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Applications for September 2022 are now open.
To apply please visit our Application Portal.
Our Sixth Form Opening evening took place on Thursday 4 November. We have also created an Applying to St Bart’s Sixth Form Microsite. We hope this site will offer a handy guide so that you can continue to explore our Sixth Form in your own time and revisit any information you might find useful during the application process.
For any further information on applications, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01635 576368.
If you would like to be sent our Sixth Form Prospectus, please email email@example.com. We would ask that you use Sixth Form Prospectus as your email subject line and include your full name and address (including postcode), as this will ensure we can fulfil your request as quickly as possible.
Follow the links below to take a look at the Level 3 courses on offer and discover specific Course Guides, as well as an overview of the subject from the teachers and subject representatives.
To access Level 3 (A Levels and BTEC National Extended Certificate) courses, you need to secure a minimum of five GCSEs at Grade 4 or above. At least 3 of these passes should be at Grade 5. If a student does not secure a Grade 4 in English Language and/or Mathematics then s/her will be required to attend lessons and re-sit GCSE exams in these subjects.
If are looking to take an A Level course that you have studied at GCSE, then in most subjects a GCSE Grade of 5 is preferred. If you fall short of a 5, you cannot assume that you will secure a place on the course and will be asked to meet with the Head of Department in September to discuss whether you might be offered a place on a trial basis. The step up from GCSE to A Level work is particularly steep in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Students should be clear that in other than the most exceptional circumstances, they will not secure a place on these courses without at least a Grade 6 in these subjects or ‘Science’ at GCSE.
What happens if a student gets five GCSE passes but fails to secure Grade 4s in Mathematics or English?
A student in this position will be able to take some Level 3 (A Level/ BTEC) courses but their choice may be a little more restricted and they will have to attend lessons in preparation for a re-sit in Mathematics or English Language. A student who does not secure 4s in both will only be able to enrol for the Sixth Form + Programme.