Enrolment of new Y12 following GCSE results

DO NOT COMPLETE THIS FORM BEFORE GCSE RESULTS DAY

 

If you currently have an offer of a place at St Mary Redcliffe and Temple Sixth Form, then following your GCSE results, you should complete our online enrolment form to confirm whether or not you still wish to take up your place. This should be done by 9:00am on Monday 24th August via this link:

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SMRTY12Enrolment2020

 

If you do not wish to take up your place then it would be very helpful if you let us know this as soon as possible by completing only the first section of the enrolment form, but if you do not enrol by the deadline above then we will presume that you do not want your place and may allocate it to another applicant.

 

If you have achieved your required grades and are happy with your subject choices OR wish to request a simple subject swap then enrolment through the on-line form is sufficient. We will respond by email to confirm any change requests. You will then be directed to attend on either Thursday 3rd or Friday 4th September to complete a safety briefing, finalise your timetable and have some further induction. Lessons will start the following week on Wednesday 9th September, when you should arrive at the 6th Form Centre ready for your first lesson.

 

If you have not achieved your grades but wish to talk about your situation OR you are looking to make more complex changes to your programme then you should still complete the online enrolment but then also complete the request at the end for a video consultation. These will take place on Tuesday 25th August. This also applies to students who believe their 'official' grades are below those submitted by their secondary school. We will contact schools for confirmation of this if necessary and our response will depend on whether we have spaces available after Tuesday 25th August.

 

If you are on a waiting list for a place at the 6th form then feel free to complete the form so that we have a record of your GCSE grades and we will get back to you with news after Tuesday 25th August.

 

If you want to study a Maths A Level and do not achieve the 7 in GCSE Maths which this requires, or want to study a Science A Level and no not achieve the 6 in GCSE Science and Maths which these require, then you will need to take our subject skills test which will check out whether you have the level of ability to make the step up to A Level feasible. You should indicate your desire to do this in the appropriate question on the pre-enrolment form and we will get back to you with details on how and when these will be safely carried out. You will find materials to support you in feeling prepared for this within the transition tasks on our website. Remember that the alternative for Maths students is to switch to the ‘Maths Studies’ AS Level over two years (see our prospectus for details).


When we know exactly who has enrolled and what their grades are we will know whether there are any students whose fourth subject we may not be able to accommodate and resolve any students who are on a waiting list. You will find this out by email if such a decision is necessary.

 

Take a look at this student guide produced for you by our senior students, which will hopefully answer some of your basic questions before you arrive.

 

SMRT Student Guide



Enrolment of new Y13

This form is for the use of students who were in St Mary Redcliffe Year 12 during 2019-20. Please complete the following questions to confirm you are coming back and indicate your proposed options for next year by Monday 24th August at the latest. If your situation is more complex and you need to discuss it then email Mr Shaw at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SMRTY13Enrolment2020

 

Remember that you will be expected back in school to complete your enrolment and for a personal tutorial on either Monday 7th or Tuesday 8th September and will hear more about this and what happens next nearer the time.