Find out why Hope decided to attend Sixth Form at OSH and discover some of the exciting co-curriculum activities that the school provides.
To see where our 2016 leavers went, click the link below:Download 2016 leavers' destinations
We ask that all our Year 12 day students have 7 GCSE passes at Grade C or above including English and Maths to meet our Minimum Qualification Standard.
Given that A level is a considerable step up from GCSE, we encourage A level students to choose a subject in which they achieved a minimum of grade B at GCSE, and we also expect them to have completed a fair amount of preparation in the summer before they start the courses. Please note that specific subjects have minimum grade requirements.
The A level subject options are as below. To see which combinations are possible, choose one subject from each column – it’s really that simple.
We also offer vocational courses (BTEC Nationals and OCR Cambridge Technicals) in Business, ICT and a double award (equivalent to two A levels) in Sport and Science, so whatever the career path they choose, we’ll have the tools to guide them there.
The Extended Project Qualification is offered from the spring term of Year 12. It is an optional dissertation or project based enterprise which equates to half an A level and demonstrates independent learning and research, project management and the critical use of resources.
Business - OCR Cambridge Technical
Design & Technology
ICT - OCR Cambridge Technical
Discover how Sport helped Jack integrate into the school, by representing OSH in first team rugby.Download Sports activities
Music at OSH still provides an excellent non-career choice for enthusiastic and able musicians – allowing them to develop self-discipline, teamwork, creativity and confidence, all of which will prove immensely valuable in later life.
Musicians at OSH have had the opportunity to represent the school at concert events in Barcelona and Venice, whilst the student-organised ‘Battle of the Bands’ still proves to be one of the most popular events on the school calendar. Our links with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Central England Ensemble mean that they won’t be short of opportunities to take their musicianship as far as they can.
Discover how Rohana embraced OSH’s thrilling and diverse academic programme and how becoming part of the OSH family has helped her to grow as a person.
We want to open our Sixth Formers’ eyes and minds to the world around them and for them to experience the world first-hand.
Discover some of the amazing trips we have pencilled in for the next academic year by downloading our list of excursions.Download Expeditions
Our next open day is on 6 May 2017 from
The deadline for registering for a 2018:
boarding places: 3 November 2017
day places is: 13 November 2017
If you need any further help or advice, please leave us your details and a member of the OSH admissions team will be in touch. Alternatively give us a call on 01384 817325 and we'll be happy to help.