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Information for current students and parents

For all parents/ carers of Year 13 students 

Please read the letter linked below, with advice and support for students and parents during study leave

This point of transition in Year 13 from school lessons to study leave can be challenging for some of our students. Whilst some individuals welcome the opportunity to study at home, some find the prospect of a new routine daunting, as well as the reality of exams.

Student wellbeing is, as ever, our priority, and with this in mind, we have written some points of advice and guidance:

Study Leave advice

Current Year 13 Students

Please read this letter from Ofqual and UCAS regarding how your results are determined, results day, confirming offers and Clearing: published 18th July 2023.

Letter to Students from Ofqual and UCAS

Current Year 11 students

One of the really exciting things about A Level at RH6 is the opportunity to study new subjects. So that our current Year 11 students can gain further insight into these subjects we organise a series of RH6 discovery sessions for them. These are short, fun, interactive sessions in which our subject specialists can give students valuable insight into their A Level. This will help our students make informed choices about their subject choices for A Level. The discovery sessions are in the following subjects:

  • Classical Civilisation  
  • Sociology
  • Politics
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • EPQ
  • English Language 

Year 12 and 13 Parents' Evenings

Year 13 Parents' Information Evening was held in September. Please click here to view the presentation from the evening. 

Year 12 Parents' Information Evening was held earlier in September. Please click here to find out more.

Please click below to read our FAQs. 

Parents Information Evening 

Our information evening for parents / carers of Year 12 students was held on Wednesday 31st January. The evening covered starting to think about life after A Levels, including university applications, apprenticeships and gap years. 

You can watch a video of the evening here: 

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UCAS - Parent / Carers Guide

Please use the link below to download the '2024 UCAS Guide - everything you need to support your child with their higher education choices'. 

This guide contains information on:

  • Pre-application planning and exploring their options
  • Making a UCAS application, including writing a great personal statement
  • What happens next - What happens when UCAS gets their application
  •   Additional useful resources 

UCAS Terms Explained

UCAS use quite a few terms in the application process. They’ve explained them all here, if you need to check what any mean.

UCAS terms explained