A Level Plus Programme
Students need to make one choice from each Option Block:
|Option A||Option B||Option C||Option D||Option E|
*Further Engineering can only be studied if Engineering has also been chosen
~ Further Mathematics can only be studied if Mathematics has also been chosen
This programme is of two years’ duration commencing in September 2019 and runs over four-days per week.
In addition to the core programmes, all students participate in:
- EPQ (Exteneded Project Qualification)
- RWPBL - Real World Project Based Learning
- PUN - Preparation for University
- Private Study
- Two weeks’ Work Experience in July 2020
- Day 5 - where students find paid or unpaid work
When considering your A Level choices you may wish to note the following
The number of A Levels you need to take
"The vast majority of Universities, including UEA will only need students to study three A Levels and offers will be made based on this at UCAS. When you are considering what you want to study at sixth form it is important to bear this in mind, as you need to maximise your potential to achieve the best grades in these A Levels."
Assistant Head of Admissions, UEA
Students wishing to study 4 A Levels will usually need a minimum of 5 A/A* grades and the approval of the Director of Sixth Form.
Combinations of Study
Study at post-16 becomes very much more productive when students follow logical combinations of subject course. Eg. Your engineering grades will benefit from the study of.....
What goes well with what?
Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science
Biology, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics
Business, Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics
Business, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science
Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering
Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics