment, curiosity and appreciation for the elegance of mathematics.Learn More
Business Studies is an exciting subject which encourages students to look at the real world around them, considering the role and operation of businesses, as well as the impact of them on their society. Our team of highly experienced business teachers inspire pupils to think about their place and role in the business world, post education, and encourages them to engage with parents, friends and relatives about their roles in businesses.Learn More
At Abbeyfield we believe in the role of computing, and the creative problem solving that it embodies, in equipping students to understand and change the world around them. Digital literacy is essential today, and in a hands-on curriculum that includes computer science, programming and creative information technology, students have the opportunity to develop their skills and confidence in this vital area.Learn More
Textile products play an important role in meeting man’s basic needs. Pupils quickly learn that the technological advances of textiles in various industries are just as important as the textiles found in the clothing industry. For example, who would have thought that textiles are used in coffee filters, tea bags, building materials, roads before they are paved, tyres (75% of the strength from textiles), bullet proof vests, sports equipment and even candle wicks!Learn More