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Joining Us

Applications for September 2024 are currently closed and will reopen on the 22nd August 2024.

Students will be considered for admission into the Associated Sixth Form providing they meet the entry criteria as set out in the prospectus and Admissions Guidance.

Year 11 students from any school can complete our application form online or ring the Associated Sixth Form Administrator, on 01423 818516 to ask any questions about applying.

If you would like to receive future updates about the Associated Sixth Form please email and we will be pleased to add you to our mailing list.


Late Applications

Students who would like to apply for a place in the Associated Sixth Form, have missed the application deadlines, however Applications will be reopened on 22 August (GCSE Results Day) here, on our websites.  Applicants should complete the form, either Internal Application (someone who was in Year 11 at St Aidan’s or St John Fisher) or External Application (students from other schools) on 22 August and email their GCSE statement of results at the same time to  They will be contacted within a few days to be told if we can offer them a place on their chosen courses.

Presentations from Information Evening January 2024

2024 Sixth Form Information Evening Evening Restaurant2024 Sixth Form Information Evening Evening Main Hall2023 Attendance A Guide for Parents01423 818426

Application Timeline

October St Aidan’s and St John Fisher Open Days
October Prospectus and Application Forms Available
January Presentations to Year 11 Students and Information Evening
Jan-Apr Newcomer Interviews
Jan-Apr Offer Letters issued
March Deadline for Applications
June Summer Induction Days
July Complete Transition Work
August Results Day
Aug-Sep Enrolment

Open Days

Our Sixth Form Open Day October 2024 to be confirmed.

Sixth Form Dress Code

The students in Years 12 and 13 are role models for younger pupils and their standards of dress are an important part of the culture of the Associated Sixth Form. It is hoped that Sixth Form students will be proud of their professional appearance creating a positive image not just in school but also within the wider community. The dress code allows members of the Associated Sixth Form to set a high standard in their personal appearance and to choose from 2 options

Option 1 - Business collared shirt, tie, smart trousers

Option 2 - Smart blouse, smart skirt/smart dress/smart trousers





Branding on any items must be discreet

No obstructive pictures/symbols/logos/writing



Smart trousers/ chinos

Hipsters, leather/leather-look/wet look, denim, frayed, clingy, lycra, decorated leggings, jogging bottoms, shorts


Smart skirt or dress of an appropriate length (mid-thigh)

Bodycon, skorts, leather/leather look/wet look, denim, frayed, clingy, lycra



Smart shirt with collar/ smart blouse

T shirts, polo shirt, tie-dye, cropped tops, strapless tops, spaghetti strap tops, plunging necklines, see-through or revealing clothing, lumberjack type shirt



Smart jumper or cardigan

Garments in sweatshirt style material, hoodies within school (permissible as an outdoor coat for travel to and from school)



Coat - to be removed once inside classrooms

Tailored jacket/blazer


Denim jacket, leather jacket


Smart formal shoes, boots or sandals (leather/leather look/suede/suede look)

Trainers/pumps/flip flops/sports style shoes (including Vans, Converse,black trainers), Ugg boot style, no bright coloured footwear





Discreet jewellery (small nose stud allowed)

Nose rings

Ear lobe stretchers





Natural hair colours only

No extreme styles or colours