Level 2 Pathway- GCSE resit and Level 2 courses
Please indicate on the application form that you wish to apply for our Level 2 pathway.
Level 3 Pathway- A Levels and vocational courses (Entry requirement 5 GCSE passes)
Students usually select 3 choices, although some students may choose to study 4. The options should each be chosen from a different option block. Please note that this is a provisional option block. We will adapt the option structure to meet the needs of our students. Therefore if your choices do not fit neatly into the columns below, please tell us. We may be able to accommodate your choices.
|OPTION BLOCK A||OPTION BLOCK B||OPTION BLOCK C||OPTION BLOCK B|
|Applied Business||Sociology||Applied Business||Psychology|
|Fine Art||Philosophy & Ethics||Biology||Product Design|
|Geography||English Language||Drama||Financial Studies|
|IT||Health & Social Care||Government & Politics|
GCSE English and Mathematics It is a national requirement that any student without a grade 4 in GCSE in Mathematics or English will have to continue to study these subjects as part of their programme of study until they have achieved the qualification. This may mean your choice of courses will be affected due to this requirement.
Core Mathematics is intended for students who have passed GCSE Mathematics at grade 4 or better, but who have not chosen to study A level Mathematics. It is taken alongside A levels or other qualifications, including vocational courses. Studying Core Maths helps students develop their quantitative and problem-solving skills.
Extended Project Qualification is an additional qualification which allows each student to embark on a largely self-directed and self motivated project to either compliment or supplement their existing subjects. EPQ is favoured by universities as part of their entrance criteria.