If you enjoy working with numbers, don't mind writing extended essays and have an eye for detail, accounting is a great career choice.
Ancient History A-level
Explore the ancient world and understand how its legacy aﬀects society today. We embark on a voyage of discovery that takes you ﬁrst overseas through the incredible story of the cataclysmic clash of two of the greatest cultures of the ancient world - Greece and Persia
Do you want to make a diﬀerence in the world? The study of Biology will prepare you for a variety of careers, from conservation to medicine, where you can do just that!
Business Studies A-level
How can you be sure your product will be popular? How can you improve your company’s reputation? How do you re-structure your business if it means making people redundant? Learn how to deal with the pressures of running businesses of all sizes, from sole traders to being in charge of multinationals like Apple or Coca-Cola.
Chemistry is everywhere, from the reactions happening in your body keeping you alive, to the shampoo you use to wash your hair, or even the fuel needed to heat your home or run your car!
Classical Civilisation A-level
Classical Civilisations is the original Humanities subject and will appeal to those with an interest in a past that shapes our present in so many ways.
Computer Science A-level
Do you want to know how computers really work and run your software? Do you want to learn how to write applications or improve your programming skills? Do you like solving problems?
Design - 3D Design A-level
This is a creative course that allows you to design, make and model, environments, products and artefacts.
Drama & Theatre Studies A-level
Develop your skills in variety of theatre-making roles and styles of theatre, with the aim of progressing as a performer, deviser, director and designer of theatre, through practical and theoretical study of the contemporary and historical plays and practitioners.
If you want to know what society does about high prices, globally powerful firms, a limited choice of goods, underdeveloped countries and poverty, this is the course for you.
Modern life is controlled by electronic devices. In the study of electronics, you will gain an understanding of the building blocks for these circuits and their individual components.
English Language A-level
Do you want to learn how to eﬀectively write stories, articles and reviews? Do you want to learn how the English Language developed, and is developing over time?
English Language & Literature A-level
The combined English Language & Literature course will introduce you to an exciting range of English and American literature, exploring themes such as love, sex, sexuality, deception and death.
English Literature A-level
The A-level English Literature course will provide you with the opportunity to read, discuss and analyse a diverse range of classic English and American texts, which explore themes such as love and death, truth and deception, gender and relationships, disillusionment and despair.
Environmental Science A-level
This course is for anyone interested in getting beyond the headlines about environmental issues and discovering the science behind the stories.
Film Studies A-level
Film is a powerful medium. Studying Film at A-level will oﬀer you the opportunity to investigate how ﬁlms generate meanings and ways in which we respond to them.
Fine Art A-level
This course will stimulate and inspire creativity through playful experimentation and exploration of a range of artists work, helping you to generate, develop and reﬁne your own personal ideas through the creation of practical art and written work.
A language A-level opens many doors. The new linear syllabus for AQA is focused on the study of French culture, including social issues, music, cinema and politics
You will have the opportunity to explore the key aspects of human and physical geography which shape our world
Geology brings science and physical geography together to help us understand both past and present physical processes which occur on planet Earth.
A language A-level opens many doors. The syllabus is focused on the study of German culture, including social issues, youth culture, art, history and politics.
Graphic Communication A-level
Graphic communication is everywhere we look, it is on the books we read, the clothes we wear and the food we eat. There is a reason we play that video game or watch that TV show.
The History course has three distinct pathways that aim to provide you with a strong understanding of key themes which have inﬂuenced the course of history from the 11th to the 20th centuries.
Law provides a means to recognise rights and duties, solve problems and resolve disputes without resorting to violence. Students will cover areas of law regarding this and present legal arguments advising clients on the area of law concerned.
This course gives you an insight into some of the diverse topics that can be studied in Mathematics. Pure Maths concepts such as Algebra, Trigonometry, Number Sequences and Calculus will comprise 67% of the course.
Mathematics and Further Mathematics A-level
If you really enjoy studying maths and generally attain high scores in your class tests and mock exams, then this could be the course for you
Media Studies A-level
Film, television, radio, the press, advertising and the internet are the media through which ideas, attitudes and information are communicated.
Philosophy, Ethics & Religion A-level
Western philosophy includes discussions on the arguments for and against the existence of God, religious experience, the nature of the mind and body and what implications this has for a possible life after death.
This exciting hands-on course offers you the knowledge and skills to become highly inventive in the creation of eye catching, thought provoking imagery.
Exploring the reasons "why" the universe behaves as it does and using this to predict the future. You will learn about fundamental physical concepts and how to apply these in everyday and technological settings.
In this rapidly changing world, politics has become more important than ever. If you are interested in current affairs, ideas, and how the country is run, then this is the course for you.
Psychology involves delving into the forces that drive and determine human behaviour. You will study some of the most important and interesting research from around the world.
Barack Obama recently said: ‘The world has never been healthier, wealthier or less violent'. Despite this, nearly 1 billion people in the world today live in poverty, over 14 million of whom live within the UK. Do you ever wonder why inequality continues to exist in the world? Have you considered how gender, religion, and ethnic background open or close opportunities in your life?
A language A-level opens many doors. The new
linear syllabus for AQA is focused on the study of
Spanish culture, including social issues, regional
identity, music, art and politics.
Do you have a passion for fashion or an artistic flair and love to create new and exciting designs? This Textiles course explores a range of interdisciplinary approaches and encourages you to experiment with a broad range of methods,materials and processes.