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16/11/18

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📽️ From videos to interactive tools, we've got all the help you need to complete your 📝 https://t.co/L3pOsnGXH2

15/11/18

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Being part of UNIQ really makes a difference! A third of UNIQ students who apply to the University of Oxford get a place. Applications open soon. Click on the link for more information https://t.co/RWqkUJ2BC4 https://t.co/eGobXpMeIz

14/11/18

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Thank you to all of the parents who came to our Online Safety Evening. https://t.co/LoDPYAOm4J

14/11/18

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Thanks to former student Joshua Bright, who left Caterham in 2011, for coming back to speak to the Sixth Form Economics Students about his work at J.P. Morgan Investment Bank. https://t.co/Wy2j5m66bX

14/11/18

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The Mayor of Redbridge Councillor Debbie Kaur-Thiara was the guest of honour at our GCSE certificates presentation. https://t.co/fUlI5mlX6a

12/11/18

Open Evening - Join our Family of Learners https://t.co/aE3MPDt3l1

12/11/18

Thank you to all of the parents who came to our Online Safety Evening. https://t.co/RLYgAadf2H

12/11/18

Thanks to Joshua Bright Ex-student who left Caterham in 2011 for coming back to speak to the Sixth Form Economics Students about his work at J.P. Morgan Investment Bank https://t.co/zUvXOB6Ab7

10/11/18

Retweeted From Sadiq Khan

WATCH AND SHARE: The young people of London are incredible. We want you to know how important you are, that your lives matter & that London would not be London without you. That’s why you shouldn’t carry a knife. https://t.co/l44HP563nN

10/11/18

Retweeted From Charlotte_FF

are on a roll with the Alumni programme ! Well done for yesterday's sucess! Will you be the next to support your old school? I hope so, join the movement here https://t.co/znXcNfYdCV

07/11/18

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PARENTS: Get all the key facts to help your child apply to uni! https://t.co/UxIuxApTqE

05/11/18

Thanks to ex-student Bijal Pattani who came back to the school to speak to Yr 13 Economics students. Bijal attended Caterham from 1988-1994. He stayed on in Sixth Form after which he started working in an insurance broker & now has his own firm providing commercial insurance. https://t.co/9d5W0yppiS

05/11/18

Sixth form students boosted their post 18 options with a talk and workshop on degree apprenticeships from Derrick at Education and Employers. https://t.co/da5Znwswgh

19/10/18

Retweeted From Charlotte_FF

Congratulations to on their first ever Alumni event yesterday (it was a success)! Here's to many more! All sign up and be the next one to inspire students at your old school!! https://t.co/znXcNfYdCV https://t.co/hSrfb1UkvE

16/10/18

Retweeted From Vanisha Solanki

It was a privilege to be invited to speak at Caterham School Sixth Form. It was really inspiring to see so many young people involved and taking part in local democracy week. https://t.co/qVvCPyct0T

16/10/18

Local Democracy Week 2018: Barkingside high school students grill councillors on NHS and Brexit https://t.co/2Hpv2oIi3E

15/10/18

Best of luck to Nafay and Uzma, who have sent off their applications today.

15/10/18

Many thanks to Cllr Berlin and Cllr Solanki for coming along to debate with students about a wide range of issues today https://t.co/z2douEamJV

15/10/18

Retweeted From Cllr Howard Berlin

Looking forward to Redbridge Local Democracy Week. Today I am at Caterham High School where I look forward to answering questions from some of our brilliant Redbridge students and debating with who is Redbridge youngest ever Councillor.

15/10/18

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Good luck to them all! Here's what they can expect to happen next https://t.co/8qW0LAKA88

14/10/18

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Earn while you learn with apprenticeships. Search for places now! https://t.co/DKq3nZhe2f

13/10/18

Sometimes we say we're fine, when we're not. But with 1 in 4 people experiencing a mental health problem each year, not all of us are fine. So if your friend is acting differently, https://t.co/eyVG7yTIOK https://t.co/hQJHU73xtG

13/10/18

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Need some help adding your qualifications? Look no further... https://t.co/sIv1EHR24z

12/10/18

Best of luck to Shavani, Anish and Safwan, who have all sent off their applications today. Final group before the October 15th deadline

12/10/18

Focus Week - Business Studies. Mr Casey presenting to A Level students about careers in . https://t.co/gQ2gLiiqGl

