A-level subjects: Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Drama, English Language, English Literature, French, Further Maths, Geography, German, Government & Politics, History, Law, Maths, Media Studies, Music, , Philosophy & Ethics, PE Studies, Physics, Product Design, Psychology, Spanish.
Level 3 subjects: Health & Social Care (BTEC, 1, 2 or 3 A-level equivalents).
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All students are enrolled on a study programme that complies with DFE guidance; each study programme combines academic qualifications and other activities. All study programmes must have a core aim this is usually a substantial academic or vocational qualification. All programmes also include work experience and other non-qualification activities.
Each 16-19 study programme is designed to challenge and support individual students and prepare them for their next step in education or training, typically they consist of:
- Substantial qualifications either A levels or BTECs.
- English and/or maths where the student has not yet achieved a grade 4 or higher.
- Work experience opportunities.
- Additionally, an Extended Project (EPQ) qualification can be studied for as can the Junior Sports Leader qualification.
- Other non-qualification activities designed to develop students’ character, skills, attitudes and confidence.
Students in the Sixth form are required to attend each morning for their tutorial session from 8.40-9.10am. They may then choose to work within the sixth form building or home study. They are also encouraged to broaden their experiences through voluntary work and a range of other experiences.
You can view an overview of each subjects here: Sixth Form Virtual Open Evening
Further information can be found here: Sixth Form