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St Pius 6th Form 19/20

Post 16 Prospectus
St Pius X College
Magherafelt
2019 / 2020
Succeeding - Persevering - eXcelling - Caring
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Introduction:
Principal’s Welcome 1
Ethos 2
Admissions Criteria 3
Learning Facilities 4
Post 16 Support 5-6
Pupil Responsibilities 7-8
Opportunities for Post 16 9-10
What Our Current Post 16 Pupils Say 11
Careers 12
Choosing your Programme of Study 13
Pathways 14
Subject Choices:
Art & Design (Academic) 17
Art & Design (General) 18
Biology (Academic) 19
Business (General) 20
Chemistry (Academic) 21
Construction and the Built Environment (General) 22
Creative Arts and Digital Technologies (General) 23
Design & Technology: Product Design (General) 24
English Literature (Academic) 25
Geography (Academic) 26
Health & Social Care (General) 27
History (Academic) 29
Hospitality (General) 30
IT – Single Award (General) 31
IT – Double Award (General) 32
Life and Health Science (General) 33
Mathematics (Academic) 34
Physics (Academic) 35
Religious Studies (Academic) 36
Sociology (Academic) 37
Sport – Single Award (General) 38
Sport – Double Award (General) 39
Travel and Tourism (General) 40
Enhancement Qualifications:
New Era Academy - Interview Technique 41
New Era Academy – Performance Skills 42
Certificate of Personal Effectiveness 43
Contents
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Welcome to St Pius X College Sixth Form Information Book.
I am delighted that you have an interest in finding out about
our Post 16 provision and hope you find the information here
both interesting and informative. Sixth Form study is different
with much fewer subjects and more independent learning; we
strive as a school to help students quickly adapt to this
change to ensure the best possible start to their studies.
Pupils are encouraged to aim high and to work hard to fulfil
those aspirations in a pupil friendly, mutually respectful
environment. We encourage our students to return to further
study with us and, each year, we are very pleased to
welcome students from elsewhere to join us.
We offer a wide range of General & Applied subjects,
enhanced by our Magherafelt Learning Partnership provision,
which are designed to meet the needs, interests and
aspirations of all 16-18 year olds. You will have the
opportunity to choose a pathway of study that suits you, your
interests, abilities and your learning style. We will support
and guide you to achieve the best qualifications and
experiences you can. You will benefit from high quality
teaching and outstanding student support.
We have a dedicated and committed Pastoral Support team
who will work to ensure that you and your family have access
to the help and guidance you need to overcome any barriers
to your learning and help plan for your future. We have high
expectations of all our pupils. Aspiring Sixth Form students
must have a positive work ethic, excellent attendance,
punctuality and behaviour record. Our students enjoy greater
freedom than in years 8-12, which they accept bring greater
responsibility, and they work with a progressively higher
degree of maturity taking fuller responsibility for their own
learning.
We are very proud of our Sixth Form students who make a
valuable contribution to our College and indeed to our wider
community. In partnership with their teachers, we are
proactive in helping them choose the pathway best suited to
their needs and aspirations with a key focus on the maximum
number of students attaining three Level 3 qualifications. Our
modern curricular offer is designed to ensure our students not
only succeed but also leave the college with a portfolio of
qualifications that give them maximum choice, flexibility and
opportunity. This prepares them well for Higher Education,
Further Education, Higher Level Apprenticeships and the
world of work in the rapidly changing landscape of the
modern world.
Mr P Friel BSc (Hons), P.G.C.E, P.Q.H
Principal
Welcome to St Pius X College
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St Pius X College values each pupil as a unique individual.
We aim to:
promote excellence for all our pupils.
deliver high quality teaching and learning, tailored to individual needs of all pupils.
provide a range or qualifications and experiences for pupil participation within the school and
wider community to develop leadership and employability skills.
create a culture of respect, inclusivity and acceptance of responsibility so that all pupils become
responsible young adults.
encourage hard work, organisational skills and independent learning so that pupils get the
maximum benefits during and outside of class time.
offer concise and impartial careers advice, to enable pupils to make informed decisions regarding
their chosen career paths.
Sixth Form should benefit you in several ways. It will:
enable you to further your studies in subjects which you enjoy.
provide you with the means to acquire the better academic qualifications needed for admission
to higher or further education or to enhance your application for a career.
cultivate a wider range of interests through discussion and contact with others in the Sixth Form
(in and out of the class).
help you to “mature” as a person by providing opportunities for mixing with others, for taking
responsibility and for participating effectively in the corporate life of the college.
provide opportunities for you to play a full part in the extra-curricular life of the school community
and develop talents and skills for adult life.
