Courses

A-Level Qualifications

A-Levels are the traditional option for students who are very committed to academic study, for whom university is the likely option.
A-Level Qualifications are largely exam based courses, although some A-Levels do involve coursework components.

The Football Futures Pathway

Film Studies

Graphics

Further Mathematics

Textiles

Spanish

Sociology

Psychology

Product Design

Physics

Physical Education

Photography

Philosophy & Theology (including Ethics)

Music

Mathematics

History

BTEC Level 3 Extended Certificate in Health & Social Care

Government and Politics

Geography

French

English Language

English Literature

Economics

Dance

Drama and Theatre Studies

Computer Science

Chemistry

Business

Biology

Fine Art

Applied and Technical Qualifications

Applied and Technical Qualifications are exam and coursework based courses which involve a vocational element. This may involve a work experience placement or engagement with skills that prepare students for the workplace. Courses are worth either 1.5 or 2 A-Levels in terms of university tariff points, depending on how we structure a student’s programme of study. Applied and Technical Qualifications provide an excellent pathway for students aspiring to competitive universities, higher apprenticeships and industry training schemes.

Applied Science

Applied Science (Double)

Additional Qualifications

Extended Project Qualification

Future First Artsmark
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