Sixth Form Admissions From another School

Applications for Sixth Form Entry 2021Closing date 30 October 2020 

All Sixth Form applicants from other schools are invited to attend an interview with the Headmistress and Head of Sixth Form and a request is made for GCSE predictions and a school reference. A typical academic profile of a girl entering Year 12 is 9 or 10 GCSE grades at A or A* (including English and Maths) or at Grades 7, 8 or 9.  Achievement of at least Grade A/Grade 7 at GCSE is required for all subjects to be studied at A Level.

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Sixth Form Scholarships

Academic scholarships are available on the strength of a girl’s academic potential, result of the scholarship examination and predicted GCSE grades. The Academic Scholarship examination for entry in 2021 is on 5 November 2020.

Art Scholarship applicants should be studying GCSE Art. Candidates are required to present a portfolio comprising between ten and fifteen well presented pieces of work, including one sketchbook and one piece of work produced independently of school.  Successful candidates should be committed to art and demonstrate ability, passion and a love for the subject beyond conventional expectations and be expected to undertake a full A level course. How to apply for an Art Scholarship

Music Scholarships are available to applicants of exceptional ability and potential and include free tuition in school for one instrument. Applying for a Music Scholarship

Girls in Year 11 at Channing School are offered places on the basis of their record in the Senior School. Sixth Form academic scholarships are available for current pupils on the strength of their academic potential and contribution to the school community and the result of the scholarship examination.

Sixth Form Bursaries

Available for up to 100% of fees, dependent on financial circumstances. Our Financial Assistance Policy provides more details. If you wish to apply for a Sixth Form Bursary please complete our online Bursary Application Form