You can find out more about our ethos, the subjects available and our enrichment programme in our Sixth Form Prospectus.
September 2024 Applications
Applications for 2024 entry are open now. Please click here to apply. Applications close on the 4th January 2024.
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For an overview of our admissions schedule please click here.
If you are an international applicant, please check the following government guidance regarding eligibility before applying for a Sixth Form place.
What does the admissions process look like?
Applications close in January, after which you will be invited for a meeting with a member of the senior leadership team. To learn more about what happens after that please see our admissions schedule.
What does a day in the life look like at WLFS Sixth Form?
What A level subjects do you offer?
Art & Design
Art & Design
History of Art
Find out about the A level subjects we offer by listening to our Heads of Department
Find out about what subjects are a good fit for you here.
We reserve the right to change these blocks, depending on demand.
What are your entry requirements?
You can find out more about our entry requirements and possible subject combinations here.
What does the school day and timetable look like?
All students are expected to arrive at school by 8.35am. The school day officially ends at 3.45pm (totalling 35 hours, 25 minutes per week). You can find out more about each school day and other general information from our Sixth Form Handbook.
What's your uniform policy?
We do not have a fixed dress code but ask that students come to Sixth Form dressed in a respectable manner.
What musical opportunities are available at the sixth form?
What academic extension opportunities and co-curricular activities do you offer?
Academic Scholars provides an enriching extension of the A-level curriculum to our more able sixth form students. You can learn more about the programme here.Extended Project Qualification
We offer the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) in addition to your A-level choices. You can learn more here.Guest Speaker Programme
Each week we host an external speaker on a wide variety of current affairs and careers related topics, with the aim of broadening our student's minds and horizons beyond the curriculum. This is a weekly timetabled slot which is compulsory for Year 12 students.
We have a fantastic offer of free co-curricular activities available to all our sixth form students. Find out about or co-curriculuar programme here.
Students also have access to a huge range of external opportunities through our SWAY Bulletin, which is sent to them every week.
Where are your alumni now and what do they say about their experience at WLFS Sixth Form?
Visit our testimonials page for more insights from our alumni.
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