How to apply for Sixth Form
Deadline for Bursary applications for 2024 entry is 1 December 2023.
Our Scholarship information booklets and application forms can be found at the bottom of the page.
All external candidates who sit our Sixth Form Scholarship and Entrance test will be considered for an academic scholarship.
We offer Sixth Form Academic Scholarships, as well as Performance Scholarships in Art, Photography, Design Technology, Drama, Music and Sport. Bursaries are also available.
External applicants are expected to gain an average score of 6 across the top eight GCSE grades and a grade 6 or above is usually required in the subjects they wish to study at A Level. Individualised learning pathways are available for girls who may not meet this requirement.
Come and get to know us. It’s easy to arrange a personal tour with our Head of Sixth Form and girls who have joined us in the Sixth Form from other schools. We look forward to meeting you.
To apply for a place, please complete our online application form. You will need to pay a non-refundable registration fee of £125 (or £175 for overseas applications).
You will be invited to take an online Maths test, a verbal reasoning test, a quantitative reasoning paper and complete an essay. All candidates sitting the test will automatically be considered for an academic scholarship.
If you successfully complete our test and interview, we will make you an offer, subject to your GCSE results. An acceptance deposit of £3000 (£5000 for overseas pupils) is payable when you return the signed contract. We look forward to welcoming you to Sutton High Sixth Form!
Sixth Form entry in September 2024
The examination for all candidates will be held on Saturday 2nd December 2023.
Performance Scholarships are assessed by interviews, which will take place in November 2023.
Please download our Scholarships Information booklet below for more details.
External applicants are expected to gain an average score of 6 across the top eight GCSE grades and a grade 6 or above is usually required in the subjects they wish to study at A-level. Individualised learning pathways are available for girls who may not meet this requirement.