Sixth Form School in London, Fulham

At Fulham School, London, our Sixth Form offers a senior years’ education that propels academic excellence and ambition; one that encourages adventure, independent learning, and team collaboration; and one that develops astute, globally-minded young citizens with the knowledge, compassion, and confidence they need to succeed.

Our transformative and creative curriculum offers students a choice between A Levels, BTEC Level 3 Diplomas and Subsidiary Diplomas. Alternatively, if permitted to do so, young adults may personalise their Sixth Form education by choosing a combination of subjects from the three course pathways, selecting options from our extensive range of Higher Level subjects.

Why Choose our Sixth Form School in London?

Why Choose our Sixth Form School in London?

We are delighted to see the progress of pupils as they ocntinue their first-class education at our school.

The main focus of our Sixth Form division is to help students:

  • Prioritise their well-being
  • Secure places and scholarships at the most prestigious universities in the UK and the US
  • Gain acceptance to courses at many excellent universities outside the traditional top few
  • Pursue the arts and creative options
  • Find employment and apprenticeship opportunities
  • Dive into the entrepreneurial world

Sixth Form Curriculum

At our Sixth Form, students have two curriculum pathways to choose from. They may follow the Advanced Level (A-Level) route or undertake the vocational BTEC Diploma.

Sixth Form candidates may select one core subject option from those listed below:

4 x A Levels

2 x BTEC diplomas OR
1 x BTEC and 1-2 subsidiary diplomas

1-2 A Levels with
1 x BTEC diploma or 1-2 subsidiary diplomas.

(equivalent to two A Levels)

  • Sport
  • Business
  • Performing Arts

(equivalent to one A Level)

  • Sport
  • Business
  • Performing Arts
  • A Levels
  • Maths
  • English Literature
  • Drama
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Psychology
  • Business Studies
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Geography
  • History
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Sixth Form Facilities

Located at our Senior School in West London, senior learners have access to modern resources to help them apply their new found skills. We offer a dedicated Learning Resource Centre, well-equipped science labs, spacious leisure facilities, and traditional and digital resources to support every aspect of the A-Level and BTEC syllabuses.

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Sixth Form Teaching Staff

From Year 12, educators and Form Tutors work with the Head of Year to provide tailored revision and course assistance for the best chances of success in classwork and ultimately, in examinations.

Teachers and the Pastoral Team support the work of Specialist Careers counsellors to ensure the welll-being of learners at this critical stage. As part of their remit, they help pupils secure references, work experience or academic tutoring to further strengthen their prospects.

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Languages in the Sixth Form

At our Sixth Form, students enjoy a diverse, welcoming and vibrant learning environment. With around 1 in 3 members of our community joining us from outside England. We are delighted to offer a range of modern foreign languages as subject options, allowing students to continue their linguistic study at a higher level. At present, Spanish and French are offered as A Level qualifications.

University & Career Pathway

A student’s final two years at Fulham are rewarding, exciting and above all, vital. Throughout Year 12 and 13 we work with students to guide them through the decision and planning stages of their life after Fulham.

Students are also encouraged to attend ongoing personalised support sessions to discuss their university and career choices. Depending on their chosen educational pathways and career preferences, they receive advice regarding personal statements and the application processes for top universities.The Headteacher provides students with tailored planning guidance for their educational pathway from the early months of Year 12. The Head has years of experience working one-to-one with students to prepare and succeed in their university applications, and over the last four years has supported in excess of 100 students in their applications both to universities in the US and in the UK.

Sixth Form Entry Requirements

For 16+ entry to Year 12, candidates must complete an online CAT test and 3 x half-hour papers for the higher-level subjects of their choice. Candidates also need to attend an interview with our Senior Leadership Team. Assessments take place in mid-November, and admission will be offered to successful applicants in the first week of December the year before entry.

Sixth Form Activities

The quality of the education our pupils receive is best judged by the diversity of outcomes available to them upon graduation.To ensure breadth and depth in learning, senior students may select three immersive pursuits to take alongside their core subjects. These activities are life-skill game-changers and are designed to engage students with meaning and purpose, and the ability to put their skills in practice. 

They offer challenging multi-disciplinary competencies and shine the spotlight on each individual's talents and potential, boosting the confidence of our learners, while ensuring they stand out for all the right reasons when they take their next steps  beyond school.

Sixth Form students may choose one option from the following three categories to complement their studies, in addition to Breakfast and Lunch clubs.



Courses range from EPQs (ideal for those wishing to develop a specialism ahead of university), a language DELE/DELF qualification, a Certificate in Financial Studies, enterprise or tycoon challenges, or an art or sports leader award.


Aspirational Challenge

Students will take on a national competition (e.g. Olympiad) or a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course).

Community contribution

Community Contribution

Actively participating in volunteering work independently, as part of a World Challenge, or as part of their gold Duke of Edinburgh award.

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Breakfast and Lunch Clubs

Teaching staff will run a broad range of clubs in the mornings and lunch times, taking place between 8am-8.30am, and again between 1pm-2.15pm. There’ll be something for everyone, and students can look forward to being able to sign up to a variety of wellbeing, STEM, and arts and crafts clubs, including yoga, chess, robotics and embroidery.

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