A-Level – Chemistry
The chemistry department aims to nurture students to have an understanding of how society makes decisions about scientific issues. Students will also recognise how science contributes to the success of the economy and society as a whole. We strive to foster enthusiasm in our students for the subject as well as to develop an interest in further study and careers associated with chemistry.
The biology department aims to equip our students with an understanding of the natural world and their place within it in the hope they can be instrumental in preserving biodiversity for future generations.
Business Studies students will think as business people and leaders, to see new business opportunities and strategies for success in a business environment that is constantly changing.
Studying English will stimulate a personal, imaginative response to literary texts across a wide-range of topics; all whilst developing the techniques of critical appreciation for life. Works studied are from the three genres of drama, prose, and poetry.
The Geography department aims to stimulate an interest and sense of wonder about places. We will inspire students to think about their own place in the world and their responsibilities to other people and the environment.
Government & Politics will develop your mind and expand your ability to debate, discuss, assess and analyse to reach smart, well-informed, well-balanced decisions. Politics shapes our lives – what we can do, the type of society we live in and our life chances.
Graphics enables students to think creatively, converting ideas and raw materials into the products and services that we all need and use every day of our lives.
Studying History gives an international and British understanding of how the past has shaped the present. Students will develop the ability to present and defend an historical argument using sound reasoning and logic.
MFL students gain an understanding of technological and social change, artistic culture, music and cinema and political engagement . Students also explore the influence of the past on present-day communities.
In PE you'll study applied anatomy and physiology, Skill acquisition, Sport and society, Exercise physiology and biomechanics, Sport psychology and Sport and society and technology in sport.
The psychology curriculum will enable our learners to value the importance of Psychological research and will promote an awe-driven curiosity of the human body and mind.