Transition to Sixth Form

Taster Sessions

Individual subjects have produced either a video via YouTube or an audio PowerPoint to give you some idea of the transition to A Level work.

Applied Business

Applied Business introductory task (1)

Art

Biology DNA and replication taster exam questions

Biology DNA and DNA replication 2020

Chemistry

Chemistry Transition sheet

English Literature

French

Maths

Media

Philosophy and Ethics

Psychology

Physics

Spanish

 

Any student who attends Swanwick Hall School that meets our entry requirements is entitled to apply for a place at Swanwick Hall School Sixth Form via our expression of interest form. This form starts the process where we will work with students to ensure that they are pursuing a range of choices that will enable them to follow any career aspirations they have.

Through the Autumn, expressions of interest will be invited and in late 2019/early 2020, students will be invited to a meeting with a senior member of staff to explore their reasons for their choices. Following this meeting, offers of a place will be sent, based on an expectation of meeting the official entry requirements.

In the summer, when results become available, students will be given a time when they can come in and sign up for the sixth form, ready for the start of courses in the first week of September.

A copy of our Sixth Form Prospectus is available to download here.

Swanwick Hall Sixth Form Prospectus September 2020

Entry Requirements

A Level courses

At least a grade 4 in GCSE English Language and GCSE Mathematics
At least 4 other qualifications at grades 4-9 (or equivalent)
At least grade 6 (or equivalent) in the A-level subjects you wish to study
For any of the Science A-level courses, you need to have studied Combined Science, or Triple Science GCSE and have achieved grade 6.
For Psychology A-level, you need to have achieved at least a grade 6 in GCSE Mathematics.

 Level 3 Vocational courses

At least a grade 4 in GCSE English Language and GCSE Mathematics
At least 3 other qualifications at grades 4-9 (or equivalent)
At least grade 6 (or equivalent) in the subjects you wish to study

 

There are some courses for which a GCSE in that subject is not essential for studying the course in the sixth form: these include Sport Studies, Media Studies, Business Studies, Health and Social Care, and Psychology

For Swanwick Hall students

GCSE results day is Thursday 20 August 2020. You need to register for the Sixth Form, in the Sixth Form Centre, on that day between 10am – 2pm. Upon arrival you will be allocated an appointment time with one of the Sixth Form team to discuss your results and enrolment.

External applicants

We also welcome applications by students who attend other schools. If you are an external applicant and you would like to arrange a tour of the school, or if you have any further questions about Swanwick Hall School Sixth Form, please contact the school by telephone on 01773 602106 or by email at enquiries@swanwickhall.derbyshire.sch.uk

How to apply

Please complete the Swanwick Hall Sixth Form Application Form. If you have any other questions please email Miss Haslam, SPL KS5 E: dha@swanwickhall.derbyshire.sch.uk

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