Step 1: Futures Guidance
A key part of the Futures programme for students in Years 10 and 11 is learning about the many different pathways to choose from at Post 16. Students will match their interest, skills and career intentions to the different courses available.
We encourage students, parents and carers to explore and understand all the different pathways before making the important decision about where and what to study at Post 16.
step 2: sixth form information events
You will be invited to attend our Sixth Form information evening, during which you may spend time with subject specialists discussing both the content, assessment and entry requirements for each subject. The event will include a welcome from the Principal, and an introduction to the Sixth Form from the Assistant Principal and Pastoral tutor team.
Following on from this, you may also attend our Sixth Form ‘welcome experience’ alongside other members of your year group. This session is set within the Sixth Form Hub, and provides the opportunity for further research, and to ask wider questions of the Assistant Principal, Sixth Form students and Pastoral tutors.
making your application
step 4: expression of interest
Once your application is submitted, you will receive a conditional offer letter within 14 days. The letter will confirm the choices in which you have expressed an interest to study.
step 5: advice & guidance
You will be invited to an Advice and Guidance Meeting. Here, you will be able to discuss your options in more detail. The meeting will also enable you to make any relevant updates.
step 6: accepting your place
A second letter will be issued, firming up your options. You will have a further 14 days in which to accept or decline your place.
step 7: your taster day
You will be invited to attend a Sixth Form Taster Day. Here you will sample the subject areas that you aim to study. You will be given the opportunity to make any further updates to your choices, if required.
step 8: your enrollment
You may enrol into Magna Academy Sixth Form during GCSE Results Day. You can do this by visiting the academy and signing-up to an appointment with a member of the Sixth Form team.