Progression from Year 12 to Year 13
The majority of courses followed in the Sixth Form are studied over two years, typically starting in Year 12 and being completed in Year 13.
Year 12 students are unlikely to take Threshold Exams this year. In these circumstances, progression to Year 13 will be on the basis of internal assessment. Once the position is clarified, it will be communicated to Year 12 students and their parents.
At the end of the first year of study, most students will take internal Threshold Exams to ensure their suitability to progress to the second year of their courses. Grades achieved in these exams will be used in the process of determining potential grades for UCAS applications.
The criteria for progression between the first and second year of Sixth Form study can be found here.