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Sixth Form

Applications for September 2024 are now closed.

A-Level Results Day: Thursday, 15th August

The Academy will be open for you to collect your A-Level results in person on Thursday, 15th August, between 08:00am – 11:00am.

Members of the Sixth Form team will be in on results day to support students with their UCAS offers and with clearing. If you are unable to collect your results in person and would like to send someone else in your place, you must inform the Exams Officer by completing the online form accessed here https://forms.office.com/e/rnZwAimiH1 by Friday, 26thJuly. Please note the following:

  • - Anyone you nominate to collect your results will also need to bring photo ID with them
  • - Any emailed results will be sent out after 12:00pm on the day
  • - No results will be given out over the phone
  • - If you have any issues with accessing this form, please email our Exams Officer directly karoly@pimlico.futureacademies.org

Exam certificates will be available for personal collection late November 2024.  Please check Pimlico Academy’s Facebook page or Twitter for further updates. You will need your exam certificates in the future as proof of your qualifications.


Our Results 

We are very proud of the excellent results that students received this summer. Some highlights include:

  • 77.4% of all results were A*-C putting us above the national average. ​
  • Our average progress score throughout the last few turbulent years of COVID continued to put Pimlico Academy in the top 25% of schools nationally for A Level results which demonstrates our excellent teaching and ability to build resilience and support students. ​

2024 uni stats: ​

  • We have two students who have offers from Oxbridge ​
  • 67.2% of our current year 13 students have offers from Russel Group Universities. ​
  • As of the End of April we have 235 successful offers to universities from 64 students – this is an excellent proportion of offers. 

"Our sixth form prioritises academic opportunities for students, both within their lessons and beyond the taught curriculum. Our smaller class sizes at A-level, with an average of twelve students per class, ensure that teachers are able to provide high levels of individual support to students. 

Moreover, our teachers provide opportunities for students to engage more deeply and widely with their subjects through our subject specific lecture programme and our super curricular offer.

We do not view our sixth form experience as only being a two-year period; rather, it is a journey from year 11 through to future careers and adult life.

Ensuring that students are provided with the best guidance while writing their UCAS applications is just one way in which we support students.

As a result of this support, a high number of students are successful in applying to, and being accepted into, the most prestigious universities, including Oxbridge and Russell Group universities.” 

Sixth form prospectus

Sixth form prospectus

Course booklet

Course booklet

Pastoral Care 

In the sixth form we offer a bespoke programme of pastoral support to our students. The Head of Sixth Form is supported by a Sixth Form Co-ordinator, Head of Year 12 and a Head of Year 13 a non teaching Enrichment and Higher Education Co-ordinator and a Careers Co-ordinator. Students are supported by this team on a daily basis to achieve their full potential during their time in the sixth form.

Tutors play an active role in each student’s sixth form journey; they are the first port of call for any concerns and support, and they ensure that each student is achieving their potential in every aspect of sixth form life. Tutor sessions allow the tutor to check on student wellbeing, UCAS applications, study skills and careers guidance.


Sixth form summer work

Sixth form summer work