18th August: AS and A Level results day
8am: Exams Office open only for students who wish to access the UCAS clearing service
9am: Year 13 exam results issued from the College Café.
10am: Year 12 exam results issued from the College Café. If you have fulfilled the entry requirements for the A Level study programme and do not require course advice, you will be able to enrol on that day.
All results not collected in person will be posted to home addresses using the first class service. If you wish your exam results to be collected by a third party, you should write a note to the Exams Office.
Year 13 A level course advice and enrolment will be held from 10-12am in the College Café on Monday 5th September. Students must enrol to be issued with a timetable. Term begins for Year 13 only at 9am on Wednesday 7th September.
25th August: GCSE results day
10am: GCSE results issued from the College Café. If you have fulfilled the entry requirements for the A Level study programme and do not require course advice, you will be able to enrol on that day.
Sixth Form course advice and enrolment will take place on Tuesday 6th September between 1-3pm in the College Café. Subject staff from all learning areas will be on hand to advise students on their study programmes.
Boarding student course enrolment will take place on Wednesday 7th September at 9:15am in the College House Library.
Term begins for Year 12 on Monday 12th September. Timetables and planners for all students will be issued from 8.30am from the College Café. A Year 12 assembly will begin at 9am, followed by an induction period with tutors. Normal lessons will start at 10:30am (Period 2).
Queen Elizabeth's School in Crediton is celebrating the best A-level performance of any school, in both the private and state sector, in the whole of Devon!
Principal Rupert Poole said "We are absolutely delighted that both our A level progress and Academic progress scores are the highest in Devon, and by a considerable margin! Our students have done exceptionally well to get these results and it is a real credit to them – they have worked so hard to get them, and ultimately this will support them to go on and achieve their goals at university or in their chosen careers. There are lots of positive figures in the league tables published today and the results show real academic excellence throughout our Sixth Form. Queen Elizabeth’s Sixth Form has consistently been judged to be Outstanding by Ofsted and these results totally support that judgement."
In order to progress on to A-level courses, students need five GCSE passes at C or above, however some subjects do specify their own entry grades, so please check the "What can I do there?" page and download the Course Booklet for details of each course's entry requirements.
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Students already at QE
If you would like to come into the Sixth Form, you should first discuss your potential for further studies with your subject teachers and Mentor. what grades are you likely to achieve in your GCSEs? What qualifications do you need to get you into the job/course that you want to do later? If you are not sure what you want to do later, how can you best keep your options open? You should seek advice as soon as possible in Year 11, so that you have time to fully explore possible courses and careers. Applications to QE’s Sixth Form need to be made on the Application Form on this page, which can be downloaded and filled in electronically and emailed back, or printed off and filled in by hand. The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org we will use the application details we receive to decide our timetable blockings. These determine which subject combinations are possible.
Students from other schools:
Your teachers will advise you of the opportunities available to you. If you feel that the Sixth Form programme at QE would meet your needs, please complete an application form and return it to the Head of Sixth Form as soon as possible. You will be required to attend a short (and very informal) interview, which will take place late in the Spring term.
Every year a number of students, from local schools and from abroad, transfer to QE for Sixth Form studies and enjoy a happy and successful two years with us. We do our best to make ‘new’ students extremely welcome and find that they tend to settle in very quickly.
We have a limited number of bursaries available to assist students with the costs of staying on in the Sixth Form. These are available in two categories: Guaranteed award for vulnerable Learners:
Young People in Care, Care Leavers, and Young People in receipt of a Universal Credit payment and Disabled Young People in receipt of Employment Support allowance who are also in receipt of a Personal Independence Payment will be eligible to receive a bursary of £1200 a year
Targeted towards Young People facing financial barriers to participation, such as the costof transport, meals, books and equipment. An explanatory leaflet and application form are available on this page. Again, you can download the form and fill it in electronically, or by hand.
address for applications is: email@example.com