Wyke Sixth Form College

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Once again, Wyke has topped the "A Level League Table" for state funded education in Hull with an average of 867 points per A level student.

To become part of the success story, read the concise guide to our entry criteria for level 3, now available to download. This includes updated GCSE averages, based upon top 6 GCSEs, and additional subject requirements.

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White House

The White House Experience

The photographs and video from the Government & Politics visit to Washington DC & Philadelphia are now available to view on the Wyke YouTube Channel and Flickr account.

In an amazing week of sightseeing, students visited all the iconic landmarks associated with American politics. Actually visiting the White House and US Senate was not just a memorable photo-opportunity, it also laid the foundation for their studies at A2.

This visit is now firmly established on the Wyke enrichment calendar alongside New York, Iceland, Italy and South Africa. Here’s to Washington 2016!

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