• Why Us - Happy Students
  • Why Us - Support
  • Why Us - Excellent Facilities

Why choose Warlingham Sixth Form?

Happy and successful students

Warlingham Sixth Form students are happy and successful.

The teachers are engaging and inspiring, with all students continuously challenged to meet high aspirations and to widen their horizons.

Pass rates are consistently at or above the national average, and every year, normally around 50% of our students achieve high grades at A*-B.  Click here for more detailed information about our most recent A Level results.

Extra-curricular trips (for example to Iceland, Costa Rica, New York and Switzerland) enrich and bring to life the subjects our students take, and activities supporting younger students in paired reading, spelling and maths, help to develop our students’ employability skills.

Student life is also enhanced by the committees, clubs and sporting activities, for example the College football league and the netball rallies in the local district.  Fresher parties and the Sixth Form prom are another source of enjoyment for our students.

With the wide range of opportunities provided, and the quality of the teaching and learning support they receive, it is no surprise that a significant percentage of our Year 13 students go on to be successful at Russell Group universities such as Cambridge, Kings College and Imperial College.


As a sixth form of our size, we are able to provide all our students with a quality of care, guidance and support that we believe is second-to-none.  From the outset, our teachers and tutors can provide the regular daily contact in small groups (average class sizes are 11 in Year 12 ).  This focussed attention ensures that all students get the support they need to be successful in their subjects.  At the same time, they receive appropriate guidance to support with progression into university, an apprenticeship, or the world of work, at the end of their studies.

Range of Courses

Our range of courses is large, and includes both A Level and Level 3 Vocational Courses.  All students have a free choice of courses with no pre-set blocking in operation.  And, in addition to this, all students can select one of our enrichment courses, which include the CSLA, the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification). 

Click here for further information about the courses and qualifications that Warlingham Sixth Form can offer.

Excellent Facilities

Warlingham Sixth Form College offers a wide range of excellent facilities that students can benefit from.  The Sixth Form centre has been completely refurbished over the last 12 months and now houses purpose built modern study facilities with outstanding ICT and WIFI access which allows students to choose their mode of study be it individual computer based work or pairs/ small group work with access to large screens and flexible working areas.  Students also have access to their own private garden area for relaxation, as well as a brand new kitchen area with access to a servery with snacks and lunches served each day.  Vending machines will be installed shortly with snack items for sale based on student feedback and demand. The outstanding sporting amenities allow sixth form students to play football on a flood-lit Astroturf, work out in the fitness suite and swim in the 25m pool.  Sixth formers also have preferential use of the school’s Learning Resources Centre, and a suite of 6th form lap-tops, and media/film students also have access to their own IT rooms with subject specific software in addition to a recording studio.


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  • ‘I chose Warlingham over other sixth forms because I liked the atmosphere; I felt very welcomed during the Open Evening and I knew straight away that this was the sixth form for me.’
    Morolake Adefioye
  • ‘I would like to study Psychiatry at university. The courses which I needed are all available at Warlingham Sixth Form and the addition of the Sixth Form Graduation Award scheme and being able to take the EPQ will be very helpful for my CV. I’ve been able to experience work shadowing and have worked with younger students in the
    paired reading scheme.’
    Nathan Stone