UCAS

In the Sixth Form we provide comprehensive and personal advice to all students applying to university through UCAS.

The preparation we offer is varied including university trips, talks from external speakers as well as workshops on personal statements and course choices, to name but a few. Students work closely with their form tutors, the Head of Sixth Form, the school’s careers specialist and the SLT to ensure that every student receives personal advice which leads to the selection of ambitious yet appropriate courses and institutions.

In order to assist students to navigate the wide range of university courses available we encourage students to use Unifrog – a software programme which provides ideas about appropriate careers, courses and universities in response to declared interests and aptitudes. Students are issued with passwords by their tutors and have guided sessions by our careers specialist. Students can click on the link below to login:

https://www.unifrog.org/sign-in

 

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- Sep 29
In A Level sociology the application of key terms in essays is essential, that’s why we start every lesson with knowledge recall DO NOW activities #eehssixthform #recall #knowledge https://t.co/sQELe30ddw
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- Sep 28
Champions! Well done to all our students. Massive effort. https://t.co/N6YQTKiCeu
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The news you’ve been waiting for 😃. We have our Champions for the summer term's Virtual Surrey School Games! Plus the winners of the KS1 & KS2 Cultural Competition. Watch our celebration video to find out the winners https://t.co/z1vaSrHojT #VirtualSSG2020 #BackToSchoolGames
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- Sep 28
One of our year group form displays reminds students of the importance of reading. What are you reading at the moment? Why not pick up a book today! 📖 https://t.co/f7c10G8I9q
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- Sep 25
Tomorrow marks European day of languages. Get involved and have a go at these quizzes! 👍 https://t.co/YPfcVvBPoE
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- Sep 25
With all the new measures in place, we now run virtual assemblies which are played in form time. This weeks virtual assembly is a break from all things Covid related and focuses on how being unique can help us through problems in life. Watch it here: https://t.co/MxkoMxv4K2
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- Sep 24
We are developing a bespoke website especially for our prospective year 5 and 6 pupils. Join us at our open event launching soon. Visit and bookmark our website below to keep up to date. https://t.co/w3onGYBbWD https://t.co/peCXwHxAxd
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- Sep 24
Another happy customer. We can't promise to always get things right, but we aim to always listen and do our best to solve problems. Our parents and students are important to us. #schoolandparentsareateam https://t.co/vibINJKvFF
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- Sep 23
@Louise_Norman35 This is now being addressed. We will test the new system on Friday and if all goes to plan, we will begin next week.
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- Sep 21
Calling all parents and students of year 5 and 6 pupils. In compliance with local authority guidance, unfortunately we are unable to run a face to face open evening this year. Therefore at the beginning of October we will be launching our virtual open evening. https://t.co/EFpQ7ixdEw
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- Sep 18
Another problem solved! Students feeding back that access to water in their bubbles was an issue. New water coolers installed in every bubble. https://t.co/fc8sNHUK9S
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- Sep 17
Great to see our A Level psychology students making use of the study board in the quiet study room yesterday 👍#eehssixthform #hardwork #alevels https://t.co/YOnD4c7IN6
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