Churchill Academy


Information for Students

UCAS Procedure - Student Guide

UCAS - Guidelines for Completing online application

UCAS Website Link

UCAS Course Search Link

UCAS Application Guide


If you are not sure if university is for you then CLICK HERE to start looking at some of the alternative options available to you.

Apprenticeship Information

Gap Year Information

Information for Parents

UCAS Website Link - Advice for Parents & Guardians
UCAS Guide for Parents/Guardians and Carers - Everything you need to support your child with their higher education choices

Higher Education Information Evening for parents/carers of Year 12 students
Wednesday 19 June 2019 at 6.00pm

Resources from last year's Information Evening:
Presentation from Churchill Sixth Form  
Presentation from University of South Wales

Student Finance 2020/21

Going to university?  You can get student finance to help pay for your costs while studying. There's lots of financial help available so take a look at the links below to find out more. 

Quick Start Guide to Student Finance
Student Finance Overview 
Student Finance Explained - click here to access a series of short videos on Student Finance
How to Apply - click here for details on how to apply for Student Finance
Parents/Carers Guide to Student Finance

Remember - you don’t need a confirmed place at university to apply.  Apply with your preferred choice, you can change details later if necessary.

Applications for student finance can take up to 6 weeks to process.  To ensure funds are in place for the start of your course. the deadline for applying is 22 May 2020 so apply NOW!

For more information or to apply for student finance go to

Information for University Admissions - 2019 Entry

2017-19 Cohort
The Post 16 offer at Churchill Academy & Sixth Form is an academic pathway consisting of mainly A level subjects with a few vocational options. The Academy offers a broad range of A levels (see below) allowing students to create a personalised pathway in subjects that support their interests and ambitions.   Our 2017-19  cohort study a standard programme of three linear subjects over two years, with additional options of a fourth subject (for one or two years) or an EPQ or a non-qualification Study Skills programme.  

Subjects offered at Churchill Sixth Form

(A Level unless stated)

Applied Science IT (CTEC)
Art & Design Law
Art Textiles Mathematics
Biology Media Studies
Business Studies Music
Chemistry Music Technology
Economics Performing Arts (CTEC)
English Language Philosophy & Ethics
English Literature Photography
Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) Physical Education
French Physics
Further Mathematics Product Design
Geography Psychology
Government & Politics Sociology
Health & Social Care (BTEC) Spanish