Firstly, on this page, you will find links to London Sixth Form Private Schools Websites below.

There is a huge range of Independent/private schools spread out over Great Britain, Ireland, The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. These schools are fee paying and most of them are members of the ISI (Independent Schools Inspectorate).

 

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Sixth Forms

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. Although most Sixth Forms form part of a Secondary school, they can also be independent. Independent Sixth Forms Colleges imitate learning in a more informal manner, closer to University.

You may find that Sixth Form colleges are different from those attached to secondary schools on the following:

  • No uniform
  • Meeting new people as learners all come from different schools
  • More independence preparing learners for after school
  • A wider range of subjects including BTEC and vocational courses

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.

Although Sixth Form is not compulsory in England, children of that age need to still be in formal education. There are therefore a few choices after writing GCSE’s at the end of Year 11:

  • Attend Sixth Form in preparation of University/Academic qualification
  • Vocational training
  • Advanced Apprenticeship

Below you will find a list of Independent Sixth Forms. Some of these are part of Secondary Schools while others are independent.

Sixth Form Websites

A C S Cobham International School

ACS Egham International School

A C S Hillingdon International School

Alleyn’s School

Bancroft’s School

Bellerbys College London

Blackheath High School GDST

Box Hill School

Cambridge Tutors College

Canbury School

Caterham School

CATS College London

Channing School

Charterhouse

Chelsea Independent College

City of London Freemen’s School

Cty of London School

City of London School For Girls

Claremont Fan Court School

Colfe’s School

Collingham Independent College

Cranleigh School

Croydon High School GDST

DLD College London

Dunottar School

Ealing Independent College

Emanuel School

Epsom College

Ewell Castle School

Fine Arts College

Francis Holland School, Regent’s Park

Francis Holland School, Sloane Square

Frensham Heights

Guildford High School for Girls

Halliford School

Hampton Court House

Hampton School

Harris Westminster Sixth Form

Harrow School

Hawley Hurst School

Highgate School

Hurtwood House

Ibstock Place School

James Allen’s Girls’ School

Kew House School

King Edward’s Witley

King’s College School (KCS)

Kingston Grammar School

Latymer Upper School

Lingfield School

Mander Portman Woodward (MPW)

Marymount International School

More House School Farnham

More House School Knightsbridge

Mount House School

Mount House School (St Martha’s)

Northwood College GDST

Notre Dame Senior School

Notting Hill and Ealing High School GDST

 

London Sixth Form Private Schools Websites Part II

Old Palace of John Whitgift School

Portland Place School

Prior’s Field

Putney High School GDST

Queen’s College London

Queen’s Gate School

Radnor House

Reed’s School

Reigate Grammar School

Riverston School

Royal Grammar School

Royal Russell School

Sir William Perkins’s School

South Hampstead High School GDST

St Augustine’s Priory

Saint Benedict’s School

St Catherine’s School, Twickenham

Saint Catherine’s, Bramley

St Dunstan’s College

Saint George’s College Weybridge

St Helen’s School

Saint James Senior Boys School

St John’s School

Saint Paul’s Girls’ School

St Paul’s School

Saint Teresa’s Effingham

Streatham & Clapham High School GDST

Surbiton High School

Sutton High School GDST

Sydenham High School GDST

TASIS England

The Cedars School

The Godolphin and Latymer School

The John Lyon School

The Lady Eleanor Holles School

The Laurels

The Royal Ballet School

The Swaminarayan School

The Yehudi Menuhin School

Tormead School

Trinity School

University College School, Hampstead

Westminster School

Whitgift School

Wimbledon High School GDST

Woldingham School

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School News

In most cases, universities make conditional offers to school leavers. These offers are then dependent on A-level results. However, due to competition between universities, there has been a rise in unconditional offers. Specifically with the Russell Group of research-intensive institutions.

The Russell Group include Universities of Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Durham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Imperial College London, King’s College London, University of Leeds, Liverpool, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Queen Mary University of London, Queen’s University Belfast, University of Sheffield, Southampton, University College of London, University of Warwick and the University of York.

Figures from UCAS, the University Applications administrator, show that 7% of the 950 000 offers this year was unconditional.

Ucas said that the unconditional offers were more for older students who already hold qualifications, creative arts students who submit a portfolio or have an audition and for students with mental health problems.