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A Levels

In the Sixth Form, students choose from a range of A Levels to tailor a study programme that will support their future career. 

Our A Level programme offers breadth and includes subjects that are favoured by Russell Group universities and Oxbridge.

In Year 12, students choose to study four subjects at A Level.  As they progress into Year 13, students can choose to continue with four A Levels or focus on three. 

Teachers personalise learning within small class sizes, playing to students’ strengths and talents and the tutorial-style learning and co-educational environment provide excellent preparation for university studies.


A Level Subject Choices

Art English Language Mathematics
Biology English Literature Music
Business Studies French Physical Education
Chemistry Further Mathematics Physics
Classical Civilisation Geography Psychology
Design & Technology (Product Design) History Religious Studies
Design Technology (Systems) ICT Spanish
Economics Latin  

Please note that the provision of teaching in some of the above A Level subjects is dependent upon demand. Students are advised and supported by the sixth form team in making their choices.

In addition, students will attend timetables ‘Beyond the Curriculum’ lessons and will also attend the weekly Nicholls Lecture Series.