'Leadership of the Sixth Form is outstanding. Leaders know students very well and share in students' successes.' Ofsted 2017
Summer 2017 Examination News - Outstanding A Level Results!
Champions of High Achievement
In Summer 2017 we achieved our best ever A Level results with some exceptional individual performances including 2 students securing places at Oxford University and 5 going on to study Medicine.
Jacob Lundie-Fallon & Louise Guillaume 8A*s between them at A Level! Jacob will be stuyding Medicine at Oxford University & Louise will be reading Geology at Imperial College London.
Esther Agbolade's excellent grades have allowed her to read Philosophy, Politics & Economics at Oxford University!
Ceyda Faik Yildrim will be studying Chemistry at Birmingham University. Arbi Hasanaj will be reading Medicine at Nottingham University.
Niamh Bernard Branton will be using her impressive A/A grades to study Psychology at Southampton University. Amunet Boafo's A*/A grades have enabled her to study Spanish & Japanese at Manchester University.
For further information regarding our Sixth Form Achievements, please click here.
Our Sixth Form
Kingsdale Foundation School Sixth Form is a specialist selective provision situated in the heart of Dulwich. Sixth form students study a range of traditional and innovative courses in preparation for admission to top universities, further or higher education or training in the United Kingdom, Europe or the United States of America. Access to each pathway and course is determined by individual student attainment at Key Stage 4.
'Students are dedicated to their learning and keen to support one another. Students' independent learning skills are exceptional.' Ofsted 2017
Scholarships in Mathematics, the Creative and Expressive Arts are made available to applicants who meet our entry requirements and show the necessary aptitude. Scholarships continue to be paid at a nominal rate of £1,000 per annum.
Kingsdale acknowledges the importance of student choice and students meeting the entry requirements are given a unique opportunity with their parents to speak with and to express a preference for the members of staff allocated to teach their chosen subjects. All courses are taught by a minimum of two highly qualified members of staff with a track record of success.