Moving On

University Open Days

Students are encouraged to visit university open days to explore for themselves what type of university might suit them and what courses are on offer. Please use the link to view the dates for open days for universities in the UK. Students who wish to visit university open days during term time will be authorised to do so for a maximum of two days in an academic year.

Search for an Open Day

UCAS Support

Students wishing to study at university in the UK will apply through the University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). This process involves the student completing an online application form, a personal statement and the inclusion of teacher references. Support with the writing of personal statements can be found at the link to the UCAS website.


UCAS Undergraduate Personal Statement Guidance

Grant Fairy

There are a number of scholarships and grants available to ease the burden of the cost of studying at university. Grant Fairy assists students in searching for scholarships, bursaries and grants.

Grant Fairy

Medispot Innovation Grant

The Medicspot Innovation Grant awards £500 to UK students going on to study a degree related to health, medicine, nursing or life sciences. Applications must be submitted online by 31 March each year. 

Medic Spot

Alternatives to university

University is not for everyone and at JCS we are able to support students who feel they would like to pursue and apprenticeship or another work based training scheme.

Not Going To Uni

Apprenticeship Support 

Student Voice

Our students are integral to the development and growth of the Sixth Form and listening to student voice is an important part of ensuring that the Sixth Form is vibrant and exciting, challenging and aspirational. Students sit on a Sixth Form Council and all students complete a termly online survey, allowing and encouraging them to reflect and share their ideas for improvement.

Student Leadership

The Head Student Team are well respected throughout the school and represent the Sixth Form and wider school both within school and by participating in local community events too. The team is made up of Head Boy and Head Girl and their two Deputies.
Other opportunities for leadership exist through the House system and opportunities to attend events such as ‘Big Bang@Bucks’ STEM event, where our students led science activities for local KS3 students.


We are excited to keep in touch with our leavers and ask to be able to contact alumni once a year to receive and update on where our students go and what they do. If you are a JCS Sixth Form leaver and wish to keep in touch with us, please complete the form linked here.

Destination Data Collection Form

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