Welcome to Chelsea Academy – Sixth FormApplications for admissions to the Sixth Form in September 2021 will open online on Thursday 1st October, when our updated course requirements booklet will also be published online. The application window will close at midnight on 31st January 2021....
We are an Outstanding Academy with A level progress results that put us in the top 10% of schools nationally. We place great emphasis on support for the individual at the Academy. Our House system, plus mixed Yr 12 and 13 coaching groups allows us to provide a greater level of personal support than some sixth forms. We also look for students that are prepared to commit to hard work, with no excuses and who share the Academy’s Christian values of joy, charity, perseverance, forgiveness and servant leadership.
At Chelsea Academy Sixth Form, students are well-provided for with a separate private study area, on-site careers advisor, mentor opportunities, weekly lectures with external guests, and a varied enrichment programme which currently includes exclusive access to our sports facilities on Wednesday afternoons. We run an extensive super curricular programme including the opportunity to apply for a place on a fully funded trip to Canada, a biannual trip to CERN, and field trip in many subjects.
My colleagues and I are very proud of what our students achieve and do everything we can to ensure that their hard work and commitment allows each one to make the best of themselves. We are delighted with our 2020 examination results, achieving 68% A*-B and 100% A*-E at A level, with students going on to study Maths and Veterinary Science at Cambridge, Engineering at Oxford, Politics and International Relations at UCL, Medicine at Bristol, as well as many other top destinations and prestigious apprenticeships.
Chelsea Academy A levels results are significantly above national averages. In 2019 56% of all grades were A* to B and 35% A* to A.
100% of year 13 students either go onto university or into an apprenticeship.
Visit us on our open evening on 12th November to find out more. You MUST bring a parent with you to this event. Unaccompanied students will not be admitted.