We spend a lot of time with students thinking about what happens after life at Sixth Form, whether that be university, apprenticeships or work. As such, students participate in a range of activities designed to enable them to learn more about the opportunities available to them, to reflect on their strengths and ambitions, and more specifically, how to get themselves onto their chosen post-18 paths. This will include discussions with tutor, a 1-2-1 interview with a Careers Adviser, work experience, visits to universities and a number of speakers from different professions and universities.

A summary of our Futures programme can be found below, however it is adapted each year according to the specific needs of each cohort.

Year 12What Career, What Uni Live EventIntroduction to Unifrog

UCAS Conference

SHaPE Presentations on:

●      Apprenticeships delivered by ASK

●      CV Writing

●      Assessment Centre Workshop

●      Unifrog

●      Writing a Personal Statement for UCAS and job applications

●      Taking a gap year

●      University Finance

Whole year group visit to Russell Group University

Visit to Oriel College Oxford for potential Oxbridge candidates

Google Classroom and additional support for early UCAS applicants

Oxbridge applicants participate in Eton X Critical Thinking Course

Year 13Distinct strand for those not applying to university:

121 careers appointment

121 feedback on CV and supporting statement for work/apprenticeship application

Presentation from ASK apprenticeship

UCAS applicants:

121 feedback and advice on personal statements university choices

Post-18 preparations

●      Healthy eating

●      Managing money

●      Touch typing

●      Getting connected at university


For destination information click HERE

Applications to Russell Group universities, Oxbridge Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science

We know that some students will be interested in making applications to study at Oxford or Cambridge or for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science courses at university. These courses are incredibly competitive and we know that students may need extra help to give them the best chance of getting into their dream university or course. As such, we will identify students with interest and potential in these universities and courses in Year 12, and provide bespoke support which might include interview preparation, a visit to the relevant university, specialist guidance on applying to these universities and courses to put our students on a level footing with their independent school competitors.

High School Tours

Our High School College Tours are now available to book. Tours will take place on Wednesdays and Fridays throughout June and July. If you would like to reserve tickets for the tours, please click on the Eventbrite link HERE. Further tours will be taking place in September and our Open Evening has been scheduled for the evening of 2nd OctoberShould you have any questions, please contact office@srrcc.org.uk.

Sixth Form

Applications for our Sixth Form have now closed. Should you need any further information, please contact sixthform@srrcc.org.uk.

Primary School

Applications for our Primary School have now closed. Should you need any further information, please contact primary@srrcc.org.uk.