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St. Aidan's Church of England High School
We would like to welcome all St. Aidan’s Church of England High School students to your dedicated Blackpool Sixth website hub.
On here you can find out loads of information about studying with us in 2021, transport to Blackpool Sixth, Student Success Stories and how to contact us if you have any questions!
INTERVIEWS & ADVICE
Our friendly Admissions team are busy working from home to provide advice and guidance for Year 11 students.
We review all applications very carefully. If we need to discuss your application, then we will contact you to arrange a convenient time for an email exchange or telephone call. This would simply be a friendly chat with one of our Admissions and School Liaison team and is nothing to be worried about at all. Under normal circumstances we would speak to you in school or in college, but this is currently not possible due to the ongoing Covid restrictions. We will, however, be in regular contact via email and this will be reviewed as the year progresses.
After you have applied, make sure you check your emails so you don’t miss our offer of a conditional place, (click here for the minimum entry requirements for your place at Blackpool Sixth).
Any updates and news from Blackpool Sixth will be sent to you throughout the year, so please check your messages regularly.
If you need to update your email or phone number at any time you can do so at email@example.com
If you haven’t applied yet, don’t worry! We are still accepting applications, to apply click here
The most popular method of transport from St Aidan’s and the surrounding area is by bus. We work closely with both Blackpool Transport and Stagecoach to provide students with subsidised bus passes.
If you have any specific questions about getting to Blackpool Sixth please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Meet the School Liaison team
The School Liaison team gives advice and guidance to school students about their course choices, career planning, our admissions process and what it’s like to be a student at Blackpool Sixth. We offer a variety of activities both in school and in college and we are always happy to help support students and encourage them to explore their options for the future. We also work with school staff to help facilitate links between schools and our own curriculum staff.
Hello my names Christina!
I’m your School Liaison Officer. I’m here to provide you with any advice and guidance that you need about joining Blackpool Sixth. I studied BTEC Business Studies and A Level English Language at Blackpool Sixth, and went on to study Marketing At Leeds Beckett University. I have worked in marketing for private and public sector organisations, and worked as Cabin Crew for a number of years. I have worked at Blackpool Sixth now for almost two years, and I really enjoy working with new students and helping them with the transition from High School to Sixth Form.
The School Liaison team is managed by Helen and our school liaison officers are Christina and
You can contact me on email@example.com if you have any questions about your application or about joining Blackpool Sixth!
If you have any questions about applying to Blackpool Sixth, would like advice about what courses to study, or would like to change anything on your application, please email your School Liaison Officer, Christina, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jordie Perkes, former St Aidan’s student, received Triple Distinction Star in Health and Social Care!
Jordie is now studying Social Work at UCLAN.
Jordie said “I am beyond happy with my results, thank you so much to all the staff at Blackpool Sixth.”
Former St Aidan’s student Cameron Redfern achieved a Merit in BTEC Musical Theatre, and a Double Distinction in BTEC Performing Arts.
Cameron is now studying Theatre and Performance at the University of Cumbria.
Cameron said “The past two years have been absolutely phenomenal. The PAMM department is so incredibly supportive. Whether it was in Disneyland or at college, the atmosphere is amazing. The staff are so friendly and the environment is brilliant. I am going to miss Sixth Form so much.”
Liv Lang, Former St Aidan’s Student, said “Whatever pathway you want to take after college, you will be able to get experience to help you decide your future and to help you when it comes to university applications.”
Liv studied Triple BTEC Health and Social Care at Blackpool Sixth.
Lucy, formerly of St Aidan’s Church of England High School, will study an art foundation year, after obtaining an A* grade in fine art and two A grades in A Level English Literature and Geography.
It was A grades across the board for humanities student Alex in his classical civilisation, history and religion, ethics and philosophy A levels.
The former St Aidan’s Church of England High School student will read history at the University of York.
Will Burrell, formerly of Saint Aidan’s Church of England High School, gained two A* grades in maths and physics and an A in chemistry. Will went on to study natural sciences at university.