Cleeve School

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Sixth Form Admissions

The Sixth Form welcomes students from both Cleeve School and schools in the surrounding area.

Please find to follow links to the 2017 Application Form, the 2017 Prospectus and the 2017 Subject Information Pages:

Please click here for the 2017 Application Form (with Option columns).

Please click here for the 2017 Prospectus.

Please click here for the 2017 Subject Information Pages.

Sixth Form Subject Offer and Entry Criteria - September 2017

At our Open Evening, on Monday 23rd January 2017, full details of options, timetabling and the application process were issued to students and parents, as well as a copy of the Sixth Form Prospectus and Subject Information Pages (links above).

Our planned Subject Offer for September 2017 and our main Entry Criteria, can be seen below.

A reminder that students will be selecting three subjects and complete these in a linear mode before being examined at the end of Year 13.

If you have any initial queries, please contact us by phone or at: sixthformteam@cleeveschool.net

 

Planned Subject Offer for September 2017

 

Entry Criteria for September 2017

Students should select three A Levels or BTEC/National qualifications to study over their two years at Sixth Form. Please note that students can choose a combination of both types of qualification. In order to study in the Sixth Form you need to meet the entry requirements for your chosen subjects.

For all courses and combinations you must achieve a minimum Grade 4 for GCSE English Language and Mathematics.

A Level Courses

  • You must achieve a minimum of four Grade Bs and one Grade C at GCSE.

(English and Maths Grade 5 or above will be counted as one of the five acceptable results)

  • Each subject will also hold their own specific entry criteria with regard to GCSE performance in their subject (or related subject).

 BTECs/Nationals

  • You must achieve a minimum of four Grade Cs at GCSE in four different subjects.

(English and Maths Grade 4 or above will be counted as one of the four acceptable results)

  • For all subjects you wish to study at BTEC/National, a minimum Grade C (or Grade 4) must be achieved in that, or an associated subject.

Combined A Level and BTEC/National Courses

  • You must achieve a minimum of four Grade Cs at GCSE in four different subjects.

(English and Maths Grade 4 or above will be counted as one of the four acceptable results)

  • For each A Level subject you wish to study, you must also meet their own specific entry criteria with regard to GCSE performance in their subject.
  • For all subjects you wish to study at BTEC/National, a minimum Grade C (or Grade 4) must be achieved in that, or an associated subject.

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Update: Information on Curriculum Structure for 2017 (21.11.16)

The DfE has reformed A Levels over the past two years, moving back to two year linear A Levels, with an intended phasing out of AS Levels, which is also in line with our current BTEC structure. During the period of mixed course structures (with some subjects still containing AS Levels coupled with A Levels), Cleeve Sixth Form has continued to enter students for AS Levels in the vast majority of subjects. However, from September 2017 all courses will be delivered as two year linear courses. Please click here to read further information on this change.

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