We will be able to confirm entry to Year 12 and subjects on GCSE Results Day, 12th August. The Sixth Form team will be available at school between 9am and midday on GCSE Results Day and contactable by email or phone in the days following.
If you are a current student at Kings Langley School who has applied to join the Sixth Form from September 2021, you will receive a letter with your GCSE Results when you collect these from school.
If you have met the overall entry criteria for the Sixth Form and for all of your subject choices, we will confirm your place and subjects. If, having received your results you wish to make any changes to your subject choices, you should notify us of this as soon as possible, either by speaking to us on the day or by contacting us by email.
If you have narrowly missed the overall entry criteria or those for one or more of your subject choices, we will indicate this in the letter that is included with your results and suggest that you come and speak to us at school when you have opened your results. Alternatively, you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange a time to speak to you by phone.
If you are currently a student at another school who has applied to join the Sixth Form at Kings Langley from September 2021, and you wish to take up your place, please scan/photograph your Statement of Results and send this to us by email on email@example.com as soon as you can on or after 12th August. Once we have received this, we will be able to confirm your place and subjects.
Arrangements for the start of term
Friday 3rd September
Sixth Form students should attend school to complete a Covid-19 lateral flow device test.
Year 12 with surnames A – M should come to school between 11:35am and 12:25pm.
Year 12 with surnames N – Z should come to school between 12:25pm and 1:20pm.
13ARN/13BLO should come to school between 2:00pm and 2:40pm.
13DCK/13OHA should come to school between 2:40pm and 3:15pm.
Monday 6th September
Year 13 students will study at home completing work that has been set by their teachers.
Year 12 students should attend school for the Sixth Form Induction and Orientation programme, arriving promptly at 1pm. They will be dismissed from school at 3:15pm. This is an important session as they will be meeting with their form tutors and the Sixth Form team, and will be given their timetables.
Tuesday 7th September
Year 12 and 13 students all return to school for a full day of registration and lessons. All students should arrive promptly at 8:40am and will be at school until 3:15pm. No ‘home study’ will be allowed for students at the start of the year, so they must be in school for the whole day, prepared with the necessary books & equipment to complete their independent study at school.
A full programme for this period has been sent to all parents by email (including any supporting documents needed).