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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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For this sponsorship to now be going into year twelve is quite remarkable, and it just goes to show how well things have progressed, and how strong the bond is between our company and the club.
As we enter year twelve of the "war on terror," drones are arguably the coolest tool in the American military arsenal.
In Year Twelve, Mia leaves an unsatisfactory, dysfunctional home (absent father, alcoholic mother) in Melbourne to join her older sister in Alaska, near Fairbanks.
The Vagabond's Breakfast mentions Montaigne's account of a gravestone inscribed: "Here lies so-and-so, who was dead when time was passing through the year twelve hundred", and riffs on the personification of time.
This year twelve institutions and four individuals confirmed their membership in the Hungarian Branch; thirteen of these are also members of the international organization.
The team's proposal for a franchise of cafes focusing purely on serving puddings was chosen as the overall winner following a presentation by the finalists to over 150 fellow Year Twelve pupils.
Can a standards-referenced model of assessment be applied nationally for Year Twelve Vocational Education and Training subjects to yield both a differentiating score and recognition of competence?
where he was a year twelve student, joined students from Castlederg's St.
OTCBB:BNLB) today announced for the full year twelve months ended December 31, 2008 revenues exceeded $2,530,000 vs.
All cadets are year twelve students from Palmerston Senior College, including nine boys and three girls.
Year twelve is finally over and he can't wait to escape the pressure of exams and the fallout from his parents' personal and professional lives.