ADMISSION TO THE SIXTH FORM
We welcome girls of all backgrounds to join our current Year 11 girls in moving up to the Sixth Form. We admit around 10-15 girls each year, many of whom are awarded bursary or scholarship places. We welcome the valuable contribution new girls bring - new ideas, new interests, new personalities and new ambitions.
Admission to the Sixth Form is by written examination and interview in the October prior to entry the following September. All girls will take entrance papers in the four subjects they propose to study at 'AS' level. Each paper lasts 30-40 minutes.
Approximately 95% of total GCSE entries at CLSG are awarded A* and A grades. In this context, we would expect all our Sixth Form applicants to achieve 9 or 10 GCSEs at A* and A. We would not expect any girls entering the Sixth Form to have more than 2 B grades at GCSE. Girls need to achieve at least an A grade at GCSE in the subjects that they wish to follow for A Level. At the end of the Lower Sixth, girls are expected to achieve a minimum of a B grade in any AS subject which she wishes to continue with at A2. We aim for our Sixth Form girls to work hard as well as to make the most of the wealth of extra-curricular activities here at CLSG, so that they finish school as girls well-equipped to continue on whichever path they choose after their time at school.
To register for entry in 2015, please complete the online registration form which can be found here, by Friday 24th October 2014.
KEY DATES FOR 16+ (YEAR 12) ENTRANCE 2015
|Closing Date for Registrations||Friday 24th October 2014|
|Date of Entrance Examinations||Tuesday 4th November 2014|
|Interviews for Shortlisted Candidates||Thursday 13th November 2014|
|Results Emailed||Friday 21st November 2014|
|Offer Holders Open Morning||Tuesday 9th December 2014|
|Acceptance Deadline||Noon Friday 12th December 2014|
Please see pages 18 and 19 of our Admissions Booklet for full details of 16+ entry, and please click here to view our Sixth Form prospectus. You will also find details of the 16+ assessments and what you can expected to be tested on in the 'assessment information' document below.