Programmes of Study
|Level 3||Level 2|
|GCSE Grades||Mostly 9-6||Mostly 4-6||Mostly 3-5||Mostly 9-4||Mostly 5-1|
|Substantial Qualification||3-4 A Levels/Level 3 qualifications plus the EPQ (optional)||3 Applied, Technical or A Levels||1 Technical Certificate||Apprenticeship||Pre Apprenticeship|
|English & Maths||GCSE Maths & English - Grade 4 or Higher|
Students are able to access programmes to support higher end writing styles, and use of quantitative methods and other numeracy skills to support their learning.
|GCSE Maths & English at Grade 3 or lower|
Students will be required to continue the study of GCSE Maths and English until they have achieved a grade C.
|Internships||All students regardless to their Study Programme are given the opportunity to take part in the Internship Programme. Students undertake work experience placements to obtain key employability skills, gain experience in different industry sectors ready for their Post 17 or 18 progression plans. This can include University, College, Apprenticeships or Employment.|
|Tutorials||All students meet regularly with their tutor for academic progress meetings, these are designed to challenge the student to ensure they are on track to be successful in their Sixth Form Programme of Study. The social development of students is also important and these tutorials are supported by a very comprehensive Personal, Social, Health Education programme that is focused around a series of external visitors coming to work with the students on important topics such as managing money, relationships, health and wellbeing and British Values.|
|Enrichment||Students will get the opportunities to work with Universities to enhance their studies. This will be through mentor schemes, conferences and study programmes.||Students will get the opportunities to work with Employers and Apprenticeship providers to enhance their learning. This will be through mentor schemes, industry visits with our partner employers and online support programmes.|
|Extra-Curricular Activities||All students get the opportunity to get involved in their enrichment activities. This includes volunteering, Duke of Edinburgh, Sports, Music, Drama and the National Citizenship Service.|
|Careers||All students are supported by Careers Education and have access to one to one Information & Guidance session to help them in making their next step progression plans for University, College, Apprenticeships or Employment.|
|Examples ofProgression Plan||University||University College||College Apprenticeship||Higher Apprenticeship||Apprenticeship|