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Pathways & Courses 2018-19

‘LEVEL 3 PATHWAY’

The two year Level 3 Pathway will enable students to develop their thirst for knowledge in a suitable combination of academic and vocational subjects. There is also a range of enrichment opportunities on offer for students to develop including student leadership and a range of clubs for student to participate in and thrive. Success in this study pathway can lead to a range of progression including a place at a top university.

‘LEVEL 2 BRIDGING PATHWAY (1 YEAR)’

The one year Bridging Pathway will allow students to improve key literacy and numeracy skills alongside completing a substantial Level 2 vocational qualification and effective work experience. It is a very successful route for students who would benefit from another year in a school environment to consolidate their GCSE portfolio in preparation for their next steps. Future progression from this route can include Level 3 study, an apprenticeship or employment.

NB. The Elite Sport Programme is available within the above pathways for students with exceptional aptitude in football or basketball.

PROVISIONAL COURSES FOR 2018 / 2019

Please click on the subject headings below to view information on all the courses available to post-16 students in 2018-19.

Level 3 – A Levels

pdf_icon Art and Design

pdf_icon Biology

pdf_icon Chemistry

pdf_icon English Literature

pdf_icon Geography

pdf_icon History

pdf_icon Mathematics

pdf_icon Media

pdf_icon PE

pdf_icon Photography

pdf_icon Physics

pdf_icon Psychology

pdf_icon Sociology

Level 3 – BTEC Courses

pdf_icon Business

pdf_icon Information Technology

pdf_icon Applied Science

pdf_icon Health and Social Care

pdf_icon Performing Arts (Extended Diploma)

pdf_icon Sport (Extended Diploma)

Level 2 – BTEC Technical Certificates

Possible courses include:

pdf_icon Sports Coaching

pdf_icon Childcare

pdf_icon Business Administration

pdf_icon Professional Cookery

pdf_icon Work Skills

We also ensure that any students without a good pass in GCSE English and Mathematics are taught these as part of the Level 2 Bridging Pathway.