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Give yourself permission to take breaks during revision. It’s normal to feel worried about exams. But it’s so important to look after yourself. Here are some tips for managing stress.


Y8 students attended the 'Kids in IT' day in Feltham. They used technology to draw shapes, working out how to adjust the 'buggy' to improve accuracy. As well as a dragons den style competition to come up with new ideas for Apps


Sixth Form Academic Mentor, Waldegrave School, Richmond upon Thames


Over 180 Y9s enjoyed their Bronze DofE preparations with Aim High Expeditions learning a variety of skills including map reading, route planning, setting up stoves and tents, and learning what to pack in their rucksacks.


Best of luck to all our Y11s who start their GCSEs today. Don’t forget your teachers are here if you need any support over the next few weeks. Stay focused but make sure you take time out to relax too!


Teacher of Mathematics, Waldegrave School, Richmond upon Thames


Y12 has finished a packed Careers week culminating in a Public Sector event with speakers from the Home and Foreign Offices, NHS, Met Police, Environment and Work & Pensions Offices and TFL. Thank you to all those who gave up their time to impart their wisdom.


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Next week re are running two "in person" workshops to talk about SEND independent advice and information services for families in Kingston and Richmond. Please come and join us


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We all need people in our lives we can turn to when we’re struggling. Being around supportive people you trust can really help your mental health. This is 1 of the strategies we're highlighting this 👉


Teacher of PE, Waldegrave School, Twickenham


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This , we're sharing resources to tackle feelings of . We're often kinder to others than we are to ourselves, but being kind to yourself is important for your wellbeing. This is 1 of 94 self-care strategies👉


Thanks to everyone who helped out at our Sixth Form Apprenticeship Day. Students gained valuable insights & are excited about the opportunities open to them.


Come and support our at the Spring Fling Party on Friday 20 May. Tickets via ParentPay £5 now! Entertainment by THE JAM FACTORY and supporting acts who will rock the school with a 'heady fusion of rock, pop & blues.' Door and bar open at 7pm, bands around 7.30.


Y7 has been hard at work fundraising for including sponsored silences, extra household chores & weeding. As a thank you, students enjoyed a Zumba dance class on Friday afternoon which they all thoroughly enjoyed! There is still time to donate:


Head of PE, Waldegrave School, Twickenham


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Very proud to have launched our appeal. With an education, girls will be fearless, successful, happy…girls will be whatever they want to be. Donate to the appeal now and the UK government will double all donations:


Teaching Assistant (Permanent), Waldegrave School, Twickenham


Head of PDC (Personal Development Curriculum), Waldegrave School, Twickenham


Our vision is to ensure you enjoy a love of learning, achieve your aspirations and are empowered to become the leaders of, and contributors to, a better society.

Waldegrave Sixth Form is a comprehensive, co-educational provision for 400 students aged 16-19. We offer a friendly, exciting, and stimulating environment for learning.  

Your experience of sixth form will shape the way you engage with the world.  We aim to educate the leaders of the future and you will be encouraged to make a difference whilst you study with us.

The teaching at Waldegrave is already outstanding and in the sixth form you will be able to benefit from our teachers’ extensive experience and deep subject knowledge.  Teachers will inspire you in the specialist subjects that you have chosen, ignite your imagination, fuel your spirit of enquiry and create an atmosphere of discovery in the classroom.  

Making an Application for September 2022

The deadline to apply for September 2022 entry was Monday 10 January. We are no longer able to accept applications.  Students who submitted their application by the deadline are still able to access their information using the following link:

Application to Sixth Form

We are oversubscribed again this year and will implement our Oversubscription Criteria.  Please read this document carefully. Places at Waldegrave are not guaranteed until after GCSE day on 25 August 2022 and we advise all applicants to make at least three applications to A Level providers.  

Information on admissions data for the last three years can be viewed at

There are national minimum GCSE grades required to study A Levels. On your application you will be asked for your predicted grades. We recognise that many applicants improve their grades between mock exams and public exams.  Applicants will be accepted onto courses following the results of the GCSEs received in August.  

Applicants will be given an appointment time on enrolment day according to the Oversubscription Criteria of distance from home to Waldegrave.

For more information on the subjects we offer please view Sixth Form Subjects webpage.

Enrolment Day Information

We have produced videos to give you more information about how the enrolment day will work, what is meant by a Conditional Offer and advice on how to make your final decision about your A Level subjects.




Enrolment Day Slides



Sixth Form Subject Choices Slides




Sixth Form Conditional Offer Slides


Key Dates

Sixth Form Open Evening

5.30 -8.15pm Wednesday 20 October 2021

Applications Open

Thursday 21 October 2021

Applications Close

9am on Monday 10 January 2022

Information, Advice & Guidance Meetings

(current Waldegrave students only)

Internal applicants: March - April 2022


Conditional Offers sent out (this is not confirmation of a place)

April 2022

Induction Day

Thursday 30 June 2022

GCSE Results Day

25 August 2022

Enrolment Day -  confirmation of place in Sixth Form only once meeting has been completed

25 - 26 August 2022

We strongly recommend you attend your enrolment meeting in person.


Useful information




If you are taking qualifications other than GCSEs or iGCSEs you may need to supply a Statement of Compatibility.  More information can be found at

If you have any questions please email