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Subjects Offered

Prior to choosing A level subjects, try to complete some research. For example you could visit UCAS.com (University and Colleges Admissions Service) to research further education courses and their entry requirements.  It may also be helpful to consider careers that might interest you and to research if there is a particular requirement to have studied a certain combination of A level subjects.

It is important to choose courses that you enjoy and it is a good idea to consider:

  • your interests 
  • what you can succeed in
  • the subjects you currently enjoy
  • specific subjects that are required for specific degree courses or careers

Subjects Offered
Art
Biology
Business Studies
Chemistry
Computer Science
Design and Technology
Drama and Theatre Studies
Economics
English Lang/Lit
English Literature
Extended Project Qualification
Film Studies
French
Further Mathematics
Geography
History
Mathematics
Media Studies
Music
Music Technology
Physical Education
Physics
Psychology
Religious Studies
Sociology
Spanish

 

A Level Reforms and QEGS Sixth Form

A levels are being reformed in phases to make all A levels linear – this means that all exams will be taken at the end of the two years of study.

The AS is being de-coupled from the A level qualification. You will still be able to take AS qualifications but as the new linear A levels are introduced the AS level will not count towards the final A level. Currently the AS makes up half of the marks for the whole A2 qualification.

From September 2017 all A levels will have converted to linear.