Enrolment at KSA Sixth Form - September 2021

For students who are currently at another school who would like to enrol at KSA Sixth Form, enrolment will take place on Thursday 12th August (GCSE Results Day) from 10:30am-3pm.

If you have already been interviewed and received an offer, we will be able to confirm your place if you meet the conditions of your offer. If you have not achieved the conditions of your offer, we may still be able to still consider your application and will be able to confirm whether we can offer you a place by the end of the day.

If you haven’t received an offer, we will be able to complete your interview and confirm whether you have a place or not on the day, which will be dependent on availability of places overall and within your chosen subjects.

On the 12th August, please bring with you:

  • A copy of your GCSE Results
  • Your passport or other form of identity

If you are not able to come to KSA on GCSE Results Day, please email sixthform@kingsolomonacademy.org by 3pm stating:

  • your full name
  • your GCSE Results including subjects and grades
  • your subject choices for Sixth Form

If you have met the conditions of your offer, we will then be able to hold a provisional place for you, which will be confirmed when you attend a short meeting in school showing evidence of your GCSE Results and completing relevant enrolment documents.

We look forward to celebrating your GCSE results and beginning the Sixth Form journey!
 

Entrance Criteria and Policy

Admission Policy: PDF iconKing Solomon Academy Admission Policy 2021-22 UPDATED August 2021.pdf Within the policy the admissions criteria are defined, including the minimum academic performance criteria:

For A-level subjects: 5 Grade 6s and above in GSCEs, including English and Maths (not including BTECs or other equivalents).

For Busines BTEC: 5 Grade 5s and above in GSCEs, including English and Maths (not including BTECs or other equivalents).

In 2019-20 we responded to Covid-19 by offering places based on successful completion of bridging work in the summer of 2020. We will review examination arrangements in the months ahead and update information here regarding admission through bridging work.