Application deadline Monday December 18th 2023.Ìý Late applications will be considered on an individual basis.
If you wish to join the Sixth Form, please find the link to our Application form below:
Should there be any issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org a member of the Sixth Form team will be in contact.
Total Intended Number to Admit:Ìý 140 (September 2023)
We have 15 places reserved for external applicants to the Sixth Form. More external applicants may be admitted until we have reached our limit of 140 students.ÌýIn previous years, we have not had to turn away any external applicant who has met the entry criteria.
Admission to the Sixth Form will be subject to the following criteria:
The student must have attained the minimum GCSE Points Score ofÌý38 pointsÌýfrom his or herÌýbest eight GCSE results, with at least Grade 5 in English and Grade 5 in Maths forÌýAdvanced Level entry. A GCSE Points Score ofÌý30 pointsÌýwill be required to follow aÌýcombined curriculumÌýof Vocational Courses and A Levels.Ìý Please see the table below to help you calculate your points score.
The GCSE Points Score is a points total which counts a studentâ€™s best 8 GCSE grades including English and Maths. Add your best 8 grades together using the points awarded on the following scale:
|Reformed Qualifications 9 to 1||Other/vocational Level 2 qualifications|
|Grade 9 – 9pts||Distinction – 7pts|
|Grade 8 – 8pts||Merit – 5.5pts|
|Grade 7 – 7pts||Pass – 4pts|
|Grade 6 – 6pts|
|Grade 5 – 5pts|
In the event of over-subscription, the following (in addition to the above) will apply:
1 Under the Children Act 1989, a child is legally defined as â€˜looked afterâ€™ by a local authority if he or she (a) gets accommodation from the local authority for a continuous period of more than 24 hours, (b) is subject to a care order (to put the child into the care of the local authority), or (c) is subject to a placement order (to put the child up for adoption). (www.gov.uk)