Sixth Form Applications
If you are interested in applying for your child to enter Sixth Form at Al Hamra please do not complete the application form yet. In the first instance please could you please contact the Sixth Form admissions team by email: email@example.com
Once you receive a conditional offer for Y12 from us via email we require:
- A completed online Application Form - please read the information below before completing the form and look at our admissions policy for more information.
- Whilst completing the application you will be requested to upload the following documents;
- Student’s passport
- Student’s most recent school/nursery report
- A completed medical form
- Health and/or psychological reports (for students with medical issues and Special Educational Needs)
- Receipt of payment of the application fee of SR525.
All documents must be in English. Documents in other languages must be translated into English by an approved legal translation office. A copy of both the original and translation must be provided.
Your application will be reviewed and we will send you a written response via email regarding the status of your application and the next steps. Students applying to the school will be invited for an assessment only when a place becomes available either on roll or within waitlist parameters.
The school reserves the right to decline any application.
Please note that we will only consider student’s entries for year 12 before the end of the first term. Also be aware that the option choices may be limited as classes may be already close to full capacity. If your child is part way through an A Level course it is unwise to move unless they will be continuing with the same syllabuses. Again, it is very, very important to contact the school and seek advice from the Head of Senior. In some instances, it will not be possible for students to continue with the same subjects as classes may be full, or subjects may clash on the school timetable. Schools construct timetables based on student demand for subjects so what is possible in one school may not be possible in another. A further problem is syllabuses followed at BISR (AQA, EdExcel and CIE) may be very different from those that the student has followed in the UK. Please see the detailed A Level information here