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Sixth Form Entry

Sixth Form Entry

Intellectual curiosity and a love for learning characterise the ambitious young men who join our Sixth Form every year.


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Radley combines the best elements of the traditional all-boys boarding school system with an aspirational educational environment where each boy is encouraged and challenged in the pursuit of excellence. 

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Sixth Form Funded Places

There has never been a better time to be a Radley College Sixth Former in terms of success rates to elite universities across Maths, Sciences, Languages, Classics, English and the Humanities. 4 out of 5 leavers are going to their first choice universities with 89% going to Russell Group universities, or top Colleges abroad.  Further details can be found on our Universities and Careers page

We endeavour to train Sixth Formers in the ability to learn independently and encourage an excitement across the breadth of co-curricular opportunities and scholarly commitments. We welcome applications from the UK and around the world and there is a great opportunity for 2021 when we are looking for 20 to 25 new boys to join the Sixth Form.

The deadline for Sixth Form entry 2021 has now passed but late applications may be considered on consultation with the Registrar. 

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Vanessa Hammond
Vanessa Hammond
Arriving in 1994, eight and a half months pregnant, means I am unlikely to forget our first weeks at Radley! Since then I’ve been thoroughly involved in Radley life, not least twelve years in G Social where my husband was Tutor. My career began in sports marketing, then to schools' fundraising and marketing, but, as a keen golfer, the view of Radley’s 8th hole is certainly the best I’ve ever had from a desk.
Harry Hammond
Harry Hammond
Senior Master
I came to Radley in 1994 to run the Chemistry Department. This was followed by twelve very happy years as G Social Tutor. When we moved out of the Social in 2010 we had a wonderful sabbatical, including a month teaching in Madagascar, before taking up our new roles: I became Head of Co-Curricular activities and my wife, Vanessa, took over as Registrar. In 2015 I became Head of External Affairs; which involves an overview of Admissions as well as a consideration of everything to do with Radley in the outside world. We have two grown up daughters – Georgina and Lucy – and lots of family in Norfolk, where both our families have lived for generations. We play a lot of golf in the holidays, enjoy beautiful walks on the Norfolk beaches with Nutmeg, the yellow Labrador, and I watch as much of Arsenal FC as I can.