THINKING of A Levels?

Then find out more about sixth form life at Queen's College, Taunton, by visiting the Information Evening next Wednesday, November 7.

Queen's students recorded yet another set of outstanding exam results this year and head teacher, Dr Lorraine Earps, expressed her pride in both their hard work and the support they received from the dedicated teaching staff.

"We were particularly pleased with the number of grades at the highest level and that the vast majority of students achieved places at their first-choice university," she said.

"Among them were all of our medical students, as well as our Oxbridge candidates."

Dr Earps added: "The emphasis we place on developing independent learning and thinking also enabled us to achieve excellent results in the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification)."

A Level students benefit from the state-of-the-art Sixth Form Centre, where they are able to study with the support of a committed team of staff and can also plan and work towards the next stage of their education.

It is supplemented by a vibrant co-curricular programme - from shows to sport, from clubs to outdoor pursuits - while a busy and varied social programme ensures there's never a dull moment.

To attend the Sixth Form Information Evening next Wednesday, November 7, 6.30pm, email, or call 01823 340830.

If you are unable to get along on the night itself, do please get in touch to book a personal visit.