Please click here for the Sixth Form Prospectus.
For their A Levels, students choose three subjects from the following list:
- Art and Design
- Computer Science
- English literature
- Government and Politics
- Media Studies
- Modern Hebrew (Ivrit)
- Physical Education
- Religious Studies
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for Sixth Form Specimen Papers.
Entry into the Sixth Form is via an application, assessment, and interview and is subject to references from current school and conditional on a satisfactory performance at I/GCSE.
A successful applicant will require strong academic ability and potential and a minimum of 35 points (on the new 1-9 GCSE scale) and will have to meet subject-specific requirements. All students must achieve a minimum of a C grade (5) in Mathematics and English GCSEs.
A very limited number of scholarships are available in the Sixth Form. An Academic Scholar will have a proven record of academic achievement throughout their school career, which will result in at least 7 A* grades at GCSE (or the equivalent on the new 1-9 scale). Candidates who are predicted at least 7A*s at GCSE, perform very well in the assessment, demonstrate social, communal and Jewish commitments may be considered for a scholarship. Scholarships may attract a percentage reduction in the basic school fees and are reviewed annually. If it is felt that the student concerned is not meeting the standards expected then the Scholarship may be withdrawn.
16+ entry for September 2019
18th October 2018 – Into the Sixth Form Evening (for internal and external Year 11 students)
31st October – Sixth Form Application Deadline
15th November – Entrance Exams (day 1)
21st November – Entrance Exams (day 2)
3rd December – Offers posted
14th December – Deadline for acceptance
*Pre-registration is required
Terms and Conditions
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