Ethos
Internal Applicants
A student will be approved for entry if:
He/she has achieved a minimum of 6 GCSE grades A*- C (or Occupational Studies Level 2
equivalents) including GCSE English Language and Mathematics
He/she has achieved a minimum of 6 GCSE grades A*- C (or Occupational Studies Level 2
equivalents) including GCSE English Language or Mathematics and signs up to resit whichever
core subject is lower than a C
There is a place available, given that places in Year 13 will be allocated based on a ranking
system that employs an average points score. These points will be in accordance with the ‘Entry
Equivalences for GCSE’ as used by C2K. Those students who have an equal score, will then be
ranked by the number of A*s, As, Bs, etc
He/she has achieved the minimum entry requirements as outlined in this Post 16 Prospectus.
A student will be placed on a waiting list for entry if:
He/she has achieved a minimum of 6 GCSE grades A*-C (or equivalents) excluding English and
Maths and signs up to resit both core subjects
There is a place available, given that places in Year 13 will be allocated based on a ranking
system that employs an average points score. These points will be in accordance with the ‘Entry
Equivalences for GCSE’ as used by C2K. Those students who have an equal score, will then be
ranked by the number of A*s, As, Bs, etc.
Special Circumstances
A student who does not meet the criteria, due to medical or other problems which may have
affected his/her performance in GCSE examinations, may have his / her academic record
reviewed by the Principal and Board of Governors of the college with a view to being offered a
place within Post 16.
The Principal and Board of Governors of the college reserve the right to amend the admissions
criteria to consider students who have achieved 5 A*-C grades at GCSE, subject to places being
available and the efficient use of college resources not being prejudiced.
External Applicants
External applicants are welcome.
We especially welcome students from schools where there is no Post-16 provision, and also
those whose course of choice is not on offer at their current school.
Pupils who are entering the sixth form from other schools must fulfil all of the above criteria.
Criteria for any extra places made available by the Department of Education
The Department of Education may, on request, increase the number of students that the college can
admit to Year 13. Places shall be allocated only to students who meet the eligibility criteria for entry
into Year 13 (as above) and shall be allocated in the order determined by the criteria to be applied in
the order set down.
1. Pupils who have recently completed Year 12 in St Pius X College
2. Pupils from other schools where admission to an extra place at St Pius X College has been
agreed by the Department of Education
Admissions Criteria
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A number of Learning Centre Facilities are available at St Pius X College in order to promote the
quality of teaching and learning. They include:
Two Supervised Sixth Form Study Centres (and Study Room)
Hi-tech Computer Suites
Library Services (Books and IT Software Tutorials)
WiFi (for student devices)
Learning Resources
You will find as you embark on your Sixth Form studies at St Pius X College that not all of your week
is taken up in the classroom. If you are to be successful in your studies, it is vital that you supplement
what you learn in the classroom with personal study. Use the library for research projects and take
advantage of the study room to complete work directed by your class teachers. Your teachers will
often supply you with study materials to work through outside class. These flexible learning materials
are best used in our library where other facilities are nearby. Some materials are permanently
available to you to take and use, especially ones which help with study skills, number work and
communications.
You must strike the right balance between your academic work and your extra-curricular activities.
Important though it is to cultivate wide interests and friendships, you must not allow these interests
to undermine your academic progress. The proper use of private study periods is an essential part of
your management of time. It is only too easy to let these periods drift by without anything positive
being achieved.
The college library is constantly being developed. As well as books and periodicals, an abundance of
materials relating to higher and further education and to careers. In addition, university prospectuses
and UCAS books are also housed in the library and in the Sixth Form study. In addition to consulting
reference materials, students are able to borrow books, it is important that all borrowers should return
library books within the issue period, and not retain them to the disadvantage of other users. Wide
background reading and research to supplement issued textbooks should form an essential part of
your studies.
Learning Facilities
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In St Pius X College, we pride ourselves on the quality of our care for all pupils. We believe that a
caring and happy environment is essential for pupils to succeed. We therefore place a great emphasis
on our pastoral care provision in order to foster positive relationships and community spirit. We
promote healthy lifestyles, emotional well-being and positive attitudes in all our pupils as well as
fostering an environment where diversity is valued.
