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Welcome to Wells Cathedral Sixth Form, a private sixth form college with a rich and long history, whilst very much looking to the future.

This page describes some of the many opportunities that our private sixth form college offers, although it can never fully capture the unique atmosphere that makes Wells what it is. We have prepared this Virtual Tour to provide an overview of what we have to offer:

If this has piqued your interest, we would be delighted to either arrange a visit to meet us in person (nothing beats seeing our school in action!) or set up an online meeting.  Please contact our Admissions team to set up an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you!


We want every pupil to enjoy their time at Wells whilst developing into their best possible self and preparing for their next steps...

At Wells we aim to provide all pupils with a family environment within a kind and caring community where they can be happy, healthy and, most importantly, who they are.  With the houses situated in the heart of the school, this warm atmosphere extends into the day to day life of every student making Wells not just a school but a home.

Our purpose is to ensure all members of our community have a sense of belonging and are contented, balanced and confident individuals who have the necessary tools to live safe, joyful and fulfilling lives. We understand growing up is a learning process – young adults will make mistakes and need to be allowed to learn from them in a safe, supportive environment. We seek to make sure that all members of the community have a high level of spiritual awareness, emotional intelligence and self control and are also active and responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to the school and the wider world.

We achieve our aims through having a strong set of values and beliefs and a culture of learning around pastoral care. Our pastoral professional development programme continually raises the standard of our staff expertise, and our staff working parties look into the latest research and best practice. We have an extensive PSHE programme that invites input from high calibre speakers, and we involve pupils in developing their own well-being initiatives.  

Available to each pupil is a team of dedicated staff, which includes tutors, houseparents, heads of year, professional counsellors, qualified nurses and doctors and a deputy head responsible for pastoral care whose primary role is to support pupils through the challenges that growing up presents. Having such a range of staff available to help with anything and everything ensures each pupil has someone they can trust to turn to if they need it. We believe that we must work in close partnership with parents to ensure each child can develop into their best self. We seek to initiate and always welcome frequent, open and honest communication.

Boarding at Wells

Ritchie House is our bespoke, sixth form only co-educational house designed to provide a stepping stone from school life to university. There are three distinct areas: the main house, a modern wing (Ritchie Gardens) and a satellite house (Brock House). Ritchie has a modern design with en-suite rooms, a beautiful university campus feel and a large walled garden. A resident houseparent and assistant, along with a non-resident matron and a number of regular staff, support our sixth formers and ensure the house runs smoothly.

House life is purposeful and fun. Sixth form committees help lead the house to encourage greater independence. Boarders mix with our day sixth formers who are also assigned to the house and take part in our friendly house competitions. Find out more about boarding at Wells.

Dining at Wells

The school chefs provide three cooked meals a day, including a vegetarian option and salad bar in a modern, airy dining hall. The dining hall is a place for pupils to meet and enjoy healthy fresh food and catch up with friends; the separate snack bar is another option for healthy food when schedules become hectic. Pupils have access to their houses throughout the day, and they can make toast and sandwiches in the house kitchens.

Curriculum at our Sixth Form

Our motto be what you are is reflected in our approach to our curriculum. All of our pupils extend their 'core' education with the vast range of co-curricular activities on offer - ranging from sport and creative arts to outdoor education, CCF and beyond - these opportunities allow them to develop their talents and discover new ones both in and outside of the classroom within an accepting community that encourages everyone to be exactly what they are and become the best version of themselves.

Our  independent sixth form college gives pupils the inspiration and independence that they crave along with the flexibility and vast range of opportunities needed to help them meet their potential. The curriculum caters both for those who want breadth and variety of academic possibilities and for those requiring depth and intensity. We vary our subject choices across the traditional divisions of the arts, sciences and humanities on demand. Musicians can adopt a flexible programme, which allows them more time for music practice and performance.

Our Sixth Form pupils study A levels together with the opportunity to work for the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) which we believe provides the best structure for both specialisation and breadth.

