Be highly successful and meet all the needs of the learners who attend
Work in unison with partnership stakeholders to ensure a smooth transition
Provide opportunities for all learners to become active citizens who are fit for the future and play a positive role in society
Ensure all our learners are secure in the next step of their education and future career aspirations
“6th Form College has made me realise that there is a far wider range of job opportunities in the career that I wish to go into. It has provided me with the opportunity to be able to really focus and develop my passion. “
Hannah Martin : 6th Form pupil
Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA)
If you are concerned about financial issues then the availability of EMA may help you.
EMA is a fortnightly payment that might help you with the cost of continuing your education in the 6th Form. You could receive payments of up to £30 a week, if you meet the following requirements:
You are aged 16-18 on the 31st August
Your household income is £20,817 or less (£23,077 if there are other young people in full time education who also qualify for child benefit in your household)
You meet the residence and nationality rules
You undertake an eligible course at school which involves at least 12 hours of guided learning each week
To apply for EMA you will need to:
1 Fill in and submit an EMA application. These forms are available from the school or can be accessed on the Student Finance Wales web site:
2 Once you have received your letter awarding you the allowance you will then need to read and sign the School Learning Agreement Form.