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When can I enrol for Sixth Form/Post 16 at The Rosedale Hewens Academy Trust?

Between 11:30am – 1:00pm

When will I be seen?

  • Students who received conditional offers from the Trust and attended the Trust’s Bridging Week will be given first priority for enrolment meetings.
  • Students who received conditional offers from the Trust but did not attend the Trust’s Bridging Week will be given second priority.
  • Students who did not receive conditional offers and/or did not apply to the Trust’s Post 16 will be given third priority. 


You will only be seen if you meet the Trust’s general entry requirements. In this case, you will need to go to Reception to collect a numbered ticket. This will place you in the Enrolment Queue. You will be seen according to your number in the queue, and when your number is called.


Where do I go to Enrol at the Trust for Sixth Form/Post 16?

Rosedale College Reception – Meeting Room.

What do I need to bring with me to the Enrolment Meeting?

You will need to bring your results envelope and all of your results sheets. There will be one sheet per exam board.

Where will I be seen, and by whom?

You will meet with Miss Patel, Dr Nightingale, Mr Adams and Mr Downes in the Rosedale College Meeting Room. It is a secure and private space for you to formally discuss your enrolment options.

Miss Patel: Director of Post 16

Dr Nightingale: Senior Post 16 Teacher and UCAS Lead

Mr Adams: Post 16 Mentor

Mr Downes: Post 16 Teacher (A Level and BTEC)

How long will the meeting be?

The meeting will take approximately 10 minutes.

Can I attend the Enrolment Meeting with someone, like a parent, guardian, sibling or a friend?

You can attend your Enrolment Meeting with someone if you would prefer this. You can also attend the Meeting on your own.

What will I be asked in the meeting?

In the meeting, we will discuss your results and compare them against the Trust’s general and subject-specific entry requirements. We will also look at your attendance, behaviour and teacher comments via the printed report you will bring with you, in order to see how suitable you are for Post 16 study at the Trust. We will then discuss your intended pathway, the trajectory you see yourself on for the next two years, and the commitment you want to make to the Trust.

What will the outcome of the meeting be?

If you are successful, you will be sent an official enrolment e-mail which will confirm your place, your subjects and will include all necessary enrolment and induction information.

If you are unsuccessful, you will be given appropriate information, advice and guidance on the best alternative provision for you. You should then make your way to the schools and/or colleges recommended to you so you can enrol on courses suitable for you.