Students who applied and were unsuccessful in obtaining a conditional offer and have achieved the correct grades for entry will be given the opportunity to re-register their interest in joining our sixth form. Students who did not apply to us during the application process and have achieved the correct grades for entry will be able to register their interest in joining our sixth form on Friday 28 August. Initially, we consider students who have already applied and are on our waiting list.
As a consequence of the current COVID-19 situation, we will not be holding the supplementary enrolment in school this year, but will be processing it electronically. On Friday 28 August at 9:00am, our supplementary enrolment form will be available on our website. If you would like to register your interest you will have to complete the form and upload the following documentation to our website by Friday 28 August at 3:30pm:
Any offers of a place will be subject to availability of spaces on your chosen combination of subjects. Once all applications have been processed, and if spaces are available in the chosen subjects, we will contact you as soon as possible.
Students must in all cases, have achieved GCSEs at grade 6 or above in English language and mathematics plus three other GCSEs at grade 6 or above. To study Further Maths students must have achieved a minimum of mathematics grade 7 or above. To study four A Levels students must have six or more GCSE grade 7s or above. Students will also be expected to have obtained the course requirement grades as stated on the Sixth Form website.
Each year the school admits a minimum of 140 external students into Year 12 of the sixth form for a two-year linear A Level course. The actual number of places available to external students joining the school in Year 12 depends on the number of internal students continuing into the sixth form. In addition 30 students will be put on the waiting list.
The basic qualification: All applicants must have an academic reference from their current school stating their predicted grades. These must in all cases include GCSEs at grade 6 or above in English language and mathematics, and three other GCSEs at grade 6 or above. To study Further Maths students must be predicted a mathematics grade 7 or above.
Places will first be offered to applicants meeting the basic qualification (and any higher individual grade requirements in relation to their specific subjects) who have an Education Health and Care (EHC) Plan naming the school (issued by their local authority).
Places will then be offered in the following order:
Looked after2 and previously looked after3 children
Looked after children or children who were previously looked after but immediately afterwards became subject to an adoption, residence, or special guardianship order.
Applicants having a sibling4 living at the same address and already attending the school at the time of admission.
In cases where multiple siblings tie for the last place, then all will be offered a place, even if this exceeds the planned admission number.
Applicants who can provide evidence of an exceptional social or medical need that Camden School for Girls is specifically able to meet.
Such applications will only be considered if the case is made known to the school and supported by appropriate evidence at the time of the original application. This will normally be in the form of a letter from a suitably qualified professional such as the applicant’s doctor, consultant or social worker.
The remaining places will be allocated to those applicants meeting the basic qualification who live closest to the school and for whom places on their chosen courses are available.
Closeness to the school is measured in a straight line (‘as the crow flies’) from the centre of the pedestrian gate in the perimeter fence on Sandall Road and the permanent address at which the applicant normally resides at the time of the application. The school will carefully verify the permanent address of the applicant.
Once applicants have been ranked according to distance, places will be allocated in order of closeness to the school, subject to the following procedures.
The furthest distance that successful applicants live from the school varies from year to year and depends upon the varying demand for individual courses.
The school reserves the right to withdraw courses that fail to recruit in sufficient numbers.
30 students will be put on the waiting list. As places become available they will be offered to the students on the list in distance order, provided that their courses are available.
Students who are not originally offered a place because they were not predicted the required grades or due to distance from the school, will be invited to attend a Supplementary Enrolment Session on the official Enrolment Day if (a) they do achieve the required grades (b) are still interested in a place.
All places offered are subject to the following post-acceptance conditions:
Any applicant who is unable to satisfy these conditions will not be admitted to the school.
Act 1989. As this Act applies to England and Wales, a child has to be looked after by an English or Welsh local authority
(4) Sibling is defined in these arrangements as; a sister or brother, a half sister or brother, an adopted sister or brother, a step-sister or brother or the child of the parents’ partner where the child for whom the school place is sought is living in the same family unit and at the same address as that sibling.