Invictus Sixth Students Celebrate Incredible Results!

Back in September 2019, none of our Year 13 students or staff could have ever imagined that a global pandemic would arrive, putting a halt to A Level and BTEC courses. Our students had been working extremely hard in preparation for their final exams, when suddenly this opportunity was taken away from them. The majority felt a huge sense of anti-climax and loss at not being able to show what they were capable of. In spite of these very strange circumstances we are, once again, delighted with the results our Year 13 students have achieved, continuing the Invictus Sixth reputation of outstanding academic and vocational achievement. Across all 6 schools, 55% of our grades are at A* to B, with Katie Abbott and Ellie Jackson both achieving 3 A* grades at A Level. 79% of our grades are at A*- C, again a hugely impressive figure building on our success from previous years. We would like to congratulate all of our students for the results they have achieved in very difficult and unprecedented circumstances and we look forward to hearing all about the next chapter in their lives, be they at university, on an apprenticeship or in employment. Well done Class of 2020!

Jane Kendrick – Director of Invictus Sixth Form

Crestwood School Campus

We are incredibly proud of all of our students who have contributed to the best A level  and BTEC results that the school has achieved in recent years.

Particular congratulations go to Chad Baker who with A*, A, B is going to Birmingham University to study Engineering, William Fletcher, with an A and a double distinction, is going to Swansea University to read History and Megan Davies with A*, A, B, C  who is going to read Psychology at Birmingham University.

92% of our students passed their A levels at grade A* – C

100% of our students passed at both A level and BTEC level 3

Mr Dowd – Head of Invictus Sixth Crestwood Campus



Ellowes Hall Sports College Campus

100% of our students passed their courses with 85% achieving A*- C grades. We are proud of all students and their efforts in these difficult times. However we must mention the exceptional results of Bradley Walker who achieved A* in English Language & Distinction, Distinction* in BTEC Sport and Exercise Science. Special mentions also go to Jess Cottam (A*,B,C) Jack Farmer (Distinction, B,B) Ashley Follows (Distinction*, Distinction,B) Georgia Lunt (Distinction*,B) Mia Reynolds (Distinction*, Distinction,C) and Charlotte Smith (Distinction, Merit,B). We wish all of our students the very best in all of their future endeavours.

Mr Horton – Head of Invictus Sixth Ellowes Campus

Kinver High School Campus

We are delighted that the hard work, achievement and efforts of our Sixth Form students and their teachers has been recognised and rewarded by the A-Level and BTEC grades awarded to students today.

  • 87% of all grades awarded were at A*-C Grade or equivalent and around a third of all grades were A*-A Grade or equivalent.

Special recognition goes to Ellie Jackson (currently in Holland as part of Team GB Ski) who attained 3A* Grades in Art, PE and Psychology. Other high attaining students were: Harvey Bowen; Harrison Dines; Lily-Mae Fox; Leah Gilson Smith; Jade Griffiths; Faith Imerson Wood; Eva Kapnisis; Izzy Kilkelly; Amy Langstone; Abby Smitheman; Abigail Totney; Jacob Vulcans-Bloomfield and Morgan Woodward.

Mr Fox – Head of Invictus Sixth Kinver Campus



Leasowes High School Campus

We would like to congratulate and thank all our students, staff and families for their outstanding achievement and relentless hard work and we wish all of our students the very best of luck with their chosen pathway.

We are extremely proud of all of our students on gaining places at their first choice University courses. We celebrate with all of our students on gaining their A-Level results, with particular attention to Drama. Ava Mcdonald gained a grade A in Drama and will be studying Applied Theatre at Birmingham City University and Chloe Dunkley gained a grade B and will be studying Theatre & Performance Practice at University of Salford.

Mrs Ridley – Head of Invictus Sixth Leasowes Campus

Wombourne High School Campus

A massive well done to all our students at Wombourne High School, 100% A-level/BTEC pass rate, 34% of results at A*/A grade.  We are proud of all of our students and the resilience they have had to show in these challenging times.  However, a special mention goes to Katie Abbott who has achieved A* in all of her subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Psychology), an outstanding achievement.  We wish all of our students best wishes as they take the next step onto University courses and apprenticeships.

