We have a small number of places available each year to join our Sixth Form.
For information on how to apply for a place, scholarship or bursary please visit the Admissions pages of the website.
We have specific Open Events for prospective Sixth Form entrants. These include a tour of the School and the Sixth Form Centre and the opportunity to meet with subject staff and discuss subject choice. If you are not able to attend, we would be delighted to arrange an individual tour for you.
To attend the Open Morning, or arrange a tour, please contact the Admissions Office on 020 8439 1309 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The following entry requirements are in place to support students to successfully complete their A-levels. Further information is available from Mr Jon Owen, Director of Sixth Form.
You would need a minimum of eight GCSE passes at grade A* - B (or 9 - 6 for English Literature and Language), including, for external applicants only, A in Mathematics and Grade 7, 8 or 9 in English Literature or Language and you must achieve an A* / A grade for the subjects you wish to study at A-level. Any offer made will be conditional on achieving these results.
For A-level subjects that you have not previously studied at GCSE there are individual subject requirements:
- Art History: Grade 7, 8 or 9 in English Language or English Literature, or A / A* in History
- Classical Civilisation: Grade 7, 8 or 9 in English Language or English Literature
- Economics and Business: Grade 7, 8 or 9 in English Language or English Literature plus A / A* in Mathematics
- Philosophy: A / A* in Religious Studies
- Photography: A / A* in Art
- Politics: A / A* in History
- Psychology: A / A* in Biology or double award Science, A / A* in Mathematics and Grade 7, 8 or 9 in English Language
In order to access the Mathematics A-level course automatically, an A* grade at IGCSE Mathematics is required. A candidate who would like to follow the Mathematics A-level course with an A grade at IGCSE Mathematics will be referred to an interview with the Head of Mathematics and a member of the Senior Leadership Team to assess her levels of suitability and confidence in the subject. There is significant well-founded statistical evidence to show that the step up in difficulty from Mathematics IGCSE up to A-level is particularly high.