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Langley Grammar School

Langley Grammar School

Sixth Form Admissions

Langley Grammar School offers a very wide range of AS and A level subjects for Sixth Form students. We also offer an extensive programme of complementary studies, which includes a choice of enrichment courses, a fortnightly lecture series, physical education, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, participation in musical and drama productions as well as opportunities for service to the school and community. It is our aim to give our students as broad an experience as possible during their two years in the Sixth Form. 

Our students’ A level performance over the past three years is also excellent in terms of 'added value'. This view is supported through an annual independent report published by 'Alps', a national system of A level results analysis which is recognised by Ofsted. The Sixth Form has been consistently awarded an ALPS Grade 3 or higher over several years, recognising that our Sixth Form is in the top 25% in the UK for value added. The great majority of our students progress to Higher Education, with a significant proportion successfully gaining places on competitive courses at Russell Group universities.

There is a very effective tutor system in the Sixth Form and we take great interest in your progress, providing advice and encouragement when needed. There are numerous student leadership opportunities for students to both develop personally and to contribute to the life of the school.

Students who decide to enter the Sixth Form at Langley Grammar School will be presented with the very best opportunities to achieve their academic and personal potential and will be given the fullest support in achieving their aims and aspirations. For further information please see our prospectus and other documentation below, including our response to frequently asked questions about the use of iPads in the Sixth Form.

Due to the current circumstances surrounding coronavirus we are adapting our Sixth Form Induction programme and are excited to run things a little differently.

Thursday 25 June was run as a Virtual Transition Day this year. 

Who was this event aimed at?

  • Students currently studying in Year 11 at the school and their parents 
  • Students studying at other schools who applied to the school earlier in the year and have conditional offers to join in September 2020 and their parents

But also 

  • Those who are still interested in joining our Sixth Form in September 2020 and would like us to review an application on Results Day (Thursday 20 August), if spaces become available. 

This event has now ended, thank you to all of you who attended, your questions are really valued so if you have any more you would like answered, please email us on

There was a lot of preparation that went into this event particularly behind the scenes, so thank you to all who helped to make the event successful, not just the presenters in the Sixth Form Team, but Mrs Murphy and Mr Langford for managing the questions and in particular to Ms McBride without whom this event would never have been broadcast, we are all in awe of her experience,  technical expertise and most of all her patience.