Applied Science is a practical, work-related course which focuses on technical laboratory skills, equivalent to one A Level, this course is suited to students who are looking for grounding in all three of the major science disciplines. Throughout the two years you will gain the technical skills needed to work within the science industry.
In Art you will learn through producing a mixture of 2D and 3D work, which will be supported by the study of established artists. Over the course of the two years you will build a creative portfolio of highly skilled, multidisciplinary work. The course focuses on drawing from observations and visual communication of ideas, preparing you for a career within the creative industries.
This course will introduce you to the new advances being made in modern Biology, including the influence of genes on our development, environmental issues and some of the ethical and technological aspects of the subject. As Biology is a practical subject you will develop experimental skills and gain an understanding of how to plan, analyse and evaluate experimental procedures.
A Level Business provides students with an insight into the diverse range of activities a business engages in. When enrolled on this course you will study local, national and global businesses, looking at them in a variety of different contexts.
Throughout the two years of this course you will study a wide range of businesses, looking at how they are run, how they make money and who owns them. You will research how businesses decide on a product or service, where they locate and how they promote themselves. Through these topics you will gain skills such as report writing, planning, presenting and marketing. This course can be taken as an Extended Certificate or Extended Diploma.
Chemistry builds upon topics previously studied at GCSE including Organic Chemistry, rates and reversible reactions and mole calculations. In this course you will use your mathematical skills to solve problems and use your imagination to understand how molecules interact and why they react together. Over the two years you will develop your skills of communicating complex ideas using appropriate chemical terminology.
This course will provide you with the essential skills needed to become an Early Years Educator, enabling you to work with children aged 5 and below, whilst also widening your understanding of children aged 5 – 7 years. You will study a broad range of topics such as child health and wellbeing, child development and more. On completion of this qualification you will be able to enter the workforce as an Early Years Educator or progress onto higher education.
Classical Civilisation gives students an insight into the ways of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. By looking at their history, politics, art, mythology and literature you will uncover how these civilisations have shaped today’s society.
Computer Science will give you a greater understanding of the mathematical, scientific and engineering principles of computer systems. Looking at smart phones, the internet, systems that interpret natural languages and everything inbetween.
This is a year-long course which can be taken in either Year 1 or Year 2, the course is suitable for individuals who want to uphold their mathematical skills without taking A Level Mathematics.
This course is offered both as an Extended Certificate or Extended Diploma, throughout Digital Technologies you will develop an understanding of the technologies used in business and develop your employability skills to prepare you for a digital career.
Digital Media will teach students the skills needed to pursue careers in Television, Film and Radio. Focusing on topics such as Production, Audiences, Social Media, Globalisation and Research, students will get the opportunity to produce their own media products. This course can be taken as either an Extended Certificate or Extended Diploma.
Drama and Theatre will you give you the opportunity to develop your individual creativity and broaden your understanding of the demands of theatre.
Early Modern History A Level will broaden your interests by examining historical issues, challenging existing orthodoxies and engaging in historical debates.
Economics is suited to students who have a strong interest in current affairs and are comfortable working with numbers. Through this course you will develop the skills needed to understand and analyse data, think critically about issues and make informed decisions.
English Language is suited to students who are passionate about reading and writing. This course explores the language in all its forms; how it works, how it is developed and how different individuals use it.
In English Literature you will study a variety of texts, including plays, poetry and novels. Throughout the two years you will develop key literary analysis skills, be encouraged to form your own opinions and will be required to read a wide range of texts.
EPQ is a research project available to students in their second year, on completion you will receive a Level 3 qualification worth 50% of an A Level. The project will help improve your critical, reflective and independent learner skills and supports your higher education and career aspirations.
Aimed at students who have taken French at GCSE or are a native speaker, A Level French aims to improve your French skills to a level where you are able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written French.
A Level Geography explores both physical and human geography, looking at global questions in more depth and providing students with a greater understanding of the fragile relationship between people and the planet.
In A Level Geology students study rocks and the minerals that made them. On this course you will investigate the clues that indicate how, when and what environment rocks and minerals were formed in millions of years ago. You will also cover topics such as plate tectonics, volcanoes and earthquakes, exploring the impact these have on the human race.