We offer a broad and flexible range of subjects, tailored to the needs of our pupils. This means the final subjects on offer in any particular year will vary depending on their interests. Please see below for our current A level subjects on offer. In recent years this has meant the addition of subjects such as History of Art and Classical Civilisations. Please contact us if you would be interested in studying something other than what is currently on offer, and we’d be delighted to explore your request further, subject to demand and resources.

Wells also provides a full and rich programme around and beyond academic choices. All pupils study PSHE, life skills and take part in a regular enrichment programme of visiting talks through our DeWinton Series. We also encourage you to commit to a range of other activities, such as music, sport, drama, public speaking, Combined Cadet Force, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme, community service and many others.

With all the opportunities on offer, many parents (and Sixth Formers) worry about the possibility of overload! We find that careers advice and tutor consultation are vital, and we ensure that pupils enjoy a range of co-curricular activities and non-academic commitments alongside their programme of academic education.

A Level Subjects

Art History
Classics: Classical Civilisations
Classics: Latin

English Literature
Further Maths

Music Technology
Philosophy & Ethics (RPE)
Physical Education
Theatre Studies


We award academic scholarships to talented young pupils. Please see this page for more information and how to apply. We also have mathematics scholarships for pupils who take part in our Specialist Mathematics Programme.

Latest Academic News

Creative Arts

We provide a vast range of various creative arts opportunities with the aim to inspire the future generation to be freely expressive, imaginative and resourceful in an ever changing landscape of challenges.  By doing this, we find that our pupils obtain ‘that extra spark’ that makes them stand out.
We are the
Independent School

of the Year 2020
for Performing Arts

Children at Wells are enthusiastic, creative, and open minded. They achieve amazing results.

John Dyer (Internationally renowned painter and Wells parent)

Our philosophy

We aim to inspire a lifelong passion for the creative arts by giving pupils of all abilities – even those who might not consider themselves as ‘naturally creative’ – the confidence and opportunities to perform and try a variety of styles.

Our curriculum is complemented by workshops by visiting artists, trips and co-curricular activities. Because of our approach to creative arts, our pupils achieve success across the arts, whether seen in their quality of art or performance, or in the excellent results achieved in their Trinity or A-level qualifications.


In addition to our curriculum lessons, we offer 1:1, paired and group tuition in many dance styles. We can provide examination classes in Modern Theatre with ISTD. Modern Theatre dance is often seen on the stages of musical productions and is known for its theatrical qualities. We also offer a range of styles without examination – contemporary, street, jazz, musical theatre dance and beginners ballet – that build upon dance skills, technique and confidence from lessons and support any further dance tuition.

Our Dance Companies have competed in national dance competitions such as The Big Dance Off. Dance Troupes are formed to choreograph impressive routines for various dramatic and musical productions. We support pupil-led initiatives, such as the recent Street Dance outfit ‘Blanc’ and the multi-disciplinary project ‘Reborn’: a Dance, Lighting, Drama, Music Tech and Percussion Project, providing the pupils with performance opportunities in Cedars Hall and at showcase events.


Our varied programme of opportunities ranges from the classics to the eclectic. We often take our shows out to professional venues, and our recent shows for pupils in Years 10+ include A Christmas Carol, Grease, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Strode Theatre) and Michael Morpurgo’s Private Peaceful (Cedars Hall). Our production of Les Misérables was even attended by its original producer, Sir Cameron Mackintosh. We also produced a professionally filmed production of Our Country’s Good.

Our House Drama competition ‘The Bigny Cup’, and smaller ‘Fringe’ productions that run throughout the year ensure that all have the opportunity to perform. 

For all pupils, our private sixth form college offers individual, pair or group tuition in both Speech and Drama and Musical Theatre as well as an extensive programme of theatre visits and professional theatre workshops.

Scholarships are available for current ability and potential.

Senior School production of A Christmas Carol
December 2021
Cedars Hall

Senior School film of Our Country’s Good
June 2021
Filmed in Cedars Hall

Senior School production of Grease
December 2019
Strode Theatre

Senior School production of Private Peaceful
December 2018
Cedars Hall

Senior School production of Beauty and the Beast
December 2017
Strode Theatre

Senior School production of The Crucible
by Arthur Miller
December 2016, Cedars Hall​

Senior School production of Les Misérables
December 2015
Strode Theatre 

Fine art

 A level pupils each have their own studio space and may work in drawing, painting, sculpture, 3D construction, installation, printmaking, photography, film, video and mixed media.

