Sixth Form and Sixth Form Prospectus
We currently have a limited amount of places left for our current Year 12.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Applications for September 2024 will open Thursday 12 October 2023 after our Sixth Form Open Evening on Thursday 12 October 2023.
Glyn School welcomes applications for Sixth Form entry from internal students who will have attended Year 11 during the 2023-2024 academic year.
Glyn School also welcomes applications for Sixth Form entry from male and female external students who have not attended Year 11 at Glyn School during the 2023-2024 academic year.
After the full number of places have been offered, in accordance with the admission procedure, a waiting list will be established according to the over subscription categories:
Category 1: Looked After Children and Previously Looked After Children
Category 2: External Students who have a Sibling in the School
Category 3:Children who are attending feeder school - currently The Beacon School
Category 4:Children of Staff Employed to Work at Glyn School
Category 5: External students: The remaining places will be offered on the basis of nearness to the school measured in a straight line from the address point of the child’s home address, as set by Ordnance Survey to the nearest official school gate for pupils to use.
Further information regarding our Sixth Form Admissions Criteria and Admissions Number, additional notes in relation to the above categories and details of our admissions procedures are detailed in the below Admissions Polices link.
Only applicants applying under Category 4 'Children of Staff' must complete the Supplementary Information Form.
Applicants applying under Category 'Distance/Proximity' will be requested to upload a copy of the 2023 - 2024 council tax bill as evidence of the student's permanent place of residence.
Please click on the link at the top of this page to apply.
Entrance into the Sixth Form is subject to the regulations regarding nationality, residency status and eligibility for study in UK school Sixth Forms that apply at the time. Please refer to the Sixth Form Admissions Policy 2024 - 2025 for further details which may affect a place being offered to the applicant.
Please note, following the publication of the Sixth Form Prospectus the following courses were withdrawn for the September 2023 academic year:
- Music Technology
- Philosophy, Religion and Ethics (PRE)
- Uniformed Protective Services BTEC Level 3
The requirement for entry into Glyn School Sixth Form for September 2024, is a minimum of five Grade 9-4 GCSE's, including Level 4 or above in Maths and one English paper.
Students also have to meet the specified entry requirements for the courses they wish to study.
Please select three subjects in order of preference, the first being the subject which is most important to you -
- You can only study Further Maths if you are also studying Maths.
- A BTEC Single course will be studied for two years and will count as one of your choices.
- When choosing a BTEC Single Course, students should select a further two subjects and an enrichment option if applicable.
- The Extended Project Qualification can be selected as a fourth option.
Most students will opt for a program of study that includes three courses, however when you apply, you may wish to indicate that you wish to be considered to take a fourth A Level. Suitability for this programme will be discussed at applicant meetings in January 2024. Any subject can be studied as a fourth option and some are available to sit as an AS in Summer 2026 in the event that a student decides to not take their fourth option forwards into Year 13.
Please see the Prospectus for further information about each subject.
Each Student must also select two reserve subjects, with the first being the one you would most like to study. If we are not able to meet any of your first choices, you will be given a subject from your reserve list.
Extended Project Qualification
EPQ is an A-level standard standalone qualification designed to extend and develop your students' abilities beyond the A-level syllabus and prepare for university or their future career. It can be taken as an extension of other Level 3 qualifications or vocational qualifications. It's worth half an A-level (28 UCAS points). It's recognised by universities and employers. Many universities make lower A-level offers to students undertaking an EPQ.