Moreton School’s Post 16 has a proven track record of success achieving 3rd in the city for attainment and 1st overall for vocational qualifications. We are committed to raising the achievement and aspirations of all students within Post 16.
Students within Post 16 follow programmes of study designed specifically to meet the individual needs of the students and is inclusive of level 2 and 3 qualifications via vocational and academic pathways.
Level 3 Academic subjects on offer include English Literature, Maths, Product Design, Art, Textiles and Drama.
Level 3 Vocational subjects include Extended Diplomas, Diplomas, Subsidiary Diplomas and Certificates in Applied Science, Child Care, Health and Social Care, Sport, Performing Arts Dance and Public Services.
Level 2 students follow a bespoke programme of study including Animal Care, Jamie Oliver Cooking, Cope, Horticulture and GCSE English and Maths.
All students participate in an established programme related to PSHE and personal development and follow qualification routes to include Life Skills, Cope and Extended Project, as well as following a comprehensive enrichment programme to include work experience and work based learning opportunities.
In September 2013 the Moreton Dragon’s Rugby League Academy was established which 16 students participate and follow a training regime combined with their study programme and represent the School within college and University Rugby League competitions. Working closely with established Rugby League teams such as Coventry Bears and Leeds Rhinos and linking study routes to those on offer through Gloucester University, Moreton Dragon participants are working toward securing a future within the remit of Rugby League.
From September 2014 Moreton Football Academy will open its doors for a group of talented future stars.
Post 16 has a friendly and inviting ethos and the development of individuals in preparation for life after KS5 is of primary importance. Staff within Post 16 are enthusiastic, approachable, supportive and work hard to establish mutually respectful relationships with students. Staff follow a rigorous and bespoke professional development programme to ensure that the highest level of support is offered to all students. With a dedicated well-resourced Post 16 centre, students have the necessary equipment and support available to develop their independent work skills as well as a safe and secure environment to complete independent study.
Moreton students who have completed their Post 16 education have then progressed onto further and higher education pathways, Apprenticeships, Work Based Learning Programmes and many have gone on to gainful employment across many sectors of life.
If you are interested in joining us in Post 16, then please do not hesitate to contact us for a tour and meet and greet.
Miss E. Noon
Director of Post 16