12/10/18

Visit Caterham High & meet the new Headteacher. If you were unable to come to our wonderful Open Evening you are welcome to visit the school to see us at work. Please make an appointment on 02085514321 or welcome.net We look forward to meeting you! https://t.co/YeDeqiEm7a

12/10/18

Visit Caterham High & meet the new Headteacher. If you were unable to come to our wonderful Open Evening you are welcome to visit the school to see us at work. Please make an appointment on 02085514321 or welcome.net We look forward to meeting you! https://t.co/eKAg8ECi3P

11/10/18

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If you're looking for some personal statement inspiration, look no further! https://t.co/0Soy455AGc

11/10/18

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Join us for our Open Evening this Thursday for prospective parents and students, from 18.45. We look forward to meeting you all! https://t.co/XvyWrXWdQi

10/10/18

Sixth Form Students attending a Student Conference https://t.co/kGFwrphDIy

10/10/18

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‼️ PERSONAL STATEMENT ADVICE‼️ 📽️ This video will answer all your questions about completing your https://t.co/u5sNM7Hp67

09/10/18

Join us for our Open Evening this Thursday for prospective parents and students, from 18.45. We look forward to meeting you all! https://t.co/XvyWrXWdQi

09/10/18

Only 2 days to go! Join us for our Open Evening for prospective parents and students, from 18.45. We look forward to meeting you all! https://t.co/ZvlNY4xQ4s

08/10/18

- NCS Information Stand https://t.co/nIdvqVNYpJ

07/10/18

Many thanks to for running a lunchtime stall for our students on Thursday

07/10/18

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Applying for medicine, dentistry, or veterinary courses? 🏥 We must receive your application by 15 Oct https://t.co/5suSilKMi7

07/10/18

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Sign up for our newsletter to keep you up-to-date with what to expect with your uni application! https://t.co/3m5M33JS8H https://t.co/TgVLWJlaij

07/10/18

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05/10/18

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PARENTS: Find advice to help you support your child throughout the UCAS application cycle, including videos and tips for getting started https://t.co/M7YeJsQojE https://t.co/mJO8UfdzT8

Admissions Policy 2019

Caterham High School will accept applications from children, or from their parents, on behalf of students, who will be above compulsory school age by September 1st.  

Each year the school will publish a Sixth Form prospectus stating the possible/expected range of courses and entrance requirements. 

All applicants will be required to meet the general entry requirements to the school.

Any meetings, or other events organised by the school are for the purpose of offering advice and completing administration. They do not constitute part of a selection process.

Should a particular programme of study be oversubscribed, the following criteria will be applied in order of priority:

  1. Looked after children, that is children who are in the care of local authorities as defined by section 22 of the Children Act 1989, subject to meeting the specific entry criteria for their chosen programme of study
  2. Internal Year 11 students subject to meeting the specific entry criteria for their chosen programme of study.
  3. External applicants subject to meeting the specific entry requirements for their chosen programme of study.

Should admission to the Sixth Form be refused, applicants will be provided with details of the statutory appeal procedure.

 

General Requirements:

  • Students must be legally entitled to reside in the UK in order to obtain free sixth-form education.
  • Students may not commence courses after their 18thbirthday.
  • Students must complete the applications procedure by submitting an application form and attending such events as are required for administration and induction. 
  • Places will be available for students applying from other schools.  This number may vary.
  • Where there are more external applicants than places available, applicants will be ranked according to their predicted grades. Should a tiebreak be necessary, priority will be given to applicants based on the shortest measured walking distance from the child’s home to the main entrance to the school as measured by the Authority’s geographic measuring system.
  • Conditional offers will be based on an applicant’s predicted grades and admission will be based on the actual grades attained.
  • Students who wish to continue to a second or third year of study, must first obtain the expected passes required for continuation. Students who fail to do so may apply to retake a year, if places are available in specific subjects or programmes. Application forms for these places will be made available in August.

 

Subject specific requirements:

  • Individual programmes of study may also have specific entry criteria as detailed in the sixth form brochure. These requirements may be modified where students have evidence of particular talent in the area they wish to study.
  • If individual students meet the criteria for subjects, but are unable to join a particular course because it is oversubscribed, then they will be permitted to take up places on other subjects, which are not oversubscribed.
  • If spare places are available in specific subjects after all suitably qualified applicants have been admitted, then the school may exercise discretion in making some places available to students who have narrowly failed to achieve entry criteria due to genuine disadvantages, such as being ill, or changing schools in the run up to GCSE exams.