A-Level – Psychology
The intent for the Psychology curriculum is to ensure that our young psychologists are equipped with the necessary scientific knowledge, skills and vocabulary to develop a better understanding of themselves and the wider world. 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.
3D PD encourages student creatively, converting ideas into the products and services that we all need and use every day of our lives. It's a creative subject involving designing, making and innovating for improvement.
Art students become confident and creative learners who can work independently and develop their own personal ideas as we focus on developing creative thinking and problem solving!
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.
The chemistry department aims to nurture students to have an understanding of how society makes decisions about scientific issues and how science contributes to the success of the economy and society as a whole.
Computer Science will develop your technical understanding and ability to analyse and solve problems using computational thinking; all based on the core academic principles of computer science.
In Drama our students to develop their ability and independence to work creatively as theatre makers to apply their in-depth understanding of specific drama styles.
The Literature and Language course brings literary and non-literary discourses together; exploring the creation of meaning in written and spoken texts through analytical and creative writing of personal interest!
The Maths department aims to challenge and inspire students to build logical, independent thinking skills, enabling a strong mathematical foundation to develop for every student, supporting success throughout the curriculum and throughout life.
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.