Sixth Form

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Sixth Form

Being a member of the Sixth Form at Ysgol y Creuddyn brings privileges and responsibilities.  The school undertakes to ensure education of the highest standard possible whilst expecting an undertaking by students to be responsible members of the school and its community. A common room is provided for the Sixth Form to relax and socialise during non-contact periods.

Year 12 students play an important role within the school by supporting and helping Year 7 pupils as part of the Buddies scheme. Sixth form students are expected to undertake private study in addition to attending formal lessons.  The school Library is available for private study and students have access to the computer rooms, the workshops and the art room as appropriate.

Sixth form students are required to conform to school rules and set a good example to younger pupils.  They should exercise self-discipline and common sense at all times.

Absenteeism hinders progress and students are expected to attend school regularly.  When absence cannot be avoided they should inform the school according to the school rules.

Although it is understood that many students work outside school we ask that this does not hinder their studies.

Please do not hesitate to contact the school for further information or to discuss options.

Welsh Baccalaureate

The Welsh Baccalaureate is a qualification for our Sixth Form students at Ysgol Y Creuddyn. All students will be registered for the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification. It combines personal development skills with exisiting qualifications like A levels, NVQs and GCSEs to make one wider award that is valued by employers and universities. The Welsh Baccalaureate gives broader experiences than traditional learning programmes.


The Welsh Baccalaureate aims to achieve a broader, more balanced curriculum for 14-19 year olds, helping students to develop knowledge and skills that higher education institutions and employers want them to have when they leave school.

The emphasis is on learning through doing, and the same value is placed on vocational as academic qualifications.

Welsh Baccalaureate Co-ordinator: Mr Arwel Roberts

For further information please use the WJEC website.



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