Years 12 and 13 

Students are encouraged to start the Sixth Form with four A level subjects; in most cases they will drop a subject in Year 12 and finish with three A levels, though continuing with four subjects is possible. All students follow a Christian Theology course, either as one of their A level choices or the department’s own (non-examined) Core CT course.

The subjects are arranged in options, one subject is chosen from each option block. The option blocks shown below are the option blocks for 2019-2020. Each of the options A - D is taught for 12 lessons per 2 weeks.

A full description of the courses available in the Sixth Form is provided in the Sixth Form options booklet (see below).

Additionally an enrichment programme will be open to all students. Precise details of this programme are not available at the time of writing, but it usually includes such things as EPQ preparation, study skills, Modern languages conversation classes and Oxbridge preparation.

Option A

Option B

Option C

Option D

Option E

Core CT

Chemistry

Economics

Geography

History

Latin

Mathematics

Politics

Theatre Studies

BTEC Countryside

  Management (Part 2)

BTEC Enterprise &

  Entrepreneurship (Part 2)

Art

Chemistry

Christian Theology

Design & Technology

Economics

English Literature

Further Mathematics

German

History

Music

BTEC Countryside

  Management (Part 1)

Biology

Christian Theology

Computer Science

French

Greek

History

Mathematics

Physical Education

BTEC Hospitality

Ancient History

Christian Theology

English Literature

Mathematics

Physics

Politics

Spanish

BTEC Enterprise &

  Entrepreneurship (Part 1)

EAL

Special half-term of one term courses

CCT
Please note, Business is no longer available for 2020 entrants - those wishing to study Business in the Sixth Form can choose to do the Enterprise & Entrepreneurship BTEC, which covers the same content but is assessed by exams and continuous assessment.