A Level German aims to improve your German skills to a level where you are able to communicate effectively, both verbally and written. Like all of our MFL courses, German is for students who have taken the subject at GCSE or have the equivalent experience.
A Level Graphic Design will provide you with a broad introduction to traditional art-based and digital design processes, where you will learn about the historical and contemporary influences within the design industry. You will be set themed assignments and live briefs and over the two years will build a creative portfolio of illustration and graphic design work.
Vocational Level 3 Health and Care is suited to students who wish to work in the health and care industry, those hoping to pursue careers within Social Work, Midwifery, Nursing, Paramedic Science and many more. This course can be studied as either an Extended Certificate or Extended Diploma.
Looking at time periods ranging from 1800 all the way to 2007, History A Level will broaden your interests by examining historical issues, challenging existing orthodoxies and engaging in historical debates.
A Level Law is a varied subject that will help you develop good powers of reasoning. Over the two years you will cover a wide range of topics including; criminal courts, magistrates, juries and law-making.
A Level Mathematics is for students with a real passion for all things Maths. Problem solving is a large part of this course and you will be required to think more deeply and creatively than you have at GCSE.
Further Mathematics is a double A Level course that covers much of the content covered in Mathematics A Level, before moving on to explore the more complex topics, because of this timetabled lessons and homework are doubled.
A Level Music is aimed at students who can already read music, play an instrument or sing. On this course you will perform, compose and study music, covering both academic and practical aspects of the subject.
Vocational Level 3 Music Production is a creative course, which looks at every aspect of the technology used to create, manipulate and capture music. Throughout this course you will take part in practical work that includes: writing, recording and producing music, sampling, sequencing and live sound.
This A Level is for students of any religious persuasion and prides itself on being open minded. Throughout this course you will study religion in its contemporary setting, looking at what belief means and what it may mean in the future.
In A Level Photography students will work with specialist resources and experienced teachers to produce a variety of projects. Over the two years you will build a creative portfolio, showcasing work produced in a photographic studio, darkroom and out on location, demonstrating both film and digital photography.
Physical Education combines both physical performance and academic challenge to give students an insight into sports performance. By looking at topics such as Physiology and Biomechanics and participating in the practical coursework element you will gain an understanding of how to improve both your own and others’ performances.
Physics is for students who are curious about the world around them, those who want to know how things work and the fundamental nature of the universe. Throughout this course you will cover topics such as mechanics, materials, particles and quantum phenomena, before progressing onto studying advanced mechanics, thermal properties, radioactivity, nuclear physics and many more.
A Level Politics is for students with a strong interest in current affairs. On this course you will focus on both UK and US politics and will be encouraged to discuss the key political events of the week on a regular basis.
This course is designed for students who have a genuine interest in working within the Music Industry. You will be given the opportunity to submerge yourself in into every aspect of music making focusing on topics such as; production, performance, marketing and promotion.
The Level 3 Extended Certificate in Popular Music (Performance) gives musicians the essential skills needed to pursue a career within the Popular Music Industry. Throughout the course you will work as part of a production team; choosing repertoire, writing your own songs, designing promotional materials and working on a budget, to put on a major music concert at the end of the year. Giving you a real insight to what it is like to put on a live music event.
In Psychology you will explore why people and animals behave in the way they do. You will develop key essay writing skills whilst exploring both scientific and theoretical theories of behaviour and the mind.
Vocational Level 3 Public Services provides students with the essential skills needed for a wide range of careers that involve supporting the public, these include working within; the armed services, the police force, local authorities and central government.
In Sociology you will develop your understanding of people and how they are affected by the world around them. You will be encouraged to develop your own sociological awareness through engagement with the social world and will develop your critical and analytical skills in relation to your everyday life.
Spanish aims to improve your spoken and written Spanish skills to a level where you are able to communicate effectively. These language skills will help you appreciate the rich culture of Spain and the Spanish speaking world. To enroll on this course you must have studied Spanish at GCSE or be a native speaker.
Level 3 Sport is both a theoretical and practical course that gives students an insight into the different career paths Sport has to offer. You will gain practical experience of training and exercise and explore the physiological effects this has on our anatomy amongst many other topics.