Admissions & Fees

Welcome to Sixth Form Admissions

If you are considering our sixth form at Bishop Challoner do come and visit us and find out everything we can offer you.  We feel it is crucial that you know as much as possible about our school and sixth form so that you can make the right choice for your child.  We would like to help you on this journey and we look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you on a visit to Bishop Challoner.  You can speak with our Key Stage Co-ordinator, Mr Jon Bryson and he will provide you with further details.

Visits and personal tours can be arranged at any time through our admissions. Please contact Mrs Sue Long the Admissions Registrar, to make an appointment, on 020 8460 3546 or email admissions@bishopchallonerschool.com

Our Open mornings in October and March each year also give prospective parents and students the opportunity to tour the school and speak with staff and current students.

Alternatively to book your personal tour of our school click here to find out more about what we offer.

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Mrs Sue Long, Admissions Registrar

Applications and Entry Procedures

Students are normally expected to have gained at least 5 A*- B GCSE grades including at least Grade B for the subjects that they wish to study at A-level. Candidates are expected to achieve grades A or A* in some subjects that they wish to study at A Level, for example in maths.  A minimum of grade C in both English and maths is a requirement.   Your school will also be asked for a reference, a recent report and your predicted GCSE grades.  A Skype interview may be requested for overseas students.

Scholarships and Bursaries are available.  Please click on the left button to find out more about this.

We welcome and respect all faiths.

Application forms are available, along with a school prospectus, from the school office. Please click here for an application form.

Application forms should be returned with a registration fee of £75 (this includes the entrance fee). An interview with the parents and prospective students will then be arranged.

 

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