There has never been a more exciting time to join the sixth form at Claremont Fan Court School. With the recent opening of both the new sixth form study centre and the Sir Sydney Camm science and technology building in September 2019, students have the opportunity to study in state-of-the-art facilities in the surroundings of a beautiful 100-acre campus.
Mrs Claire Williams is your point of contact for admissions into our sixth form and she is available to answer your initial enquiries at email@example.com or on 01372 473 794. Alternatively, you can fill in an initial enquiry form by clicking here.
Our process for external admissions into our sixth form is as follows:
1. ATTEND AN OPEN EVENING
Prospective families are invited to attend an open evening on Thursday 29 September to meet our headmaster, head of sixth form and have the opportunity to interact with our heads of department. Click below to register your attendance:
For any sixth form enquiries, please contact a member of the admissions team via our enquiry form.
2. APPLICATION FORM
Please note the sixth form application (and scholarships) deadline for September 2022 entry has now passed.
If you would like to proceed with an application for September 2023, we kindly ask that an online application form is completed, supported by a recent school report and a £100 non-refundable registration fee by 7 November 2022. Please click below to fill out the application form.
If you have indicated that you wish to apply for a scholarship, you will also need to fill in a scholarship form by 7 November 2022. Go to our scholarships page to find out more and download a form.
3. INTERVIEW AND ASSESSMENT
All prospective pupils will be invited to sit an assessment during the latter half of the autumn term. We will then be inviting applicants to an interview with a senior member of staff.
4. RECEIVE A CONDITIONAL OFFER
Successful applicants will be offered a place conditional on meeting any prerequisite GCSE grades. Prospective A level students are expected to achieve seven or more GCSE grades at 9-4 (including maths and English) and specifically achieve high grades in their chosen / related A level subjects.