The four themes address a range of content related to society past and present, as well as aspects of the political and artistic culture of the Arabic speaking world.
Maths is for everyone. It is diverse, engaging and essential in equipping students with the right skills to reach their future destination, The purpose of Core Maths is to supplement any student who is studying Science.
A stimulating course which emphasises the way in which biologists work and their contributions to society.
This course could lead you onto a range of careers from banking, sales, product management and general management to working in public sector organisations or charities.
You will study a modern chemistry course, which comprehensively covers all major topics, with a relevance to everyday life, green issues and economic awareness.
This course could lead you onto a range of careers from Game designer, Game developer, Cyber security analysts, Forensic Computer analyst or go onto University to complete a Computer Science degree.
In the study of language variation and representation, you will explore how language is shaped according to audience, purpose, genre and mode.
You will study an exciting range of texts across three components: drama, prose and poetry.
Geography is the study of both people and the world. It’s a science and a humanity, so can tell the whole story of what is happening today and in the past. One day you could be discovering how to live in an earthquake prone area and the next you could be managing people getting to work. In an office or on a mountaintop, geography can always help you understand your world.
A history qualification is often studied by those entering journalism, law, politics, tourism, teaching, local government and the armed forces, amongst others.
Law is ever changing and affects all our lives. The topics we study will give you a broad range of knowledge and a real insight into the legal system and those who work in it.
Mathematics can lead you onto a wide range of career pathways, including modelling and designing, actuary, financial, banking and meteorology.
You will study media texts from a range of sources such as audio-visual (TV, film, music video, radio), print (newspapers and magazines, including advertising) and online (gaming, online news, online advertising, streaming).
As well as theoretical learning, this A Level Physics course will help you develop investigative and practical skills as you apply your learning to experimental applications.
Studying psychology is a good basis for a number of degrees in higher education. Many students go on to study psychology at university which can lead to a career as a psychologist, counsellor, teacher, social worker and many more.
Studying sociology is a good basis for a number of degrees in higher education. Many students go on to study sociology or a related social science subject at university, which can lead to careers in social work, human resources, teaching, law, journalism, management and many others areas.
The EPQ has become extremely popular with A Level students across the UK. In 2018/19, there were 38,000 EPQ projects submitted.
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