A Word from our Sixth Form Head...

Welcome to the Sixth form web page which you can use to find out about the many opportunities open to you as 16 – 19 year old student at Ysgol John Bright. With around 200 students in the sixth form we are large enough to offer a wide range of choice of courses (26 subjects based at Ysgol John Bright together with a range of subjects offered within the Conwy Consortium). However, we are small enough to make sure that every student receives individual attention and guidance from a team of very experienced sixth from tutors. As a route to higher education, further education, employment or training we will help you become a more independent learner taking increasing responsibility for your own success as your confidence and study skills develop. We try to ensure that all our students consistently achieve excellent results in all the courses on offer, and progress to their next career step through good guidance, good teaching and support.

Prospectus 2017-18

Sixth Form Prospectus

To discuss options, or for further information, or arrange an interview or visit please do not hesitate to contact me.

Telephone number: 01492 864200 ext 4384/4385
Email: c.colbert@johnbright.uk
We want to help you succeed and look forward to working with you at Ysgol John Bright.

Mr. C. Colbert | Director Post 16 Studies

Next Steps...

Click the link below to download the relevant "6th Form UCAS Booklet" to help with your UCAS application.
6th Form UCAS Booklet - Art & Design
6th Form UCAS Booklet - Science & Mathematics

Click below to download "Informed Choices", a Russell Group guide to making decisions about post-16 education.
Informed Choices

Getting your application right is the key to getting offers of places. We will take you through the process step-by-step to make sure you have the best chance. Click the link below above to view our UCAS Presentation:
Ysgol John Bright - UCAS Presentation

All University applications are handled by UCAS whose web site offers good advice to potential students and their parents.
Visit UCAS online, and don't forget to click the link below to view a PDF of helpful web sources and useful links:
Where next? Web sources and useful links

University Locations

Click here to see a map of universities around the UK.

Course Fees

Most students take out a loan to help them get through university or college. Remember that students now have to pay course fees as well as accommodation fees and living expenses. You can get information about student loans from the Student Loan Company.

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