Young Consumers of the Year Final 2017

Huge congratulations to our team of students who came second in the national finals of the Young Consumers of the Year competition hosted by the Trading Standards Institute. After a number of heats, quarter and semi-finals, the students went to Westminster to represent Wrotham and we are exceptionally proud of their performance. Congratulations to David Cole, Katya Ness, Katherine Stevens, Joe Lawton and Thomas Gadd.


2017 Destinations

We could not be more proud of our 2017 leavers – they’ve done incredibly well in their examinations and are off to bright and exciting futures. Check out our destinations page to see an infographic that explains where they are headed.

Apply for Wrotham 2017

Congratulations on receiving your examination results!

If you are looking for a sixth form place to start in September 2017, then please email Mrs Hollinshead on with a photograph of your exams result sheet. Our courses are all available to view on (although be aware there does seem to be an issue viewing the site today, Saturday 26th, due to maintenance/high demand).  Some courses do have a waiting list, so it’s advisable to contact us as soon as possible, and we will do our best to help you.

Year 12 (2017-18) Trips Letter

For students who will be in Year 12 for 2017/18. Please read this letter: Sixth Form Trips 2017 2018

Action needed: Please complete and return the permission slip and contribution, following the instructions on the letter.

Rather than ask for ad hoc contributions towards trips every few weeks we have planned the schedule of visits and activities which form part of the statutory careers information, advice, education and guidance (CIAEG) across year 12. These are the compulsory elements of the programmes of study in year 12.  They include, but are not limited to:

  • Skills Fest visit
  • UCAS exhibition
  • London day trip
  • Young drivers course
  • Barclays life skills
  • University visits
  • Pathway Careers events (CTM)

There will be other trips that do incur a cost from subject areas but these do not apply to every student and are therefore not included in this list.

We fund as much of this as possible and there are some events that have no cost but it is necessary to ask for a contribution of £40 per person. We hope you will agree with us that this is excellent value for money, given the volume and variety of opportunities. Should there be a surplus at the end of the year it will be refunded.

16-19 Bursary Applications Now Open

The information and application forms for the 2017-18 academic year are available now to download and complete.

Please make sure that you read the statement first because this explains the different levels of support available so that you know which you should be applying for.

When completed, please hand your application with supporting evidence to the finance office. We will endeavour to copy and return your evidence as soon as possible, but the earliest this will happen is September.