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You need to complete the online application form.
14th January 2022 at 12.00pm.
There are approximately 500 students in the Sixth Form. Of these, there about 160 students who join us for their post 16 education.
Yes if you reach the entry criteria of at least 6 grades at 7 or above.
The majority of the Sixth Form study three A Levels and the EPQ. Some students study three A Levels and an AS Level in English Literature or Maths. If you reach the specific entry requirements, you can study four A Levels.
It is important to study subjects which you are interested in. Some future careers require specific A Levels and some A Levels work together better than others, which will help you apply to university courses or apprenticeships later on. If you are uncertain about what to study, please look at the Curriculum Information section for more information.
This is an additional qualification in which you develop the skills necessary to successfully complete an independent study project of an area of interest to you.
This obviously depends on the subjects you choose to study but class sizes generally range from 4 students to 20 students.
8.15am to 3pm.
There are 5 hours a day, making 25 hours a week. We have a two-week timetable to allow us to deliver a broad curriculum.
You are expected to complete between 20 and 24 hours of work outside timetabled lessons. This includes your study periods in school.
There are two dedicated spaces for Sixth Form students to study – the Legacy Building and the Lecture Theatre. Both of them are equipped with computers and they provide a high quality working environment.
Yes – all Sixth Form students are expected to follow the dress code, dress smartly and set an example to the rest of the school.
There are a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. Every subject area has clubs and they vary from the Young Enterprise Club to the Medical Society. In addition, there are a wide variety of musical ensembles and the choir. There are opportunities to take part in the dance show, the school musical and the concerts. Whether you enjoy competitive or recreational sport, want to develop your journalistic skills or your creative ones, there is an extra-curricular activity at CSGS to allow you to do this.
The school supports students taking part in the Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and overall has the highest completion rate for the Duke of Edinburgh Award in the borough.