Our aim is to ensure that the college supports and equips all pupils with the life skills they need to
make responsible choices and achieve their full potential. We have a specific pastoral care structure
which provides guidance and support to all pupils. Each member of the Post 16 team has an important
role in supporting pupils and meeting with parents. In addition, a number of external agencies help
to provide counselling services.
Form Teacher
The Form Teacher’s role is pivotal as they will be a central person who has a full picture of you. They
will monitor your attendance, academic progress and adherence to the code of conduct and liaise
directly with you and your parents/guardians. You will be timetabled daily with your Form Teacher
and he/she should be your first point of contact if any difficulties should arise.
Head of Year
The Head of Year will keep regular contact with your Form Teacher to monitor your progress and help
provide additional support for you through your Post 16 studies. They will support your Form Teacher
regarding any queries or concerns that may arise. These may include attendance, pastoral concerns
or study related difficulties. The Head of Year will also challenge, encourage and assist you to be the
best that you can so that you will be successful in your chosen career path. In consultation with other
pastoral and curriculum staff the Head of Year will arrange meetings with your parents to discuss any
concerns.
Counsellor
At St Pius X College, we recognise that there are times when it is possible that you may need some
extra support and help to manage unfamiliar situations and feelings. The school counsellor is a
professional counsellor from FamilyWorks who supports pupils with particular challenges. The
counsellor talks to individual pupils to help them with whatever difficulties they are facing. Pupils can
self-refer to the college’s counsellor or referrals can be made by pastoral staff.
Safeguarding/Child Protection
We aim to provide a safe and caring environment within St Pius X College which will allow pupils to
feel secure and may encourage them to consult members of staff regarding their own personal
concerns. All Child Protection concerns are discussed with our designated staff identified below and,
in some instances, with external agencies.
Post 16 Support
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Core Safeguarding Team
Principal Designated Teachers Deputy Designated Chair of Board
Teachers of Governors
Designated Governor
Mr P Friel Mrs E Toner Mrs I McCann Mrs A Scott
Mr J Mulholland Mrs C Bell Mr M Lee
External Agencies
Whilst we aim to support in every way we can there is a wide range of external support. At any time,
you can call the following numbers for advice and support:
NSPCC 0800 800 500
Childline 0800 1111
Lifeline 0808 808 8000
Gateway 0300 1234 333
YoungMinds (Parents' Helpline) 0808 802 5544
Familyworks 028 9182 1721
PSHE
Through these programmes we aim to enhance pupils’ knowledge and understanding of their rights
and responsibilities as citizens, of social and political institutions and structures, of social and moral
issues and to promote health and safety issues. We aim to develop pupils’ spiritual awareness and
explore different beliefs, attitudes and values.
The PSHE Programme for Post 16 is headed up by our RE department to meet the needs of young
people.
The purpose of the Sixth Form PSHE programme is to:
assist you as an individual to enrich your personal life and develop your own lifestyle.
help to prepare for educational choice.
offer guidance or counselling to encourage you to make your own decisions.
support your subject learning.
promote respect for the views of others and help others less fortunate than ourselves through a
range of activities from mentoring to fundraising.
maintain an orderly atmosphere in which all this becomes possible.
Visiting Groups
Diocesan Youth Organisation - John Paul II Award
Sr. Margaret - Sri Lanka Blanket Programme
Children in Crossfire – Advent Campaign
Ulster Cancer Foundation – Health & Wellbeing
Relationships and Sexuality Education
Sister Consilio – Drugs and Alcohol Addiction
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t is important to realise what is expected of a Sixth Form pupil. St Pius X College is determined to develop a
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earning community founded on the principles of courtesy and mutual respect. Fundamental to the successful
development of such a community is the quality of the students’ learning experience. This will be nurtured and
managed with insight and vision in order that we create the culture and values reflected in our mission statement.
Students attending St. Pius X College must observe certain standards of behaviour while in the college and when
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ngaged in activities associated with or representing the college. The parent-school partnership is very important
and we also ask for parents’ support in encouraging pupils to adhere to our school’s policies and procedures to
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nsure a safe and conducive learning environment exists for everyone. We therefore seek the support of all pupils
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nd parents/guardians for the implementation of the Code of Conduct by asking them to sign a positive behaviour
contract which can be found in every Pupil Homework Diary.
