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Thank you for your interest in joining our Sixth Form.

We constantly strive to provide a smooth and professional admissions experience and are excited to move our admissions process to an environmentally-friendly online platform.



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We welcome applications from pupils in our own year 11 but also from other schools.

Entry requirements for the 2023 Sixth Form cohort will be at least five GCSEs Grades 9-4, with preferably a grade 5 in either English Language or Mathematics. In addition, all our courses have subject-specific entry requirements, details of which can be found in our curriculum brochure.

All students will be expected to choose 3 A-levels which they will study for 2 years (the exception being students who study 3 A-levels plus Further Mathematics. In addition, students will choose to study an enrichment course which they will follow in Year 12.

Some courses have a traditional exam focus, while others are assessment based. It is important to make the right choices for you, selecting the most appropriate courses as purely exam-based subjects are not suited to every student.

Please check our University Preparation and Future Careers pages for more information on selecting the right courses for you.



All students will be interviewed by a member of the Sixth Form team. This will enable them to make an informed choice about the best subjects to suit their individual needs. Parents are welcome to discuss these choices with the Sixth Form team following the interview.



You can view our latest prospectus here.



Thursday 5th of October 2023



The Admissions Team are here to help and if you have any questions regarding the application process, please do not hesitate to contact us at

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The 16-18 Student Bursary Fund is a cash-limited fund to support learners who would benefit from financial support to help overcome specific barriers to participation, so they can remain in education. The award is dependent on DfE funds available to the Academy and individual students’ circumstances. The bursary is a separate payment from free school meals which you may be eligible for and can apply for directly through your local authority. Further information regarding how to apply for bursary funding will be provided when a place in the sixth form is awarded.