Challenging you to achieve your ambitions and fulfil your dreams is our goal at Hayesfield Mixed Sixth.
Located in the centre of Bath, our Sixth Form is a bright and vibrant place to study. We have great transport links and amazing modern facilities, such as the Nucleus Super Lab, Design Studio and 200 seat Roper Theatre, where you will be encouraged to explore your capabilities and uncover your potential. Our Oldfield Park campus also features the bright and open Sixth Form Common Room, an informal space where you can relax, share ideas and make endless cups of tea!
Our students are warm and supportive and come from all over Bath and beyond. We have a busy events calendar which provides numerous opportunities to make friends and take part in unforgettable experiences. You will attend our Residential Trip early in Year 12, where you will develop your teamwork and leadership skills whilst having fun with new friends. You can participate in Hayesfield’s Got Talent, take part in of one of the infamous Sixth Form Flash mobs, party at the Yuletide Ball or jet off on the Senior Ski Trip. There are also plenty of clubs and activities for you to enjoy, ranging from football, hockey and lacrosse to our lively Debating Society, Royal Navy CCF, Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award, World Challenge, Eco Club, Senior Choir and many more.
Hayesfield is a place where you can become the best you can be. Whether you want to be a doctor or an engineer, a teacher or an entrepreneur, an artist or a member of parliament, we’ll help you to create the future you’ve always imagined.
Miss C Trueman
Director of Sixth Form
Hayesfield Mixed Sixth Form Prospectus
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How to Apply
You will need to have the following information to hand:
- Personal information e.g name, contact details
- Parents contact details
- Information about any learning needs you have
- Information about exam access arrangements you have
- Your current predicted grades ( not your targeted grades but what your teachers currently think you will achieve at the end of Year 11)
- Your choice of subjects to study
When you first register you will have to verify your email address. If the confirmation email doesn’t come through please check your spam/junk folder in case it is in there.
If you don’t finish the form in one go it will save your data when you logout and it will still be there when you log back in.
If you are having problems applying through the online form please contact the Sixth Form office via email@example.com or, for internal students, pop into the Sixth Form office.
Deadline for Application Submission: 16th December 2019
Sixth Form Induction Day: Friday 19th June 2020:
|Current Hayesfield Students||New to Hayesfield|
|Research your preferred courses and discuss ideas with tutor and subject teachers. Talk to current Sixth Formers||Research your preferred courses and discuss ideas with tutor and subject teachers|
|Open Evening and Open Afternoon: View the facilities. Attend the formal talks, hear from subject leaders and current students. Ask lots of questions!||Open Evening and Open Afternoon: View the facilities. Attend the formal talks, hear from subject leaders and current students. Ask lots of questions!|
|Application Form: Complete and submit the application form by early December||Application Form: Complete and submit the application form by early December|
|Pop into the Sixth Form office if you have any questions||Email us if you have any questions|
|Consultations: One-to-one consultations are held during January to discuss your application and course choices||Consultations: One-to-one consultations are held during February to discuss your application and course choices|
|Formal offers: Conditional offers will be made by letter in March. Don’t forget to return the slip promptly||Formal offers: Conditional offers will be made by letter in March. Don’t forget to return the slip promptly|
|Induction Day: It’s vital to attend this day in June to meet tutors and have your first A Level lessons. Get to know your new classmates and try out the Common Room||Induction Day: It’s vital to attend this day in June to meet tutors and have your first A Level lessons. Get to know your new classmates and try out the Common Room|
|Results Day in August: Come and enrol to confirm your place and subjects||Results Day in August: Come and enrol to confirm your place and subjects. Don’t forget to bring your results slip as proof of qualifications|