Ancient History gives pupils the opportunity to study the glories of Ancient Greece and the rise of the Roman Empire, including some of the defining moments in western history.
Art & Design
Art and Design builds upon the knowledge and skills acquired at GCSE level, providing ample opportunities for pupils to explore areas of personal interest, experiment with a range of methods and approaches and to develop their own artistic style.
The AS and A Level Biology course have been designed to engage and inspire pupils by showing how an understanding of many contemporary issues requires a grasp of fundamental biological ideas.
Business offers pupils the opportunity to explore the world of work before entering into it fully, And equips pupils with an understanding of how to start a business, how larger businesses operate, and what decisions businesses make and why.
The Chemistry A Level course is designed to expand and build on the basics learnt at GCSE level, focusing on those topics that explain many aspects of the environment around us in terms of the material world.
Classical Greek at AS and A2 gives pupils the chance to build on their knowledge of the Greek language by studying a more authentic style of texts written by a wider range of authors.
Design & Technology
A level Product Design is a rigorous and demanding course which provides pupils with the skills and knowledge to respond to real world problems.
Economics is a very accessible subject, drawing on scientific and mathematical understanding, in an applied way, whilst offering an opportunity for debate and discussion in the more subjective areas of the course.
English Literature A level builds on the skills developed at GCSE, giving pupils the opportunity to develop their interest in and enjoyment of literature.
French A level builds on the skills developed at GCSE, giving pupils the ability to understand spoken and written French at a high level whilst also providing pupils with the tools to communicate confidently in written and spoken form.
As well as being a highly regarded subject in its own right, Mathematics is an excellent partner for many other subjects, especially Sciences, Geography and Economics.
Geography A level is a relevant and engaging course which balances physical and human geography.
German A level builds on the skills developed at GCSE, giving pupils the ability to understand spoken and written German at a high level whilst also providing pupils with the tools to communicate confidently in written and spoken form.
History builds upon the skills developed at GCSE and allows pupils to understand History at a higher level. Through a range of papers pupils are introduced to a variety of ways of studying history.
History of Art
History of Art is an intellectually challenging course that teaches pupils how to engage with art and architecture both past and present.
Latin at AS and at A level gives pupils the opportunity to build on their knowledge of the Latin language acquired at GCSE by studying a more authentic style of texts written by a wider range of authors.
Pure Maths pupils will develop and extend skills in algebra and trigonometry, as well as meeting new topics such as differentiation and integration (calculus), logarithms, functions, vectors and mathematical proof.
Music A Level is a stimulating and enriching choice. The course builds on previously acquired skills at GCSE as it expects pupils to experience the three main musical disciplines of performing, composing, and appraising.
Pupils who have studied GCSE Physical Education (PE) or those who have a particular interest in factors affecting performance in sport would be suitably qualified to consider this thoroughly engaging and theoretical course.
A Level Physics is concerned with observing natural phenomena in the world modelling them and predicting future outcomes in new and unknown situations.
Politics is a new subject for pupils at AS and A Level, but builds upon skills from subjects such as History or English. The AS units link well to each other and allow pupils to study a range of issues in the contemporary government and politics of the United Kingdom.
Spanish A level builds on the skills developed at GCSE, giving pupils the ability to understand spoken and written Spanish at a high level whilst also providing pupils with the tools to communicate confidently in written and spoken form.
Theology invites pupils to engage with key themes in Philosophy of Religion, Ethics and Christian Thought from their origins in the Hebrew Scriptures through their encounter with Greek philosophy and development in Christianity.