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Transition to Sixth Form

Students joining Oxted School Sixth Form in September 2020 will find the 'A to Z Guide to Sixth Form Life' and the 'Getting Ready for Oxted School Sixth Form' useful ways to start preparing for life in Year 12. 

Students should be completing the 'bridging work' for their chosen subjects over the summer period.  Each Faculty has prepared ‘bridging work’ to help students prepare for their Year 12 studies.  Work is provided for all of the subjects at A-Level and BTEC. The tasks will help prepare current Year 11 students for their learning in September.  We hope students find the reading and tasks engaging.  Students are likely to excel in some areas and get through this work faster than other topics, where they will spend more time developing skills and understanding. 

If students have any subject specific questions regarding this work, or if you have any general questions or concerns regarding joining Sixth Form, please contact Mrs Dove, Head of Sixth Form ( or Mrs L’Estrange, Sixth Form Manager (

COVID-19 Updates - start of new academic year

Details regarding our full opening in September can found here:

Message from Mrs Dove, Head of Sixth Form


16-19 Bursary Fund

This is a limited bursary fund allocated to Schools and Colleges by the Young People’s Learning Agency (YPLA) so that they may provide help to young people facing financial hardship and whose access to or completion of full time education might be inhibited by financial consideration.  Information regarding the 16-19 Bursary Fund can be found here 


Surrey County Council Transport to school for students in Sixth form

Please use the link to the Surrey County Council website to find out more about paying for travel to school in Sixth form.  Most students aged 16-19 will take advantage of either the 16-17 Saver Card or Surrey’s Student fare Card (for reduced rate bus/and or rail travel) when they travel to school.

The Surrey County Council student Fare card scheme for 2020/21 will open on 1 August and students are advised to apply by 22 August to ensure that the card is received at the start of term.

If you live in Kent then go to the Kent County Council website to find out about the Kent County Council Travel Saver Bus Pass. Applications for the Kent Bus pass are now open.