We have regular trips to art galleries, and pupils have the opportunity to attend workshops with a diverse range of local and world-renowned artists. Our pupils’ work is regularly exhibited in our gallery space in the John Baxter Foyer of Cedars Hall. Scholarships are available based on current ability and potential.

Food studies

Pupils study Food Studies in Lower Sixth as part of their life skills curriculum. In addition to our food studies curriculum, we offer a wide range of other opportunities to experience cooking, such as: Christmas cake club, make your own lunch club, after school cookery club, senior cookery activities and holiday cookery courses. We also support pupils who wish to enter the Rotary Young Chef annual competition.


We are unique in being one of the four Specialist Music Schools in England but within a setting of an independent sixth form college. This allows us to cater for musicians of exceptional talent on specifically designed programmes that puts music at the centre of the pupil’s daily school routine, but it also enables us to be able to provide a very broad range of musical opportunities for those who pursue music as a hobby.

One-to-one instrumental lessons are available with world-renowned teachers, and pupils can make the most of our many and varied ensemble opportunities, including choirs, orchestras, instrumental groups in all genres and music theatre. Music scholarships are based on current ability and potential.

Click here to find out more about our specialist music programme.


Pupils can progress their Photography with our A level course, which aims to provide them with the creative skills and understanding of a variety of photographic genres, media and processes.

We mainly use digital cameras and software, however pupils have opportunities to explore alternative media, such as film and sunography. We have visited Tate Modern, the National Portrait Gallery and the Photographer’s Gallery, and had workshops from Clive Barda and Ziggy Jacobs.

We emphasise developing independence and pursuing personal lines of enquiry. Our moderators have remarked: “Creative making was a strength amongst all candidates at Wells. They experimented purposefully with a range of photographic techniques. This led to a range of quality outcomes.”

GCSE and A Level Photography Examples

Latest Creative Arts News


We hope every pupil will find a sport he or she can enjoy and will continue with after they leave school to maintain a healthy lifestyle, so we make sport and physical activity an integral part of our overall education.  We offer our pupils a wide range of sports to play, and we give them support and expertise to help them to develop their performance in the areas they choose.

When you come to Wells, the first thing that strikes you is our amazing grounds – we’re so lucky to have one of the most stunning cricket pitches in the country. But even more important than that is the quality of the staff. I’m so proud to have an amazing team here who are incredibly talented and deeply dedicated to supporting our pupils.

Our philosophy is to enable and empower our pupils – whatever their ability level – to understand their own bodies and what they need to do progress and improve. Happily, we have some great success stories of Wells pupils representing their county and even their country.

I’m passionate about what we do, and I’d love to show you around our beautiful part of the world. Please get in touch – I look forward to hearing from you.

Tom Webley, Director of Sport

Overview of Performance Sports at Wells
Our Private Sixth Form College Sport Facilities

Our outstanding facilities include:

  • Cedars Field, widely recognised as being one of the finest cricket pitches in the county
  • a state-of-the-art new astro used for hockey in the winter and tennis in the summer
  • a large sports hall that boasts a fitness suite and climbing wall
  • an open-air swimming pool with a retractable roof that is enjoyed year-round
  • hard courts for tennis and netball
  • a dance studio
  • two full-size pitches suitable for rugby, football, cricket and athletics
  • a new Sports Pavilion, providing lovely views of Cedars Field for spectators.
Our Sport Coaches

Our Director of Sport, Tom Webley is a former professional cricketer for Somerset CCC and has completed his ECB Level 4 Master Coach Award. He is supported by a team of passionate qualified coaches and teachers. Our Heads for each sport include Daniel Trick (Cricket and Rugby), Tammie Williams (Netball), Charlotte Tibbs (Football), James Mayes (Hockey) and Gemma Pritchard (Girls’ Tennis).

The in-house team is complemented by regular visits from professional sport consultants, who inspire our pupils through masterclasses and lectures. We have outstanding links with Bath Rugby, Bath Netball, Somerset County Cricket Club, and England Hockey, which further enhances the opportunities we provide for our elite athletes to gain County, Regional and National honours.