Mrs Stokes – Head of Invictus Sixth Wombourne Campus

Click here for a full gallery of the day!

School Minister Recognises Invictus Schools Contribution

On Monday 6th July we had the absolute pleasure of receiving a letter from Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the School System, Barroness Berridge of the Vale of Catmose!

In the letter the Baroness thanked us for our response to the lockdown following the Covid-19 outbreak. Most satisfying is the specific nature of the recognition; in the letter, which can be found on the link at the bottom of the article, Baroness Berridge commends our online learning platform which has seen hundreds of thousands of student attendance in the past 3 months, you can click here to see our celebratory videos and virtual learning statistics. The Baroness also praised the support we gave to our most vulnerable students, to ensure they have the technology required to access our online platform. There is also a mention for our innovative and comprehensive solution to supporting year 6 children with transition to our schools with our virtual tour and inductions.

The reason we have worked tirelessly during this period is because as Invictus Value One states: Every day, in every way, our students come first, but we do welcome recognition, especially from such a key figure in education.

We certainly feel the praise is well deserved for everyone within the Invictus community, our teachers, support staff, parents, carers and of course students. We are all passionate to continue working collaboratively and effectively in the coming months as we hopefully return to a situation a little more familiar!

Letter to Invictus Education Trust 3 July 2020

Invictus Vision, Mission and Values – Our Culture

Year 11 to Year 12 Transition Work

Please click on the links below for transition work for each course! Any questions please email our Director of Sixth, Miss Kendrick,



Accounting Transition Tasks



Y11 Transition Art Craft and Design supporting

PPT Y11Transition_Art, Craft and Design_2020



ChickenWingDissection information

BTEC Business

BTEC Business Transition work activities

Y11-Y12 BTEC Business Transition Work 2020

BTEC Childcare & Development

Childcare & Development transition work

BTEC Forensic & Criminology

Forensics transition work

BTEC Health & Social Care

Health and Social Care Transition Pack

HSC Transition Task


Year 11 Law Transition

BTEC Music Performance

Y11 – Transition work BTEC Music performance

BTEC Performing Arts

Y11 – Transition work – P. Arts BTEC

BTEC Psychology

Y11 Transition BTEC Applied Psychology Instructions

Y11 Transition BTEC Applied Psychology Task Booklet

BTEC Sport & Ex Science

Year 11-12 Btec Sport Transition Brief Summer 2020.doc

Year 11 – 12 Btec Sport Worksheet Part A

Unit 2 Year 11-12 Btec Sports Worksheet Part B

Business Studies

Business Studies Transition 2020

Inside Aldi part 1

Inside Aldi part 2

Inside Aldi part 3

Inside Aldi part 4 (1)


~�1-12 Transition Work 2020

Chem Transition pack 2020

Y11-12 Transition Work 2020.doc

Computer Science

Enrolment Task Comp Sci 2020

D&T Product Design

A level specification

Invictus D&T factsheet

Invictus D&T Sixth form

@ Leasowes Invictus D&T Taster & Summer task 2020

Y11 – D&T Transition work – 2020


Drama Y11 – Transition work 2020

English Lang & Lit

English Lang & Lit – Transition work – 2020

English Lang and Lit Transition resources

English Literature

~�1 – Transition work proforma – 2020

BETJEMEN notes (1)

English Lit Transition work – 2020

KS5 Reading List 2020_

Film Studies

Camera Angles Help Sheet (for task 5)

Y11 – Transition Work for Film Studies – 2020


Sixth Form Y11 Transition Task A Level Human Geography

The Carbon Cycle

What makes people vulberable to hazards

Y11 – Transition work Geography – 2020


A Level History – Y11 Transition Task 2020

ICT Digital Media

Y11 – Transition work Digital Media – 2020


Maths Induction pack 2020

Media Studies

Identifying Camera Task

Media Language – font and typeface (1) (1)

Media Language Camera Angles

Y11 – Transition work -Media Studies


Y11 – Transition work – Music A Level

Music Technology

Y11 – Transition work MUSIC TECH


Photography transition work

Physical Education

Transition Task 1

Coursework Task 2

Data example.docx

Football example.docx

Netball example.docx

Rugby example.docx

Skiing example.docx

Swimming example.docx


~�1-12 Transition Work 2020

Transition booklet Y11-12

Physics Transition Work 2020


Y11 -politics Transition work proforma – 2020

Y11 -politics Transition work proforma – 2020


Y11 Transition A Level Psychology Instructions

Y11 Transition A Level Psychology Task Booklet

Religious Studies

Religious Studies A level Transition task 2020


Year 11 Sociology Transition






Invictus Sixth & Halesowen College Collaboration!