Academic Demands
Any Sixth Form course will be demanding and pupils must understand the commitment to hard work that will be
expected from them. There is an enormous difference between the nature of the work at Key Stage 4 level and
Post 16 and if pupils are to fulfil their academic potential they must work hard from the outset. Studying three subjects
instead of nine might appear an easier option but this is simply not the case. Each GCE subject is studied in far
greater depth and much more emphasis is placed on independent learning to acquire the necessary knowledge
and complete all tasks according to deadlines. The pace of work is very demanding.
Attendance
There is a very strong link between attendance and success at A level. Pupils are expected to commit to 100%
attendance. As a school we are keen to support pupils in gaining outstanding attendance as it is essential if pupils
are to succeed in the courses they have selected to study. Attendance and punctuality at all lessons, registrations,
events and assemblies is compulsory.
95% attendance is our school target and is therefore our minimum expectation.
Every school day counts
100% Attendance 0 Days Missed Excellent
95% Attendance 9 Days of Absence Satisfactory
1 Week and 4 Days of Learning Missed
90% Attendance 19 Days of Absence Poor
3 Weeks and 4 Days of Learning Missed
85% Attendance 28 Days of Absence Very Poor
5 Weeks and 3 Days of Learning Missed
80% Attendance 38 Days of Absence Unacceptable
7 Weeks and 3 Days of Learning Missed
If pupils fall below 95% attendance, without there being a genuine health issue, parents will be contacted either by
text message or letter of our concerns and attendance will continue to be carefully monitored. All appointments
including driving lessons, routine dental and medical appointments must be arranged outside of school time.
In addition to morning registration, registers will be taken at every lesson and absences recorded so that parents
can be informed of any hindrance to progress caused by irregular attendance. If pupils need to leave school for any
reason during the school day, permission should be sought from the Head of Sixth Form and for health and safety
reasons, the leave of absence sheet signed. Parents are required to provide notes to explain all absences or to
contact school by telephone.
Code of Conduct
Effective teaching and learning can only take place when attitudes and behaviours are positive. In St Pius X College
we strive to establish a positive ethos where all pupils are encouraged to develop a sense of responsibility. Our
Code of Conduct is based on the simple requirements of courtesy and mutual respect both on and off the school
grounds. The college is committed to creating an environment which is orderly, respectful and conducive to teaching
and learning. Our code of conduct clearly sets out our expectations and has a structured system of rewards and
Responsibilities
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anctions which promotes high standards of work and behaviour. The highest standards are expected of pupils in
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atters such as attendance, punctuality, uniform and conduct around the school as they are the most senior
members of the school community and they must be an example to others. Great emphasis is placed upon reliability,
courtesy and respect towards others.
Uniform
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he college uniform identifies you as a student of this college and shows that all students are valued equal. Wearing
our uniform is reflective of our college ethos which emphasises high standards and expectations for all pupils. It is
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ompulsory for all students and must be worn correctly at all times, including college functions and travelling to and
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rom college.
Anti-bullying
Our college ethos is that bullying is completely unacceptable. Misuse of mobile phones, social media or any digital
technology to cause harm or hurt to any other individual is totally unacceptable. Sixth Form pupils play a vital role
in helping the school to promote an anti-bullying culture. The following policies and structures are available on our
college website and are designed to minimise risks; Safeguarding & Child Protection, Anti-Bullying, E-Safety,
Pastoral Care & Positive Behaviour Management and the college Code of Conduct.
Mobile Phones, Mobile Devices
For Safeguarding and Child Protection reasons, students are permitted to bring mobile phones into school but they
should not be visible. For these same reasons, students may not use mobile phones in the course of the college
day without the explicit permission of staff. Parents/guardians are reminded that in cases of an emergency, the
college office remains a vital point of contact. Mobile phones must be switched off at all times during the college
day from entry onto the college premises until exit from the college grounds, including both break and lunch times.
Under no circumstances is any student permitted to take a photo, video or sound recording on the college premises.
If a member of staff deems it appropriate to confiscate a device from a student, the following will apply -
Confiscation with parent/guardian involvement. Parents/guardians will be asked to collect the phone from the
Main Office or Reception at the end of the college day.
Misuse of Digital Technology
(Social Networking, Picture/Video sharing websites)
This college has a zero policy towards any misuse of digital technology (internet, social networking and picture/video
sharing websites, exams) to any member of the college community. Any student found to be up-loading recordings
to the internet depicting the college brand, or involving students in college uniform, will be the subject of a disciplinary
enquiry and serious disciplinary sanctions. Bullying or harassing any member of the college community through
the use of any electronic device or the sharing of inappropriate material will also not be tolerated. It will be regarded
as a grave disciplinary matter and will result in a severe sanction.
