We are delighted that you are considering Trinity for Sixth Form.
Your Sixth Form experience will be your most enjoyable time at school, exploring the subjects that interest you most within a vibrant, friendly and purposeful learning environment.
There are many co-curricular activities on offer, as well as our enriching Diploma programme, which we believe is central in providing a rounded and balanced education.
You will be viewed a School leader, encouraged to develop qualities of leadership and initiative, and to embrace our clubs and societies, plays and concerts, and teams and expeditions.
Trinity is a happy School with wonderfully supportive staff. It is our confident belief that you will leave Trinity after two enjoyable and challenging years, well prepared for Higher Education and life beyond.
If you are interest in applying, we would be delighted to welcome you to Trinity to find out more about life at the School.
Please contact Sixth Form admissions on 020 8656 9541, to arrange a forthcoming tour.
Feel free to browse digital copies of our Prospectus, Admissions Handbook and Sixth Form Subject Guide below.
Sixth Form Subject Guide
|Registrations close for A Level Choices and Sixth Form Open Evening||28 September 2020|
|Closing date for Sixth Form applications||Friday 16 October 2020|
|Entrance exam||Saturday 7 November 2020|
|Art Scholarship||Monday 16 November 4-6pm|
|Music Scholarship||Tuesday 17 November 5.30-9pm
Wednesday 18 November 5.30-9pm
|Sports Scholarship||Thursday 19 November 4-6pm|
|Interviews||Saturday 21 November|
|Offer of places||posted early December 2020|
|Social event for new students||March / April 2021|
|Lower Sixth Induction||Early September|
We expect all our students, both internal and external applicants, to achieve at least six GCSEs at grade 7 or above (or grade A or above) and to meet the subject specific requirements for A Level study, which can be found in our Guide to A Level Subjects.
All external applicants applying at 16+ will sit three entrance papers.
- A general examination paper which tests skills such as critical thinking and problem solving and written communication
- Two subject examination papers which will be selected by us based on A Level subject choices.
Please indicate A Level subject choices on our application form. We will select two subjects for you to be examined in. Specific revision will not be required, and questions will be appropriate to all examination boards.
After the Examination Day, we will invite some students for a general interview with a senior member of staff and up to two subject interviews. Please note that for DT, Art and Photography, portfolios will be required at interview. Please note there are separate dates for Music Scholarship and Sports Scholarship assessment.
Applications for entry in 2021 are now closed
All 16+ applicants are assessed for an academic scholarship, and can also apply for a maximum of two of the following scholarships: Art, Music, Drama or Sport scholarship.