Sixth form is a particularly formative time for our pupils. Exeter School offers excellent academic success, a wide range of extra-curricular activities and a supportive and caring staff. Our aim is to allow pupils to develop a sense of responsibility, teamwork and leadership skills as they prepare for life beyond school. Support and encouragement are offered as pupils make decisions towards achieving their future goals.
Our philosophy of character education is centred on our values of challenging ourselves, collaborating, acting with kindness and integrity, and serving others. Alongside academic studies, at the heart of our philosophy also lie the pillars of sport, music, art, and drama, which often play pivotal roles in the lives of our pupils.
Beyond the 40-period academic week, the school provides a rich tapestry of opportunities for curriculum enrichment, featuring an extensive array of vibrant clubs and societies available throughout the year. For example, a typical term at Exeter School would offer activities spanning art, chess, coding, Christian Union, dance, drama, debating, design, electronics, lifesaving, Medical Society, Model United Nations, photography, reading groups, sewing, science, and Warhammer. This kind of comprehensive list complements the many sporting clubs, musical ensembles, and drama rehearsals that are an integral part of our educational programme. For a more detailed glimpse into the diverse offerings, we encourage you to explore our clubs and activities booklet, specifically tailored to our senior school pupils.