Course Details

Maths and  Further Maths 

Students taking A Level Mathematics follow the Edexcel A Level (8MA0/9MA0) syllabus and those taking Further Maths follow the Edexcel (8FM0/9FM0) syllabus.  Students have two 2-hour lessons and one 1-hour lesson per week and additional study periods.

Students sitting the GCSE Retake follow the Edexcel GCSE (1MA1) syllabus.  Students have one 2-hour lesson per week and additional study periods.

English

Students taking A Level English follow the AQA 7712 syllabus.  Students have two 2-hour lessons  and one 1-hour lesson per week and additional study periods.

Students sitting the GCSE Retake follow the new AQA English 8700 syllabus.  Students have one 2-hour lesson per week and additional study periods.

Computer Science

Students taking A Level Computer Science follow the new GCE AQA 7517 syllabus. Students have two 2-hour lessons per week, one 1-hour lesson and additional study periods.

 

Biology

Students taking A Level Biology follow the new GCE AQA 7402 syllabus. Students have two 2-hour lessons per week, one 1-hour lesson and additional study periods.

Chemistry

Students taking A Level Chemistry follow the new GCE AQA 7405 syllabus. Students have two 2-hour lessons per week, one 1-hour lesson and additional study periods.

Selected students from Years 10-13 are chosen to enter the Royal Society of Chemistry’s International Chemistry Olympiad Round 1 Paper.

Physics

Students taking A Level Physics follow the new GCE AQA 7408 syllabus. Students have two 2-hour lessons per week, one 1-hour lesson and additional study periods.

Psychology

Students taking A Level Psychology follow the GCE AQA 7182 syllabus. Students have two 2-hour lessons, one 1-hour lesson per week and additional study periods.

History

Students taking A Level History follow the new GCE AQA 7042 syllabus. Students have two 2-hour lessons per week, one 1-hour lesson and additional study periods.

The Tudors 1485 – 1603: All Tudor Monarchs: their character, their aims, their struggles and successes, and the wider world during their reign.

The American Dream: Reality and Illusion 1945 – 1980: The post-war world, the Cold War, Russia and China, the civil rights movement, changes in media reporting, The Space Race, political economy, and more.

BTEC Engineering

Students can choose to follow either:

The number of lessons students attend per week will depend on the size of the qualification they are studying. As a minimum, students studying for the Extended Certificate will have two 2-hour lessons per week, one 1-hour lesson and additional study periods.

BTEC Applied Science

Students can choose to follow either:

All students studying BTEC Science will have 10 hours of lessons per week with additional independent study periods for those studying the larger qualifications.

Something Else?

We can offer our students the opportunity to study other A Level and BTEC subjects on top of those listed here through our consortium agreement with other academies in the Aspirations Trust. For example, during this academic year, we have students studying Economics and Spanish A Levels and BTEC Level 3 Business through this arrangement.

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