Mulberry Stepney Green Sixth Form gives priority to students from Mulberry Stepney Green Maths, Computing & Science College but accepts student applications from other schools.
General arrangements and entry requirements
Mulberry Stepney Green Maths, Computing & Science College provides a full programme of study. Students are considered for entry provided they meet the course entry requirements. The individual subjects have their own specific criteria and students suitability for courses is decided at an admissions meeting with school staff. Students who do not fulfil the entry criteria for the chosen courses or subjects, or whose chosen post 16 pathway or course, cannot be accommodated by the school, are guided onto the most appropriate alternative courses or subjects.
All students are required to sign a learning agreement that outlines the commitment expected for successful study at post 16. Parents are also asked to sign the learning agreement.
Availability of places
There is capacity for a maximum total of 340 students in years 12 and 13, including external candidates. The number of places available to students is determined by taking into account the following:
- Availability of accommodation
- Availability of teaching and other resources
- Capacity of individual courses
- Curriculum balance across the School
- The popularity of subjects applied for (if there is a very low uptake for a particular course it may not be viable to run)
Applying for entry
Applications to Mulberry Stepney Green Maths, Computing & Science College must be made on the school’s application form and forwarded to the school. For external applicants this should be to the Head of Sixth Form.