An email confirmation is sent to the email address that was submitted on your application. Our advice is to check your ‘Junk’ mail folder to see whether the email has been directed there. Should you still not find our confirmation email, please contact us at 6thAdmissions@hayes.bromley.sch.uk
We will contact all applicants by the end of February regarding the next stage of the application process, confirming whether we can offer a Guidance Meeting.
Students from Hayes School
GCSE results will be available from the Main Hall from 9.00am - 11.00am. The results envelope will contain information regarding the next steps.
Results that have not been collected from school will be sent via first class post.
Applicants from other schools
Applicants who have met the general and subject specific entry criteria, must confirm their results and accept their place at Hayes School Sixth Form on their online application.
Applicants who have not met the entry criteria, can attend our advice afternoon in the Main Hall from 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
If you have met the general entry requirements and subject specific requirements please email 6thAdmissions@hayes.bromley.sch.uk with your chosen subject choices and attach a copy of your results slip.
All HSSS students (from Hayes School and other schools) MUST contact Mr Healey by 5.00 pm on Friday 27th August.
We expect that the vast majority of students will select three subjects, regardless of the pathway they select. If a student attains an average of straight 7-9 grades in their GCSE subjects, they may consider selecting four A levels. We will offer advice on a case-by-case basis.
This is what we refer to as a ‘Mixed Pathway’. An example would be where a student is studying Science Cambridge Technical, A level Mathematics and A level Government and Politics. It is not something we encourage, largely because some students tend to struggle with the difference in the learning styles within a Cambridge Technical and a traditional A level. However, we would view each applicant on a case-by-case basis, therefore please select the subjects you wish to study as part of your application. This can then be discussed as part of our guidance meeting process.
We have determined that no courses will sit an AS exam at the end of Year 12. Instead, students will sit an internally-set end of year exam, which will determine whether they are suitable for continuation into Year 13.
There are some circumstances where it is appropriate to enter a student for an AS exam at the end of Year 12.
• Where the student has informed us that they will not be continuing into Year 13.
• Where, in our professional opinion, it is more appropriate for a student to enter an AS exam, rather than the full A-level.
• Students who are taking four A-Levels (having attained an average of straight 7-9 in their GCSEs) would work with departments in deciding which qualification they wish to sit at AS level and therefore relinquish at the end of Year 12. Ideally this decision would be made by early February 2022. Of course, these students could also choose to stay on four A-Levels for the full two year period.
Yes, these awards were formerly almost entirely comprised of internal assessment, or coursework. However, prospective students should now be aware that most of these qualifications include at least 25% external examinations. The popularity of these qualifications has grown dramatically over the last five years and the number of undergraduates who hold a Cambridge Technical has also risen sharply.
For more information on our range Cambridge Technical qualifications, please view the subject specific information within our prospectus, which is available on our website. In addition, please contact the subject departments if you have an enquiry of a more specific nature.
A comment from a recent Year 13 survey stated; "A great GCSE student does not automatically make a great A level student!" We know that the transition from GCSE to A level is a tough one, even tougher potentially for students who choose to join us from another school. As such, we ensure that a number of strategies have been developed to ease the move into Sixth Form life.
Our Induction Days are designed to give students a taste of a day in the life of a Sixth Form student. Each subject has developed a Bridging Unit, issued as part of Induction Day, designed to develop key skills and knowledge prior to starting in September. This knowledge will be assessed as part of our Bridging Assessment week (late September) in order to set a clear starting point for all learners. Tutor groups will take part in a number of initial team building activities and buddying activities to help students bond in their early weeks. We host a Team Building day to help generate a sense of community within the first term. We arrange opportunities for the Year 12 and 13 cohort to socialise and share in their experience of the Sixth Form.
If you have any queries about the application process, curriculum information or anything else Sixth Form related please email 6thAdmissions@hayes.bromley.sch.uk where one of our team will handle your enquiry.