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Event Planners
Events are big business and part of our everyday lives. The UK’s event industry is estimated to be worth £70 billion in direct spend, accounting for over 50% of the UK visitor economy. Events lead to the employment of over 700,000 people from apprenticeship level upwards. Event Planning can help you learn about this dynamic industry and understand what it takes to put on a successful event. During the year you will learn skills that are transferable to other industries such as planning, organisation, customer service and communication.
Events are big business and part of our everyday lives. The UK’s event industry is estimated to be worth £70 billion in direct spend, accounting for ... more

Level 2

Maths students
Functional Skills Maths is all about problem solving, where questions are set in a contextual situation. Students are then required to decide what mathematical skills are required to progress.
This will require students to develop their literacy skills, being able to understand what information is necessary from that which is being given to them.
Functional Skills Maths is all about problem solving, where questions are set in a contextual situation. Students are then required to decide what mathematical skills are ... more

Level 2

Maths paper
Functional Skills Maths is all about problem solving, where questions are set in a contextual situation. Students are then required to decide what mathematical skills are required to progress.
This will require students to develop their literacy skills, being able to understand what information is necessary from that which is being given to them.
Functional Skills Maths is all about problem solving, where questions are set in a contextual situation. Students are then required to decide what mathematical skills are ... more

Level 2

English Student
The GCSE course in English Language will involve you having to write stories, letters and newspaper articles as well as reading extracts from novels and journalism, some of which will be from the 1800s. We aim to make you more confident with your writing and discussing ideas in class. The speaking and listening element is marked separately and you can, if you want, just keep your score from your previous school. If you are having to re-take English, you may not feel happy about it. However, we really do our best to make it interesting by looking at exciting topics. Of course, we also help you to develop the core skills you need to pass; we have an excellent pass rate, one of the highest in the country for resits.
The GCSE course in English Language will involve you having to write stories, letters and newspaper articles as well as reading extracts from novels and journalism, ... more

Level 2

Student maths paper
It is a government requirement that any student who attained a grade 3 in GCSE Maths at school must study GCSE Maths until they attain at least a grade 4. By attaining a grade 4 in GCSE Maths you vastly improve your future career opportunities; we have an excellent pass rate, one of the highest in the country for resits.
It is a government requirement that any student who attained a grade 3 in GCSE Maths at school must study GCSE Maths until they attain at ... more

Level 2

Students working
GCSE Maths Higher is for students who are targeting a grade 5 or higher. The entry requirement is a Grade 4 in Maths, but students are also accepted onto the course if they are entering UK mainstream education from either home educated backgrounds, foreign schools or Steiner schools, if appropriate. The main reasons that students take this course are either to meet university entry requirements, to supplement BTEC qualifications, or to enable progression onto A-Level courses requiring GCSE Maths at grade 5 or above.
GCSE Maths Higher is for students who are targeting a grade 5 or higher. The entry requirement is a Grade 4 in Maths, but students are ... more

Level 2