EMA
An Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA) is available to pupils remaining in full time education beyond the
age of 16 years where the family income falls within defined limits. Payments are strictly linked to attendance and
performance. The EMA is only paid for full weeks of attendance within term time. It will only be paid when 100%
weekly attendance has been achieved by the pupil. No payment will be made for part attendance. The weekly
allowance rate for eligible students currently is £30.00 which is paid directly into the pupil’s bank account on a
fortnightly basis and two bonus payments of £100 paid each year in January and June. All EMA pupils will be
required to sign a Learning Agreement with the school. If they fail to adhere to this agreement, this will affect their
payment. Evidence must be provided for all absences. Generally, about 50% of students are eligible for EMA
payments.
Private Study
The need for careful time management and self-discipline is the most distinctive feature of life in the Sixth Form as
there will be times during the school day when pupils are not in timetabled lessons. Pupils will have supervised
allocated study areas with provision for computers available. We also encourage pupils to bring their own device.
If individual pupils are unable to manage their time sensibly or fall behind with the work, pupils will be reallocated
so that private study time can be closely monitored. Parents will also be informed.
Driving Cars to School
Sixth Form students are reminded of the importance of safe driving. Cars must be parked outside of the school
grounds at all times. This is necessary to avoid congestion and parking problems and for pedestrian safety. Sixth
Form students must not use their cars during the course of the school day (even if they have a study period or are
an MLP student). Cars must be used strictly as a means of transport to and from school. Any breach of this rule will
result in a severe sanction
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At St Pius X College, we place a great emphasis on pupils’ personal development so that they gain
the key skills which can be used in later life and the qualities necessary to mature into young
responsible adults. We encourage all Sixth Form pupils to get involved in the St Pius X Community
through participation in extended activities such as Open Day and fundraising. We champion the
pupil voice and provide leadership opportunities to enable pupils to become successful leaders and
role models for our younger pupils.
Pupil Leadership Team
Senior Leadership pupils play a very important role in the life of the school and are seen as role
models to all other pupils both in Post 16 and the lower years. In second or third term Year 13 pupils
in consultation with their form teachers are invited to put forward their name for consideration to be
part of the pupil leadership team. A pupil and staff vote is then conducted to reduce the applications
to around 16 pupils. Those successful pupils then go through an intensive interview process where
they get the opportunity to present to a panel an initiative they are passionate about and prepared to
introduce into the school. The pupil leadership structure is comprised of a Head Boy, a Head Girl,
Deputy Head Pupils and senior prefects for different key roles to include peer mentoring, pastoral
and sport.
School Council
Post 16 pupils take an active part in decision-making in the college through the elected Pupil Council.
Their opinions are frequently sought across a range of areas including Teaching and Learning, extra-
curricular activities and pupil welfare. The School Council gives a voice to the pupil population and
an opportunity for the pupils to discuss pertinent issues with staff and to influence policy. The School
Council then forwards proposals to the Senior Leadership Team.
Opportunities in Post 16
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The aims of the School Council are:
to improve communication between pupils and staff
to ensure St Pius X College promotes a healthy environment in which we learn in partnership
to ensure that pupils’ views are acknowledged and where appropriate acted upon
to provide pupils with the framework for engaging in active citizenship
to make the school a more harmonious place to learn.
Mentors
In St Pius X College two senior mentors are assigned to all Year 8 and Year 9 classes to help them
with the transition from primary to secondary school.
The mentors are Year 13 and Year 14 pupils who have expressed an interest in helping the younger
pupils. They help to make pupils feel welcome and at ease. The mentors help out in form class and
encourage the pupils to join extra-curricular activities at break and lunch time. They answer questions
the pupils might have about any aspect of school life. Individual pupil mentors are employed where
appropriate.
The pupils respond well to having mentors and relationships between pupils and mentors are positive.
Issues addressed can range from managing school work to how to make new friends.
