On entering the Putney High School Sixth Form you will become a part of a vibrant, university-style community.

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.

Our entry requirements

Joining us in Year 12

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

First Steps…

Register by completing our simple online application form below. A non-refundable registration fee of £125 (or £200 for overseas applications) is payable at the time of applying.

Key Dates for 16+ September 2022 Entry

Application Deadline – The deadline for all applications, including Scholarship applications, is Friday 15 October 2021.

Interviews – Interviews will take place in November 2021.

Results – Results will be confirmed at the beginning of December 2021.

Please note, owing to the ongoing situation regarding Covid-19, the above schedule may be subject to change. We will of course notify you immediately of any alterations to the format or timing of the entrance assessments to ensure that your daughter’s experience is as smooth as possible.


The deadline for all applications, including scholarship and bursary applications, is Friday 15 October 2021.

For enquiries, please contact admissions@put.gdst.net.

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

Year 12 Pupil

Open Days

Join us in the Sixth Form Centre to hear from current students and staff.

Bursaries & Scholarships

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. A number of Scholarships are available, including Academic, Art, Design, Drama, Music and Sport, and these are awarded on merit.

Find out more

Debating helped with my interview as it gave me the confidence to think and speak on the spot about complex subjects.

Jazz Adamson
Went on to read English at Oxford

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.

Here, Sandie Okoro, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the World Bank remembers her days as a punk rocker in Putney High School GDST.

Read the article

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
Putney Alumna. Senior Vice President and General Counsel- World Bank
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