Admissions and Applications

Applications for entry to Sixth Form for September 2023 are now closed.  Thank you.

Further Education - Sixth Form Study

You may like to view our recent Open Evening presentation, for an insight into life at Beechwood Sixth Form.

Please find below our Sixth Form Prospectus, Admissions Policy and Application Form.

If you require any further information, or would like to speak to a member of our Sixth Form Admissions Team, please contact our Reception Supervisor at 


Sixth Form Prospects 2022-23

Sixth Form Admissions Policy

Application Form



16 – 19 Tuition Fund - Academic Year 2022-23

What is the 16-19 tuition fund?

The 16-19 tuition fund is funding for the 2022/23 academic year that is ring fenced for Sixth Form schools and colleges to support students and mitigate disruption to learning arising  from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The funding is being used to provide small group tuition for 16-19-year olds, where their learning has been disrupted and they have a GCSE Maths and / or English grade of 4 or below. Although targeted students are identified based on their prior attainment in English and Maths, the funding can be used to support students in their learning across a variety of subjects.

Examples of disruption that these students have faced / will face include assessments being deferred due to lockdown or self-isolation, falling behind in their learning due to long / multiple periods of self-isolation and not being able to complete external examinations due to positive COVID-19 cases.

How will Beechwood School use the funding?

For students who have not secured a grade 4 or 5 in English and Maths

At half-term there will be additional revision classes put on for students to support their Resit GCSE examinations in November.

Any student who has not yet secured a grade 4 or who needs a grade 5 to secure the next stage of their education will receive the following:

  • Small group tuition – up to 5 students - outside of school hours
  • Additional revision classes put on during Easter and May school holidays

For students whose learning was disrupted by COVID-19

Priority for additional support will be afforded to the most disadvantaged students based on their socio-economic background, SEND status and volume of disruption to their learning through COVID-19.

For 2022/23 Beechwood plans to use the funding as follows:

  • To use a Learning Mentor to work with small groups outside of school hours to support with learning in a variety of subjects
  • To purchase bespoke resources for students targeted in the tuition catch up and use these to support their learning


This statement is in line with the Government guidance and we have published this statement to demonstrate how this additional funding will be utilised in the academic year 2022/23. This document may be updated to reflect any changes in ESFA guidance.


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