Trailblazers are leaders. They are innovative, passionate about their interests, and determined to be the first.
Join us in September 2021 and we’ll help you unlock this potential.
We’re looking forward to welcoming our Year 11 students and those of you in other schools to join us in exciting Sixth Form in September 2021.
We’re having to do things a little differently this year in terms of our recruitment. However, we want to share with you as best we can what life is like in Mulberry School for Girls Sixth Form, the amazing opportunities we can provide and the phenomenal outcomes we’ll help you to achieve.
We’re working on our ‘virtual’ Open Season and will update this space with information.
We know many of you are already keen to join us - you can begin your application by using the link on this page.
Our plan is to invite you to interview in the Spring Term, when we’ll be offering face to face interviews, telephone interviews, and video call interviews.
Our application form is online. The deadline for applications is Friday 31st January 2021. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
What courses can I study?
What happens after I complete the online application form?
Keep checking your email as we’ll stay in touch with you over the next academic year and support you as you approach your GCSEs, sharing advice and guidance on how to prepare for your exams.
In the Spring Term, we’ll invite you to interview with your parents or carers.
Are there entry requirements for courses?
In order to study Level 3 courses, you will need five GCSEs Grade 5, including English and Maths. Some subjects require minimum grades based on the components of the courses. If you want to study an A Level Science subject, you’ll need a minimum of a Grade 6 in GCSE Science and a minimum of a Grade 6 in GCSE Mathematics. If you want to study A Level Mathematics, you’ll need a minimum of a Grade 6 in GCSE Mathematics. If you want to study A Level Psychology, you’ll need a minimum of a Grade 6 in GCSE Mathematics.
Further details can be found in the Sixth Form Course Guide.