Welcome to Littleover Community School Sixth Form and thank you for visiting our website. The Sixth Form was rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted in both of their most recent inspections when it was part of the highly successful Millennium Centre Post 16 Partnership along with Derby Moor Community Sports College.
In September 2013 this partnership came to an end to enable Littleover Community School to deliver its own sixth form courses independently. This coincided with the opening of a brand new, purpose built sixth form centre. We have a reputation for academic excellence with students performing considerably higher than national averages year after year.
Approximately 95% of our students go on to study at university having completed a range of AS and A level subjects. While we are proud of our high academic standards, we also recognise the importance of providing students with an enjoyable and enriching experience throughout their time in the Sixth Form. We offer a wide range of enrichment sessions in addition to a detailed tutorial programme designed to broaden the experiences of students, develop students as well rounded individuals and prepare them thoroughly for life at university and beyond.
For more information about the Sixth Form and what we offer please look at our current prospectus. If you would prefer a paper copy of the prospectus then please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to email or post one to you.
You can download a copy of the LCS Sixth Form Prospectus below:
Please note: the previously planned Sixth Form Open Evening has been made a virtual event due to COVID-19. The information will now be made available online.
LCS Sixth Form Applications
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Applying for places at Sixth Form
Littleover Community School Sixth Form offers a wide range of AS and A Level courses. We usually aim to recruit approximately 175 students into Year 12 and we welcome applications from students who have studied their GCSEs in other schools. In a typical year approximately 60 students will be from schools other than Littleover Community School and all applications are considered on an equal basis.
Applications should be made via our on-line application form, available on the school website. Applications typically open after the Sixth Form Open Evening in mid-October and close at the end of the first week in December.
The minimum entry criteria for Littleover Community School Sixth Form is Maths and English Language graded 5 or above and at least 3 other GCSE's graded 5 or above, students must also achieve a grade 6 or above in subjects that they wish to study at A Level. Where students plan to study subjects that they have not studied at GCSE level it is expected that they achieve grade 9-6 in subjects that have a similar skill set. Students wishing to study Further Maths must have an 8 or 9 in GCSE Maths and students wishing to study Maths must be graded 7-9 in GCSE Maths. Students who wish to study A Level Physics, Chemistry or Biology must have a grade 9-6 in GCSE Maths, as well as in the relevant Science GCSE.
Students joining us from schools other than Littleover will be required to provide evidence of their GCSE grades in the form of GCSE certificates or official results notification documents from their current school. Places in the Sixth Form will only be confirmed once this evidence has been received and students who fail to declare their GCSE results accurately will be refused places, or removed from roll.
More information can be found in the LCS Sixth Form Prospectus and other areas of the website under the "Sixth Form" heading.
Below is a document outlining the A Level option blocks in order to help students make their subject choices.
Our online Application Form will be available from 4:00pm on Thursday 21st October.
NOTE: The deadline for applications is 4pm on Friday 3rd December.
The Sixth Form Virtual Open Evening presentations can be found using the link below:
These will be available on the LCS website from this point to view at your leisure.
Mr R Archer (Head of Sixth Form)