A very warm welcome to the MNSP The Sixth Form. Our focus is to provide the highest quality education we can, securing the best life chances for our students. We want them to leave the Sixth Form well prepared for the next phase in education or employment, by understanding the world we live in, learning from those around them and becoming independent learners, keen to broaden their horizons.
We are an inclusive community that is student focused, embraces differences and celebrates diversity. Our Sixth Form is made up of four distinctive campuses each with their own identity. Students can choose between the larger MSN Sixth Campus offering a range of A Level and BTEC courses, the community focussed Writhlington Campus offering a combination of academic and T Level qualifications or the smaller Somerset Studio Campus offering a wide range of vocational T Level courses.
We are proud that we are able to offer the students an exceptional range of options in this locality with impressive extra and super-curricular activities partnered with holistic pastoral support.
Director of Sixth Form.
Somerset Studio School Sixth Form Campus, is a small school of approximately 120 students with around 50 students in the Sixth Form. We specialise in T Level courses within a supportive nurturing environment.
‘Students are encouraged in a range of subjects to consider concepts more deeply to develop their independent research skills.’
Our largest site, covering both the Norton Hill and Somervale Schools, and close to the centre of Midsomer Norton.
A Level and BTEC qualications are offered at this site.
‘..a good school there is enough evidence of improved performance to suggest that the school could be graded as outstanding if an inspection was carried out now.’
The Writhlington Sixth Form Campus has a real community feel with around 200 students having access to a bespoke Sixth Form building. This campus offers a combination of the cutting edge T level qualification, Applied subjects alongside A level courses.
‘Teaching in the sixth form is good. Students are well prepared for their future choices.’