Would it be too late now to apply to a completely different 6th form that ive had no previous correspondance with?
Not too worried at all - it's only statistics and you can work hard wherever you are; be one of the people who pull the average up!
I don't know. Are you just worried because of the averages? I'm sure you could phone other colleges and ask. Do you know anyone who has studied there already who you could ask about teaching and what the college you are going to at the moment is like - that might give you more of an idea about whether you have anything to worry about.
be worried! you'll fail and live on a council estate lol!
my school's average is 160 points but we have less entries of about 40 and i'm not doing pretty bad at the moment.
As Tis Me Lord said, colleges are similar to comprehensives. They admit everyone who gets the minimum standard of 4-5 A*-Cs at GCSE and you can normally count a GNVQ as 4 GCSEs. Grammar and private schools, on the other hand, have much higher entry requirements, so no matter how good the teaching and facilities are at a comprehensive, they can't compete because not all of their students are very bright. My school (comprehensive) isn't very high in the league tables, but I've had unusually small classes and pretty damn good teaching in the sixth form. A-levels are more about independent learning anyway, so if you work hard, I'm sure you'll do fine.