Congratulations if you hold a conditional offer! (if you don’t you can still apply)
Below, you can find all the information you need about when to enrol, what to do once you have your grades, our GCSE helpline and what you should do if you are not here for your appointment.
ONCE YOU HAVE YOUR GCSE RESULTS
Check that you have the grades for the appropriate level of course(s) you wish to study at SFX (details of these are in the prospectus and here).
A: If you have the required grades:
You will need to come and enrol at the time included in the letter you should have received. Please email email@example.com if you have not received this.
B: If you don’t have the required grades:
- If you already hold a conditional offer please try not to worry and come to your enrolment appointment when we will confirm what course(s) you can enrol onto. or you can call the GSCE helpline, details below.
- If you haven’t yet applied please make an application then you may come into the College and report to reception on Monday 4th September between 11am and 2pm when a member of the admissions team will see you as soon as possible. Please bring with you – your GSCE grades, a copy of your passport or ID, £50 for your ICT fee and a school reference – you will not be able to progress to enrol without these.
- If you have already applied but don’t yet hold an offer OR have not yet had an interview please come into the College and report to reception on Monday 4th September between 11am and 2pm and a member of the admissions team will see you as soon as possible. Please bring with you the documents listed earlier.
Please still attend enrolment where you will receive appropriate advice regarding the best course to follow. You still hold a conditional offer and we will do our best to find a course that is suitable for you. Or you can call the helpline:
Full lessons will start on Monday 11th September, and there will be an important new student Induction day on Thursday 7th September.
To bring with you on your enrolment day
- A letter you have received with your student number on it
- Your GCSE (or equivalent) results slips/certificates including any sat in year 9 or 10
- Nationality document(s)
- £50 ICT package fee (cash, cheque or card).
- INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS please bring your certificates and a translation of your qualifications to the equivalent grades at GCSE (we will not be able to enrol you unless you have these)
Student enrolment guide
Please download the Student Enrolment Information Guide 2017 for full details of the day.
If you are unable to attend enrolment.
We may not be able to hold your place open so:
- It is very important that you nominate someone else to come along and enrol for you. This could be a family member or reliable friend.
- They must arrive between 3pm – 4pm on the day of your appointment.
FOR NEW STUDENTS TRANSFERRING TO SFX AND ENROLLING ONTO YEAR 13
You must come to enrol on the following date:
- Date: Monday 4th September 2017
- Time: 1.30-4pm
We can’t guarantee that your year 12 studies will match up to ours, so in order for us to check and ensure that you are able to continue your studies with us, you must also bring with you the following documents/details:
- Your final grades for yr 12 (AS or UAL/BTEC results)
- Your GCSE or year 11 grades
- A full list of units you have covered on each of your course(s)
- The relevant nationality documents as stated in your enrolment appointment letter
- Your original enrolment letter (or your letter dated August 2016)
SFX CURRENT STUDENTS TRANSFERRING ONTO YEAR 2 or 3
If you haven’t already enrolled in July, you must come to enrol on Monday 4th September.
If you are a Level 3, Year 2 Student and you enrolled in July, and have NO CHANGES to make to your enrolment then you do not need to come in to College until Friday 8th September at 9.30am.
If you are a Level 3, Year 2 student and you have NOT yet re-enrolled then your last opportunity to do so is on Tuesday 5th September from 9.30am.
- Thursday 7th September – new students ‘Induction’ to the College
- Monday 11th September – Timetabled lessons begin. There will be a team of careers tutors and senior staff available if you need advice.