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The wide range of full-time courses available is designed to provide students with a clear route towards gaining qualifications for a successful career, or advancement to further study at a higher level, including university.
This course is based on a mixed media approach and will build on the creative strengths established at GCSE. Students will learn a variety of techniques and processes allowing them to work towards specialising in Textiles, Fashion, Design or Illustration at University or in the world of employment.
This course is important for those wishing to pursue a career in an area such as human and animal health, biotechnology and the environment.
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This course is essential for those wishing to prepare for careers in medicine, dentistry and veterinary science and is great preparation for taking the subject at university.
This academic course requires students to have strong problem solving skills, a logical mind, a genuine interest in computer programming and a willingness to learn and practise skills independently.
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This course is particularly suitable for those wishing to pursue arts-related degree courses and for those wishing to pursue a career in the theatre, film or television.
This course is a comprehensive study of language in form and use. Some aspects are similar to those of GCSE English, including original writing and textual analysis.
This course builds on the abilities students will have developed at GCSE, progressing to close textual analysis, contextual awareness and critical appreciation.
This course will provide students with the opportunity to build on the creative strengths they established at GCSE whilst extending their understanding of current and exciting Fine Art techniques and trends. This is a perfect platform for university and employment applications in the visual creative industries.
A Level French is essential preparation for degree courses which include this language; French can also be combined with a wide range of other subjects at university.
This course encourages the development of many skills including decision making and logic, statistical analysis, GIS, use of satellite imagery and essay writing.
A Level German is essential preparation for degree courses which include this language; German can also be combined with a range of other subjects at university.
over two years. Although this pathway is tailored for those interested in a career in health and social care, you will not be limited to careers in the sector and it will provide you with a range of opportunities if you change your mind.
Students on the Health and Social Care Pathway will study Health and Social Care, Sociology and one other from Business, English Language, Information Technology, Religious Studies, Psychology. Links to taster lessons for these subjects can be found below
The aims of the course are to enable students to develop knowledge, skills and an understanding of the factors influencing the quality of sporting performance.
This course will enable you to understand how the UK and US Governments work as they make day-to-day decisions about the running of the country.
This course gives students the opportunity to learn technical designing and manufacturing skills and understand market influences on product design.
This course is the scientific study of the mind and human behaviour. Psychologists use scientific methods to conduct experiments to observe the way that people act and interact. The subject combines particularly well with other science and social science subjects. It develops a set of important transferable skills including critical analysis and research design.
In this course we explore Philosophy, Ethics and the Development of Christianity; it is perfect for those considering a career in law, teaching, social sciences, theology or politics.
This course looks at the study of societies and how they shape people’s ideas, their social behaviour and their cultures, and how people interact and shape societies.