Applying to the Sixth Form
Year 12 students in the Greenshaw Sixth Form study three A level courses. The entry requirement is a minimum of five full GCSEs at grade 6 (or grade B) or above. The grade profile must also contain grade 5 or better in both mathematics and English language. Individual subjects may have specific requirements, e.g. to start a geography course, a GCSE in geography at grade 6 or above is required. Please read our course booklet for the full details of our available courses and the entry requirements.
Subjects on offer for 2019-20 are as follows:
3D Design Technology, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Classics, Dance, Drama & Theatre, Economics, English, Fashion Textiles, Food and Nutrition, French, Geography, Government and Politics, Graphic Design, History, Mathematics, Further Maths, Media Studies, Photography, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology and Spanish.
Please note that spaces may now be filled on some courses. Please contact our Sixth Form team for details.
How to apply
Sixth Form enrolment took place at Greenshaw High School on Thursday 22nd August and Friday 23rd August. However, there are still places available on some courses.
Please contact the Sixth Form team for details by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 0208 715 1001.
If you wish to join the Greenshaw Sixth Form, please download the interactive application form below. Please open and save the form in Adobe Acrobat and email your completed form to email@example.com.
In some cases, we may be able to support a student's move from studying Year 12 in one school, to taking Year 13 at Greenshaw. This will be dependent on the exam boards that the student has followed, a record of excellent attendance and excellent progress in the student's subjects.
The course booklet and interactive application form can be downloaded below.
Please note that the form must be completed and saved in Adobe Acrobat.
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