Sixth Form Applications
The deadline to apply for a place at our Sixth Form for September 2021 was 22nd January 2021.
Students who have already submitted an application form
You will need to complete a confirmation form, available through our website, between 8.00am and 1.00pm on GCSE results day (12 August). You will need to upload evidence of your GCSE grades and pupil premium/looked after status if applicable.
Students interested in joining us who have NOT already submitted an application form
There is a further opportunity for you to apply on GCSE results day (12 August) You will need to complete a confirmation form, available through our website, between 8.00am and 1.00pm on 12 August. You will need to upload evidence of your GCSE grades and pupil premium/looked after status if applicable.
Students currently studying at SCGSG
If you are currently a student at Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls we will contact you on GCSE results day to discuss your plans. There is no need for you to complete a confirmation form.
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Sixth Form Admissions Policy and Procedural Arrangements
Policy and Procedural Arrangements for Sixth Form Admissions
Entry to Year 12 is on the basis of academic ability demonstrated by achievement at GCSE.
All applicants will complete an application form to nominate their A Level subject selection.
For entry into Year 12 in September 2021, our Published Admission Number (PAN) for students who have not up to that point studied at Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls, is 20. The Sixth Form is open to girls only.
Places in the Sixth Form are offered on the basis of the following criteria:
- A minimum of Grade 5 in either English Language or Literature and in Mathematics;
- A minimum of five different subjects graded 7-9;
- The availability of places, bearing in mind the total efficiency of the school;
- Meeting the required criteria for three or more subjects to be studied at A-Level.
In order to be able to take a particular subject at A-Level, a grade 7-9 at GCSE in that subject is expected. Where the subject to be studied has not been taken at GCSE, an equivalent subject may be used at the discretion of the school.
Where Sixth Form places are over-subscribed, the following criteria will be applied to the allocation of places, in the order given below. Within each of the criteria, there will be rank ordering, based on academic ability demonstrated by GCSE grades:
- Current students
- Children who are looked after or previously looked-after children (CLA)
- Students in receipt of Pupil Premium funding (ie eligible for free school meals at any point in the 6 years prior to the application closing date. The school will require proof of eligibility for Pupil Premium funding with the final school report for predicted grades and reserves the right to withdraw the offer of a place if it has been made on the basis of an incorrect or misleading application)
- All other students.
Conditional places will be offered based on predicted GCSE grades supplied by the applicant’s school or in a school report.
Places will be confirmed following the publication of GCSE results. Applicants need to provide proof of their GCSE results to the school between 11.00am and 1.00pm on GCSE Results Day. Students due to be away on Results Day must make arrangements for their results to be sent to the school. If proof of results is not received by 1.00pm, the conditional offer of a place may be withdrawn. Students also need to bring proof of eligibility for Pupil Premium funding or that they are CLA.
Where there are exceptional personal circumstances, the Headteacher reserves the right to award a place in the Sixth Form. This applies where it can be shown that these circumstances experienced in Year 11 have impacted detrimentally on a student’s examination performance and that they have the academic potential to study in the Sixth Form.
Sixth Form Curriculum
We offer A Levels in:
- Computer Science
- Drama & Theatre Studies
- English Literature
- Further Maths
- Media Studies
- Religious Studies
Students also have the opportunity to complete an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).
A Level subject information and further information about the EPQ can be found here.
Our consistent examination success is unquestionable, as demonstrated by our high position in all league tables. Over 95% of our students continue into higher education, with around 60% gaining places at Russell Group universities. We offer comprehensive preparation for university entrance including Oxbridge. Some of the most popular subject choices include History, English, Medicine, Mathematics, Modern Foreign Languages, Business Studies and Law.
We encourage students to explore all routes which has included the KPMG school leavers' programme as well as apprenticeships e.g. JLR and Cushman & Wakefield, whilst on gap years.
Our weekly choices sessions enable us to invite external providers including companies and universities, to ensure that students are provided with up to date and relevant information.
A list of last years student destinations are available below: