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 Sixth Form

AS/A Level

  • Art and Design*
  • Biology
  • Chemistry*
  • Design and Technology*
  • Economics
  • English
  • French
  • Geography
  • German
  • Health and Social Care*
  • History
  • History of Art
  • Home Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Physics
  • Religious Studies

* Examination Board other than CEA

From September 2009 additional courses are also available through the shared block in Fermanagh Learning Community. In 2015/16 pupils can access AS/A2 courses in Applied ICT, Business Studies, Creative Media Production, Engineering, Government and Politics, Moving Image Arts, Performing Arts, Physical Education, Software Systems Development, Spanish and Travel and Tourism through the Learning Community.


Careers Education continues throughout Years 13 and 14 with each girl having one class per week.    

On Friday afternoons Sixth Form pupils are involved in the Minorities programme which enables girls to study a range of non-examined activities and is designed to teach additional skills, enlarge horizons and open up new areas of interest.

From 2009-13 activities were offered on a shared basis with other schools in Enniskillen as part of the Atlantic Philantrophies Shared Education programme.   Due to cessation of the funding through SEP the current Minorities programme is based within the Collegiate where the girls access activities which include Dance,  Sign Language, Yoga,  Self-Defence and Russian for beginners.  Girls also have the opportunity to undertake voluntary work in various settings including local Primary and Nursery Schools, Special Schools, Day Care Centres and Residential Homes. 


In Year 13 Minorities includes talks from visiting speakers as part of the RE provision.  This year the topics include  Road Safety, Drug Awareness, Identity,  Motivation, Fulfilment at work, Life’s Journeys, Perseverance and work overseas including Operation Rescue in Ethiopia.