Thank you for your interest in Marling Sixth Form. The admissions section gives you the latest information about the application process for students wishing to join us in September 2020. If you weren't able to attend our virtual induction day on 8th July, you can view the information from the event below. In the rest of this section you can chat to our students, read about our last sixth form open evening, including advice on choosing A Level subjects, and find out about our admission policy for September 2021.
Some of our Y12 students have put together a video showing the sorts of thing they have been getting up to in recent weeks. We hope you enjoy watching it and that it gives you a glimpse of the variety of activities our students do, even at times like this.
All students who applied for a place in Marling Sixth Form have now been sent a letter offering a conditional place for September together with A Level preparatory work to help with the transition from GCSE to A Level study and an induction pack.
We understand that there will be numerous questions about sixth form applications and plans for September at this time. While we can't answer all your questions right now, we will do our best to keep you informed.
Stay safe and well.
The initial application deadline for joining Marling Sixth Form in September 2020 was 14th February. If you would like to make a late application please send it through to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will not be able to respond after 16th July but your application will be held on file and we ask you to contact us on results day.
The address for postal applications is as follows: Mr Farr, Head of Marling Sixth Form, Marling School Sixth Form, Cainscross Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 4HE.
Our current 2020 Admissions Policy can be viewed below.
Following the recent consultation, the 2021 Admissions Policy has now been determined, and can be viewed below.
Sixth Form Open Evening took place on Thursday 14th November. We were delighted to meet hundreds of prospective students and parents. We look forward to welcoming many of you in September.
If you were unable to attend Open Evening, you can view the slides from the keynote presentation and the talk on choosing A Levels below.