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Three-dimensional design is creative, technical and both practical and academic, and this makes it an excellent preparation for aspiring designers, architects, technologists, engineers and craftworkers, and highly beneficial to aspiring project managers and planners.
The course builds skills in drawing, painting and printmaking, although photography, mixed media and 3D work can also form important aspects of your exploration.
Art Textiles gives you the time to explore textiles, fashion and art to build your skills in fabric techniques, making and up-cycling outcomes, drawing skills and developing a sketchbook.
Biology is a natural choice if you’re interested in a career in Medicine or Veterinary Sciences but it is an interesting subject in its own right and will leave your options open to a variety of different career pathways.
Business A Level explains why some businesses succeed yet others fail; it will help you to thrive in your career or start your own business someday.
A Level Chemistry will give you an exciting insight into the contemporary world of Chemistry.
Criminology is an exciting and dynamic subject that will engage your curiosity and critical thinking about the many aspects of crime and society’s response.
The aim of this course is to produce technically strong and versatile dancers who can experiment and challenge their artistic boundaries.
Towards the end of your first year, you’ll be able to call yourself a Computer Programmer!
This course is for students who are creative, imaginative and have an interest in filmmaking.
The aim of this course is to produce versatile actors, creative theatre makers and confident directors with a shared passion to communicate through live theatre.
If you have a passionate interest in current news stories regarding economic issues and are interested in how they affect you, then Economics is the course for you.
This course will allow you to develop an understanding of engineering disciplines, including how mechanical and electronic systems work, fabrication, machining and health & safety in the workplace.
In an age of fake news, studying English Language A Level enables you to challenge assumptions, such as “men and women talk differently” or “regional dialects aren’t proper English.” You will also be able to showcase your own creative writing for coursework.
It is the perfect choice for you if you have an interest in both literature & language, but prefer not to specialize at this stage.
The course enables you to study a broad range of literary texts from modern poetry, to Shakespeare’s drama, Romantic poetry and contemporary novels.
Environmental Science at A Level looks at the complex systems of our planet and the impact and interaction that our species has with it. This subject links together the subjects of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Geography.
Alongside your A Level studies, you can research a question on a topic you are passionate about, then report your findings in an essay/artefact and a presentation, which is worth half an A Level.
In-depth exploration of the important concepts of financial capability, both on an organisational and personal level and how to apply them in achieving longer term financial stability.
You will study technological and social change, looking at diversity and the benefits it brings.