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News

Welcome to our news page where you can keep up to date with everything of interest with Chichester Free School.

  • From September 2018, we will have our own Sixth Form

    From September 2018, we will have our own Sixth Form

    19 September 2017

    We’ll open our doors to our first Sixth Formers in September 2018. If you’d like to find out more please contact our school office to book a place at our Sixth Form Open Evening which will be held on Wednesday 8th November 2017 at our Vinnetrow Road site.

     

  • Our vision for the CFS Sixth Form

    Our vision for the CFS Sixth Form

    18 September 2017

    We aim to provide an environment for a rigorous, disciplined and inspirational Sixth Form. A Level study will be balanced with an enrichment activity programme designed to develop the character and leadership qualities required by our young people to meet life’s challenges and secure progression to university or the world of work.

  • Our Sixth Form admissions requirement

    Our Sixth Form admissions requirement

    17 September 2017

    Our general requirement will be five good GCSE passes at A* – C, or at grade 5 or above. The minimum subject grade which must be achieved at GCSE in order to continue to study that subject at A Level will be a grade B or a level 6. The deadline for submission of our admissions form is 30th November 2017.

  • Our Sixth Form subject choices

    Our Sixth Form subject choices

    16 September 2017

    Our range of subject choices is wide. Along with academic ‘facilitating’ subjects such as English, Maths, Science, Languages and Humanities, we also offer ‘complementary’ subject choices including Physical Education, Film Studies, Art and Psychology. Our full subject listing can be found in the Sixth Form section of our website.

  • Our expectation of Sixth Form students

    Our expectation of Sixth Form students

    15 September 2017

    We expect each and every one of our Sixth Form students to: meet academic challenges; participate actively within the school community; develop resilience and leadership qualities; contribute positively through general conduct; discover and explore their passions and develop their individuality and to be well presented within our dress code.