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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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Translations

sixth form

nultimo biennio delle superiori
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The hard work of Newport Girls' High School's Year 13 students has once again paid off with some fantastic A-level results being achieved.
I love seeing students from Year 7 right through to Year 13 supporting each other and we really are like a TV family." If you would like to see some of these amazing episodes have a look on the website and the Burnside College youtube channel to watch all of our reporters in action.
Wolverhampton Grammar School is the top independent school in Wolverhampton for boys and girls from Year 3 to Year 13 (ages seven to 18).
A COMMENCEMENT ceremony was held by St Christopher's School to celebrate the achievements of its Year 13 students.
A new campaign, entitled Refill not Landfill, has been launched by Year 13 students Banna Faidulla and Ella-Jae Byrom, supported by Middlesbrough Environment City.
First place in the competition, judged by local professional photographer Jack Ford, went to Year 13 student Ola Al-Saedi, in second place was Greg Lawrence (Year 13), with third place awarded to Sam Pilbeam (Year 12).
Data released by Careers Wales in the run-up to results shows that, in 2017, 61.53% year 13 school leavers in Swansea progressed to university, while 10.95% went into work-based training or other employment.
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.
"The teachers at Heart of England Sixth Form put the time and effort into making sure you understand every element in the course." says Year 13 student Carl.
* 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.