A Level

GCE A-Level courses are predominately assessed by examinations, although some subjects may have a coursework component as well. All A-Level courses are linear, meaning examinations are taken at the end of two-years. These are level 3 courses, ideally suited for progression into University or Higher-Level Apprenticeships. 

To study an A-Level course you will need a minimum of five GCSEs (with two at grade 6, and three at grade 4). Due to the advanced level most subjects will have additional individual entry requirements – please consult the specific course pages below. 

A Level French Course

In this course you learn to speak French confidently and understand much about French-speaking culture. With a second European…

A Level Biology Course

Biology is central to dealing with the most important issues facing the world today, including environmental problems, health and…

A Level Further Mathematics Course

Further Mathematics is studied alongside Mathematics and should be taken as part of a four A level programme. The course develops…

A Level Geography Course

Geography is the study of the world, and how and why changes are taking place within it.

The subject encourages students to…

A Level Graphics Course

The Graphic Communication course at Cadbury College allows you to explore digital imaging, typography, illustration and photography…

A Level History Course

The History course covers two key periods within the past of Britain and the USA. We study the development of the USA from the end…

A Level Law Course

Students will learn about the legal system, law making, the nature of law, criminal law, the law of tort and the law of contract.…

A Level Statistics Course

In A-Level Statistics you should be prepared to learn about analysing data to understand the world around us. The focus is on…

A Level Spanish Course

The ability to communicate in other languages is a great asset for work, study and leisure. Studying Spanish at Cadbury College…

A Level Sociology Course

Sociology is the study of society. In Sociology, we ask questions such as:

  • Does racism exist in society? How can we…

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