Sixth Form Destinations

Many of our Sixth Form students go on to study at university. The following list details the destinations of our Year 13 students who left last summer:

  • University Places
    Anglia RuskinBusiness Management
    Anglia RuskinEducation Studies
    University of BedfordshireHealth Psychology
    University of BournemouthBusiness and Management
    University of BrightonPhysical Education with QTS Secondary
    University of BrightonPrimary Education with QTS
    University Canterbury ChristchurchPsychology with Health Studies
    University of ChichesterPhysical Education and Sports Coaching
    University of Creative ArtsFashion Design
    University of DerbyPolitics and Sociology
    University of EssexPsychology
    University of GreenwichDrama and English Literature
    University of GreenwichBusiness with Law
    University of GreenwichCreative Digital Media
    Goldsmith University of LondonSocial Work
    University of KentHealth and Social Care
    University of KingstonBio Medical Science
    London Metropolitan UniversityDesign
    University of NorthamptonOccupational Therapy
    University of NorthamptonPsychology with Health Studies
    Queen Mary University LondonAccounting and Finance
    University of SouthamptonAccounting and Finance
    University of SurreyBusiness
  • Higher Apprenticeships
    ComputingLondon and Essex
    BusinessLondon and Essex
    FinanceLondon
    Human ResourcesLondon
    NHS NursingBasildon and Southend on Sea
    BankingSouthend on Sea and London
    EngineeringSouthend on Sea
  • Apprenticeships
    PlumbingAll areas
    Motor mechanicsSouthend on Sea
    ConstructionAll areas
    Child careSouthend on Sea/Leigh on Sea
    Business AdministrationAll areas
    TattooingSouthend on Sea
  • Employment
    BankingSouthend on Sea/London
    Police ForceAll areas
    BeautySouthend on Sea/Leigh on Sea/London
    HairdressingSouthend on Sea/Leigh on Sea
    RetailSouthend on Sea/Leigh on Sea
    ChildcareAll areas
    Business AdministrationAll areas
Students are supported to make appropriate curriculum choices through highly effective guidance that focuses on their talents, interests and aspirations.
Ofsted - 2018

Sixth Form Success

See what our past students say:

  • Suba - Adult Nursing - University of Essex

    "Chase High has been a major part of my life having attended from Year 7 all the way through Sixth Form. It has given me the opportunity to grow as an individual, build my confidence and make life long friendship groups. We were taught with the idea that target grades were not just something to be met but in fact going beyond what is required and exceeding it. The teachers have immense faith in their students as one teacher liked to call us the 'crème de la crème.' Additionally, the Sixth Form has helped me to open my mind as I dismissed the prospect of going to university completely when I first enrolled. However, with the support and encouragement from teachers I am now studying Adult Nursing at the University of Essex. I am thoroughly enjoying it and can not wait to be put on work placement this January."

  • Gold - Business Studies - Angia Ruskin University

    "Being a previous student at Chase, both the students, staff as well as the environment helped me develop a positive attitude towards my studies, life, and above all I discovered more about myself. The teachers at Chase High are very caring and are interested in a student’s well-being. They make sure every class is educational, motivational, inspirational, fun and interactive. I have always felt that I was so lucky to be a student at Chase High Sixth Form and not any other, be it private or public school. Achieving my Level 3 in Business enabled me to gain a placement at Anglia Ruskin to study a degree in Business".

  • Danielle - English - University of Greenwich

    "Coming into this academic year I felt deeply frustrated from my previous experience in further education at local grammar sixth form. Within a week of starting last September I felt fully embraced by not only students of my age and similar academic position but everyone across year 12 and 13. The sixth form staff demonstrated incredible professionalism and organisation in incorporating me, a Year 13 resit student, into their classes. Pastoral and Head leadership from Mrs Krusche and Mr Perrotton was of a standard far beyond the care I've received before - their dedication to tailoring my timetable, teaching support and extracurricular academic ventures (including meeting my early UCAS deadline, applying and sitting various entrance exams, and providing support for me to intend my university interviews) has led to a huge increase in my own confidence, happiness and importantly academic performance."

  • Harrison - Media Studies Diploma - Southend College

    "Harrison had a fantastic experience at Chase High, academically and socially. He always looked forward to going in, he had a lovely group of friends and a wonderful carer. His classmates fully accepted him and he enjoyed their company. The teachers went out of their way to ensure he reached his full potential. Harrison left Chase with GCSEs in Maths and English, BTECs in ICT, Media and Games Development. He actually had enough UCAS points to go to University, but chose to do another BTEC first, at college. Harrison would never have achieved such great results if he had remained in the special school.

    He was lucky to have a carer who went beyond what was expected of her, to make sure that he pushed himself and achieved great results. All the staff at Chase, the office workers, the canteen staff, the teachers, the carers and the senior team all welcomed Harrison and continued fantastic support for the entire time he was there. He really did not want to leave."

Notice
Start of Autumn Term 2020
Our first priority when students return is to help them feel safe in the school environment and re-establish strong routines in terms of learning and expectations. The government has provided guidelines recently that we will take on board to ensure that there is a broad, balanced and engaging curriculum for the whole school community. We will ensure that gaps in learning are addressed over the course of the academic year and that a gradual acceleration of learning will mean no pupil is disadvantaged. Our plans at the moment include a staggered start to the term to allow for a smooth integration to the school timetable as well as establish new routines in a measured approach. Please see our Letters to Parents for more information regarding the staggered start to the new term.