Welcome to the Ursuline Sixth Form

T Level Hub

Ursuline Sixth Form was proud to be selected to be a T Levels provider in September 2020, one of approximately 50 in the country to do so! Our T Levels courses are mixed gender courses and we therefore welcome all applications.

Our T Level Hub has been designed to give you all the information you need to know about new T Levels qualification, and our offer at Ursuline Sixth Form!

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What are T Levels?

A NEW TYPE OF QUALIFICATION

EQUIVILANT TO 3 A LEVELS

80 CLASSROOM, 20% WORK BASED

INCLUDES A 45 DAY WORK PLACEMENT

T Levels are a new type of vocationally (or technically) focused qualification, which are the same level as A Levels. T Levels are based on the same standards as apprenticeships and have been developed in collaboration with employers so that the content will meet the needs of business and prepares students for a career in the digital industry. Providing students with the knowledge, skills and experience needed to pursue highly skilled employment, apprenticeships or higher education.

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Why Choose T Levels After GCSE's?

Here are 5 great reasons..

T LEVELS ARE CREATED WITH BUSINESS

T LEVELS GIVES YOU THE CHANCE TO GET AHEAD IN YOUR CAREER

T LEVELS PROVIDE YOU WITH A QUALIFICATION THAT COUNTS

T LEVELS ARE WORTH UCAS POINTS

T LEVELS ALLOW YOU TO LEARN YOUR WAY

Find out more.

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Why Ursuline Sixth Form?

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Ursuline Sixth Form is excited to announce that we have expanded our T Level offer for September 2021! All T Levels are based in our BRAND NEW purpose built T Levels building (pictured below)!

Find out more about our courses here, or explore our handy information boxes below!

Already decided a T Level is right for you?
Apply via our simple application form here!

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