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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
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sixth form

nultimo biennio delle superiori
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James Parke, 40, resigned after 12 years as media studies master at Brighton, Hove and Sussex VI Form College when he was charged in September.
THE decision by Warwickshire County Council Cabinet to agree the merger of King Edward VI Form College and North Warwickshire and Hinckley College on a site in Nuneaton town centre has nothing to do with what is best for the town and its inhabitants, but is politics pure and simple.
However, his King George VI form is vastly superior to his rivals and Kempton form has been the best guide in the six renewals of this race, plus when it was run as the Compton Chase before 1993.
Macmillan Academy (Middlesbrough) dlesbrough) hit the road to take on Thirsk School and VI Form College (Hambleton and Richmond), while Trinity Catholic College (Middlesbrough) are straight through to round two after receiving a first round bye.
Opening the case for the prosecution is William Cole, from King Edward VI Form College, Nuneaton; TOUGH TALKING...
Paul, aged 36, a teacher at King Edward VI Form College in Nuneaton, said: "He had his head shaved before but he wanted football hair!
"I start two years at Durham School VI Form for my A levels next month and my ambition after that is to win a golfing scholarship in the States and then eventually turn professional."
Starting a Stockton roll, Egglescliffe School also booked their place in round 2 with a thumping 10-2 victory against Thirsk School and VI Form College.
Beth, who attends Nuneaton's King Edward VI Form College, is a Cadet Flight Sergeant with 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron Air Training Corps.
A more convincing display in round three saw them overcome Blackburn College (Lancashire) 5-0 before running out comfortable 3-0 victors against Queen Elizabeth VI Form College (Darlington) in round four.