Firstly, on this page, you will find links to our London Private Sixth Forms exams.
In England, Wales, Northern Ireland and some Common Wealth countries a Sixth Form refers to the last 1-3 years of schooling. This is usually between the ages of 16 and 18. A Sixth Form education is to prepare for A-level exams, at the end of Year 13.
The word comes from an earlier system of schooling in England and Wales. The first 5 years of secondary schooling were divided into forms. You would move up a form every year until the fifth form. If you stayed on at school to prepare for A-levels you would then go onto the sixth form. This system was changed from the 1990-1991 academic year. School years are now chronologically numbered. Schooling starts with Reception (year turning 4) with Year 1 (year turning 5) following.
For most schools Sixth Form, therefore, consists of Year 12 (Lower Sixth) and Year 13 (Upper Sixth).
Although most English Private Secondary schools have a Sixth Form as part of the school, these can also be independent.
London Private Sixth Forms Exams
16+English (Emanuel) also
16+ Critical Reasoning
History of Art 16+
16+ Religious Studies
Exam preparation for all ages, all in one place.
11 Plus Maths / 11 Plus Science