At Sixth Form, students are able to study for a wide variety of A Level subjects, preparing them for just about any degree course. Indeed, Culford’s Sixth Formers regularly gain excellent suites of A Level results, equipping them to apply for the best degree courses in the UK and overseas.
A Level results matter, so students need to choose wisely from the start. Culford's teachers have an abundance of experience in advising on the best combination of subjects to take, with a view to both university or college applications and future career ambitions; students are in safe hands. Those new to Culford are also able to explore their preferred subject choices as part of the interview process and will be offered as much support and advice as they need to make their final selections in advance of the start of the new academic year. Current pupils also have a comprehensive subject selection process to help them select the right A Levels.
The following A Level courses are offered:
- Art, Craft and Design
- Art: Textiles
- Art: Three Dimensional Design
- Computer Science
- Design and Technology
- Drama and Theatre
- English Literature
- Mathematics and Further Mathematics
- Modern Languages: French and Spanish
- Music Technology
- Physical Education
- Religious Studies
- Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Physics
- English as an Additional Language is also available.
To view a detailed breakdown of these course please view the Sixth Form A Level Subject Options booklet online here:
New A Level Specifications
In September 2015 new specifications for A Levels were implemented for Art, Craft and Design; Biology; Business; Chemistry; Economics; English Literature; History; Physics; and Psychology.
These subjects are now assessed at the end of the two year A Level course. AS qualifications in these subjects involve stand-alone examinations after the end of the Lower Sixth year and do not contribute towards an A Level grade.
Other subjects will move to this two-year course format in 2016/17 and 2017/18.
Please note that other subjects may be offered from time to time. Please contact the Admissions Office on +44 (0)1284 385308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org