Dr M Gormley (Head of Key Stage 5)

Form Tutors

Form Tutor for 13A - Mrs E McCaffrey
Form Tutor for 13B - Miss A Hamilton
Form Tutor for 13C - Dr A Heaney
Form Tutor for 13D - Mrs M McMenamin
Form Tutor for 13E - Mr B McKeown

Form Tutor for 14A - Mr J Byrne
Form Tutor for 14B - Mr M Bradley
Form Tutor for 14C - Mrs M Higgins
Form Tutor for 14D - Mr C Ryan
Form Tutor for 14E - Mrs L Campbell                                                                                                                                                          

Key Stage

It is hoped that the sixth form experience in Lumen Christi College will be both stimulating and rewarding. We will endeavour to encourage our sixth form students to give of their best in terms of academic work and commitment to the life of Lumen Christi College. All staff will support these students through these critical A-Level years by delivering knowledge, relevant advice or simply by listening to concerns as they arise and acting upon them. We realise that a positive time spent in sixth year will empower our students to become fully aware and socially responsible young citizens in their future worlds. Their development as optimistic and talented young adults will be a measure of the success of Lumen Christi's sixth form provision.

Pastoral Programme

The aims of the Sixth Form Pastoral Programme are rooted in the Visions and Aims of Lumen Christi College. Our sixth formers will be actively encouraged to develop intellectually, emotionally, spiritually and vocationally. The personal well-being of each student is essential for the holistic growth of the young adult during the sixth year experience. We intend to build upon the process of personal development that has taken place in Key Stages 3 and 4.


Opportunities exist for sixth form students to be involved in a wide range of activities outside of their subject classes. Students participate in the weekly Sixth Form Enrichment Programme, where they explore a range of issues such as Road Safety for the Young Driver, Blood Donation, University Preparation, Heartstart Training, Health and Fitness awareness, as well as Budgeting. Students are encouraged to participate in the Pope John Paul II award, which enables them to take an active part in the life of their Church and to undertake volunteering roles within their community. Sixth form students regularly support charity initiatives such as the Shoebox Appeal and the St. Vincent de Paul Annual Christmas collection. They also have opportunities to undertake role of responsibilities within school such as the position of Senior Prefect or member of the Student Council. They can also participate in the Rotary Youth Leadership competition in Year 13.