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Sixth Form Admissions

Sixth Form Application and Assessment Details - September 2021 Entry

The registration deadline for September 2021 is 30th October 2020 

Applicants will be invited to undertake three interviews, with Darryl Wideman (Head of Radnor House), Peter Nathan (Director of Sixth Form), and the Subject Leader of one of their subject choices. In the interviews, they will be expected to talk about their personal statement submitted with their application form. They will complete a computer adaptive cognitive ability test. A reference and predicted grades will be requested from their current school.

Late applications will be considered at the discretion of the Registrar. 

The Radnor House Twickenham entrance criteria is made up of four equally weighted components:

  • A minimum of seven 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.

  • Interview with the Head and Director of Sixth Form based on your completed registration form and personal statement (available in the downloads box)

  • Subject-specific interviews with the appropriate subject leader

  • A reference from your current school

Assessment afternoons are held on various dates during the Autumn and Spring Terms. Conditional places will be offered subject to the results of the entrance procedure and will be based on expected grades at GCSE. 

  • Registration Deadline: 30th October 2020
  • Interviews: Wednesdays 11th and 18th November
  • Outcome: 8th December 2020

Late applications will be accepted if places are available and assessments will be arranged on receipt of the registration form and fee. 

If you receive an offer and choose to accept it, you should consider yourself as a Radnor House pupil 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. 

Our Sixth Form Open Evenings takes place every year during the autumn term.  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. 

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