Attention!
Applications for 6th Form closed on 16th December 2022 - if you are late applying and still wish to be considered, please complete the below form, however, there are no guarantees as we are hugely oversubscribed.

Should places be available we will be in touch. Any queries regarding applications should be sent to sixthform@trinityhigh.com

Interviews
Interviews for current Trinity Students will take place in January 2023. All external candidates will be invited for interview during the week beginning 6th February 2023.

We will contact your schools beforehand to help arrange.

The completed Sixth Form Application form should be completed any time between the 30th September and the 16th December. Following your application, you will be contacted by the Director of Sixth Form to arrange an interview.

Applications must be submitted online by Friday 16th December 2022.

If you miss the deadline, you may still apply however, places may well be full, so it is in your best interests to get your application in early.

Any applications received after this time may not be accepted.

If Trinity is the right Sixth Form for you, the offer of a place will be made to you in writing once the whole interview process is completed. You will be told during your interview if you will be likely to receive an offer.

You must then confirm that you accept the offer.

Enrolment 2023 will take place following GCSE results day August 2023.

Download a prospectus
6th Form Prospectus 2022

(You can request a printed prospectus by contacting us directly at sixthform@trinityhigh.com)

 

Other Downloads:
16-19 Tuition Fund 2021-2022
Trinity Sixth Form Learning Agreement
Bursary Application Form 22-23
16-19 Bursary POLICY 2022-23
Dress Code

 

Book a tour

If you missed our open evening in October – it’s not too late to still come and have a look around the Sixth Form.

    (If you have any issues with the contact form above, you cant contact us directly at sixthform@trinityhigh.com.

    “The curriculum on offer is wide and varied. The school offers students a range of 26 courses, including traditional academic A-levels and level 3 vocational qualifications.”
    Ofsted 2017

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