Please use our online admissions form below, the paper version should only be used in those cases when you cannot access the online provision. Any enquiries regarding the admissions process should be made to firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Timetable Blocks
As promised after our deadline of Feb 1st we can now publish our course timetable blocks. Any applications after this time must coincide with these block and must only select no more than one course from any of the blocks.
|Block A||Block B||Block C||Block D||Block E|
|Biology 1||Applied Science||Chemistry||Business Studies||Art|
|History||English Literature||Economics||Maths||English Lang|
Application Process Timeline:
Nov – Jan
Applications received and acknowledged.
In the event a course becomes oversubscribe places will be allocated in order of date the application received. (The earliest applications will therefore have an advantage so we strongly recommend you apply online to reduce any time delay of receiving your application)
Deadline for applications
Course groupings for timetabling with then occur based on applications received. Though we do accept applications after this date they will not be considered as part of the timetabling so your course choices may not be available.
Offer letters sent out.
(External applicants are advised to check their junk/spam folder for offer emails)
We will arrange interviews with any students whose application may need more consideration
The offers will be accompanied by data requests for proof of identity (for external candidates) and other school required information and permissions. These data requests need to be completed for a student to be enrolled. Upon receipt of these data requests we will be able to fast track the enrolment process in August once the required grades have been confirmed.
Homework will be set during these sessions and is an integral part of the enrolment process (TBC)
End of Summer Term
Homework Due in
This work is a requirement to enrol on the subjects selected
GCSE Results and Enrolment
Arrangements will be published during taster event
All students wishing to join us should complete an enrolment form (available on our website) with proof of GCSE grades attained. You will then receive an acknowledgement of your place.
(students who may have just missed any of the entry requirements for their requested courses can request a call to discuss their course options)
Please note at this point if you have registered with us and received an offer but chose not to join us in September any information we have regarding you application will be destroyed in line with our Data Protections policy.
General Entry Requirements:
Our minimum entrance requirements are five GCSEs at Level 4-9 including English Language and Maths (GCSE equivalent qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis)
Please familiarise yourself with our subjects available for Sept 2021 by going to our 'Subjects Offered' page.
- Evidence of good attitude to study
- Evidence of good attendance
- Completed application form
- Internal students school report and attainment data will be reviewed.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation we are undertaking a different version of our usual Open Events to find out more go to our Open Events Page
We are quite rightly very proud of our Sixth Form at Stratford upon Avon School. If you believe you have the right ethos to do the very best you can, and make the most of your time with us, then we would be happy to receive your application to join us in September 2021.
|Level 3 Qualifications- A Level||Subject Entry Requirements (Level 2/GCSE)|
|Applied Science (Level 3 Extended Certificate)||Two grade 5s in GCSE Science|
|Architecture (Design Engineer, Construct) Level 3 Diploma||Grade 5 in Mathematics and a grade 5 in a Science|
|Art (Fine Art - Drawing & Painting)||Grade 5 in Art and / or evidence of Portfolio|
|Biology||Grade 6,6 in Combined Science GCSE or if you have studied the Sciences separately, grade 6 in at least two, including Biology, plus a grade 5 in GCSE Mathematics|
|Business Studies||Grade 4 in Maths and English Language|
|Chemistry||Grade 6,6 in Combined Science GCSE or if you have studied the Sciences separately, grade 6 in at least two, including Chemistry, plus a grade 5 in GCSE Mathematics|
|Criminology (Level 3 Diploma)||Grade 4 in English Language|
|Drama||Grade 5 in English and an enthusiasm for Drama|
|Economics||Grade 4 in Maths and English Language|
|English Language||Grade 5 in English Language|
|English Literature||Grade 5 in English Literature|
|Geography||Grade 5 in Geography|
Grade 5 in History (If History GCSE not taken then English Lang Grade 6)
|Maths||Grade 6 in Maths|
|Further Maths||Grade 7 in Maths|
|Media Studies||Grade 4 in English Language|
|PE (Physical Education)||Grade 5 in Sport / PE or grade 5 in Biology or grade 5,5 in Combined Science (students are expected to currently participate in a competitive sport|
|Physics||Grade 6,6 in Combined Science GCSE or if you have studied the Sciences separately, grade 6 in at least two, including Physics, plus a grade 5 in GCSE Mathematics|
|Psychology||Grade 6,5 in two Sciences and grade 4 in English Language|
|Photography||Grade 5 in Art or Photography and/or evidence of portfolio|
|Sociology||Grade 4 in English Language|
|Extended Project||As part of our enrichment programme|
|Level 2 Qualifications|
|GCSE English Language (re-sit)||Subject to discussion with the school|
|GCSE Maths (re-sit)||Subject to discussion with the school|
Sixth form places will be allocated on the following basis:
- Attainment of general entry requirement of five level 5 GCSEs including English Language and Maths
- Attainment of subject specific entry requirements.
Oversubscribed Subject Allocation:
The criteria above must first be met then subject places will be allocated in the following order;
- Students who already study at Stratford upon Avon School
- The date applications are received