It’s fantastic working with the Wells Cathedral Staff and pupils. They are pioneering an empowering approach to developing innovative, problem solving, self sufficient learners.

Brian Ashton, former England Rugby Head Coach and our current Sports Mentor


We offer a number of sport options across the year, including:

  • Air Rifle Club
  • Athletics
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Circuit Training
  • Cricket
  • Fencing
  • Football
  • Hockey
  • Judo
  • Netball
  • Rounders
  • Rugby
  • Running Club
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball

Our competitive 1st teams play regularly on a strong circuit across the region in all major sports. We provide training pre-season and during the week and support our pupils who represent the County or above in their chosen sports, some of whom have gone on to represent Great Britain and help win County and Regional Championships. We extend our offering through our links to local clubs – such as Bath Rugby Club, Clifton Robinsons HC and Tor Netball Club – and by providing workshops from visiting professional athletes. Some of our athletes have extended their development with overseas tours to experience sport abroad.

Pupils of all abilities have opportunities to take part in sport at an appropriate level to enable them to develop their skills and be part of a team. Every term, day and boarding pupils are encouraged to take part in competitions for house trophies, and everyone has a healthy competitive spirit for the house championships. Our fitness suite stays open after school.

We have a Sport Scholars Programme for pupils who have the potential to make an outstanding contribution to Sport at Wells.

Leadership opportunities

We offer an outstanding Sports Leadership Programme. In Lower Sixth, our sports leaders undertake a practical-based course to learn how to deliver sport safely as well as earn their Young First Aider qualification. The programme culminates in a sports leader-led tournament.


We award scholarships for current ability and potential. In addition to a financial award, scholars flourish with extra sport sessions, mentoring, regular personal fitness meetings and specialist support. Our sport enrichment programme aims to support each pupil to balance academic lessons with extra training and competitions so that all of our sports scholars will be able to achieve the best of his or her ability. We review our scholarship programme regularly.  Please see this page for more information and how to apply.

Pupil perspectives
Latest sport news


Pupils can choose from a wide variety of co-curricular activities, which aim to accommodate all abilities and most interests, at lunchtimes. Our extensive range of indoor or outdoor pursuits take place during lunch, after school and at weekends so you can be sure to find something that suits you.

Art Scholars
Book Club
Christian Union
Christmas Cake Club
Cipher Challenge
Cook your own lunch
Creative Writing
Eco Club
French Spelling Bee
Green Power (Engineering club)
Historical Boardgames
Introduction to Chinese
KS3 science club
Music Tech
Polydorian (History)
Psychology Extension
Reading Spa
Spectrum (LGBTQ+)
Think Tank

Wednesday Activities

Clay Pigeon Shooting
Community Service
Design and Marketing Team
Divergent Thinking
Model Unite Nations
Reading Spa
Senior School Production
Symphony Orchestra
Writing Spa


There are a huge number of music activities. See our Specialist Music section for more information.


Fundamental Movement
Tag Rugby
Table Tennis

See Our Leaflets For More Information

Outdoor Learning

Outdoor learning complements and reinforces the excellent learning that takes place inside the classroom. Learning through adventure, preferably in the outdoors, is one of the most effective ways to develop character traits such as resilience, resourcefulness and self confidence.

Learning in the outdoors, being exposed to risk, appreciating the natural world and working in teams are some of the most effective ways to develop character traits such as resilience, courage, resourcefulness, creativity and self-confidence.

Our pupils enjoy an extensive outdoor education programme which is experiential and reflective.

Oliver Kershaw, Director of Outdoor Learning


We have a thriving optional Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Award scheme. Pupils can enrol on the DofE Award at any of the three levels: Bronze, Silver or Gold. They achieve a DofE Award by completing a personal programme of activities in four sections. They’ll find themselves doing activities such as helping people in the community, getting fitter, developing skills and going on an expedition. We offer Bronze in Year 9, Silver in Year 10 and Gold in Lower Sixth. Over 100 pupils sign up for the scheme each year with an incredible rate of success.

