All students will be required to sign the Trinity Sixth Form Learner Agreement
Students enrolled at St John Fisher, St Thomas More and St Margaret Ward will follow a general Religious Education course.
Late applications and transfers will be considered according to the same criteria as on the admissions pages.
The Trinity Sixth Form has an appeals process for students who are not successful in their application. The Trinity Sixth Form appeals form needs to be completed following GCSE results. This appeal will be considered in the first instance by the Trinity Progress Managers and then, if necessary, by the Director.
■ St John Fisher, St Margaret Ward and St Thomas More were founded by the Catholic Church to provide education for children of Catholic families. The schools are conducted by their governing bodies as part of the Catholic Church in accordance with their Trust Deed and Instrument of Government and seek at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ.
Lessons in The Trinity Sixth Form are taught in two blocks, a morning and an afternoon, with a flexible lunchtime in between. Some students will find that all of their subjects will be taught in the same school, while others may choose subjects taught in another school.
Transport will be provided free during the lunchtime, so you don’t have to worry about getting from morning to afternoon lessons. Free before and after transport is also available to and from your home school if required.