Life in the Sixth Form at Cranford offers an exciting bridge between school and university. Sixth Form provides an opportunity to build independence within a college-like atmosphere.

Our Sixth Formers enjoy the freedom and independence that comes with being a student but with the added benefit of access to small classes, along with individual support and tuition at one of the country’s leading small independent schools.

Cranford’s Sixth Form builds on the strong foundations of academic excellence laid at GCSE, offering both a bespoke education tailored to each student and a broad and varied Sixth Form curriculum, all within a new purpose-built Sixth Form Centre. You can download our Sixth Form prospectus here.

Sixth Form students study a common core of three A-levels with the option of a fourth AS or EPQ. Students will benefit from access to a broad range of subjects and a free choice of subject combinations.

A-LEVEL OPTIONSHistoryFrenchPhysical Education
BiologyGeographySpanishBusiness Studies
PhysicsReligious StudiesGermanSociology
Computer ScienceArt & DesignFilm StudiesDrama & Theatre
PsychologyMusicEnglish LiteratureMathematics
Further MathematicsPoliticsEconomicsFood Science
ChemistryNEW: PhilosophyNEW: Information & Communication Technology

Students enjoy close links with local universities, developing the skills and understanding necessary for success in Higher Education through our unique UCAS and University preparation programme. A highly personalised 1:1 tutorial system provides unique levels of academic support and guidance.

Our exciting programme of bespoke work placements and internships, specifically tailored for our Sixth Form students helps support them on their journey into the world beyond school.

In addition, our broad enrichment programme provides extensive opportunities for personal development and developing leadership skills. Students benefit from the opportunity to engage in the broadest range of extra-curricular activities including competitive and recreational sport, outward bound and water sports courses (including Sailing, Rowing, Hiking and Climbing), Martial Arts, Dance, Drama, LAMDA and Music Technology, as well as a bespoke leadership qualification, extensive community service and work experience programmes.

Join us at our Whole School Open Morning, Saturday 5 October 2024