The Sixth Form is the largest part of Concord College: roughly two thirds. Sixth Form students are expected to be self-motivated and respectful and are treated maturely by their teachers. Sixth Form students are given considerable responsibility and have many opportunities to develop as young people during their time at the College.
Academic work is the focus of Sixth Form life. At AS and A level, students normally study at least three A Levels and at least one further AS level. Subjects include Art, Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Chinese, Economics, English Language, English Literature, History, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Music, Photography, Physics and Spanish. All students who do not have GCSE English are expected to study English. Lessons are taught in a variety of excellent classroom facilities. There is a purpose-built Science block with ten laboratories and a variety of well-equipped teaching rooms.
Outside the classroom, Sixth Form students are able to make use of the wide range of sporting and cultural facilities on offer in the College in order to develop their other skills (see College Life).
Sixth Form students are well looked-after. In addition to their teachers, students have an individual tutor with whom they meet daily and who monitors their academic progress. Students also have a house parent who is primarily responsible for their well-being. The senior staff also take an overview of all students and will contact parents if there are any concerns.
Overall, the Sixth Form at Concord College is a purposeful and highly motivated community. Students are expected to do their best, but they are also given a great deal of support in achieving that goal.