Our co-curricular activity options include: camp craft, natural navigation, teamwork, orienteering, expedition first aid, marksmanship, problem solving and decision making. We organise camping trips, rock climbing, hill walking, archery, bushcraft, adventurous activity residentials and expeditions to far flung parts of the globe, such as skiing in the Alps and trekking to Everest Base Camp and Machu Picchu.

Where we go

Our pupils are able to walk north from the school into the beautiful limestone Mendip Hills or to the sprawling Somerset levels. We benefit greatly from having two richly diverse environments on our doorstep. Our extensive programme includes abseiling at Split Rock Quarry and rock climbing at Fairy Cave Quarry. Our climbing wall is reset biannually and used every day for Games options. Bushcraft skills are taught in the woods surrounding the school, and archery is taught on site. Every pupil has the opportunity to try caving and make the most of this rich tradition here in Somerset.

Our Royal Navy cadets learn to sail at Cheddar Reservoir as well as scuba dive in our swimming pool. Our Army cadets use the brand new Army Cadet Force shooting range in Wells and Yoxter Combined Cadet Force training area to develop their marksmanship skills each week.

Pupil perspectives

We are one of only 257 schools in the UK with a Combined Cadet Force (CCF) contingent, which is a unique educational partnership. Through enjoyable military-themed and adventurous activities, our cadets have the opportunity to take responsibility and develop skills, such as leadership, self-reliance, resourcefulness, endurance and perseverance.

Our CCF is an optional activity, and alternative opportunities are available for those who would prefer not to take part. The CCF is not part of the UK Armed Forces. While adult volunteers and cadets do wear uniform, they do not incur any liability for service or compulsory training in the Armed Forces as a result of being a CCF member.

The Combined Cadet Force at Wells currently has 130 pupils, and they can join either the Royal Navy, Army or Royal Marines Band sections which all offer fantastic opportunities whether it be gliding, sailing, scuba diving or fieldcraft to name but a few.

Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh Award (DofE Award) is optional and entirely voluntary. In Lower Sixth, pupils can enter the DofE Award at Gold Level. They achieve a DofE Award by completing a personal programme of activities in four sections. They’ll find themselves doing activities such as helping people in the community, getting fitter and developing skills. Gold Award participants need to complete a Practice Expedition and a Qualifying Expedition; both are four days and three nights. The Practice Expedition takes place during the Easter Holidays and the Qualifying Expedition over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Latest Outdoor Education News

Leadership Opportunities

Our leadership opportunities available throughout the School are great experiences for individual development and play a significant role in developing the School’s community atmosphere. In the Sixth Form, these opportunities become especially prominent.

Pupils in the Lower Sixth have the opportunity to be part of our Sports Leadership Programme and are also invited to form part of the Sixth Form Council. In the Upper Sixth, pupils are able to become leaders within the whole School and contribute to the Wells community through the pupil leader/prefect system.

Working alongside the Head Boy and Head Girl is the pupil leader team, comprised of House captains, sports and music representatives and other prefects. Pupil leaders and prefects play an extremely important role in the day-to-day running of the School.  Being a leader is a very fulfilling job. The duties provide the chance to talk and work with other pupils of all ages, be a role model and act as an approachable peer.

Event on the Lawn

Event on the Lawn, a musical extravaganza event, is 100% organised by our sixth form pupils. The aim of the event is to raise money for the School’s charitable project called The Sierra Leone Project. This project started in 2009 and aims to support academic and musical work in schools across Freetown, but mostly with the Ballanta Academy of Music and Performing Arts (BAMPA), and the JT Reffel French Memorial School.


