If you have applied to Herne Bay High 6th Form, on results' day, please collect an additional letter from the 6th Form Team in the covered courtyard. This will provide you with details of your next steps. External candidates, please contact email@example.com to confirm your place and we will arrange an appointment to finalise your subjects and take copies of your GCSE results.
If successful, enrolment will take place on the 25th August by 3pm, virtually on line. Your timetable will be available for you to collect on Monday 5th September from 12.30 – 2.30pm and lessons will commence on Tuesday 6th September at 8.35am.
In addition, should you no longer require your confirmed place, please can you advise us of this, along with your plans by e mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to make a late application to Herne Bay High 6th Form, please make contact following GCSE Results by e mailing email@example.com detailing the following:
We will then be in contact in due course.
Herne Bay High School offers a co-educational 6th Form in which to study. We also offer:
On joining Herne Bay High 6th Form you will be allocated a 6th Form Mentor who will support you on your journey. Studying at 6th Form is a significant step up from GCSE and you will be encouraged to take greater responsibility for your own organisation, focus and studies. Your key to success is to use your time wisely, become an independent learner and have a positive attitude. In order to apply to HBHS Sixth Form, students must complete a formal online application via the Kent Choices website.
The Herne Bay High dates to submit your application to us via Kent Choices are from the 25th November 2021 to the 4th February 2022 at 3pm. Applications will not be accepted after this date.
If you wish to make an application after this date, please make contact via firstname.lastname@example.org in August 2022 when GCSE results are known as detailed on our 6th Form Admissions Information.
Our entry requirements are detailed in full on the Kent Choices website:
Students should apply for the Full Level 3 Pathway and we will transfer you to the Two Plus Pathway following GCSE results if appropriate.
Students entering Year 12 are expected to study three subjects for the duration of the two years. In addition, all students follow a PSHEE programme and may undertake work experience.
If following the Two Plus Pathway students are expected to study two subjects plus self organised work experience for the duration of the two years, along with GCSE Maths/English resit. In addition, all students follow a PSHEE programme, (Please note not all subjects are available on the Two Plus Pathway, see prospectus for further information)
If you are not eligible to apply for the Level 3 courses, you may wish to apply to join the Level 2 pathways in Dance, Football or Rugby along with GCSE English/Mathematics resits as required. Students normally require a minimum of 5 GCSEs at 9-2, including Mathematics, English Language at Grade 3. Following completion of this course, students normally progress onto a vocational route.
Please click here for the 2022/23 Option Blocks.
Please click here for the 2022/23 Prospectus.
All applicants will be asked to attend a course advice meeting in early March 2022. Please note, a letter will be sent home with the date and time of your course advice meeting just before February half term. Your subject options will then be discussed with you at this time.
Please make a formal application online through the Kent Choices website. In addition, we will require sight of your last school report and birth certificate when you come for your course advice meeting and we will apply to your school for an academic reference.
If you live outside the Kent Area, you will need to register on the Kent Choices website to be able to submit an application. Please follow the 'Before You Apply' instructions on the following website to obtain this information:
Following application, you will be invited to a Careers Education Information and Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) meeting to discuss your subject choices. A letter will detail all the information required, including completing an on line admissions form.
Following your course advice meeting in the Spring term, if a conditional offer has been made, the details of this will be e mailed to you via your account on the Kent Choices website.
All applicants will be required to attend our induction programme - 4-8 July 2022.
If you have met the requirements of your conditional offer, a letter confirming your place at HBHS will be provided. This letter will provide enrolment information about when you need to attend school to obtain your timetable.
Students transferring from other schools will need to make contact by e mail email@example.com to confirm their place at Herne Bay High.
If you have not met the conditional offer requirements, additional guidance interviews may be offered to enable discussions regarding alternative course or college options.
If however, you have made alternative arrangements and no longer require your place at HBHS please advise us as soon as possible on 01227 361221 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click here for What Happens Next in 2022/23.