How to Apply
Sixth Form Open Evening 2023
Our Sixth Form open evening will take place on Thursday 9th November. There will be two presentations, one at 5pm and the other at 6pm (both are the same). Booking is not required.
Applications open on Thursday 9th November and close on Friday 5th January 2024.
If you have any questions regarding your next steps and where to study post 16, please do get in contact with the Sixth Form team via email email@example.com
Choosing where to take your A levels can be a daunting prospect. We hope that this section will provide you with all the information you need to decide that Trinity is the right place for you.
The following information will give you an overview of life in Sixth Form at Trinity School.
Our Course Directory provides a detailed account of all the subjects we have on offer. We are very proud of the diverse range of options available to students. All students from Trinity and other schools should use the ‘Kent Choices’ website https://www.kentprospectus.co.uk/login/ to apply for a place at Trinity 6th Form. If you are a student currently studying outside of Kent, please create an account on their website.
Sixth Form courses are open to students aged 16-19.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please read our Sixth Form Admissions Policy carefully to ensure you fully understand our criteria.
We offer a range of subjects, which includes ten facilitating subjects. This is a group of subjects that are frequently required for entry to degree courses, typically courses that run at Russell Group universities. In addition, we have a range of subjects that are also academic and some with a creative learning.
|Sixth Form Options|
|Art & Design||Biology|
|Drama & Theatre||English Literature|
|Physics||Philosophy & Theology|
Sixth Form students will choose three options to study during Years 12 and 13. In exceptional cases a student may study four options.
A full breakdown of the each option can be found in our Course Directory.
KentChoices is a website run by Kent County Council's commissioned provider, The Education People. It allows Year 11 learners to search and apply for courses in Kent sixth forms and colleges. The Kent Choices website also has information for 16 to 19 years olds, including:
- How to get career advice
- How to get an apprenticeship
- School and college open events
- Work based learning
- Work experience
- Links to finance and travel information.
All applications to Trinity Sixth Form are to be made via the Kent Choices website. All Year 11 students are given a log in via their current school and will use this to create their profile, write a personal statement and then select the sixth forms or colleges they would like to apply to. Students that attend an out of Kent secondary school or who are home schooled can still apply via Kent Choices and can create an account themselves.