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14:20 PM - 22 Oct 2021

Great to see students working hard on Civvies Day whilst showing their support for , so far students have raised over £600 https://t.co/6bf4dtYptw

13:30 PM - 22 Oct 2021

Our Autumn Edition of The Mitre is now available to view. Thank you to everyone who contributed https://t.co/79ozuSVstj

08:02 AM - 21 Oct 2021

A reminder that tomorrow, Friday 22nd October, is civvies day in aid of . Donations can be made via our ParentPay system. We appreciate your support https://t.co/OT0Z6NewnG

16:01 PM - 14 Oct 2021

A reminder that tomorrow is an INSET Day and the school will be closed to students. We look forward to welcoming students back on Monday 18th October

12:16 PM - 11 Oct 2021

A reminder that our Head of Sixth Form Open Door is tonight, Monday 11th October from 4.30-6.30pm. No appointment required

21:04 PM - 7 Oct 2021

A reminder that tomorrow, Friday 8th October, is civvies day in aid of https://t.co/eFpDKQ3Cdz

08:31 AM - 5 Oct 2021

A survey link has been emailed to parents/carers. We would appreciate your feedback on Parents' Evenings for this academic year

16:04 PM - 4 Oct 2021

We look forward to parents/carers joining us for tonight's Year 12 Information Evening at 7.00pm. A Teams link has been emailed

10:55 AM - 1 Oct 2021

A reminder that our first Head of School's Open Door for this academic year will be on Monday 4th October from 4.30pm

14:20 PM - 24 Sep 2021

A reminder that our Middle School Information Evening will be held virtually on Monday 27th September at 7.00pm. A Teams link has been emailed to parents/carers

Admissions

The Bishop of Llandaff usually admits up to 150 places to students in Year 12. Current students at school are given priority of admission, providing they meet entry requirements. However, each year we admit a number of students from other schools in the local and wider area who wish to attend our sixth form.

Students who apply do so knowing that the school aims to provide an education based on Christian principles and therefore governors expect all students to play an active role in our school ethos.

Entry Requirements/Pathways

ROUTE ONE

4 A Levels & WBQ

For students who expect to achieve 7 x A*-C grades in full course GCSE subjects, which include at least 5 or more B grades (courses equivalent to GCSE do not count)

ROUTE TWO

3 A Levels & WBQ

For students who expect to achieve 5 x A*-C grades in full course GCSE subjects, which include at least 3 or more B grades (courses equivalent to GCSE do not count)

ROUTE THREE

3 A Levels & WBQ                                    

For students who expect to tain 5 x A*-C grades in full course GCSE subjects (a 'vocational combination route' is more suited to students who have achieved predominantly C grades at GCSE and/or followed GCSE equivalent courses). Students must take at least one BTEC subject if their results fall into this category

PLEASE NOTE: Most AS/A’ level subjects have an entry requirement of at least a C grade at GCSE. However, to study A-Level English, Mathematics*, Economics*, Business Studies* and Science there is a minimum B grade entry requirement.

* B grade in Higher Tier Mathematics required.

If, after results day, your actual GCSE grades do not meet the requirements for your chosen route it will be necessary for you to re-consider your option choices in consultation with the Head of Sixth Form.  

Students are able to study one subject at either Whitchurch or Radyr where available.