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sixth form

n
(Education) (in England and Wales) the most senior class in a secondary school to which pupils, usually above the legal leaving age, may proceed to take A levels, retake GCSEs, etc
ˈsixth-ˌformer n
Translations

sixth form

nultimo biennio delle superiori
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Harry, Year 13, stated: "While walking around the Imperial War Museum, the lights would dim and projectors would activate, showing images as well as contemporary recorded statements.
When our students leave us at the end of Year 13 they go forward with excellent results," said head of post-16 Greace Theay.
YEAR 13 A LEVEL CHEMISTS and Year 12 BTEC Science students took part in a Spectroscopy in a Suitcase demonstration, utilising analytical equipment normally available only to university and research level scientists.
The figures also show a year-onyear rise in Year 13 leavers opting for university in 2016 compared with 2015, with 62.
MORE than 500 students, parents, teachers and guests attended the Year 13 Commencement Ceremony of St Christopher's School at its Saar premises.
an urgent catch-up campaign for current school year 13 pupils
Last year 13 million tonnes of raw materials, including paper, plastic and metal, were exported to countries including Bangladesh, Benin and Nigeria.
Year 13 student Anastasia Roberts, said: "My experience with Redx Pharma has confirmed my enthusiasm for working in the pharmaceutical industry as a medical chemist.
Form prizes and GCSE and A level subject prizes were awarded for merit and achievement to last year's students from Year 7 through to Year 13.
Getting involved" in and around the academy is now second nature to them, however "culture" is the new buzzword for Year 12 and Year 13 students at the academy.
Year 7 and Year 13 pupils of Ysgol Maes Garmon, Flint visited the site at Bryn yr Ellyllon, off Chester Road, as part of an archeological dig led by the National Museum of Wales.
Year 10 can expect "some nudity" and in Year 13 the Full Monty with "strong portrayals of sexual activity".