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Our Sixth Form opened on Monday 6th September 2021!

Open Events for 2022 entry to Sixth Form

We love having visitors at Pinner High School, but at the moment our primary concern has to be keeping our community safe. We also know how important it is to make an informed choice about Sixth Forms. For this reason, we are holding a range of virtual and in person events for Year 11 families in November 2021 for entry to our Sixth Form in September 2022. You will be able to get a good insight into Pinner High School without visiting us in person. However, the in person events below enable us to welcome you whilst we carefully control the numbers of people in our school building to keep everyone as safe as we can. 

 

Virtual Open Event: Tuesday 2nd November at 7pm: 

Our online virtual open event is open to all parents and students. The zoom link will be emailed to you once you have booked a place. 

To book a place, please follow this link.

In-Person Open Event: Thursday 4th November 5pm and 6pm: for Pinner High School Year 11 students only. This will include a presentation from the Headteacher and the Head of Sixth Form in the school hall, and a brief tour of the school. No students or teachers will be in classrooms.

To book a place, please follow this link.

In-Person Open Event: Thursday 11th November 6pm and 7pm: for Year 11 students not currently at Pinner High School. This will include a presentation from the Headteacher and Head of Sixth Form in the school hall, and a brief tour of the school. No students or teachers will be in classrooms.

To book a place, please follow this link.

The curriculum guide and Sixth Form film below give you useful information about everything that is involved in a Pinner High School Sixth Form education.  Our new and updated prospectus for 2022 will appear below in the coming weeks, but please do refer to our most recent version below for information about our courses, curriculum and additional programmes.

Courses on offer for 2022-23 

Please note that courses with insufficient student numbers may not be run. We will encourage all students to add a reserve option when making their application.

Entry requirements

In order to progress to the Pinner High School Sixth Form students must achieve the following grades at GCSE:

  • Grade 5 or above in Mathematics
  • Grade 5 or above in either English Language or English Literature.  
  • Students must also achieve at least 4 other GCSE passes at grade 4 or above.

Additionally, students must meet the GCSE entry requirements for the particular A-level subjects they would like to study from the list below.

A-level subjects

GCSE requirements

Art and Design (Fine Art)

5 in Art

Art and Design (3D Design)

5 in equivalent Design Technology related subject

Biology

6 in Biology and a 5 in Chemistry and Physics or 7-7 in Combined Science

Business Studies

5 in Maths and English Language or Literature

Chemistry

6 in Chemistry and a 5 in Biology and Physics or 7-7 in Combined Science

Computer Science

6 in Maths and 5 in Computer Science

Drama

5 in Drama

Economics

6 in Economics (if taken at GCSE)

English Literature

6 in English Literature and Grade 5 in English Language

Geography

6 in Geography

History

6 in History

Mandarin

7 in Mandarin

Mathematics

6 in Maths

Further Mathematics

8 in Maths

Music

6 in Music or Grade 5 theory and Grade 6 instrument

PE

5 in PE and 5 in Biology or 5-5 in Combined Science

Physics

6 in Physics and a 5 in Biology and Chemistry or 7-7 in Combined Science

Politics

5 in English Literature or Language, Grade 5 in another Humanities subject

Psychology

5 in English, 5 in Maths and a Grade 5 in either Biology or Combined Science

Religious Studies (PRE)

5 in PRE (or equivalent in Humanities subject if PRE has not been taken at GCSE). Grade 5 in either English Literature or English Language.

Sociology

5 in English Literature or Language

Spanish

6 in Spanish

 

Additional (optional) qualification

GCSE requirements

Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)

5 in English Language or Literature

An optional Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) for those who demonstrate commitment to independent study and research is also offered. This qualification is highly-regarded by universities and provides students with a chance to develop their research skills and refine their academic literacy.  This course requires students to attend taught sessions where they learn such skills while independently exploring an area of personal academic interest. 

 

 

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'Inspiring learning, inspiring passion, inspiring ambition'

These are the words that guide the Pinner High School Sixth Form and its ethos. It’s a motto that builds upon the outstanding success of the school and reflects what young adults need to succeed in education and beyond. We make it our priority to provide students not only with inspiring learning opportunities, but also the care, guidance and support needed to make informed choices about their future. 

Fundamentally, our aim is to further ensure that all of our students leave us as well-rounded, conscientious and compassionate young adults who care deeply about their school community and wider community at large.  

 

Meet our Sixth Form Team

 

Mr Chris Stump (Assistant Headteacher - Head of Sixth Form)

After graduating from The University of Nottingham with a BA (Hons) in Social and Cultural Studies, a gap year abroad confirmed that Chris wanted to dedicate his career to teaching. A PGCE in Secondary Religious Education at Sheffield Hallam University was followed by a role as Teacher of Sociology and Psychology at Eckington School in Sheffield before Chris moved to London to work at Park High School in Stanmore. After three years of leading Sociology and teaching Psychology and Philosophy and Ethics, the opportunity to work in a new school and help set-up a brand new Sixth Form proved irresistible: Chris moved to Jewish Community Secondary School in Barnet as Head of Sociology and undertook the role of Year Learning Coordinator for the inaugural cohort of Sixth Form students. In his 5 years at JCoSS, Chris also led teaching and learning initiatives as an SSAT accredited Lead Practitioner and held sessions for parents on how to support their child’s revision at home. In 2016, the Sociology department was recognised as eighth in the country (second in London) in terms of value-added at A Level.

Most recently based in Vietnam, Chris was Assistant Headteacher at The ABC International School in Ho Chi Minh City from 2017-2020. As part of this role, Chris oversaw the academic and personal progress of all Sixth Form students and supported them in gaining entry to some of the world’s most prestigious universities. Chris joined Pinner High School in July 2020, over a year before the Sixth Form opened. He is excited to share his experience and expertise with Pinner High School students and cannot wait to assist them in seeing their ambitions realised, whatever they may be.

Miss Victoria Bruck (Assistant Head of Sixth Form)

Victoria studied Medicine at Keele University. She graduated with a BSc in Applied Medical Science after deciding to leave medical school to pursue a career in teaching. After working as a Teaching Assistant for a year at Pinner High School, she completed her teacher training with Hillingdon SCITT whilst gaining a PGCE from Brunel University.

In addition to overseeing our Sixth Form students' academic and personal developed, Victoria coordinates out popular Medics Society programme.