Politics – A Level

Lively, relevant, controversial… there are many ways to describe A-level Politics. There’s no denying that it’s one of the most interesting and engaging qualifications you can choose. Covering news and current affairs from the UK and US, it helps you understand how the UK country is run and develops research, written communication and debate skills. […]

Theatre Studies – A Level

Drama and Theatre Studies is a course aimed at those wanting to develop their performance skills, and also those wanting to explore the supporting design based roles within the world of theatre. Performance and theatre is a multi­ million pound industry which has hundreds of roles within it. The course encourages students to break down […]

Sociology – A Level

If you have an interest in other people’s lives, attitudes and behaviour, and are open to having your own ideas challenged or challenging the ideas of others, this course could be for you. You will analyse modern society, critically assess different views on the way society works, and explore themes of socialisation, culture and identity, […]

Psychology – A Level

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If you have ever asked yourself similar questions about how and why people behave in the way that they do, then this is for you. Positioned between traditional science and humanities subjects, and drawing on many aspects of these areas, psychology can be chosen as part of a large number of A level combinations. Over […]

Physics – A Level

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This gives you the opportunity to explore big questions – how did the universe begin and how will it end? What holds the parts of an atom together? Is there a theory of everything? It is ideal if you have an inquisitive mind and good problem-solving skills, with practical experiment work and research. You’ll apply […]

Philosophy – A Level

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This will stretch your mind and challenge you ‘to think outside the box’ on contemporary issues and long-held beliefs. You’ll study philosophy of religion, ethics and developments in religious thought. You will build a knowledge and understanding of complex philosophical and ethical arguments, evaluate philosophical texts and their relevance in the 21st century, analyse moral […]

Mathematics – A Level

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The language of the universe, mathematics offers progression into limitless fields. The course includes algebra, calculus, geometry, statistics and mechanics, giving you an insight into the way the world works, analysis techniques and ways of developing your problem-solving skills. At the end of the second year, students will be assessed by three external examinations: pure […]

Media – A-Level

If you are interested in how the media works, how messages are communicated, and you like to work independently and use varied technology, then this is the course for you. You will look at nine different forms: TV, film, radio, magazines, advertising, internet and online media, music videos, newspapers, and video games. The flexibility of […]