The project will be set and marked by your teacher and then externally moderated.
There are two examinations which are both completed at the end of year 13. They carry an equal weighting of 40% each of your overall grade. Both are set and marked by the exam board and they have a duration of 2 hours 30 minutes each.
Students who choose to study an A-level in Theatre Studies will enjoy the performance element of theatre as well as studying approaches used in practice. Students can expect the following as part of their studies; develop and apply an informed, analytical framework...read more
English Literature A Level is a challenging and academic course which encourages you to explore the relationships that exist between texts and the contexts within which they are written, received and understood. The course is a clear progression from GCSE and allows...read more
The A-level course builds upon the skills that students will have developed through their GCSE, while allowing students the opportunity to study new areas and topics of History. History students will develop into informed citizens who understand how the events of the...read more