From September 2020, we are delighted to be able to collaborate with Halesowen College in order to further increase the range of courses available to our Sixth Form students. Alongside the vast array of A Levels and BTECs already on offer within the Sixth Form, students can also choose from a range of additional level 3 courses taught by Halesowen College.

Click here for more details!

Department for Education – Coronavirus Advice for Parents/Carers

Advice for parents/guardians

You should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your children catching the Coronavirus.

There is no reason why your children should not continue to attend their early years, school or further education setting as normal.

We recognise that some families or children may be planning to travel to China during the forthcoming half term period. If so, please refer to the FCO’s latest travel advice via the link above.

What action you can take

A UK wide campaign has been launched to provide clear advice on how to slow the spread of Coronavirus.

Please help to support the campaign which promotes basic hygiene practices, such as regularly washing hands and always sneezing into a tissue, to stem the spread of viruses.

Latest information and advice can also be found at:

Click Here

Apply for Invictus Sixth!

The deadline for applications is FRIDAY 20th DECEMBER!

If you are looking for a Post 16 option that offers a track record of excellent results, a wide range of enrichment activities, unique opportunities & elite experiences, unrivaled academic & pastoral guidance, sports academies and the resources of SIX school campuses APPLY NOW.

Literally click on ‘APPLY NOW’ to apply via our online application portal!

For more information on courses and curriculum click here to see our 2020 Prospectus and Course Guide

Mental Health Impact Day @ Invictus Sixth

Today Year 12 & 13 students from across our 6 campuses were invited to Wombourne High Campus to take part in ‘Mental Health Impact Day’. The aim of the day was to raise awareness of mental health and well being using workshops hosted by special guests and experts.

The day started with our keynote speaker for the day, Lucy Alexander, who shared the story of her son Felix who had sadly took his own life, aged 17, after being tormented by bullies. Lucy spoke from the heart and from experience about the importance sharing feelings and speaking about mental health with others.

Students then selected 3 of the 7 available workshops to attend throughout the day. The topic of workshops were:

Workshop 1 – The benefits of exercise and good mental health/food and nutrition for health

Workshop 2 – Having a healthy relationship with social media

Workshop 3 – How to deal with pressure, stress and anxiety

Workshop 4 – The power of doing

Workshop 5 – Self-belief, self-love and self-promotion

Workshop 6 – Healthy relationships

Workshop 7 – Addiction and the link to mental health

The workshops were selected by our Director of Sixth, Jane Kendrick, to help equip our students with the knowledge, tools and resources to cope with the pressures of modern life.

There is a small gallery from the day available on our Facebook page

Invictus Sixth Open Evening – Huge Success!

November saw Invictus Sixth host our annual Open Evening event. This year the evening was held at the prestigious Copthorne Hotel.

The evening was a wonderful success, a record number of students attended with an fairly split across our 6 campuses. Our Director of Sixth, Jane Kendrick, welcomed our guests for the evening at each of the packed addresses, before handing over to the real superstars, our students, to speak to the audience about their experiences at Invictus Sixth.

Guests were also treated to fantastic performances from our talented singers and dancers, who always manage to further brighten our evenings.

If you are interested in finding out more, or you would like to apply please click the ‘APPLY NOW’ link on the homepage.

A gallery of the evening is available on our Facebook Page

Open Evening – Choose Invictus Sixth!

Join us on Wednesday 13th November for our Open Evening at the Copthorne Hotel.

Meet our subject teachers and tutors, they will help you make an informed decision!

Further details available on our Facebook page.

Invictus 6th Top Ten for Progress

Invictus 6th form students are achieving the best progress in the country! We have been listed in the top ten, throughout the UK, for A Level progress. Our A level students and staff are working together to create a fantastic learning environment!

If you are interested in becoming an Invictus 6th student in September 2019 why not take a look at our prospectus?