Welcome to TBOWA 6th Form
6th Form Open Evening for 2023 entry
Thursday 6th October 2022, 5.30pm - 7.30pm with Principal's address at 6pm.
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At The Bishop of Winchester Academy, we provide an outstanding post-16 education, offering high quality teaching through an exciting and diverse curriculum of both academic and vocational courses.
Students can choose to study A Levels, subjects from the vocational pathway or a combination of both. Students receive outstanding pastoral support and guidance, with a wide range of enrichment activities. There are weekly guest speakers to develop their skills and interests and broaden experiences, and we offer frequent opportunities to visit Universities.
To apply for a place at TBOWA 6th Form for 2023 entry:
Please go to the Application page.
Applications for 2023 entry will open on Friday 7th October 2022.
Application Deadline: 31 January 2023
We are delighted with the results of our students, who have worked so hard this year to achieve success and have delivered our best ever results for the Academy.
40.2% of all entries achieving A*-A (or equivalent) and 39.2% of our students achieved an A*-A and 60.8% an A*-B grade at A level. 21% of students secured a place at a Russell Group university including Oxford and Cambridge.
This year group coped exceptionally well with the challenges through two lockdowns and other times of self-isolation. Our online provision ensured that all students were supported and that they engaged really well. They worked hard throughout their two years and dealt with the pressure extremely well. They truly deserve their exceptional results.
These achievements are the result of the hard work put in by students, but also by TBOWA teaching staff. Students leave us having benefitted from our programme of support and career guidance, designed to ensure students will be able to ‘Live life to the full’.
- Lewis Brookes, who achieved A*, A*, A*, A* in Chemistry, Maths, Further Maths and Physics and is going on to read Physics at University of Oxford.
- Mate Fehervari, who achieved A*, A*, A*, A* in Computer Science, Maths, Further Maths and Physics and is going on to read Computer Science at University of Cambridge.
- Leo Kaper, who achieved A*, A*, A*, A* in Computer Science, Maths, Further Maths and Physics and is going on to read Computer Science at University of Bath.
- Alexander Mills, who achieved A*, A*, A*, A* in Computer Science, Maths, Further Maths and Physics and is going on to read Electronic Engineering with Computer Systems at University of Southampton.
- Hannah Cooke, who achieved A*, A, A in Geography, History and Religious Studies and is going on to read Geography at University of Birmingham.
- Megan Purchase, who achieved triple Distinction * and Distinction, in Sport and Applied Science and is going on to read Sports Therapy at Plymouth Marjon University.
- Mia Curtis, who achieved triple Distinction * and Distinction, in Sport and Business. Deferring University for next year.
- Courtney Brooks-Witt, achieved Distinction *, A, B in English Language, Art and History and is going on to read English Language and Linguistics at Cardiff University.
Other notable successes include:
Alfie Higgins (A*, A*, B, Distinction*); Rohan Maskrey (A*, A*, A*, A); Joshua Turk (A*, A, Distinction*); Ethan Spittles (A* ,A*, A*); Yosuf Nadeem (A*, A*, A); Sam Taylor (A*, A, A); Erin Nennstiel (A*, A, Distinction*, C); Leo Arogundade (A*, A, B); Mia Busby-Wallace (A*, A, B); Eva Smith (triple Distinction*); Alannah Ward (triple Distinction*).