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Welcome to Wrotham School

Wrotham Sixth Form Opening Evening - Wednesday 7th November, 5pm - 7pm. External candidates are welcome. 

Please click here to view our prospectus which includes our option blocks. 

About us

Wrotham Sixth Form offers a variety of subjects at Level 3 (A Level or equivalent).

All courses offered by Wrotham School Sixth Form are level 3, which means that they are accepted by universities and attract UCAS tariff points. Course specific requirements are detailed in our prospectus which is available from the school on request.

Students who study a combination of subjects that include two IBO courses (at standard or higher level), one vocational subject and then either another vocational subject or A level, will be studying the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme and will have the opportunity to earn extra UCAS tariff points. 

We also have the Pro-Soccer Academy linked to Wrotham School. Qualification is by trial and interview, and you will be offered three Level 3 courses or the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP) to study alongside training if you are successful. 

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Enrichment Opportunities:

This year's students will undertake the skill-based core of the IBCP - even if the student does not elect to take the full programme; these activities develop skills that are highly regarded by employers and universities:

Language Development: culminating in a trip abroad in Year 13, this features a number of activities that provide you with information about the culture and language of Italy in preparation for the visit.

Service Learning: including lesson support, working to raise awareness of mental health with Time to Change (England's largest mental health campaign), organising charity and community events (including a remembrance event for local residents of retirement homes) and our increasingly successful RAG (raising and giving) week. 

Personal and Professional Skills: a course that emphasises the development of the skills and attributes needed to flourish in your chosen career pathway. 

The Extended Project Qualification (optional): an independent, in-depth piece of work undertaken over an extended period of time for which the student investigates a question of their own design, exactly like a university dissertation. This course attracts UCAS points that can boost university applications. 

Wrotham School is an accredited school for the Career-related Programme and is authorised as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy – a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Wrotham School believes is important for our students.


Our study centre was refurbished in September 2014 and  our study supervisor has been in place since September 2014. 

A state-of-the-art 3G football pitch was completed in 2012, alongside new changing facilities, which were completed in January 2013, and is used by both Pro-Soccer scholars and our BTEC Sport students.


Additional support

Our sixth form has a team of dedicated progress tutors with a wide variety of expertise and experience, and our pastoral support was rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted in our last inspection (June 2018).

Students with particular Additional Educational Needs should ask about specific provisions on interview.

Learner success

In 2017 87% of A level grades were A*-C, with 63% of A level grades at A*-B. 100% of our university candidates went on to study at their first choice. We are very proud of the achievements of our students, and we cannot wait to welcome the September 2018 intake. 

Please click here to read about the 2017 results.

How to apply

You can apply for courses at Wrotham School through UCAS Progress. Add courses to your favourites to apply to this provider.

Last updated date: 08 October 2018
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