The best means of learning about the Sixth Form at Withington is to attend our Open Evening, usually held in October of each year. Girls and parents unable to attend are warmly invited to arrange to visit us by contacting the Registrar, Mrs Louise Jefferies. [ firstname.lastname@example.org 0161 224 1077 ]
Then, after receiving mock GCSE results in the Spring, interested girls or parents should contact the Registrar or complete and send in an Application Form. The requirement for girls wishing to enter the Sixth Form is at least 6 A* or A grades overall with A* (or equivalent) grades in those subjects to be taken at A level.
The deadline for applying to the Sixth Form is the end of the Spring Term (31st March 2017)
An Application Form may be downloaded below:
On receipt of an Application Form, we write to the prospective student’s current school for references. We then invite prospective Sixth Formers for interview during the latter half of the Spring Term or the start of the Summer Term.
If, on GCSE Results day, the required grades have been attained, pupils are asked to inform us, upon which they will be invited into school to bring in their GCSE results and collect a Welcome pack.
Open Evening Information
Our Sixth Form Open Evening was held on 13th October, but it is always possible to arrange a tour during school hours and to meet some of our current Sixth Form students.
Prospective Sixth Formers from other schools are encouraged to subsequently attend one of our other Open Days in order to get a really good look around the School and have further opportunities to speak to teaching staff and find out about other things such as transport and bursaries.
For information about our Open Events in November please follow this link.
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