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How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in the Sixth Form at Newstead Wood School.

All applications to join our Sixth Form are completed and submitted online.

All students are expected to select at least three full A Levels to study. We recognise that some students may wish to choose an AS subject to study alongside their A Levels, or a fourth A Level. We offer a small number of AS subjects from which to choose, and Further Mathematics as an additional A Level.

You will have the opportunity to study the EPQ and to follow an elective option. Elective options include Journalism, Preparation for Oxbridge, Future MDV's, Sport, Music, Japanology to name a few. 

If you have already made an application and wish to make an amendment or have a query please do not complete a new application. Instead contact Miss Roberts via email eroberts@newsteadwood.co.uk directly.

Applications for Sixth Form, September 2021 entry, can be made by completing the Sixth Form Admissions Form,  available here after the 3rd November 2020. 

Our full Admissions Policy can be found by clicking here. 

Please see our entry requirements in the meantime.

Please note if you are not a current Newstead Wood student you will need to submit a copy of your predicted GCSE grades signed by your Head of Year, or your most recent mock grades, or a recent school report with your application. Instructions for this will be included on the Sixth Form Admissions Form.

Applications close at 12.00am on January 31st 2021.

For information on our Virtual Open Evening please see our Open Event section.

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