We understand that it’s been a difficult year and want to reassure you that your application and future plans are important to us.
We know that you will be keen to move on to studying A Levels and we want to support you as much as possible during this time.
Below are a few frequently asked questions.
If you need any further help, get in touch with our Admissions Team via email email@example.com or telephone: 01226 216106
We look forward to you joining us.
Principal Barnsley Sixth Form College
We will get in touch with you to tell you the next steps. You can contact our Admissions team on 01226 216 106 for further information.
We will send you an invitation for your enrolment session at the beginning of August. In line with government guidelines, you will go to the college’s Electric Theatre to take your Covid test, then proceed to the Sixth Form College to begin your enrolment session. At enrolment, you will be given the opportunity to tour the facilities and staff will be on hand to answer any questions. The whole process may take up to two hours, so please plan for this.
Here is a useful enrolment checklist.
Before you enrol check that you have done the following:
At enrolment, remember to:
If you are enrolling online, you will need to have done the following before you are called:
We understand that this year things have been very different; we will discuss all options on an individual basis and support you in making the right choices.
Have a look at the page about A level entry requirements on the Barnsley Sixth Form College website.
Yes, it’s fine to change your subject choices. If you know what changes you’d like to make, simply contact our friendly Admissions Team via email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring our helpline on: 01226 216106 to swap them over.
If you’re unsure, contact our Information Team to discuss your subject combinations and how these fit in with your future plans. You may even want to do some research in advance about what subjects universities would be looking for. UCAS Explore is a good place to start your research.
We understand that your future plans may change and you might still not be sure on what career path to take. Don’t worry we encourage applicants to keep a few options open.
If you want to change an A level subject go to question above ‘Can I change my A Level subject choices?’
If you have decided that A Levels is not the right option and want to explore other study programmes within the College including T Levels, Vocational and Apprenticeship routes visit the Our Courses page on our website.
If you would like to speak to an Adviser for further Information Advice and Guidance please contact us via email email@example.com or call us on: 01226 216123.
The new term starts Tuesday 31 August 2021. Your tutor will provide all the details about your induction and timetable when you enrol.
You can see the timetable for the whole year on the 21/22 Academic Year term dates webpage.