Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
About Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College
Located in Hove, East Sussex, Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College, otherwise known as BHASVIC, is a co-educational sixth form college for students aged 16-19. The college was founded in its current form in 1975, having formerly been a grammar school. Since its establishment, the college has seen extensive redevelopment and modernisation, and as such can now boast of a range of modern teaching and recreational facilities including, most recently, a brand-new building opened in 2014 providing a canteen and several new subject departments.
Mr Will Baldwin
Values and Vision
BHASVIC works hard to provide a wide range of subjects in its curriculum, in order to best meet the needs of a diverse mix of students with different backgrounds and academic abilities. A-levels are the main type of qualification on offer for school-leavers, in areas such as the creative arts, business and economics, and numerous languages. As well as this, the college also has BTEC qualifications for those who prefer vocational subjects, as well as a small number of evening language courses for adults.
“Learners make excellent progress, and in some cases exceptional progress. Most do much better than might be expected from their prior achievements when they join the college. This added value is a consistently strong feature of the college since the previous inspection, when it was highlighted as a key strength for A-level learners. It is particularly noteworthy given the relatively high attainment of learners when they start their courses.”