RMGS has a large and vibrant Sixth Form with over 350 students. The majority of Year 11 students elect to stay on in our Sixth Form and each year approximately 30 new students join the Sixth Form.
Examination success is important to RMGS, but students and staff know that the development of positive character traits are equally as important. At the heart of the RMGS Sixth Form are four core pillars: empathy; appreciation; intellectual curiosity; academic ambition. Our mission statement is simple and two-pronged: ‘Empathy and Excellence’.
We want to develop appreciative and empathetic learners. We want to foster intellectual curiosity and academic ambition.
This mission statement reflects the RMET’s ‘Proud Character’ values that are promoted across our Multi-Academy Trust.
A Level Subjects
Despite significant funding cuts to Sixth Form budgets, we offer an exceptionally wide range of A Levels including Psychology, Business Studies, Drama and Theatre Studies, Music, Design Technology, Sociology and Film Studies, as well as more traditional subjects. Students are given a free choice of subjects, with plenty of guidance from careers and subject staff. Almost any combination of subjects is possible. All students will opt to study three A Levels (with the most able being permitted to take four); in Year 13 they might add an EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) to their programme of study.
Who's Who in the Sixth Form
- Mr McDowell: Assistant Headteacher in charge of Sixth Form
- Mrs Wilson: Deputy Head of Sixth Form in charge of Year 12
- Mr Twizell: Deputy Head of Sixth Form in charge of Year 13
- Miss Stewart: Pastoral Support Assistant