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 Psychology Course

Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and behaviour. This two year A Level course will look at how behaviour is…

A Level Politics Course

Understanding power, people and ideas. Politics affects every aspect of our lives and is constantly changing and evolving. Studying…

A Level Physics Course

Physics helps us to appreciate some of the simple and elegant rules which nature appears to follow. It develops our understanding…

A Level Photography Course

The course will give you the opportunity to learn a range of photographic skills to develop your creative potential and express…

Media Studies Course - A Level

A Level Media Studies will enable you to develop the analytical skills required for making sense of the key role the mass media…

A Level Mathematics Course

In A-Level Mathematics you should be prepared to learn many new techniques, some in new areas that are not part of the GCSE…

A Level Textiles Course

The course provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop a range of skills in relation to felt making, silk paper…

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