Sixth Form Admissions
To study A-levels, or a combination of A-levels and BTECs, students must currently have a minimum of 42 points from their best eight GCSE results and meet the entry requirements of the subject they wish to study (see accompanying course guide). A grade 4 in both English and Mathematics is also required and students who do not achieve this will be required to re-sit GCSE English and/or Mathematics in Year 12.
To study just Level 3 BTEC courses, students must have a minimum of 38 points from their best eight GCSE results. A grade 4 in both English and Mathematics is also required; students will be required to re-sit these subjects if they do not meet this requirement.
Chelmsford City F.C Academy Programme
Earlier this year, in partnership with Chelmsford City Football Club, we were proud to launch our very own Chelmsford City F.C Academy. The unique nature of our academy, allows all students to follow their own educational path, whether that be studying for A Levels, taking a vocational course or a combination of the two, at our 'Outstanding' (Ofsted 2020) sixth form. The academy is open to anyone aged 16-18.
For more information please visit our Chelmsford City FC Academy page, here.
To apply for a place in our Sixth Form for September 2023 entry, please complete the e-application form via the Sixth Form area of our website.
Applications must be made by Friday, 20th January 2023.
Once an application has been received we will contact your existing school for a reference and a place will be offered provided that the reference and forecast grades meet our requirements.
Over Subscription to Sixth Form
We welcome applications from students at other schools.
Where applications exceed the number of places available, the following criteria will be applied, in the order given, to determine which students to admit:
1. Looked after children and children who were previously looked after and meet the minimum entry criteria for the course that they wish to follow.
2. Students currently attending Moulsham High School and meeting the minimum entry criteria for the course that they wish to follow.
3. Any other applicant meeting the minimum entry requirement for the course that he/she wishes to follow, with those living nearer, measured by straight-line distance, being accorded the higher priority.
Sixth Form Admissions
Mrs F Engelbrecht
Assistant Head Teacher / Head of Sixth Form
Miss E Thoroughgood
Head of Year 12
Miss J Hicks
Head of Year 13
Mrs C Smith
Sixth Form Manager