Your Virtual Visit
Welcome to Stamford
Sixth Form: Virtual Visit
Thank you for joining us for a virtual visit to Stamford Sixth Form; through scrolling down you can explore videos recorded by key members of our staff, discussing different aspects of life at Stamford, an interview with our Head Girl and Boy reflecting upon their time with us, useful documents and application forms, and answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
If you have any further questions or would like to speak to a specific member of staff please contact our admissions team, who will be happy to help you further.
Meet the Heads
Meet the Staff
We would recommend that you begin by watching our Stamford video and the Q and A with our Head Boy and Girl, Harry and Pippa, reflecting on their time at the School.
Dependent on your interests, you can then choose to hear from our key members of staff, who will provide information on their respective fields, including information regarding scholarships. Below this, we also have a selection of videos from departments outlining their respective courses.
Any documentation you may require, as well as answers to our most frequently asked questions, can be found below to read after you have watched the videos.
Subjects on Offer
The below videos will give you an overview of our academic subject offering at Stamford. With 27 A Level subjects and 2 BTEC courses, we feel there are options that suit most students.
We will be adding to the videos below over the coming weeks. If a course you are interested in is not listed please don't worry, the Sixth Form Prospectus will contain information about the course and our admissions team can put you in touch with a member of teaching staff from that department if you have any questions.
Below you will find links to our scholarship documents, application forms and information regarding examinations. If you have any questions after reading these documents, please keep scrolling to read answers to our most frequently asked questions, or to access a link where you are able to make a specific enquiry.
Sixth Form Prospectus
Please download our latest Sixth Form Prospectus.
The prospectus contains a full overview of our subject offering and course guide, information about life at the School as well as a summary of some of the additional education opportunities available at Stamford.
Please download our latest scholarship information brochure to get an overview of our scholarship programme.
Music Scholarship (Year 7-12)
Drama Scholarship (Year 9-12)
Art Scholarship (Year 9-12)
Sports Scholarship (Year 9-12)
Frequently Asked Questions
We have collated answers to our most frequently asked questions below. However, if you require any further clarification or have any additional queries, please contact our admissions team, at the link found by scrolling a little further down on this page.
What plans are in place to help with my transition to the school?
Do I need to sit an entrance examination?
I would like to apply for a scholarship. What do I need to do?
I would like to apply for a bursary. What do I need to do?
To apply for a bursary, please get in touch with the admissions team by calling 01780 750 311 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
How many new students join at Sixth Form
Roughly 20% of our Sixth Form students will be new to the school. Meaning you will not be on your own as you transition from one school to the next.
Applying to Stamford
Visits to the Schools can be arranged at your convenience throughout the year, as long as government guidance will allow. However, if you are unable to visit we would be delighted to discuss your individual needs and answer your questions, over the phone or on a video call.
For Year 12 entry, all applicants will have an interview with a member of staff and will need to submit predicted GCSE grades. Based on this a conditional offer may be made and confirmed in August after the results have been published.
If you have any further questions please click the link below or you can speak to our admissions team by calling 01780 750 311 or emailing email@example.com
The Stamford Schools
The Stamford Schools are formed in a ‘diamond structure’; with boys and girls learning together until the age of 11, learning separately from the age of 11-16 with a mixed co-curricular programme, and joining to study together once again in the Sixth Form. To read more about the benefits of the diamond structure, please click here.
If your family are interested in exploring our other Schools, Stamford School, for boys age 11-18, Stamford High School, for girls aged 11-18, or Stamford Junior School, for boys and girls aged 2-11, please follow the links below.