1. Attend an open event
These will be virtual events on:
Tuesday 26th January (rescheduled from 10th Nov) - all November ticket holders can use their tickets for this event - FULLY BOOKED
Thursday 4th March - More tickets have now been released for this event. You can sign up through Eventbrite:
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Apply online
You can apply for September 2021 from 1st October 2020. We have a preferred deadline of 29th January 2021, however we still accept applications after this date.
With regards to course choices, you can mix and match nearly any combination of subjects. As we are larger than a school sixth form, we have more flexibility with our timetable and therefore you don’t need to worry about blocks and subjects clashing. On your application form you can choose whichever courses you would like.
Don’t worry if you change your mind about what you want to study. The subjects that you put on your initial application are simply a starting point. The entire admissions process is designed to help you explore your options and ensure that you have a study programme which suits you and fits well with your future career aims.
Please note: If you are applying for Hair & Beauty courses you need to apply directly through their websites:
Hair & Beauty courses – The Academy Hair & Beauty website
3. Attend a consultation
All applicants will be invited to a consultation. You will be sent a letter with your appointment as well as instructions for accessing the Student Portal. If your appointment isn't convenient you can amend it within the portal or contact the Admissions Team (email@example.com)
The consultation takes around 15 minutes in total and is to discuss course choices, entry requirements and address any questions that you may have.
Topics that may be covered during the consultation:
- Predicted GCSE results and entry requirements
- Qualifications you wish to study at S6F
- Employment opportunities and further study that the course/s can lead to
- Other options you could consider
- Timetable commitments as a student at Scarborough Sixth Form College
Students should consider:
- What skills, qualifications, strengths, interests etc. do you have in relation to the needs of the course?
- What are your reasons for wanting to come to S6F?
- The amount of work you will have to do, including coursework and exams
Attendance at consultation
The consultation is an important element in the college’s admissions process. If you are unable to attend for any reason, please contact Admissions on firstname.lastname@example.org
4. S6F Preview - Become an S6F student for the day
S6F Preview gives you the chance to experience college life and sample some subjects. It is a good opportunity to explore the college, meet the staff and make friends. For 2021 entry the Preview Day will be Wednesday 30th June.
All applicants will receive an invitation to enrolment during the 2021 summer holidays.
Didn’t get the results you expected? Don’t panic!
Whatever your GCSE results, come and speak to us about your options – you can apply for our Progression Year of GCSEs and Applied General qualifications.
It is essential that all new students are in college for enrolment; please do not book holidays during this crucial period. Late enrolling students will have a limited course choice and there is clear evidence that new students who do not experience the enrolment process with their peers, find settling into college far more difficult.
If you are unable to attend enrolment, please let Admissions know on 01723 380722.
6. S6F Start
The first day of term will be Monday 6th September 2021.