The Ridgeway School and Sixth Form College is a great place to study. We have an exceptional staff, support and nurture each student, and deliver a first-class education.
We currently have a limited number of spaces available in our year 10 and 12 cohorts. To apply for a place, please complete the form found to the right of this webpage or email [email protected].
Admissions to the school are coordinated by Swindon Borough Council. To apply for a place at our school, follow the link below and submit an online application.
By hosting a number of open days, we give parents and prospective pupils the opportunity to visit the school and take a look around.
There is no open day event scheduled at the moment. If you wish to arrange a visit, please contact the school by sending an email to:
or by using the contact form on the right.
Open Days are great for being able to see our fantastic school, but we've also included a video below that shows off our school from above:
The Ridgeway School and Sixth Form College welcomes students joining us at any time of the academic year. If you currently live outside Swindon, you can find more information about transferring to a Swindon school by clicking the button below.
At The Ridgeway School and Sixth Form College, we believe in inspiring learners for their futures. Every student is known and valued as we work together in a vibrant, supportive environment. If you think our school could be right for your child, don't hesitate to get in touch. We'd be delighted to speak with you about our in-year admissions process.
We currently have a limited number of spaces available. To apply for a place, please complete the form found to the right of this webpage or email [email protected].
Applications to attend any of The White Horse Federation's schools are welcomed from all families.
For more information on TWHF's admission policy, the admission process, key dates, and how to apply, please visit our Policies page:
At the heart of The White Horse Federation is a belief in using collaboration to provide a first-class education to a wide range of children. This means that every child understands what they are capable of, and can collectively strive for excellence.