As a Sixth Form student
The Coopers’ Company and Coborn School enjoys an excellent reputation locally and nationally. In 2019 our A Level results put us amongst the top state schools in the country and one of the most successful providers in the local area with around 70% of grades at A*, A or B.
The School is designated as having a religious character and seeks to uphold the Christian principles embodied in The Coopers’ Company motto ‘Love as Brethren’. We have a reputation for being a School that cares for all members of its community. We welcome students from all backgrounds and cultures, we only ask that they possess inquiring minds and the enthusiasm and determination to do their best.
Our Open Evening for Sixth Form entry September 2020 was held on Thursday 28th November 2019. If you were not able to attend please download the Prospectus which gives an overview of the Sixth Form along with courses available. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Admissions for clarification.
Applications for September 2020 are now closed. If you have missed the deadline and would still like to apply to join our Sixth Form then please come along on GCSE results day with a copy of your GCSE results and complete an application form to enter our Clearing process.
Please note that all applications within Clearing will be reviewed on results day but ONLY SUCCESSFUL candidates will be contacted on the Friday or Saturday.
- We will only be able to process your results as follows:
- Surnames A-C – should arrive at 1pm
- Surnames D-F – should arrive at 1:20pm
- Surnames F-I – should arrive at 1:40pm
- Surnames J-N – should arrive at 2pm
- Surnames O-R -should arrive at 2:20pm
- Surnames S-Z – should arrive at 2:40p
- Please ONLY arrive at the school at the time allocated above – we will not be able to process your enrolment at any other time.
- We are also required to check your identity. As such, you must bring one of the following (original, not photocopies) with you: Passport, National Insurance Card, Birth Certificate, Credit or Debit Card. If you are a non-EU student, or have been living outside of the UK/EU for the past three years, you will be required to provide your passport and either a valid student visa or Home Office documents evidencing your right to live and study in England.
- Please note that it is highly likely that social distancing will be in place when you attend the school and so the process is likely to take longer than usual. We ask (where possible) that only you attend the school, rather than attending with a parent/carer – this is to minimise the people travelling to the school and to reduce the number of people on the school site.
- If you wish to consider changing one of your A Level choice, then you will need to submit this request to us on GCSE Results’ Day as part of the enrolment process.
- Please note if you fail to achieve the overall entry criteria (eight GCSE at Grade 5 and above, including a Grade 5 in English Language and Maths), then you are unable to join us. We respectfully ask you not to attend the school if you are in this position.
- If you achieve the overall entry criteria, but fail to achieve the subject specific grades to enter your A Level courses, then you are able to attend the school site at 3pm (please do not arrive at other times) and enter our usual ‘Clearing’ process. Please see our Admissions Policy for further details of this process – where we are able to allocate additional places if we have space.
- Please note that should a new ‘lockdown’ be initiated then an alternative form of enrolment will be put in place using online technology.