We offer a diverse range of A Level subjects so all students can explore their preferred area of study.
In lessons, pupils work hard and show respect to their teachers. Teachers have strong subject knowledge and know their pupils well.
Ofsted, May 2022
All A Levels are delivered by subject specialists who, over the two-year course, prepare students for excellent outcomes and further study in higher education.
Additional academic courses are available to some students. These include the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), Core Maths, and the Cambridge Pre-U in Global Perspectives and Independent Research.
For students unsure which subjects to choose, this Russell Group university website informs which A Levels meet the criteria for studying particular university courses.
- Art Textiles
- Business Studies
- Computer Science
- Drama and Theatre
- English Literature
- Film Studies
- Further Maths
- Government and Politics
- Graphic Communication
- Music Production
- Physical Education
- Product Design
- Religion and Philosophy
Average of Grade 5 or higher across all GCSE exams, including a minimum grade 5 for English and Maths.
Subject specific requirements also apply, e.g. Grade 7 or higher in GCSE Maths for those wishing to study A Level Maths.