Our students are encouraged to ask the big questions and become fully engaged with challenging concepts. They go beyond the curriculum and embody what is meant by a thirst for knowledge.


Students are provided with unique and exciting opportunities to taste their chosen pathway or profession. They may work with leading universities and those at the forefront of industry to gain a priceless insight into the world beyond the school environment.

Aspiring for Excellence

Our students are resilient and resourceful. They work relentlessly and determinedly, safe in the knowledge that they will be supported every step of the way!

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As part of Lionheart Venues, we are part of a group of contemporary multi-use facilities available for hire throughout Leicestershire. The Lionheart Academies Trust schools have successfully hosted many memorable occasions, events and activities over the years.

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Our vision for the sixth form is one that celebrates and develops the strengths of our wonderful city and its young people! Regardless of background, we want to ensure that our students are able to succeed and we aim to break down any barriers which may impact on success.

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Our coveted A-Level curriculum is expertly crafted to not only build on existing knowledge and skills learnt at GCSE level in related subjects, but also to be refreshing, exciting and new!

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Latest News
Hunstanton Trip

June 19, 2024

The trip – which has run annually for the last seven years – provided students with an opportunity to conduct fieldwork that directly linked to the Geography curriculum and strengthened their academic knowledge of the subject. Down on the beaches of Old Hunstanton, they investigated the nature of sand dunes before examining the effectiveness of coastal protection methods of Groynes, Sea Walls and revetments in the area. Students found the experience to be informative and enriching – the sun even…

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Competitive Courses Evening

May 24, 2024

The event is designed to provide students – and parents – with important information that allows them to facilitate their future aspirations and secure places at prestigious universities. Around 200 people were in attendance as the Sixth Form welcomed the University of Leicester, Loughborough University, the University of Nottingham, the University of Oxford and a charity organisation called The Elephant Group. Principal James McKenna opened proceedings before handing over to Luke Maw from the U…

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Ski Trip 2024

April 19, 2024

Alongside five members of staff, the excitable cohort departed on Thursday 21st March, making the 24-hour journey – though France and Germany – via coach and ferry, before eventually arriving at the Snow-Space resort in Salzburg, home to 240km of pistes. The following day, after plenty of rest and a fresh fall of snow, the students made their way out onto the slopes. Experience was varied, with students split into three groups depending on how much skiing they had done previously. Alongside two…

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Parent Governor Vacancy at Beauchamp City Sixth Form

March 21, 2024

Beauchamp City Sixth Form has a vacancy for a Parent Governor and would like to recruit to this voluntary role.The Governing Body would be delighted to hear from anyone who has parental responsibility for, or cares for, a child or young person from our school community, who may be interested in becoming a Parent Governor.Why stand as a Parent Governor?•     To support the school in ensuring the best possible academic and holistic outcomes for all pupils•     To bring an individual parent’s persp…

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Beauchamp City is an ‘Outstanding’ sixth form

January 30, 2024

Having opened in September 2020, this was the sixth form’s first full inspection and Inspectors were hugely impressed with our unwavering commitment to driving academic success.  They commented: “Leaders and teachers successfully provide the highest quality of education for their students and rightly focus closely on academic success and progression to higher education.  “The curriculum is taught logically and helps students to retain new knowledge very well,” they added, “teachers are very well…

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