Sixth Form News

  • BSc Geography graduate wins The Wellington Medal

    Heather Needham, BSc Geography graduate, has been announced as the 2021 winner of The Wellington Medal. The award recognises the studentā€™s excellent academic achievements and contributions to Kingā€™s during their time at university and their potential for the future. The Wellington Medal is awarded each year to one outstanding undergraduate student at Kingā€™s College London in the year of their graduation. The award recognises high academic achievements and other contributions the student has made during their time at university to acknowledge their impressive future potential.
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  • CONGRATULATIONS TO U6P

    Congratulations to U6P who beat U6H 130-75 in today's Year 13 UC quiz final - looking forward to next Wednesday's Sixth Form final where U6P will take on L6P.Ā 
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  • Sixth Form Debating Club

    A brilliant firstĀ debateĀ of the year on whether monuments to controversial figures should remain. A finely balanced contest was won by Olivia Wilkinson and Ben LathamĀ againstĀ Adam Bluck and Alex Fowler. Well done to all involved and some excellent questions from the audience too - special mention to Ed Cullen for strong contributions.Ā 

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  • Hutton Sixth Form Remote Taster

    Calling all Year 10 students - theĀ Hutton Sixth Form Remote TasterĀ goesĀ live at five on Thursday 8th July. Make sure you get your invite by asking teachers at your school.

    Hutton Sixth Form is so different to the big colleges and gets the best A level results in central Lancashire :Ā A level performance at the end of 16-18 in 2019

    If you have any questions please email Mr Hill - j.hill1@huttongrammar.org

    See you on theĀ 8th July - live at five.
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  • Reading List Scholarship

    Albert Blak - who has just finished his 2 years at Hutton Sixth Form studying Law, Psychology and Religious Studies - has won the Reading List Foundation scholarship. This was awarded for to Albert for his resilience and diligent approach to studies. He will receive Ā£250 worth of books from Blackwells which will help him make a great start to his degree at Durham University where he is reading Psychology. Well done Albert and good luck at university!
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