Stay Local - Go Further with East Durham College's Sixth Form, ED6.
Offering a range of carefully-chosen A Levels to reflect the qualifications which leading universities are looking for when they recruit their undergraduates, ED6 Sixth Form at East Durham College is a fantastic place to learn with consistently excellent A Level results for our students (100% pass rate for ALL subjects in 2016, 2017 and 2018).
On top of that, in 2018 out of all our students:
- 33% gained A* - A grades
- 57% gained A*- B grades
- 84% gained A* - C grades
ED6 is based at East Durham College's Peterlee campus. We offer an excellent range of facilities for students and excellent tuition thanks to our highly qualified teaching staff.
Stay Local. Go Further with ED6.
A Levels at ED6 Sixth Form
If you're considering moving on to study A Levels after your time at school, there's three good reasons why you should consider ED6 as your place of study: the courses we offer, the staff who will teach you and the first-class learning facilities you'll enjoy during your time here.
The range of A-levels we offer are carefully selected - we don't offer every A Level, we just offer the ones that matter most. They're the ones that are most respected and valued by leading universities. They're the ones that give you the best chance of attending the university of your choice and to get the degree you're looking for.
There's a wide choice of combinations available, so you'll be able to find the perfect match for your talents, interests and ambitions.
We offer the following A Level subjects at ED6 sixth form:
- A Level Art & Design, Fine Art
- A Level Art & Design, Graphical Communication
- A Level Art & Design, Photography
- A Level Biology
- A Level Business Studies
- A Level Chemistry
- A Level Computer Science
- A Level Economics
- A Level English Language
- A Level English Literature
- A Level Further Maths
- A Level History
- A Level Law
- A Level Maths
- A Level Media Studies
- A Level Physical Education
- A Level Physics
- A Level Psychology
- A Level Sociology
- BTEC Level 3 National Certificate/Diploma in Computing with Games Development (equivalent to one A Level)
- Edexcel Level 3 Certificate in Mathematics in Context (equivalent to one AS Level)
- WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate/Diploma in Criminology (equivalent to one A Level)
- WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate/Diploma in Psychology (equivalent to one A Level)
- BTEC in Applied Science (equivalent to three A Levels)
Five Hours Teaching Time
We are committed to providing you with high quality, challenging teaching and outstanding support so that you achieve your potential and realise your goals.
At ED6 we are proud to offer our students a full five hours, per subject, per week classroom teaching time – whist many other sixth forms are reducing their teaching hour down to four and a half or even four hours in some cases. Quite a difference over the course of a year.
Small Class Sizes
The classes at ED6 are small, this allows for a more personalised approach to teaching and the opportunity to discuss topics in more depth with the lecturers; thus it often seems more like a university tutorial where students can challenge and develop our own ideas.
East Durham Sixth Form Website & Prospectus
If you’d like to find out more information about ED6, please visit the ED6 website at www.ed6.ac.uk or you can download the prospectus below:
Results 2016, 2017 & 2018
- 100% pass rate for A level – above national average.
- 100% pass rate for BTEC Applied Science – above national average.
- 100% of our students gained 2+ A levels.
What Do ED6 Students Think?
Don't just take our word for it - our very own ED6 students also have plenty of good things to say about East Durham College's sixth form!
Take a look at these videos below for more information about courses, opportunities and what's great about the college's facilities.
To see full details on each of our A Level courses, run at the Peterlee Campus in County Durham, please click on any of the courses listed below.
Available full and part time course(s) listed below:
The full time courses listed below are for the academic year 2019/20, starting September 2019. For part-time courses please see the start date within the course page itself.