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APPLY FOR SIXTH FORM AT STOKESLEY SCHOOL

You can apply online today by sending an application to sixthform@stokesleyschool.org, or simply download one of our application forms and send back to the college address.

When completing your form, please include your current target grades. Do not worry if you are working at a higher grade than these, as we will discuss them during your supportive interview.

We advise that you get your application as soon as possible for the following reasons:

  • Opportunity to sign up to forthcoming events
  • Have an early interview
  • Receive updates on what is happening at Stokesley Sixth Form
  • Obtain advice and guidance on careers and subject choices
  • Applications are coming in fast, so don’t miss out! Apply now!
  • If you require any further information, please contact Mr. Weedy at n.weedy@stokesleyschool.org

INTERVIEWS

We interview all potential Stokesley Sixth Form applicants during Year 11. You will receive details of your interview shortly after you return your application form. The interview might take place at Stokesley Sixth Form. Don’t worry, the interview will give you every opportunity to show why you are right for our sixth form; it will also give you the chance to discuss your application and ask any questions you might have about the courses that interest you and about Stokesley Sixth Form in general. It also gives those students who come into sixth form the opportunity to see students and staff during a normal working day. This gives a good idea of the activities going on here and a feel for the atmosphere.

At interview we will discuss your current progress, so please bring a copy of your most recent school report (or another document which shows your predicted grades).

ADMISSIONS

Admission forms are completed once students receive their GCSE results. Usually this takes place over two days: GCSE results day in the hall where students receive their grades, and the following day for external applicants. This year will obviously depend on the government guidelines relating to COVID-19 at the time, and information will be sent to all applicants closer to the time.

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