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A selection of Post 16 pupil placements
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Orla McCracken
Subjects: Biology, Geography, Health & Social Care
Placement: Ardboe Nursing Home
Pathway: Nursing
Conall Walls
Subjects: Business Studies, History, Information Technology
Placement: Ardmore Marketing
Pathway: Marketing
Laura McErlean
Subjects: Biology, Health & Social Care, Mathematics
Placement: Collins Veterinary Practice
Pathway: Veterinary Nurse
Ronan McKee
Subjects: Engineering, Information Technology, Mathematics
Placement: Floors for Living
Pathway: Accountancy
Rory Devlin
Subjects: Biology, Environmental Technology, Hospitality
Placement: CMD Plumbing
Pathway: Renewable Energies
Careers
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CEIAG (Careers Education Information Advice & Guidance)
St Pius X College provides a comprehensive Careers Guidance Service. The school recognises that
careers education and guidance plays a vital role in the preparation of Sixth Form pupils for life after
school. All pupils follow a structured careers programme through their weekly careers lessons where
they will be carefully guided through the options process, making subject choices, UCAS application
and other pathway processes. This begins with pupils learning. Careers Education aims to help pupils
to acquire skills, aptitudes and abilities to enable them to progress confidently in a variety of roles.
Magazines, leaflets, prospectuses and interactive computer software programmes are provided so
that pupils will find out more about their own particular skills and qualities and match these with
possible career opportunities.
All pupils have the opportunity to speak to their careers teacher who will encourage them to develop
their career route in consultation with the local careers advisors from the Careers Service for Northern
Ireland.
To further prepare pupils for the important decisions they will have to make in Sixth Form, a range of
career activities are organised throughout Years 13 and 14. These include career guidance interviews,
more focused work placements, opportunities to attend open days, talks from visiting speakers of
various universities, further education institutions and other work related organisations. Mock
interviews are arranged to help the pupils develop their interview skills and enhance career prospects.
All pupils who wish to apply to Higher Education must do so through the UCAS system. This process
begins immediately after pupils return from their AS examinations. The whole application procedure
will be explained to pupils and the UCAS website explored.
Pupils will have time with their careers teacher and have opportunities to visit local universities in
order to gather as much information as possible on the courses they are interested in. After AS results,
pupils in consultation with their careers teacher and their parents/carers will come to a final decision
regarding the courses they will apply for through the UCAS system. Predicted grades will almost
entirely be based on grades achieved at AS Level.
• Any pupil wishing to apply for medicine, veterinary and dentistry must submit their UCAS
application forms by the 15th October in Year 14.
• We have an internal deadline for all UCAS applications to be completed by the end of
November in Year 14.
• The official UCAS deadline for all other applications is 15th January in Year 14.
During Term 2, all Year 14 pupils will receive an opportunity to experience a mock interview with a
range of local business, education and professional services personnel. These interviews are of great
benefit to the pupils as they focus on the specific intended area of study, and introduce them to some
of the difficulties they may face when being scrutinised by university and workplace staff. In order to
undertake an interview, pupils must have completed an application form which they do during careers
class.
If pupils are unfortunate enough not to receive any offers through the UCAS system, then they are
further advised by their careers teacher as to their next step.
Careers Advisors from the Careers Service for Northern Ireland come to the college on a regular
basis and participate in the delivery of the programme through all Key stages.
Leavers Destinations 2018
Choosing your Programme of Study
When planning a sixth form curriculum it is important to provide a range of qualifica-
tions from which students can choose programmes that meet their needs and gain
credit for their achievements. It is important that the qualifications offered to the
students are worthwhile and valued, whilst enabling our students, where desirable
and appropriate, to mix and match different types of qualifications. In addition, it is
necessary to provide a range of qualifications that offer clear progression routes into
further and higher education, training and employment. The actual courses pupils
study will be determined by considering GCSE performance, standardised scores,
student strengths and student career aspirations.
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Mathematical content
Knowledge, understanding and skills developed within GCSE Mathematics are also relevant. Students must be competent in
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The A2 specification builds on the knowledge, understanding and skills developed within the AS course.
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AS 1 - Forces, Energy and Electricity
AS 2 - Waves, Photons and Astronomy
AS 3 - Practical Techniques and Data Analysis
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St Pius X College | 59 Moneymore Road | Magherafelt | Co. Derry | BT45 6HQ
St Pius X College
59 Moneymore Road, Magherafelt, Co. Derry, BT45 6HQ
T: (028) 7963 2186 F: (028) 7963 2573
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Review & Amendments
The information in this prospectus is published subject to review and
amendment, as and when necessary.
Any changes in respect of any matter mentioned in this publication and
known before the end of June 2019 will be published in the 2019/20
Homework Diary. Any amendments thereafter will be conveyed to
parents/guardians by leaflets sent home with students.