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

We are proud to have seen our students go on to continue their academic studies at a range of institutions, including in recent year Oxbridge and Russell Group universities. Please click on the document below which sets out the destinations of our 2015 leavers. We wish them all the success in their academic endeavours!

Downloads

Page Downloads Date  
Destinations 2015.pdf 13th Jul 2018 Download
How to get into University.pdf 13th Jul 2018 Download

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- May 24
Year 9 DofE Groups 1,3,5,7,9 First Aid Course Monday 3rd June in Room E7. P1-P4 Year 10 DofE Tent Training after school outside the P.E. Office Monday 3rd June 3.15pm to 5pm. It may be cold or muddy so bring a coat if needed. https://t.co/lOAOxJst31
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- May 24
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- May 24
The wellbeing JLT had some mental health training this week from work stress solutions. They learnt about different strategies to support those suffering with mental health and how we can break the stigma associated with it. https://t.co/eAtr8QoruP
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- May 24
Massive well done to Thomas who acheived 1st place to become National Champion at the Northants Open National Kickboxing Championships. https://t.co/fsZ3yjdwBe
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- May 23
Year 10 will be getting their mock results tomorrow in assembly. Well done to all.  You have worked incredibly hard.  Have a great half term. https://t.co/1K40Lmbm5R
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- May 23
Here is our published list of sports activities students can do at lunchtime or after school. https://t.co/6hbOYlqxDs
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- May 22
Well done to all Year 11 students who once again are calming their nerves for tomorrow's big literature exam (which is a whopping 2hrs 15m!) by revising at our 'Walking Talking mock,' being led by Miss Knock. https://t.co/sgTYZ1MSUV
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- May 22
We are so excited to launch our annual school production, Fame JR the musical! We had a fantastic turn out with over 70 students signing up for auditions (which take place after half term). https://t.co/QwwquJmGB6
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- May 22
The Science dept. have created an innovative revision solution for A level students. Epsom and Ewell Monopoly to do revision questions. https://t.co/tGYRPwAOjl
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- May 22
Congratulations to Keira managed to secure one of only 600 places nationwide to attend a CyberFirst Defenders residential course, specifically reserved for CyberFirst competition participants. https://t.co/utHLmdWOps
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- May 21
The year 7,8 & 9 EESAT exams start on the 10th June and will run for three weeks. The EESAT booklets below show some exam tips, the exam timetable and revision guide: https://t.co/TapE0PsbvH https://t.co/pujZoHDuX5
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- May 19
Sports week starts on Monday! https://t.co/qwu5YMy04r
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