Academic results are an important part of what we do as a school, but for us they are the results of a good education not the target. Our focus is on producing well rounded pupils who will go on to be successful individuals in society throughout their lives, and for that reason we are more interested in the types of people they will be in 10, 20 or more years after they have left school. That said, we believe that because of this approach our academic examination results continue to be some of the best of any co-educational day and boarding schools in the South West.
A Level Result Summary 2023
Entrants awarded an A* or A (42%)
Entrants awarded an A* to B (74%)
Entrants awarded an A* to C (88%)
Entrants awarded an A* to E (100%)
A Level Result Summary 2022
Entrants awarded A*-A: 57%
Entrants awarded A*-B: 81%
Entrants awarded A*-C: 92%
Entrants awarded A*-E: 100%
A Level Result Summary 2021
Entrants awarded A*-A: 61%
Entrants awarded A*-B: 80%
Entrants awarded A*-C: 93%
Entrants awarded A*-E: 100%

Destinations of Leavers

We start the journey to higher education and offer advice and information on university courses, careers and vocational training that are geared towards each individual pupil.
Preparing for the next step

Our UCAS Advisor talks to all pupils entering our Sixth Form to ensure they are happy with their course choices and works closely with all pupils as they begin to think about universities and careers.

We organise an information morning in the spring of the Lower Sixth with talks from admissions tutors and former pupils from universities. Our advisor organises a trip to the UCAS fair, Oxford as well as practice interviews and work experience. Pupils are encouraged and supported in attending university open days.

We have a very honest and open process in which parents are encouraged to participate fully, and our advisor is available for individual appointments if parents or pupils would like to discuss anything. This support continues through to results day and beyond as pupils confirm their choices or even change their minds!


Most of our pupils progress to some form of higher education, many with places at Russell Group universities. In 2022, 93% of our leavers got into their first choice university; please see the following lists for more information. Please note that the destinations of our music specialists are listed separately here.

Leavers 2023

Bath – Sport Management and Coaching with professional placement
Bath – Education with Psychology with professional placement
Bath – Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence BSc
Bath – Sport (Sports Performance)
Bath Spa – Fashion Photography
Bath Spa – Fashion Photography
Bath Spa – Law
Bath Spa – Psychology (Professional Placement Year)
Brighton – Finance and Investment
Bristol – Medicine – MBChB Standard entry
Bristol – Mathematics and Philosophy
Bristol – Liberal Arts with Study Abroad
Bristol – Neuroscience
Bristol – Politics and International Relations
Bristol – Philosophy
Bristol – Music
Cambridge – Music
Cardiff – Music
Cardiff – Ancient History
Durham – English Literature
Durham – English Literature
Durham – Mathematics (3 years)
Durham – Sociology
Durham – Modern Languages and Cultures (with Year Abroad)
Edinburgh – Geography
Edinburgh – History of Art
Edinburgh – English Language
Edinburgh – Business with Enterprise and Innovation
Edinburgh – Philosophy
Exeter – Exercise and Sport Sciences
Exeter – Politics, Philosophy and Economics
Exeter – Psychology
Exeter – Liberal Arts With Study Abroad
Exeter – Computer Science
Exeter – Nutrition
Falmouth – Game Development: Design with Integrated Foundation Year
Hartpury – Animal Behaviour and Welfare
Hartpury – Sport and Exercise Nutrition
Institut Catholique de Paris – Philosophy and Ethics
King’s College London – Music
Lancaster – Architecture
Leeds – Liberal Arts
Leeds – Philosophy, Politics and Economics
Leeds – Music with Enterprise
Leicester – Law
Liverpool – Medicine
Liverpool – Dental Surgery
Loughborough – English
Manchester – Mental Health Nursing
Manchester – Management (International Business Economics)WIE
Nottingham Trent – Psychology
Oxford – Music
Queen Mary, London – Biomedical Sciences
Reading – Psychology
Royal Holloway, London – Computer Science (Software Engineering) with a Year – in – Industry
Royal Holloway, University of London – Geography, Geopolitics and Global Affairs
Southampton – Electrical and Electronic Engineering
UCL (University College London) – Physics
UCL (University College London) – Statistics
UCL (University College London) – French and Latin
University – History
University of the Arts London – Film and Television
Warwick – Physics
Warwick – Philosophy
Westminster, London – Interior Architecture
Worcester – History
York – Music

