Students are assigned a personal mentor from the 6th form Pastoral Team who they will meet on a weekly basis. The pastoral team is headed by the experienced Head of 6th form who has overall responsibility for the students both academically and pastorally. All 6th form students are required to attend lessons on a regular basis and to use the 6th form study areas during designated non-teaching time.
Denbigh High School has an inclusive and welcoming 6th form. It forms part of The Dyffryn Clwyd Dinbych Sixth Form Partnership and as such is able to offer an extensive range of Advanced Level and BTEC courses. The school has a reputation for high quality teaching in Years 12 and 13 across all curriculum areas and we are proud of the examination results gained by our students. All of our students either go on to university or are successful in gaining employment.
A 6th form prospectus detailing courses on offer, progress tracking systems, the extra curricular enrichment programme and further information about life in Years 12 and 13 is available upon request.