Our students are amazing young adults from a wide range of backgrounds. We celebrate a diverse community and promote an understanding and respect for each other whatever our gender, race, disabilities, learning difficulties, religion, class or sexual orientation.
Many students travel considerable distances to get here because a good 6th form education is about more than specialist teachers and first class facilities. They also want a student life that’s friendly, fun and full of opportunities to enrich their studies by getting involved in productions, trips, sport and other activities beyond the classroom.
At Barton Peveril we give you the independence to take ownership of your studies, but don’t just take our word for it. Read what some of our students have to say and get a feel for the wide geographical spread of schools they join us from.
During your time at college you will receive ongoing help and guidance from your personal tutor – usually someone who also teaches you – together with the student progress manager for your faculty (Arts, Humanities or Science). You will also have access to a team of specialist support staff responsible for ensuring that your programme includes help with study skills if required.