Leavers 2022

Bath – Economics
Bath – International Development with Economics
Bath Spa – Business and Management (Entrepreneurship)
Birkbeck – Culinary Management
Bristol – Music and French
Bristol – Pharmacology
Cardiff – Business Economics
Cardiff – Law
Cardiff – Modern History and Politics (Integrated)
Cardiff – Psychology
Chichester – Audio Production and Music Technologies
Chichester – Law
Coventry – Dietetics
Durham – Biological Sciences
Durham – Maths
Durham – PPE
East Anglia UEA – Drama and Creative Writing
Edinburgh – English
Exeter – Accounting and Finance
Exeter – English and Drama
Exeter – Medical Imaging (Diagnostic Radiography)
Exeter – Modern Languages
Hartpury – Sports Therapy
HKUST – Science
Imperial College London – Geophysics
Keele – Rehab Science
King’s College London – English
King’s College London – Geography
LAMDA – Acting
Lancaster University – Theoretical Physics
Loughborough University – Sport and Exercise Psychology
Manchester Metropolitan University – Sociology
Newcastle University – Marketing and Management
Nottingham – Geography
Nottingham – Music
Nottingham – Natural Sciences
Oxford – Music
Queen Mary University of London – Medicine
Royal Holloway – Philosophy
Royal Holloway, London – Business and Management
Sheffield Hallam – Photography
Southampton – Oceanography
St George’s, London – Medicine
Swansea – Mechanical Engineering
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology – Engineering
UCL (University College London) – Arts and Sciences with Study Abroad
UCL (University College London) – Chemistry

Leavers 2021

Aberdeen – Celtic and Anglo Saxon Studies
Aston – Medicine
Bangor – Adventure Sport Science
Birmingham – Physiotherapy
Brighton – Photography
Bristol – Music and Italian (4 years)
Bristol – Geology
Cambridge – Music
Cardiff – Mechanical Engineering
Cardiff – Chemistry
Cardiff – Civil Engineering
Cardiff Met – Speech and Language Therapy
Central St. Martins – Fashion
Chichester – Physical Education (Secondary QTS)
Clearing – Medicine
Dundee – Adult Nursing
Dundee – Dentistry
Durham – Geology
Durham – Criminology
Durham – Management
Durham – Geography
Durham – Anthropology
Durham – Philosophy and Theology
Durham – Modern Languages and Cultures (with Year Abroad)
Durham – Classics
Durham – Anthropology and Archaeology
Edinburgh – English Literature and Classics
Essex – World Performance
Exeter – Exercise and Sport Sciences
Exeter – Philosophy and Theology
Exeter – Psychology
Exeter – History and Archaeology
Glasgow – Psychology
Imperial – Chemistry
KCL – Music
KCL – Liberal Arts
Lancaster – Computer Science
Lancaster – Mechanical Engineering
Leeds – Natural Sciences
LIPA – Sound Technology
Liverpool Hope – Music and Psychology
Loughborough – Natural Sciences
Loughborough – Mathematics and Sport Science (with placement year)
LSE – Data Science
Manchester – Management
Manchester – Aerospace Engineering
Newcastle – Computer Science
Nottingham – History
Oxford – Music
Oxford – Classics
Oxford Brookes – Engineering (with foundation)
Oxford Brookes – Business Entrepreneurship + Enterprise
Oxford Brookes – Sport and Exercise Science
Portsmouth – Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology
Queen Mary – International Relations with Business Management
Queen Mary – Robotics Engineering
Queen Mary – Astrophysics with Year Abroad
Queen Mary – International Relations
RCM – Music
Reading – Philosophy and Politics
Royal Holloway – Music with Philosophy
Royal Holloway – Psychology
Sheffield – Sport and Exercise Science
Sheffield – Korean Studies
St. Andrew’s – Medicine
Surrey – Music and Sound Recording (Tonmeister)
Surrey – Music and Technology
Trinity St Davids – Motorsport Engineering
UCL – Arts and Sciences
UCL – Physics
UCL – Applied Medical Sciences
UCL – Physics
UCL – Engineering (Civil)
UEA – Developmental Psychology
Warwick – Economics
Warwick – Economics
Warwick – Economics
Worcester – Economics
York – Economics

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His Majesty King Charles III retains Patronage of Wells Cathedral School
We are delighted that His Majesty King Charles III will remain the Patron of Wells Cathedral School.

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