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The Sixth form, also referred to as "Year 12" and "Year 13" in the UK, plays a crucial role in preparing students for higher education or the professional world. It serves as the final two years of secondary education, bridging the gap between earlier schooling and the transition to university or employment. This stage offers students an invaluable opportunity to deepen their knowledge in chosen subjects, develop critical thinking skills, and cultivate the independence and maturity necessary for their future pursuits.


The sixth form curriculum is designed to be diverse, allowing students to tailor their studies according to their interests and aspirations. With a wide range of subjects available, including sciences, humanities, creative arts, and other educational pathways, pupils can specialise in subjects aligned with their passions and future career goals, enabling them to excel in their chosen fields.


The program goes beyond academics and emphasises holistic development in students. EMC recognizes the significance of personal growth, leadership skills, and community engagement. Through co-curricular activities, volunteering opportunities, and leadership programs, students develop a well-rounded skill set that prepares them to thrive in higher education and future professional endeavours.


Preparing students for their future is a top priority. We provide comprehensive support through career guidance, university counselling, and access to resources that help students make informed decisions about their higher education options and career pathways. The dedicated team ensures that pupils are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to embark on their desired paths with confidence.



Depending on their educational preferences and future plans, pupils can choose to pursue A-level qualifications. A-Levels (Advanced Level qualifications) are a UK subject-based qualification for students aged 16 and above. They are usually studied over two years, leading to qualifications recognised for entrance to higher education institutes in the UK and many others worldwide. Most higher education institutes require a minimum of 3 subjects. 


EMC’s dedicated adolescent guides and specialists provide personalised guidance to help pupils select the most suitable pathway to achieve their academic and career goals. There are no compulsory subjects with A Levels. Instead, students are free to choose the topics that interest them the most or feel will benefit them for their future studies or careers. Students typically study three subjects. 

Subjects include:

English Language 

English Literature





Chemistry, History, Geography, Psychology, Economics, Art, Design & Technology, Information Technology, Religious Studies, and Modern Foreign Languages.

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