We understand that choosing the correct Sixth Form environment is an important and sometimes difficult daunting task. Your years in the Sixth Form are a time of great development, discovery, fun and challenge; you will discover and learn a great deal and be faced with new choices and opportunities that will excite and motivate you. Making the correct decision now will help shape the person that you become; our environment will enable you to choose the path that will bring guide you to happiness, success and fulfillment.
Registrations are still open for Sixth Form entry in September 2018, please contact the Admissions Department to make an appointment.
Our Sixth Form Open Evenings take place every year during the autumn and spring terms. It is an opportunity to meet with A Level subject teachers, tour the facilities and hear from the Director of Sixth Form about the vision and aim for the Sixth Form. The next open events are as follows:
Wednesday 19th September 2018 - 6.30pm Please Click Here to book your place
2018 Applications for Sixth Form - Applications are still being accepted.
Candidates are invited to apply in the Autumn term of Year 11 and places are offered based on expected grades at GCSE and satisfactory completion of the admissions procedure.
The Radnor House Twickenham entrance criteria is made up of five equally weighted components:
- A minimum of eight GCSE passes at Grade 6 or above, including English Language and Mathematics, with the expectation of Grade 7 and above passes in subjects to be studied at A level.
- An interview with the Director of Sixth Form based on your completed registration form (available in the downloads box)
- Subject specific interviews with the appropriate subject leader
- A computer adaptive test (Yellis)
- A reference from your current school
Assessment afternoons are held on various dates during the Spring Term 2018. Offers will be made shortly afterwards. Late applications will be accepted if places are available and assessments will be arranged on receipt of application.
If you receive an offer and choose to accept it, you should consider yourself as a Radnor House student and are therefore able to take advantage of our teachers' experience and expertise. You will also be able to meet with the Director of Sixth Form to discuss your chosen A Level Options.
On i/GCSE results day, you will be required to inform us of your results and bring your official results sheet with you on your first day in the Sixth Form.