A Levels are perfect for students who want to progress onto undergraduate degree-level study...
Studying A Levels at Weston College
A Levels are most suited for those who perform well in exams and who learn better in a classroom environment.
A Levels give you the option of choosing a variety of subjects that interest you. You will be able to study three or, in some cases, four subjects before deciding which one you would like to pursue at university or as a career. You can even study A Levels alongside some BTEC subjects.
The Sixth Form at Weston College offers a new experience and the opportunity to focus on the subjects you find most interesting with a bespoke campus and facilities, it is designed to feel more like a university, preparing you for future study.
The Sixth Form also offers unique pathways which means you can study other subjects alongside your core programmes to support your learning in those areas. These include bio-medical, creative enterprise, core maths, debating and current affairs, extended project qualification, GCSE booster classes and sports excellence.
Available A Levels courses
The Sixth Form at Weston College offers study pathways for learners alongside their A levels. Pathways provide learners with opportunities to develop different skills and share experiences to enhance their progression onto either higher education or employment. Learners can opt for a particular pathway, but the decision to study 3 or 4 A levels and/or plus a pathway will be based on GCSE scores, career goals and previous experiences. In year one a pathway is compulsory.
The pathways are completed during the first year of the two year Sixth Form study programme.
|Debating/ current affairs qualification||
|Extended project qualification||
|Sport academy pathway||
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What Our Students Say
Naomi Race, A Level - Psychology, sociology and English
“The college has opened up a load of new experiences and enabled me to try new things”
Former school: Broadoak
A Levels: Psychology, sociology and English
What next? Naomi achieved three As and will progress to study English and sociology at Leeds University.