by J Smith


WG6 Induction Tasks

August 22, 2014 in Front Page News by J Smith

Please find below the documents you need for your subjects induction task here at WG6.


 2014-2015 WG6 Induction tasks


Applied ICT

Applied Science



Business Studies

Chemistry AS 

Classical Civilisation

Drama and Theatre studies



English WGSB

English WGSG



Government and Politics



Health and Social Care




Media Studies


Music Technology

PE (Year 12)

Philosophy and Ethics


Physics WGSB

Physics WGSG


Resistant Materials



Sports BTEC

Systems and Controls


by J Smith


WG6 Late Application

August 21, 2014 in Front Page News by J Smith

WG6 Late Application Information 2014

Upon receiving your GCSE results on Thursday 21st August if you meet our entry requirements, please download and complete a late application form and reference form from either the WGSB/WGSG/WG6 websites and post them to the WGSG site (WGSG, Wilmington Grange, Parsons Lane, Wilmington, Kent, DA2 7BB). Both forms must be completed.

We will then process your application in the order it is received and by applying the oversubscription criteria. You will be informed if we have any vacancies for places as soon as possible, aiming to be before Monday 8th September 2014.

Applications can be handed in at Reception at the WGSG site or sent in by post, please make sure it is clearly marked “WG6 LATE APPLICATION”.


Please note we do NOT accept applications for any external students who are looking to repeat Year 12.

Late Applications

WG6 is currently oversubscribed, if you would still like to make a late application, please complete the forms below and send them by post to the WGSG site (Parsons Lane) – we will contact you if we are able to offer you a place.


Thank you

WG6 Late Application Form

WG6 Reference Form


Induction Day

July 4, 2014 in Front Page News by Miss A Stewart

Last week WG6 hosted their annual Induction Days. Over 400 students attended the 2 day induction where they got a taste of a  form time activity, met fellow students and chatted to tutors. Students could chose 4 subjects that they wished to study at WG6 in September and had the opportunity to attend taster sessions in all of these subjects and meet their prospective teachers. The students (and teachers!)had the chance to enjoy the sunshine socialise over drinks and doughnuts last Friday afternoon. Our new prefect team were an asset to WG6 as they helped to organise the day and assisted the prospective students in finding their way around. It was a fantastic day with an excellent turnout. We hope to see many of the students here again in September.

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July 2, 2014 in Front Page News by Miss A Stewart

Well done to the sixth form relay team who won the 400m relay race against WGSG staff on Sports Day last week. Congratulations goes to these students for their sterling efforts and great team spirit.


by J Smith


16+ Travel Cards

June 30, 2014 in Front Page News, Transport by J Smith

16+ Travel Card

Application forms for the above are available at:

Once you have download the form, complete it and bring it into school with an up to date passport sized photo, and payment to the 6th form office (make sure this is the site that dealt with your WG6 application).

The total cost for a pass from September is £400.00.

If students do not wish to pay in full then they can pay 50% – £200.00 on application and then the remaining by instalments of £28.50 x 6 and an initial instalment of £29.00 in September.

Standing order forms to be obtained by 6th from office, completed and handed in with application form.

For those who are paying by installments and applying through WGSB please download the standing order form. (Standing Order Form) (Application form)

For those who are paying by installments and applying through WGSG please download the standing order form. (Standing Order Form(Application form)


Kent Parent Partnership Service

May 7, 2014 in Front Page News by Miss A Stewart

This service offers impartial advice and support to parents with children with SEN. KPPS aim to empower parents and families of children with SEN to be confident to take an active an informed role in their child’s education and development.

For more information click here


Free University Taster Courses

March 14, 2014 in Front Page News by Miss A Stewart

The document below has a list of free university taster courses which still have places available at Universities in and around London.

Places are allocated on a first-come first-served basis for the majority of the taster courses so please ask your students to apply as soon as possible by following the relevant link below or via the website

Free University Taster Courses


Apprenticeship news

February 12, 2014 in Front Page News, Uncategorized by Mrs A McAllister

The rise of apprenticeships

The Telegraph has reported on new figures, released by the National Apprenticeship Service, revealing that the number of teenagers opting to do an apprenticeship has reached a record high. And the statistics suggest that females are the reason for this increase in demand.

In 2013, between August and October, a total of 461,530 teenagers applied for on-the-job training compared to 263,072 in 2012. Females accounted for 216,100 of those applications, an increase of 55% on the previous year.

This rise in demand for on-the-job training has resulted in an average of 12 applicants for every 1 apprenticeship vacancy – making a once unpopular career path choice now very competitive. In some market sectors such as education (classroom assistant, for example) an average of 27 applications are received for every 1 vacancy.

But yet there are also reports that despite the high demand and obvious advantages of being an apprentice some still shun that career path.  Some teenagers are still being told they are “too clever” to choose vocational further education.

Chief executive of Edge, Jan Hodges argues: “The stigma attached to vocational learning is old-fashioned and unjust.”

As you will see from the link above there is also the question of cost – a young person on vocational learning who is undertaking an apprenticeship will be paid.  Maybe not much, but they will be paid, rather than be running up the debts associated with university study.  You have to decide what’s right for you.


The Careers Convention

February 11, 2014 in Front Page News by Miss A Stewart

The Careers Convention – Reece Cranston, Tom Newcomb and Sam Verrier

On the 30th January WG6 hosted a careers convention at the Girl’s site. Many Universities and colleges were present to give students information about courses and entry requirements. We also had people from the Army and organisations such as KATO here to give students information for students who are not looking to going to University and would prefer another option such as an Apprenticeship. Talks were also given by these organisations to students who were enthusiastic to learn more about a specific area. Overall the day was very successful as students who made the most of it learnt more about possible options for their future and how these can be achieved.


Some of your favourite talks were:

  • Applying for Uni
  • Taking a gap year
  • A career in the RAF
  • KATO
  • BPP
  • Apprenticeships

Oxford and Cambridge University Trips

February 11, 2014 in Front Page News by Miss A Stewart

Oxford and Cambridge University Trips – Reece Cranston, Tom Newcomb and Sam Verrier

In the last month, the Aspire students went on two separate trips to the University of Oxford and   the University of Cambridge. In Cambridge they walked around Queens’ College and on the Oxford visit they went to around St Hughes College. At both Colleges they had the opportunity to speak to students  about the entry requirements and the activities that take place there. After this they were given the opportunity to explore both sites.

OxbridgeVisit Website