Prospectus & application

The current Prospectus includes all full course list and requirements for September 2020 Entry.

We are accepting late applications for 2020 Entry: Apply for 2020-2021

Applicants who have applied by the 6th December deadline will receive their interview details via email by 20th December.  If you have applied later than 6th December, you will receive your interview details in due course.  

Any queries in the meantime? Email us at


Key Dates

Open Evening     7th November 2019
Taster Day         14th November 2019
Interviews          January & February 2020
Offer letters        March 2020
Induction Day     1st July 2020
GCSE Results      20th August 2020
Enrolment Day    1st September 2020

Programme of Study

Students at All Hallows have a brilliant record of success. Through our broad yet exciting curriculum, we offer varied pathways and subject combinations so that students can study courses which help them to achieve their aspirations.

At All Hallows, students can choose from an extensive range of A Levels and BTECs (Level 3) as well as the Extended Project Qualification. Please refer to the Prospectus above for more detailed information. In addition to the formal subjects mentioned above, students will also study Core RE and engage in a range of timetabled ‘enrichment’.

We will work with you to ensure you select the right subjects, related to your academic strengths and desired career path, and we will continue to advise you in order to optimise your chances of success. This process starts in Year 11, where we interview you post-application to discuss your hopes and ambitions, and Enrolment in September of Year 12 will see you register onto appropriate qualifications. Please note that students are expected to achieve a minimum of five GCSEs (or equivalents) in order to study Level 3 qualifications at All Hallows.

A Levels

Students starting at The College in 2019 will choose three subjects to be studied throughout the two years, leading to final examinations at the end of the course. A minority of students may be given the opportunity to start on four A Levels with a view to reducing to three during the course of their studies.


BTECs are more practical, applied qualifications. Assessments consist of a mixture of coursework and exams. Each course is nationally recognised and offers an excellent route of progression to either higher education, employment or apprenticeships. Students are offered the opportunity to study all BTEC courses or a combination of BTEC and A Level. The emphasis is on finding the right combinations of courses whereby each student is set up to be successful and happy.

The Student Handbook 2019-20 will provide additional insight into College life.