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The aim of the Sixth Form at LPGS is to provide a high quality Post-16 education which will enable you to reach the best possible standards of achievement in both academic and personal development.

High expectations, strong teaching and excellent relationships are key features of our Sixth Form. We wish all those entering the Sixth Form to make an informed, sensible decision about their next step.

Our Co-Educational Sixth Form is vibrant, diverse, successful and growing. Nearly three quarters of students from Year 11 choose to stay on because they have discovered that our supportive staff and friendly atmosphere, combined with challenging expectations and high standards, will guarantee future success.

We also welcome many students from other schools who will tell you in their own words, they are convinced they have made the best choice.


Welcome to Langley Park School for Girls Co-educational Sixth Form. It is our pleasure to introduce you to this outstanding community and we are delighted that you are considering our school as the next step in your education. 

We can both agree to have personally experienced a warm and welcoming transition when we joined LPGS, one as a Year 7 student and the other, enrolling into the Sixth Form at the start of Year 12. We have had many inspiring and rewarding experiences during our time here. Not only does LPGS strive for academic excellence through enjoyable and informative lessons, but the staff also make students feel safe and valued. They are committed to providing opportunities that will shape well-rounded and open-minded young people through offering a range of enriching activities in addition to the standard curriculum. 

Whenever we have needed academic, social or emotional support, there has always been someone on hand, happy and willing to help. We hope that you can find the key information that you are looking for on this website and that, once you have begun your Langley journey, it is as amazing as ours has been. 

Ellie – Biology, Maths & Law                 Giovanni - Biology, Chemistry & Maths


"Choosing Langley Girls for A levels for our daughter has been the best decision we could have made."

Sixth Form parent

Matching and Exceeding Expectations

We will work with you to ensure that you achieve your potential. We add value to our students’ results, and this is why LPGS has consistently been in the top third of similar schools and college Sixth Forms when measured by value added.


Sixth Form Entry Requirements

There are a wide range of Sixth Form courses available in both A-Level and vocational.

These require a general GCSE average points score (APS) of:

APS Score

Programme of Study


  •          Eligible for 4 A-Levels or;
  •          3 A-Levels + Extended Project Qualification

Please note that this is not compulsory


  •          3 A-Levels


  •          2 A-Levels + 1 Vocational qualification (Single BTEC/CTEC or Diploma)


  •          Triple Vocational Qualification (for instance Art & Design) or;
  •          Double Vocational qualification + Single Vocational or;
  •          Double Vocational qualification + 1 A-Level


This is taken from the best 8 grades and must include English and Maths.

In addition to study A-Levels you must meet the specific subjects own GCSE requirement.

Both the general and specific requirements must be met.


What you can expect from the LPGS Co-Educational Sixth Form

As a student here you can expect:

  • A large Sixth Form community within the school
  • A wide range of courses: A-Level and Vocational Level 3 as well as a range of enrichment opportunities
  • Excellent academic teaching and expectations; 99% pass rate at A-Level, and nearly 59% at A* - B
  • A pleasant learning environment with a dedicated Sixth Form base and excellent Library and ICT facilities
  • A balance of supervised and individual study time
  • A structured tutorial programme including regular academic monitoring and target setting by tutors and senior staff
  • Daily contact with your Form Tutor who will be on hand to offer advice on all aspects of academic and non-academic achievement, including the preparation and early completion of university applications
  • Regular reports to parents and carers

Deadline for applications was Friday 3th March 2023. 


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