Year 11 Options & Application

Sixth form Prospectus 2021/22

At Maesteg School Sixth Form, you can choose from a broad range of traditional A Levels and BTEC courses, and take part in a number of life enhancing and stimulating extracurricular activities.

Take a look through our new prospectus for 2021/22.

You can read about two additions to our Post-16 Options by following the links, these include Medical Science here and Food Science & Nutrition here.

Please click here for the online options page.

If you cannot apply using the online options page, please download a paper copy of the form here.

The Sixth Form contract can be downloaded here.

Sixth Form Subject Options 2021/22

At Maesteg School we work hard to ensure that students are offered every opportunity to gain the skills and understanding to progress successfully to University, Apprenticeships or Employment.  

Students applying for entry to the Sixth Form should have gained significant success in a number of GCSE subjects, with the expectation that students have achieved a minimum of 5 A*- C grades and ideally including both GCSE English and Maths.

AS and A2 level syllabuses assume that candidates have achieved a minimum C grade at GCSE in their chosen subject if studied in Year 11. For some subjects a minimum of a B grade is required please speak with Directors of Learning.

A student/parent interview will take place to establish the most suited learning path.

Students for entry into Year 12 should note that entry is not automatic on fulfilling the academic requirement above, but also conditional on past behaviour, attitude and attendance.

For more information contact cbrooks@maestegcs.bridgend.sch.uk

Maesteg Alumni

What do our former students have to say about life in the Maesteg Sixth Form?

Evan John

Head Boy // 2016 – 2018

Hear Evan’s story here.

Megan Curling

Head Girl // 2017 – 2019

Hear Megan’s story here.

Isobel Hocking-Watts

Head Pupil // 2018 – 2020

Hear Isobel’s story here.

Abbie Grant

Head Pupil // 2020 – Present

Hear Abbie’s story here.