Welcome to the
Nelson Thomlinson Sixth Form

The Nelson Thomlinson School Sixth Form Team

The Sixth Form Team
Mrs. Caroline Pearson – Pastoral Assistant
Mr. Andrew Walker – Head of Sixth Form
Dr. Emma Lovegrove – Assistant Head of Sixth Form

Deciding what to do after GCSE, where you should go and what you should study, is a complex and important task. Choosing the right sort of institution to suit your needs is as important as selecting the right courses. In the Sixth Form at The Nelson Thomlinson School we offer a range of courses, excellent teaching, a team of highly skilled tutors and are very proud of the personalised service we are able to offer all our students whether they are applying for university, or training through apprenticeships or employment. We also work hard to promote a wealth of enrichment activities and opportunities for all students to develop their softer skills in preparation for the real world.


We offer a wide range of A-level and Level 3 courses.

A-Level and Level 3 Courses
A Levels: A Level Equivalent Level 3 Courses:
Art & Design History L3 Extended Certificate in Applied Science
Biology Mathematics
Business Studies Music L3 BTEC Extended Certificate in Travel and Tourism
Chemistry Physical Education
Computer Science Physics L3 Cambridge Technical Extended Certificate in Health & Social Care
D&T: Product Design Psychology
English Language Religious Studies L3 Extended Project Qualification (Year 13 only)
English Literature Sociology
French Spanish Core Maths
Further Mathematics

In Year 12, most students study three A Level subjects and undertake 25 hours of enrichment activities. In addition, all students are expected to do one hour of sport and fitness each week.

Here are some useful documents to help with important decisions you'll need to make post-Sixth Form.

National Citizen Service

University Admissions (UCAS)



Newcastle University

University of Cumbria

Which University

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