Enrolment

Enrolment to Lymm High Sixth Form could not be easier. Once you have applied, been interviewed and received your offer you will need to enrol.

Enrolment into Lymm High Sixth Form always takes place on GCSE results day; in 2014 this is Thursday 21st August. If you are not already at Lymm High School you will need to pick up your GCSE results then come over to Lymm between 12noon and 3pm.

You do not need to bring anything with you other than your GCSE results. If you are not available to enrol on the day please contact us so that we can make other arrangements for you.

Once you have enrolled, you will be given some Summer work for the subjects that have chosen. This will ensure you will get off to a flying start when you join us in September!

On Enrolment day you will receive a pack that gives you lots of information about the Sixth Form and what you need to bring on the first day.

We really look forward to welcoming you to Lymm High Sixth Form.

ENROLMENT INTO YEAR 13

In the March/April of Year 12, you will be asked to begin the decision making process about your study programme in Year 13. Students generally continue, in at least three of their four subjects, from AS to the full A Level qualification standard (A2). A range of additional options will be available to you should you need them. You will have individual review interviews with your form tutor and your parents/carers will be involved in the consultation process. If you are studying a BTEC qualification, you will automatically go through to the second year.

All decisions about your A2 study will be made on enrolment day. This happens on ‘A’ Level results day.

WHEN DO A2 COURSES START?

A2 courses will begin after the AS exams have finished in June of Year 12. Even if you know you are not continuing one of the subjects, we ask you continue in the lessons until summer to ensure you are able to taste what the subject is like at A2 which can often support your decisions on enrolment day.

DOES EVERYONE MOVE INTO YEAR 13?

Nearly all students do make a successful progression into Year 13 to complete their A Levels, having fulfilled their commitments and passed their AS examinations.

However, you should note that entry into Year 13 is not automatic: it is dependent upon your commitment throughout Year 12, including:

  • your effort and attendance throughout the year and in the four or five weeks after the AS exams;
  • the return of all AS textbooks and library books;
  • accurate completion, as instructed, of your personal details, additional information, GCSE results, AS results and A2 course and module names on the UCAS APPLY system, irrespective of whether or not you intend to take up a University place on leaving College;
  • your satisfactory performance in both internal assessments and external exams.