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Thank you Mrs Adebiyi for leading our students through a 2nd consecutive schools chess♟️ competition WIN🏆! This comp consisted of the finest chess masterminds from all year groups from 5 different schools! Well done for winning yet another year! 💎🔵


Our Geography department would be super proud of these responsible year 10s caught revising during their lunch break! 💎🔵🌎🗺️


Students preparing for the inter-schools Chess competition 2024♟️!We wish you all the best brothers!!!💎🔵


💎Prizes claimed!!!🔵


Congrats to our Chelsea in the green vest💚Essex Schools County Champ in the 75m Hurdles🥇 This qualifies her to represent Essex in the English Schools National Finals held at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham later this year😱. A great job Chelsea!!! 💎🔵


Our year 7 boys are now double champions!!! 🏆🏆They won 4-3 in the Harris cup finals at training ground! What an experience this was for the young boys! 💎🔵


Since April 2024, the Thurrock food bank have distributed a whopping 1,606 food parcels to their Thurrock clients!746 of them being children💚The demand is still very high, they need more of the below items.Please use this code to support where you can💚


We can't for this fantastic event happening in the community! Lots of food and fun 😋


Loved this 🤩⚽


Winning moment when our Rose Ellingford & her team, the Chelmsford Rattlesnakes travelled to Sheffield to take part in the WNIHL National Playoffs as the winners of the South League! They won 2-1 to be crowned👑 the EIHA National Playoff Champions🏆 💎🔵


We're incredibly proud of this HACH crusader! Miss Casey competed at the Acrobatic National Championships last weekend - representing the East Region! Surrounded by talented by several contestants, her group came 5th in the UK!!! 💎🔵


This young lady is destined to represent GB🇬🇧 at this rate!!! 🏃🏽‍♀️💨 A full bag of Jolly ranchers🍬 for you! 💎🔵


Our young boys scoring on and off the pitch! Thank you Mr Jerden! 💎🔵


Our students are known for their jaw dropping progress scores in assessments, GCSE's, A levels etc✨. Sports is another domain our young crusaders do not shy away from! Well done ladies & !!! 💎🔵🤩


Mr Doherty often takes a group of students through some reading/completion of a novel📚. Our wonderful students earn a book of their choice from & a milkshake for enduring his narration 😅 💎🔵


1st day back from half-term is over✨! It was lovely seeing students & staff back after a week off! A massive good luck to our year 11s & 13s who resume their exam & coursework schedule! 💎🔵


We want to dedicate our 1st tweet of the week to you all who support us💙!!! Parents, the Chafford community & of course our amazing staffing body! 🔵💎


Well this was a marvelous fun afFAIR🥳! Our senior students (6th form) sealed the ending of their course via way of a tuck shop for KS3 & 4, FIFA tournaments, juice and drink🥛 area and more!!!


Good luck to our Year 11s and Year 13s as we enter the examination season! 💙💎

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Entrance Requirements and Applications

Courses and Entry Requirements 

At the Harris Academy Chafford Hundred Sixth Form we offer a range of Level 3 qualifications. Typically, students will follow a 3 A Level or an A Level and Vocational Level 3 combination of subjects, student must Include at least one ALevel in their subject choices.  Students who take Further Mathematics will take this as a fourth subject. Our entry requirements are in two stages. 

  • Stage One: You must have an Attainment 8 score of 50 & at least a 4 in Mathematics and a 5 in English Language or Literature.  

  • Stage Two: You must meet the individual subject requirements.  

Attainment 8 is an average GCSE performance score that places particular importance on Maths, English and a selection of academic subjects.  

Places at enrolment in August will be allocated according to the over-subscription prioritisation criteria in the order set out below:  

  1. Looked after and former looked after young people. 

  1. Internal candidates that meet entry requirements based on original option choices;  

  1. External candidates that meet entry requirements based on original option choices;  

  1. All remaining candidates will be allocated places in descending rank order of their average GCSE points score (including English and Mathematics) 

  1. Proximity – distance to the School as measured in a straight line from the student’s home address to the School. Those who live nearer will be given higher priority. “Home Address” is the address at which the student should live permanently and full-time as the principal residence.  

Enrolment of all students in to the Sixth Form is at the discretion of the Principal who will take into account the student’s most recent academic results and any information relating to prior conduct and behaviour. Enrolment from the age of 17/18 is at the discretion of the Principal who will take into account the student’s most recent academic results and any information relating to prior conduct and behaviour. In most cases, students will only be accepted. 

Option Blocks and Entrance Requirements