Sixth form students reap the benefits of local partnership

Bishop Vaughan Catholic School and Morriston Comprehensive School, Swansea, have worked together closely to improve the range and quality of post-16 provision. Students at Bishop Vaughan can choose from 32 subjects at Level 3 across the two sites and can also access a further eight options through the local authority’s sixth form consortium. The school has developed systematic and rigorous procedures to monitor the quality of the courses and ensure students are making good progress.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
 25/08/2012   Categories: Estyn
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