Progression into the Upper or Lower Sixth

The majority of students at Reigate College, as elsewhere, no longer take externally assessed AS Level exams at the end of the Lower Sixth.  Students now typically study three A Levels (or BTEC equivalents) for two years and take any externally assessed exams at the end of their two year courses.    
 
Most students at the College successfully progress from the Lower Sixth into the Upper Sixth and then go on to successfully complete their courses.  In fact, Reigate College is regularly singled out as being one of the top College's in the country for 'success rates' i.e. for students successfully completing their courses.
 
College staff work together to do all  they can to achieve successful outcomes for their students, including giving ‘worthy’ students the opportunity to continue with their programmes of study, in the event of them under-performing in internal assessments.
 
The Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA) has recommended that colleges carefully consider their Progression Policies and therefore the College's Progression Policy for Lower Sixth to Upper Sixth has been amended, to take into account these guidelines.  Please see below.
 
Please also see below the College's Level 2 Policy for progressing onto Level 3 (A Level equivalent) courses.
 
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