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Why, what and how to apply to study at King Edward's.
Please click here to go to our YouTube Channel with a wide range of introduction and subject talks so you can find out more about life in the Sixth Form at KEVIGS.
External candidates can also find out more about us face to face so why not join us for a personal tour of the site and meet some of our Sixth Formers?
Download our course guide below, and once you've decided apply here
Why King Edward's?
Join us because of our expertise.
Our teachers are highly skilled, passionate subject specialists qualified to degree level and above in their subject. Many are examiners, team leaders and working toward become senior examiners: every department has at least one member of staff in this category.
Join us to become part of our success story.
Since the introduction of A Levels in 1951 King Edward's expert staff have been successfully preparing students for both University entry and for entry into the workplace. We are consistently rated as one of the top A Level providers in Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire but also across the East Midlands as well.
We are particularly skilled, and have a track record of success, in supporting students into and onto competitive careers, courses and degrees both traditional and the newer degree apprenticeship courses. We also have great success with those students who choose to go directly into the work place after A Levels,
Join us because of our holistic approach and focus on pastoral care.
Our core values as a school are built around the concept of holistic care for students, and no where is this truer than in our Sixth Form. We recognise and have built our support systems around the needs of Sixth Formers. Our dedicated Sixth Form Centre and Team provide expertise and experience across academic, careers, mental health, well being and university entrance to help ensure that your two years with us is not only successful but sane.
Join us because it's fun.
The Sixth Form in any school is different, relationships between staff and student change and relax as you move out of adolescence and into adult hood. Many students on results day in August are sad to be leaving us and often reflect on the fun and enjoyment they have had in their A level lessons and the bond they have developed with the teacher and their classmates.
Join us to learn to lead.
Finally, a Sixth Form in a school present unique leadership opportunities to work across the school to develop your leadership skills. This might be through our Combined Cadet Force, or through the Duke of Edinburgh Award or through leadership in Music, Drama or Sport. It may be that you take a leadership qualification or a coaching qualification with us or it may be that you simply get stuck in. Either way there are a multitude of opportunities to enhance your CV and UCAS application in a school setting that simply don't exist elsewhere.