Welcome to Macmillan Post 16 and thank you for visiting our virtual open event.
As we are unable to welcome you on-site, we have worked really hard to try and bring the experience of Post 16 to you - we hope you enjoy it and we would welcome your feedback.
The Post 16 Experience
Being a sixth form student is one of the most exciting times of your life. At Post 16 we care about every students future. Our focus is on you, your studies and your next steps. Explore the below sections to find out more about what life is like at Post 16.
When you are choosing your subjects you should think about what subjects you enjoy and which fit your future aspirations! We offer a range of A level and BTEC courses, you can find out more below.
We know we can't invite you around our site in person at the moment...so who better to give you a guided tour of our facilities than a group of our amazing students instead!
This section will provide you with all of the important and practical information about being a student at Post 16. If you have any further questions then please contact us.
The Application Process
If you are a student in Year 11 at Macmillan Academy, information on how to apply will be provided to you during registration time.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact us.
If you are a student in Year 11 from another school, you can apply in two ways:
1. Via our website (see link below)
2. If you wish to apply in writing, there is an application form in our course guide. Please ask your careers adviser at school, or alternatively you can request a copy from Post 16
If you have not heard from us within a week of submitting your application, please contact us.
You do not have to live in a catchment area to study at Post 16. There is no admissions test and there is no maximum number of students we can take. If we think you will do well in Post 16, and you have the required grades, you will get a place.
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To study A Levels in Post 16 you must achieve five GCSE’s at grade 5 or above, Including Maths & English.
To study BTECs in Post 16 you must achieve five GCSE’s at grade 4 or above.
Some subjects have their own entry requirements. Please see the course information section on our website.
Course GuidePlease contact us to request a copy of our course guide.
Things have been very different at the academy over the past few months. We have worked very hard to put as many things as possible
in place so that students and staff felt safe when they all returned. We have had an amazing start to the term; our average attendance
for the first 2 weeks was 95% which is well above the national average.
If you would like to find out more about what we put in place to make ourselves as COVID-19 safe as possible then please have a look at this video that we created before welcoming all of our students back to the academy in September.
Dress CodeThere is a dress code in Post 16 for all students.
Post 16 Dress Code
Food and DrinkWe operate a cashless system in the academy. Parents are able to top up their son/daughter’s biometric finger account via Schoolgateway. Post 16 students have their own dedicated café – Baristas.
16-19 Bursary Fund:We are able to provide assistance to those students most in need of financial help through the 16-19 Bursary Fund. Below are some of the ways in which we have assisted students in Post 16:
- Help with food costs
- Help with transport
- Help with books, stationery and equipment
- Trips to university open days, higher education events and other activities that we feel are relevant to a student’s progress in Post 16.
IMPACT ON TEESSIDEWe are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well-being and safety of our students. To further promote this, we work closely with Impact on Teesside, an NHS-based confidential service that is readily accessible to students. See our website for further details
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