Study Programme

Supporting you

When you come to college we will create a study programme specifically designed towards supporting you and your individual learning needs.

From helping you choose the right course to getting the right support through your mathematics and English classes, Clarendon Sixth Form College is here to help you through your college journey.

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your chosen course

Choosing courses can be overwhelming after studying so many different subjects at GCSE. We’ll give you the help and support you need to find out what you enjoy, what existing skills you have and what career ideas you have so you pick the right course for you.

self study

Self-study plays an important role in your college life as you are expected to manage your work load outside of the classroom in order to develop your own learning techniques and independence.

work experience and employability skills

Gaining work experience whilst on your course is essential to learning employability skills such as communication, teamwork, problem solving and decision making that will help you progress from college into the working world.


There’s more to college life than studying. Make the most of your time by learning new skills and making new friends through our wide range of enrichment activities such as sports, fitness and volunteering


As part of your study programme you will be assigned a progress tutor who will make sure you stay on track whilst studying and help you settle into college. Your progress will be reviewed to make sure you are achieving your full potential and to assist with choosing your next move.

work experience and employability skills

A basic knowledge of both mathematics and English are essential for success in any career and especially progression to university. All full-time students are required to take English and maths in their study programme if they haven’t achieved at least a grade 4 at GCSE or functional skills level 2.