Here you can find everything you need to know about applying for a place in our Sixth Form, including the 16+ entry requirements.

First steps...

We are delighted that you are considering applying to Putney High School Sixth Form.

Before you submit an application, we would encourage you to book onto one of our 16+ virtual Open Days and join us for a family tour – both will give you an insight into what our vibrant, university-style community is like in Sixth Form at Putney.

To register your interest for one of these events or to start an application, please visit our online Admissions portal, OpenApply.

If you have any questions throughout the process, please contact admissions@put.gdst.net.

Open Days and Tours

Applying to Putney High School Sixth Form

16+ (Year 12) Entry

Applications are now open for entry in September 2022 and can be made through our online portal OpenApply.

Places are offered following an interview with members of the Sixth Form team and are conditional on (I)GCSE results.

Key Dates:

  • Application deadline for all applications, including Scholarships, is Friday 15 October 2021 at 12 noon.
  • Interviews will take place on Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 November 2021.
  • Results will be confirmed at the beginning of December 2021.

 

Please note, a non-refundable registration fee of £125 (or £200 for overseas applications) is payable at the time of applying.

Access our online Admissions portal

I decided to join Putney at Sixth Form because of the amazing sense of community and togetherness that I'd seen.

Year 12 Pupil

Financial Assistance

Bursaries

Although we are academically selective, we are “means blind” and do everything we can to ensure that girls with promise are able to benefit from a Putney education regardless of their circumstances.

More about bursaries

Scholarships

Our scholarship programme is designed to recognise potential and offer opportunity. Expectation is high and our staff work with scholars to nurture their progress.  The award of a scholarship brings opportunities and scholars are expected to participate fully in the life of the school.

At 16+ we offer a number of scholarships, including Academic, Art, Design, Drama, Music and Sport, and these are awarded on merit. Travel scholarships in Modern Foreign Languages and Sciences are also available for internal applicants.

More about scholarships

See the School

Join us at one of our Open Events
Join Pooja as she takes you around our purpose built Sixth Form Centre in a 360 degree tour.

Existing pupils find they enjoy more autonomy, and those joining us from other schools quickly make new friends and feel at home in a purpose-built Sixth Form Centre.

A Level Choices

In our Sixth Form, students typically study three or four A Levels across a wide range of options. They have a free choice of subjects, meaning that our curriculum offering can be truly personalised, preparing girls for whatever career they wish to pursue after Putney.

Putney Alumnae

Putney alumnae are notable for their many extraordinary achievements and for their fond memories of school.

Sandie Okoro, class of 1983

Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the World Bank

Sandie Okoro, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the World Bank Group, remembers her days when she was a punk rocker in purple uniform at Putney High School GDST.

Read the full article in School House Magazine.

Sophie Simnett, class of 2016

Actor

From Putney High School to Disney’s The Lodge, BBC’s Poldark and Netflix series Daybreak. Listen to Sophie’s memories of Putney High School here.

Anoushka Mehta, class of 2010

HSBC Public Sector Banking team

Anoushka Mehta (class of 2010) has been recognised in the HERoes Women Role Model Lists 2020 in collaboration with Yahoo Finance. Anoushka has been named 36th in the 100 Future Women Leaders which celebrates inspirational women who are not yet senior leaders in an organisation but are making a significant contribution to gender diversity at work.

Read more here.

Aimee di Marco, class of 1997

Specialist Registrar and Clinical Lecturer

Aimee is at the leading edge of robotics and imaging in surgery.

Ali Pumfrey, class of 2010

Catering Chef and Entrepreneur

Ali started her business in 2016 after realising that she just didn’t enjoy the job she had at the time as much as she loved to cook. Taking the plunge and completing a cookery course, gaining a Diploma in Food and Wine at Leiths Cookery School, it was after this, in 2016, that she established Ali Pumfrey Chef, a catering company, offering food services and creating tailor-made events for London and beyond.

Read more here.

Putney was never for one type of girl. Yes it was academic, but it was also for the curious, the iconoclast, the creative, and for girls who wanted to change the world.

Sandie Okoro
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