26th March 2020

The following extract from www.ucas.com will be of help: 

What does this mean for your application? 

We are working with universities and colleges and the Government to support you in these unprecedented times.  The Government has asked universities to stop making unconditional offers or amending existing offers for two weeks. This is because they’re worried you’ll feel pressured to accept these offers over others you might be better suited to. Our advice to students who have received an unconditional offer is always to consider whether this is the right provider and course for you, before you make any decision.    

To give you time to make your decisions – and to understand more about how qualifications will be awarded this summer, we’ve extended our May’s offer deadline for UCAS Undergraduate applicants. 

If you’re affected by this extension, we’ll email you your new decision deadline once it’s set.   

During this time, it’s important to remember that places are not decided on grades alone. Information in your personal statement and reference are part of the decision-making process along with your interview, portfolio, audition, and any other information that’s relevant to your potential to succeed on an undergraduate course.  

At UCAS, we will continue to support you through the application process and keep you up-to-date as more announcements are made.

Upcoming Events

22 Jun

St Thomas More (M House ) Feast Day Assembly

All Day
29 Jun

Music Tour Yrs 7-13 Boppard, Germany -CANCELLED

29 June, 2020 – 2 July, 2020
06 Jul

Year 12 Enrichment Week

6 July, 2020 – 10 July, 2020
08 Jul

Nicky Morris (Girls Only) at Wodson Park

All Day