Applying to our Sixth Form
Beaumont welcomes students seeking to join its large, popular Sixth Form, which possesses an outstanding local reputation.
Achievement in the Sixth Form is outstanding – OFSTED 2014
Teaching in the Sixth Form is outstanding – OFSTED 2014
Leadership of the Sixth Form is outstanding – OFSTED 2014
Students make outstanding progress which means they leave Year 13 with standards well above average – OFSTED 2014
Our Sixth Form currently consists of 345 students, more than 100 of whom joined from other schools to undertake their studies. Academic outcomes are outstanding, as detailed on our Results page. Crucially, students are extremely well supported in their studies and personal development, an area which is acknowledged as a great strength of our school.
There are no restrictions on applications other than each prospective student being likely to meet our course entry criteria, and being able to travel to the school site to begin classes at 8.30am.
We are delighted that a major expansion of our dedicated Sixth Form facilities opened in July 2014, doubling the size of the study and social facilities available to our students. Click here for further information.
Sixth Form applications for entry in September 2018
The BeauSandVer Trust Information Evening, for any student wishing to apply to a BSV Trust school, is on Thursday 2nd November. It is hosted by two of the BSV Trust schools, this year Beaumont and Verulam, with the presentation by the BSV Headteachers being given at both sites: 7.00pm at Verulam and 8.00pm at Beaumont. Year 11 students across the three BSV Trust schools are invited to one of the two venues. From Beaumont, students in 11L, 11E or 11A should attend the Verulam presentation, while students in 11R, 11N or 11S should attend the Beaumont presentation. Spare copies of the letters issued to Beaumont students can be downloaded here.
The Beaumont ‘Into the Sixth Form’ evening will take place on Thursday 11th January, starting at 6.00 pm. At this evening there will be the opportunity to discuss potential subject choices with teachers and collect our Sixth Form brochure and application pack. You should attend this evening if you are already at Beaumont, in Year 11, or you are currently studying at a different school and considering applying. Further details of this event will be published later in the Autumn Term.
Click here for the current Subject Specific Entry Criteria. [The 2018 version will be published in due course.]
Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation from the BSV Information Evenings held on 3 November, 2016.
Click here to download a copy of the current BSV Application Form. [The 2018 version will be published in due course.]
To view the current BSV flyer, please click here
To view the Beaumont Sixth Form Brochure (2017), please click here [The 2018 brochure will be uploaded on publication.]
The Russell Group’s Informed Choices, 2016-17 booklet can be downloaded here. It contains national guidance on Sixth Form subject choice which relates to potential future applications to their member universities.
|BSV Trust Information Evening||Thursday 2nd November, 2017|
|Into the Sixth Form Evening||Thursday 11th January, 2018|
|Sixth Form application deadline||Wednesday 7th February, 2018|
|Sixth Form induction||27th & 28th June, 2018|
We welcome external applicants to the Sixth Form. Please click here for a map to locate the school.
16–19 Bursary Fund
You could get a bursary to help with education-related costs if you’re aged 16 to 19 and:
- studying at school or college in England
- on a training course, including unpaid work experience.
What a bursary is for
A bursary is money that you can use to pay for things like:
- books and other equipment for your course
- transport and lunch on days you study
If you would like more details about the 16-19 Bursary visit the government website here.
You can download a copy of the Beaumont 16-19 Bursary Fund guidance and application form here.
If you need more guidance about the Beaumont 16-19 Bursary Fund, please speak to your Form Tutor, Mrs Riggott-Jones, Mr de Kort or the Finance Office.