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Fulham Sixth Form: Full of Opportunities

When you choose Fulham School for Sixth Form, you're choosing 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 now offers students the choice of studying A Levels, BTEC Level 3 diplomas and subsidiary diplomas, or a combination of all three; and in an extensive range of subjects.

To ensure breadth and stretch, students also select three immersive pursuits to take on alongside their core subjects. These activities are life-skill game-changers. Guided and supported by their tutors throughout, activities are designed to engage students with meaning and purpose, challenging multi-disciplinary thought and shining the spotlight on each individual's talents and potential so they are ready to embrace new opportunities wholeheartedly, and stand out for all the right reasons when they take their next steps.

Core Subjects

Students can choose to study one of the following sets of core subject options:

Option 1: (A Levels only)
4 x A Levels

Option 2: (BTEC only)
2 x BTEC diplomas OR
1 x BTEC and 1-2 subsidiary diplomas

Option 3: (A Level/BTEC mix)
1-2 A Levels WITH
1 x BTEC diploma or 1-2 subsidiary diplomas.

BTEC Level 3 diplomas
(equivalent to two A Levels)

Subjects taught:

  • Sport
  • Business
  • Performing Arts

Level 3 subsidiary diplomas
(equivalent to one A Level)

Subjects taught:

  • Sport
  • Business
  • Performing Arts

A Levels

Subjects taught:

  • Maths
  • English Literature
  • Drama
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Psychology
  • Business Studies
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Geography
  • History

Immersive Pursuits

Students also choose one option from the following three categories to complete alongside their core subjects.

1) Elective
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.

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

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



We are part of the Inspired global group of schools, offering unrivalled international education and facilities. One in three Inspired students secure places at Russell Group and Ivy League universities, however education isn't just about excellent exam results: it's about developing extraordinary, happy, well rounded young people who go on to make a positive difference in the world. Something our students consistently achieve.

Opportunity isn’t just a word at Fulham School, it’s a way of life.

See Fulham School Sixth Form for yourself: book your visit today.