The aim of The Grey Coat Hospital is “to enable students to take charge of their learning, make decisions based on Christian values, live in the world as independent women and men and meet the challenges of the twenty-first century”. We aim for excellence both in and out of the classroom, seeking to develop the qualities of inquisitiveness, resilience, independence, humility and kindness.
Apply to The Grey Coat Hospital Sixth Form for September 2021
If you are considering applying for a place at The Grey Coat Hospital Sixth Form for September 2021 please note that due to restrictions currently in place we are unable to hold our Sixth Form Open Evening. Instead you can watch a film about life in the Sixth Form at the Grey Coat Hospital by clicking on this link:
You can review the Course Outlines for your chosen subjects below and view a short film about the course presented by the Head of Department. Beneath the course outlines are links to our Sixth Form Admissions Policy and to our Online Application Form.
Please keep visiting this page for any further information and updates.
The Grey Coat Hospital A Level course outlines and resources
Please click on a subject below to see the A Level Course outline or to view a film.
A Level Course Outline
Sixth Form Enrichment Leaflet
The Grey Coat Hospital A Level Subject/Course Entry Requirements 2020-2021
Subject entry requirements are noted in the course outlines for each subject, above.To see a collated list of the entry requirements for each A Level course at The Grey Coat Hospital, please click on the link below:
In order to allow all students to be able to make the most informed decisions about their A level choices we will be extending the deadline for completion of applications forms to 15th January 2021.
If you are ready to apply, please use the links below:
Congratulations to all our students on their excellent A Level results 2020!
We are absolutely delighted with the A Level results our students have achieved this year. They have worked extremely hard and we are very proud of them.
Overall, 50.2% of all grades awarded were at A*-A, 76% were at A*-B and 95.2% were at A*-C. The pass rate was 100%. Students have secured university places across the United Kingdom from Edinburgh to Exeter, with seven places at Oxford.
The majority of our students will again take up places at a range of excellent institutions including a significant proportion of Russell Group universities; a number will embark on Art or Design Foundation Courses and some will undertake apprenticeships or a planned GAP year.
In total, nine students have gained places at Oxford or Cambridge.
Five students will study at Cambridge University: Jamila El-Daouk (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies); Natasha Wardle (Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion); Susanna Wagstaff (Modern and Medieval Languages); and Nourhan Meddah (Human, Social and Political Sciences).
Sharese Gayle was the top performer in the year group and will read Natural Sciences at Cambridge.
Four further students have gained places at Oxford University: Louise Fitzpatrick (English Language and Literature); Erin Hiscock (Biochemistry); Kate Ratcliff (History); and Alice Simmonds (Physics).
Four students will take up places to study Medicine: Assal Massroor, Emily Man, Ler Tu Seah and Anushka Schwager-Patel.
We congratulate the students on their fabulous achievements and wish them every success in the next stage of their journey! We look forward to staying in touch.
You can see a full list of our 2020 A Level examination results and a list of the post A Level destinations of our alumni by clicking on the link below:
The curriculum offer for the Sixth Form ensures that students have a wide range of options. Most students study three Linear A levels subjects with terminal exams in Year 13.
We offer the following A level subjects: English Literature, English Language and Literature, Mathematics, Mathematics with Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Religious Studies, French, German, Spanish, Psychology, Sociology, Economics, Art, Music, Drama, Product Design, Textiles, and Film Studies.
This range of subjects enables students to study subjects which are new to them in Key Stage 5, as well as to develop interests they already have. To study in the Sixth Form, students need to attain five GCSE grades at level 9-5, including English Language and Mathematics. In addition, there are particular GCSE grade requirements for most A Level subjects.
In addition we offer the Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) which complements the standard offer of three A levels. This qualification is well regarded by universities and allows students to develop the skills required when studying at undergraduate level; such as independence, research skills, academic writing, presentation skills, project management skills, data analysis and problem solving.