Sixth Form Admissions
Post 16 enrolment for 2021-22 has closed
POST 16 ADMISSIONS AND ENROLMENT 2022-23
Prospective students can apply here for a programme of study in the sixth form at Cranford Community College in 2022-23.
Please watch this video by students and staff at the academy.
Enrolment takes place at the academy, immediately after GCSE results have been released. Standard enrolment closes on or before 1st September each year but places always fill up very much earlier so prompt enrolment following the publication of examination results is highly recommended.
Places or Offers will be withdrawn if fraudulent or misleading information is given by the applicant or if relevant information is not disclosed at the outset. The matter may also be referred to the police.
For the minimum academic entry requirements to enrol on courses for 2022-23, please see below. These requirements are applied identically for internal and external students. The oversubscription criteria for external applicants to the sixth form are applied in the same order of priority as the rest of the academy. Meetings to discuss courses abd discuss options do not form part of the decsion process on wether to offer a place.
Cranford students (who attended in Year 11) only need to complete an enrolment form and do not need to apply, An enrolment form will be added HERE in due course.
Cranford students must still meet the academic entry requirements for the sixth form and the subjects they will study in order to be accepted in the sixth form and for particular courses.
The agreed MINIMUM ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS for the sixth form and individual courses can be found here.
External students need to complete an admissions application form online, CLICK HERE. You will need to bring proof of ALL their GCSE qualifications and their passport to enrol on DATE TO BE CONFIRMED
Information and documentation, verbal or written, which is provided during the application process and subsequently found to be untrue, falsified, incomplete or deliberately misleading, will result in the withdrawal of the place even once a student has started at the academy and fraudulent applications will be referred to the police.
For any queries, please contact the academy using the 'Contact Us' tab on this website > Enquiries > Head of Admissions.
GDPR notice for applicants to Year 12 (Post 16)
We will only use this data during the admissions process and for keeping records of the process. Processing data from applications allows us to manage the admissions process and to carry out our legal obligations.
If your application is unsuccessful, we will not keep your data beyond what is required in accordance with statutory requirements.
If your application is successful, we will keep your data as required during your time at Cranford Community College.
You are under no statutory obligation to provide us with personal data during the admissions process. However, if you do not provide the information, we may not be able to process your application properly or at all.