How to Apply for the Sixth Form
The Published Admission Number (PAN) for Year 12 in September 2021 is 56. This is the number of places, which will be offered on an annual basis to eligible external applicants. Entry to the Sixth Form is not subject to coordination by the Local Authority.
Year 11 students at Colyton do not have to make a formal application for sixth form – they may move on to sixth form if they meet the academic criteria for the courses they wish to take.
They can only be refused progression to the sixth form if they fail to meet any academic criteria for progression.
The same academic criteria will be applied to all students, whether they are internal students seeking progression or external applicants seeking admission.
Current Colyton Grammar School year 11 students will be asked to complete their option choices; completion of this process will be treated as their expression of interest to continue into the sixth form. Form tutors will advise and guide them through this process. Internal students who submit option choices before the deadline, and meet the admissions criteria have a guaranteed place. Please note the same entry requirements apply to internal and external applicants.
External Applicants Only
There is no entrance exam to join the Colyton Grammar School sixth form but external applicants need to fill in an online application form. Applications must be made directly to Colyton Grammar School using the online application form. Please contact the school if you are unable to do so.
The application round has now closed.
The admissions process for routine admission into Year 12 in 2021/2022 begins in November. Applications must be made to Colyton Grammar School and NOT to the Local Authority. The application process will be made available from 20 November 2020 and parents/students should expect to receive an acknowledgement of their application.
As a State Funded Selective Academy, there are no tuition fees for the Sixth Form at Colyton Grammar School.
A presentation about the Admission Process:
After The Deadline
Applications received after the deadline will be treated as late applications, but will be considered if submitted by 1 September 2021. Late applications will be considered once all on time applications have been dealt with.
Any information that is subsequently proven to have been provided fraudulently will potentially invalidate that application.
Any offer of a place in the Sixth Form will be conditional upon the GCSE results achieved by the student.
Entry Requirements Into The Sixth Form
The minimum entry requirements are the same for both internal and external applicants. Applicants are required to achieve a minimum of 54 points from their best eight GCSEs (or equivalent) including at least grade 5 at GCSE in English and Maths or a DfE recognised equivalency. The school will require a GCSE grade of at least A or grade 7 in any subject to be studied at A-Level, as specified in the Sixth Form Prospectus. The exception to this is that grade 8 is required for Further Mathematics and grade 7 in Maths is required to study Physics.
- Grade: 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
- Points: 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
No more than three Science GCSEs, one Mathematics GCSE and one PE GCSE may count in the best eight subjects. Further details are in the Sixth Form Prospectus available on the school’s website.