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shalom1 Thu 13-Aug-15 10:42:24

hi all
My DD is going to year 11 in September. we are presntly looking at 6th form colleges fro her. Does anyone have any good independant colleges/schools in the london area- inner and outer.

She is sporty and musical and academic. She wants to do the sciences for A levels.


scatterthenuns Thu 13-Aug-15 10:51:07

Whats the budget?

horsemadmom Thu 13-Aug-15 10:52:58

Shalom, Shalom1.
Where is she now and how academic? Private, state, religious?

Nl2015 Thu 13-Aug-15 11:36:23

Hi there, all views much appreciated. Middle child left Emanuel after gcse and has just done his AS at Esher. Not gone great and wants to repeat. Any thoughts on a good sixth form for the not hugely academic? Thanks

shalom1 Thu 13-Aug-15 12:26:18

Scatter- we are looking at trying for scholarship-
Horse- she is at private at the moment- she is a straight A student.

LIZS Thu 13-Aug-15 12:28:45

But typically scholarships aren't of much cash value. Assuming that what £ can you afford to pay? GDST schools are good value if you are happy single sex.

scatterthenuns Thu 13-Aug-15 14:03:51

Well if money was no object, I'd choose Westminster!

Millymollymama Thu 13-Aug-15 15:01:29

6th form places usually available at Queenswood, Hertfordshire (girls), (very, very sporty and good music), various girls' schools in Ascot, Wellington College, Stowe, Cheltenham Ladies College; most places recruit into the 6th form unless you are very choosy. Scholarships for 6th form are pretty competitive, and worth next to nothing, at lots of schools. I had an A* student and nothing is guaranteed because everyone else is A* for everything too! Bursaries for low income families are worth far more.

isittoomuchtoaskforsleep15 Sun 16-Aug-15 23:16:57

My DD (at a state school) is also going into year 11 this year.
We're thinking of
Habs girls
But DD would apply for a bursary as well as a scholarship...
What about Brampton College in Hendon - apparently it does well?
There are some state schools that do well though such as Henrietta Barnett.

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