Admissions


Entry Requirements and stages of application.


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    Subjects offered at Highcliffe Sixth Form


    Acting/Drama (BTEC L3)

    Biology

    Business Studies (BTEC L3)

    Chemistry

    Computing

    Economics

    English Language & Literature

    English Literature

    Extended Project Qualification

    Film Studies

    Fine Art

    French

    Further Mathematics

    Geography

    Graphics

    Health & Social Care (CAM Tech L3)

    History

    IT (BTEC L3)

    Mathematics

    Media Studies

    Music (Performing BTEC L3)

    Music Technology

    Photography

    Physical Education

    Physics

    Product Design

    Psychology

    Religious Philosophy & Ethics

    Sociology

    Spanish

    Diploma in Sport (Cambridge Technical L3)

    Textiles Design



    Sixth Form Admission Criteria 2017

     

    To meet our Sixth Form admission criteria, applicants must have attained 6 A*- C at GCSE including English Language and Maths. (Maximum of two equivalents)

    A grade 4 will be the equivalent of the current grade C.

    Applicants wishing to study A Level Mathematics must have attained at least a grade 6 in GCSE Mathematics, and those wishing to study Further Mathematics must have attained at least a grade 7 in GCSE Mathematics.

    Applicants wishing to follow an A Level course in Biology, Chemistry or Physics must have attained at least a grade B in a Science at GCSE.

     Course Pathway 2017 Information



    What next?


    Stage 1

    After the Open Evening, read at your leisure the course information, flyers and our prospectus. Applicants from other schools are welcome to contact the Sixth Form Office on 01425 282322 to arrange a tour of the school.

    On-line applications for the Sixth Form are now open. The deadline for applications is Friday 16th December.  The application form can be found on ‘MyHighcliffe’ for students currently attending Highcliffe School. Students currently attending other schools, please apply on-line using this link.

    Stage 2

    Apply online to attend our Taster Day. You will be asked to select 5 taster courses. On-line booking is essential for students who are currently attending other schools.

    Stage 3

    After we have received your application, you will then be invited to attend an interview. We will discuss your application and progress at school; we will also help you choose the most suitable pathway by exploring your career aspirations and current grade predictions. (Interviews take place in the Spring Term 2017)

    Stage 4

    If you are successful at interview, you will receive a conditional offer of a place. You will be asked to reconfirm your course choices in July. This helps us to build your timetable ready for September.


    Stage 5

    You will confirm your place on-line after receiving your GCSE Results. 

    Do not worry if you change your mind about the courses you wish to study. Amendments can be made subject to space on courses. 

    Any further questions regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01425 282322 or e-mail sixth@highcliffeschool.com


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