Selecting the Right Study Programme for You

A Levels

Students wishing to move on to university should consider the A level route as the most appropriate. Students following this route must select 3 subjects to follow in year 12 and 13. Initially we will ask students to select their 3 first choice preferences and then identify any possible reserves. We will then do our best to organise a curriculum that best meets the needs of our students.

A Level Subjects
Art History Physics
Biology Law Product Design
Business Studies Mathematics Psychology
Chemistry Maths in Context (AS) Sociology
Computer Science Philosophy Spanish
English Literature Photography Textiles
Geography PE

Pathway Into Employment

We will be offering a range of vocational study programmes at level 2 and 3. These courses have been developed in collaboration with a wide range of business partners. We are offering these study programmes in areas we currently excel in. This range of study programmes have been designed to ensure that at the end of two years all students will be an attractive proposition for would be employers.

Level 3 vocational courses

These courses are designed to prepare our students for work, high level training or apprenticeships. Students taking these courses in year 12 have the opportunity of extending their studies in year 13 to enable access to university. These courses require a high level of academic ability and are designed to provide an alternative to A levels. We are offering Level 3 study programmes in:

  • Applied Science
  • Business
  • Health and Social Care
  • IT
  • Performing Arts – Dance
  • Sport

Level 2 vocational courses

These courses are designed to prepare our students for work or further training. Students taking these courses in year 12 are liable to progress to level 3 study programmes in year 13. These courses are designed for students who have not achieved level 2 qualifications at GCSE we are offering level 2 study programmes in:

  • Business
  • Children’s Play, Learning and Development