Early Enrolment 12th August — 13th August 2021
Enrolment 23rd — 27th August 2021
Please ensure you read the enrolment notice before starting the enrolment process.
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If you are not already a Shooters Hill Sixth Form Student, please continue below.
1. Complete and submit your online enrolment form.
If you have already made an application and had an interview with us, we will send you a link on 11th August via email to a
different form to complete. If you have not yet applied, please use this enrolment form.
2. Our staff will process your form and then email you to confirm your enrolment and the course we have placed you on.
3. If there are any problems with your form, we will email or call you to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
4. You will receive information regarding your timetable and induction dates.
What You Will Need
5 minutes to complete the enrolment form
A suitable photograph for your student I.D, or a camera/phone to take one
Proof of your final grades
1. Ensure that your photograph meets the requirements below
2. Ensure that your name and qualifications are readable on the photograph you send
Please note: submitting someone else's grades and/or photograph will result in immediate termination of your application
So, what's next?
Most students will be receiving their final grades on GCSE results day (Thursday 12th August 2021) and this is when you should aim to submit your enrolment form. If you already have your GCSE or equivalent results, you will still need to wait until 12th August to enrol.
Please do not submit your form until you have your final results as we will not be able to process your enrolment.
If you have not yet made an application, please complete the form below.
If you have already made an application and received a conditional offer from us, please use the link to the enrolment form in the email that we will send to you on 11th August. Didn't receive this email? Let us know at email@example.com.
Online Enrolment Process
2. Our staff will process your form and email you to confirm your enrolment and the course we have placed you on.
3. If there is a problem with the form, we will email or call you to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
4. You will receive information regarding your timetable and induction dates via email.
If the photo submitted cannot be used for your student ID we will contact you for a replacement.
If you do not have the ability to take a photo, we will take your photo during induction week.
- Look directly into the camera
- If you wear glasses, ensure that there is no glare in the lenses
- Filters and edited photos cannot be used
- Hair and head-coverings should be kept off of the face as much as possible
- Use a plain background where possible
- Smiling is allowed
- Ensure that your head and shoulders are visible
Using the document below, you can view all of our courses, both vocational and A-Level.
Here you will find the levels that are available for each of our courses and the minimum grades also required for each course.
Having trouble viewing the document? You can download it at the bottom of the page, titled 'Grade Reference Sheet'.
What happens next?
Once you have been enrolled, you'll be invited to induction. You can check induction details here:
You can find the first day of college and other useful dates here:
Frequently asked questions
Q. I can't take a photograph for my student I.D, what should I do?
If you do not have an appropriate photograph to send and cannot take one, please submit your form anyway - we will take your photo at induction, instead.
Q. I can't take a picture of my grades/didn't receive them, what should I do?
If you have your grades via email from your school you can upload the email or document. If you have no way to send them at all, please submit your form without them. We will try to obtain them via your school, which may slow down the process as we cannot confirm your enrolment until we have your grades.
Q. I'm homeschooled/I left school, so don't have any qualifications, can I still apply?
Of course you can, select a course you like the sound of, and we will start you on a foundation level or level 1. You can work towards a higher level until you achieve your goal.
Q. I don't have the grades for the subject I want to do, should I pick it anyway?
Please don't do this; make sure you check the course options and requirements to select a course that is suitable both for your grades and interests. You can work towards getting the grades you need this year so you can select it next year.
Q. I don't have the grades for the subject I want to do, but I'm getting them remarked, what shall I apply for?
We can only enrol you based on the grades you have now. Once you have your grades remarked you can speak to your teacher and see if it's possible to move to another course.
Q. I've changed the course I want to do since my interview, do I need to reapply or have another interview?
There is no need to reapply or attend another interview, just select the new course you want to do on the enrolment form.
Q. I need additional learning support and have an EHCP, what should I do?
Make sure you tick the EHCP box on the form. Shortly after enrolment a member of the support team will be in touch, either before your induction or during induction week. If you have not previously told us about your EHCP we may take a while longer to process your enrolment whilst we clarify your EHCP details with your local borough.
Q. Is it too late for my friend to apply to enrol?
Not at all, they can enrol online using the form.
Q. I can't complete the enrolment form, can I come in instead?
If there is absolutely no way you can complete the form online, and you have already been offered a place, please contact us using the button above.
Q. My friend didn't attend an interview and was still invited to enrolment, could I lose my place to them?
Students who were made offers at interviews have priority over new applications or students who did not attend an interview event.
However, we have expanded our capacity and there should be a place available for most students who want to study with us, provided that you have the entry requirements needed for your chosen course.
Q. I have been offered a course I didn't apply for, is this a mistake?
There are a number of scenarios that may result in us offering you different course from the one you applied for. This could be due to course cancellation, a course being full, incompatible grades and more. If you are not happy with this decision you can speak to your tutor at induction and ask for a transfer — transferring to a different course will not put your place at risk.
If you believe we have simply made a mistake, please let us know via the contact us tab above. Please be aware that we will be unable to deal with these requests immediately, however we will do our best to ensure that there is a place for you available on the course of your choice.