Sixth Form Curriculum

We offer a choice of two different level 3 pathways that cover a broad range of academic, creative and vocational subjects. Both pathways allow progression to competitive universities, apprenticeships, or employment. There is also the opportunity, with agreement by the Head of Sixth Form, to re-take GCSE Maths and English Language as well as studying community languages to A-level. Courses are always under review.


General Entry Criteria: 5 GCSEs graded 9-6. Certain subjects require specific GCSEs at grade 6 or above.

Students can select three A-levels or two A-levels alongside the BTEC Level 3 Extended Certificate in Music Performance. Students can also opt to complete the Extended Project Qualification.

Art & Design Biology Business Chemistry
Chinese Economics English Literature French
Further Maths Geography History Maths
Philosophy and Ethics Physical Education Physics Psychology
Spanish Sociology BTEC Music Performance  
Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) – Optional 4th


 General Entry Criteria: 5 GCSEs graded 9-4 including English and Maths.

Students can select one of our standalone BTEC National Level 3 Extended Diploma courses which are each equivalent to studying three A Levels. Students can also opt to complete the Extended Project Qualification.

BTEC Business

BTEC Health & Social Care

BTEC Sport

Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) – Optional 4th



Students can opt to study the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) alongside any of the pathways above. This is worth half an A level and involves students planning and producing an independent project of their choosing. This can be a written dissertation, investigation, performance, or an artifact.  In support of our students completing the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), we partner with ‘Off the Curriculum’ who are an educational charity working across London on their academic journey.


The EIT programme prepares students with a strong GCSE grade profile or outstanding academic performance in year 12 to attend the top 20 universities including Oxford and Cambridge. All EIT students have access to free workshops and 1 to 1 support provided by our partners Oxbridge Applications and independent schools in our network.

Sixth Form Information Booklet

Sixth Form Information Booklet