Year 12 Notices
Year 12 End of Year Exams - Week Commencing 26 June 2017
Please see below for the Year 12 exam timetable.
All exams will take place on the Wimbledon College site even if subjects are studied at the Ursuline.
There will be no Year 12 Advanced Level lessons during exam week and students need only attend when they have an exam. The exception to this is students on BTEC courses where lessons continue as normal and attendance is compulsory unless a student is sitting an exam.
All students must register when they come on site for exams. Boys are welcome to use the Study Hall to revise during the week but must register on arrival and departure from the school site. Students are expected to wear full school uniform when they are on site.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the Sixth Form office.
Please find below links to two documents (Parent Guide 2018 and UCAS Guide for Sept 2018 Entry) to help parents support their sons as they start to consider their plans after finishing school. These documents provide general information, but more specific guidance will be given to students in tutor time, assembly over the course of the term and during the final week of term after Review Day. We also have a visiting speaker coming in at the beginning of July to talk about university choices, finance etc. Mr Boyse will speak in more detail about the UCAS process at the Rhetoric Information Evening in September. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Boyse, Mr Fitcher or our Careers Advisor, Mrs Collet-Creedy, if you have any questions.
Sixth Form Dress Code
Please refer to the document below for the Sixth Form Dress Code. Sixth Form ties will be handed out on the first day of term (Monday 5 September 2016).
Information regarding the bursary and the 2016/17 Application Form can be downloaded below.
The cut-off date for applications is Monday 26 September. Late applications will be accepted but students will not be able to claim the first payment due in October 2016.
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