Our school is a private education centre, which offers an alternative to large mainstream schools.
Our aim is to provide an environment which is conducive to independent learning, in line with U.K. educational philosophy of constructivism and methodologies based on blended learning; a place where students are engaged and inspired.
As a multi-denominational, co-educational school, we encourage all our students to achieve their full potential, both educationally and personally.
We do this by creating a caring and happy environment, where our dedicated teachers can give expert, individual attention to all students, across the widest range of subjects available anywhere on the coast.
Most schools restrict a student's choice of subjects by placing them into option blocks. At Emerald Sixth Form, we focus on providing the subjects which the students want to study.
We have hugely experienced teachers from a range of international backgrounds, who can inspire our students to perform beyond their expectations in very small classes, normally 1 to 10 or often less.
Our students benefit from
constant academic mentoring.
continuous pastoral care.
study skill seminars.
information literacy sessions.
extra English language from our TEFL teacher.
News & Events
22 September 2020
Conquering the Mighty Concha...
On Tuesday 22 September, almost the entire school mounted an expedition to the summit of La Concha.
A LEVEL & IGCSE RESULTS
We are thrilled to announce our A Level & IGCSE results for 2020!
AS & A LEVEL
100% Pass Rate (A - E grades)
85%. A* - C Grades
IGCSE (Pearson & Cambridge)
95% Pass Rate
We also achieved 98% Pass Rate in the CYQ Qualifications too.
Congratulations to all our A Level & IGCSE students and in particular, well done to:
Anthony Almgren who gained three A grades at A2
Alex Turner Hernández who also achieved A grades in both his A2 subjects.
Isla Walker who attained an A grade in AS Physics and an A grade in AS Law.
Emerald Sixth Form is delighted to announce that we are opening again on Monday 31 August and we are accepting enrolments now.
We are a small school and we will be restricting our student number to a maximum of 30 for September. This will enable us to practise social distancing within the school if necessary.
All our classrooms can accommodate 4 students, while maintaining social distances.
We have two indoor areas, which can be used to teach classes up to a maximum of 8 students, with social distancing in place.
We can also use the outside areas for teaching, which will also ensure that we are able to maintain social distancing.
Moreover, as we are a small private school, we can open under the rules of a small business. Therefore, if larger schools are unable to operate, we can continue to function normally alongside other small businesses.
Contact us now for more information and to arrange a visit to our wonderful school.
2 June 2020
Emerald Sixth Form is pleased to announce that we are offering new subjects for the academic year starting September 2020.
Psychology may be studied to IGCSE or A Level
Art is now available throughout the school.
Art History is on offer to A Level.
29 May 2020
Emerald Sixth Form Graduation Ceremony. We held a very successful graduation ceremony online, via Zoom.
Due to the Corona Virus pandemic, and the restrictions imposed by the Spanish Government, Emerald Sixth Form is closed until 31 August 2020.
Online lessons are continuing throughout the lockdown period to ensure all our students are receiving the best education possible under such difficult circumstances.
Enrolments for September 2020 are being taken now and tours can be arranged any time.
Emerald Sixth Form is very proud to announce that we have been awarded Examination Centre Status by Edexcel Pearson Examination Board. This means that, as an approved examination centre, we can conduct all our own examinations on site.
On the 6th February, it was as though Christmas had come whizzing back around the corner for the students in Year 10 and Year 11. We drove to the one and only chocolate factory in Mijas pueblo: The Mayan Monkey Chocolate Factory.
A small group of Year 12 students spent four days exploring the culture, geography, art and gastronomy of France's capital city.