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And its a wrap! Best wishes and good luck to all the year 13 students.


CHS Poetry Board


New ASD provision coming along for September opening


Cultural Awareness Day at Caterham for staff and students.


Thanks to ex student Aymen for returning to school to speak to students from Years 9, 10 and 12 about her time at and her new role at BBC Sports.


Congratulations to the students of the week from Years 13, 12, 11 and 7


As part of enrichment day Year 12 students walked to high beech


Year 13 field study trip to Rainham Marshes to complete their practical assessment


Thanks to ex student Mahatir who came back to speak to the year 10 students about his career as an ITV News Journalist


Year 11 and 13 students at the London Institute of Banking and Finance


If you’re a former student of Caterham High School, we want to hear from you! Your experiences could help to motivate and inspire our students to feel more confident in making decisions about their future. Join our alumni by clicking here 👉


Exciting opportunites for the following job roles: •Specialist ASD/Autism teacher •Deputy SENCO with responsibility for Autism Provision •SENDCO Click on the link below to apply now:


Thanks to for the informative online event with Ernst & Young for our Year 12 students


Thanks to for supporting the Year 9 students who participated in the Be Internet Citizens workshops.


MP speaking to the head students after the recent school elections.


Retweeted From Wes Streeting MP

Great morning at with for their Be Internet Citizens day with year 9. High energy, great content, highly topical - covering issues like disinformation, hate speech, and staying safe online.


Mr Casey delivering National Careers Week Assembly to Year 9 students


National Careers Week. Check out the BBC Bitesize Careers on NCW TV


Check out the National Careers Week virtual careers fair


National Careers Week


Head Student hustings underway. Lots of great questions from our student body. Day tomorrow!


Thanks to for meeting with the potential head students and giving them valuable advice about campaigning. Good luck to all of them.


Sixth Form taster day for Year 11s.


Year 10 and 11 students had the opportunity to watch Macbeth and A Christmas Carol


National Apprenticeship Week 7-13 February


Thanks to and for inviting our Year 11 students to the studios to find out more about careers at BT Sport.


Please use the following link to join our on Wednesday February 9th at 6.30 pm


Join our Sixth Form Community. Open Evening Wednesday 9th February to be held online 6.30-7.30pm.


Thanks to John Brecknell, Consultant Neurosurgeon at Queen's Hospital for speaking to some of our Sixth Form students interested in medicine about his career and the new medical apprenticeships.


Thanks to and for inviting some of our year 10 students to visit University of Oxford for a tour, lunch and taster sessions.


Online safeguarding course opportunity available - please see the attached flyer for more information.


Holocaust Memorial Day. Thanks to for giving students from years 11,12 and 13 the opportunity to hear from Eva Clarke BEM who is only one of 3 babies born in a concentration camp who survived.


The year 12 drama students took some rehearsal pictures today for their portfolio projects . They are devising a piece on Dementia and they are hoping to raise funds for this illness. Their work is based on the theatre practitioner Artaud


Congratulations and good luck to the four Year 12 students who have reached the final round to become Head Students.


Thanks to Dr Hugh Munro for speaking to students from Years 10, 11 and 12 about the university and application process

Welcome to the Sixth Form

The School puts the students at the heart of its inclusive ethos. All adults know the students very well and the level of care for individual students, including in the sixth form, is high — Ofsted

Aiming High

Welcome to the Sixth Form at Caterham High School, which provides the opportunity for academic success in a warm and friendly environment where we strive to get the best from every student. With a wide range of courses, high teaching standards and exceptional pastoral care, we attract students not only from the local area but also from neighbouring boroughs.      

We expect our sixth formers to adopt a mature and independent approach to their studies, aiming for the highest levels of achievement. With the help of our dedicated staff, they develop the skills that will prove invaluable at university and in the workplace: confidence, ambition and perseverance. As a result, many gain places at the university of their choice or progress into their desired employment. We have particular success in helping our students achieve Unconditional Offers from their Universities.

Achieving Success 

Through a broad range of courses at A2 and Vocational Level 3, our post-16 curriculum is designed to excite and challenge students.

We work closely with outside partners to provide our students with a wide range opportunities to develop their employment skills, including work experience.

Care and Wellbeing 

With our inclusive ethos underpinning life at Caterham, care for students’ progress and wellbeing continues into the Sixth Form. We ensure that the Sixth Form is a happy, supportive environment for the students to reach their full potential.

  • Personalised advice and help with university and career choices
  • One to one support for personal statements
  • Help and advice through all stages of level 3 qualifications
  • Assistance with work placements
  • Support and guidance in all lessons
  • A range of outside speakers
  • Information about employment and graduate opportunities

View our Sixth Form Prospectus