We have an excellent track record in teaching Humanities and English. In many subjects the pass rates and proportion of students gaining higher grades is good.
We also offer a range of support to help you succeed, including improvement classes and learning support for study in lessons.
Your A level programme will be made up of three subjects, tutorials and employment skills including work experience.
Do you know…Our experienced Careers Team will be available throughout your time with us to advise and guide you through the various options. You will also be fully supported in the process of applying to university through the UCAS system.
What’s next?Whilst potential career paths available to students that choose to study A levels are many and varied, the majority of our students progress to university.
General entry requirementsTo study three subjects at A-level, you will need to achieve six GCSEs at grade 9-4/A*-C, including English Language and maths. To study the Humanities subjects, you will need at least one grade 6/B in the Humanities subject you wish to study.
Students with previous A level experience, including re-sit applicationsApplications from students who have previously studied A-levels will be considered on a case-by-case basis but only where general or subject-specific entry criteria are met, and you also pass the selection process.
For more information on A-Levels courses, please click on the links below.
|A-Level Business||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level English Language||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level English Literature||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level Fine Art||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level History||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-Level Law||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level Media Studies||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level Politics||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level Psychology||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|A-level Sociology||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|