H-M Subjects of Sixth Form

Health and Social care

During the course you will study four units. These will include topics such as Human Lifespan and Development and Meeting Individual Care Needs. Opportunities will be provided for you to undertake work experience in an area of health and social care which is of personal interest to you. You will organise and plan the work experience which will form part of the assessments in the first year of study. You could choose to work in a number of settings including a nursery, an elderly care environment or even a hospital.

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    History

    This is a Linear A Level qualification with exams taking place at the end of Year 13 in addition to the submission of one piece of coursework. In line with school policy, you will complete exams at the end of Year 12 which will give a stand-alone AS qualification for anyone not continuing their studies to the full A Level qualification.

    The course content in Year 12 centres on the theme of nationalism, dictatorship and democracy in twentieth century Europe, focusing upon in-depth studies of Germany and Italy.

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      Information Technology

      The objective of this qualification is to give you the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills in IT systems, systems management and social media in business. This will enable you to progress to further study in the IT sector or other sectors.

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        Law

        You will study two components in the first year of the course covering a variety of legal topics. The first is concerned with how laws are made and the legal system and covers issues such as statutory interpretation, judicial precedent, the role of the courts, judges, the legal profession and juries. Component two is based on the concept of liability with particular reference to criminal liability and includes studying crimes such as actual and grievous bodily harm. You will also study the Tort of Negligence, looking at negligence, duty of care and damages. A final component is studied in Year 13. This unit is concerned with Contract Law and how they are formed, as well as looking at concepts of law, including morality, judicial creativity and fault.

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          Further Mathematics/ 

          Mathematics

          Mathematics is one of the most marketable A Levels in terms of acceptability, in particular courses/careers in Mathematics, Engineering and most areas of Physics (Further Mathematics may be required for some of these courses).

          Mathematics A Level is very well regarded by both employers and Higher Education institutions. Research has shown that studying Mathematics at A Level can increase your lifetime earnings by 10%, on average.

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          We offer an A Level course in Further Mathematics in addition to the A Level in Mathematics. This course is a really exciting opportunity for those who wish to take the ideas and concepts of Mathematics a stage further and who enjoy the twists and turns of Mathematical exploration. It is strongly advised that if you wish to take Mathematics based degrees you should study Further Mathematics. We have small supportive groups and have a 100% pass rate producing students who have gone to study at Oxford and Durham.

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            Media

            Media plays a central role in contemporary culture, society and politics, shaping our perceptions of the world through the representations, ideas and points of view they offer. We teach you a range of media forms in terms of a theoretical framework which consists of media language, representation, media industries and audiences. The study of a wide range of rich and stimulating media products from television, magazines, radio, music video, film, advertising and marketing, online and video games offers you the opportunity to critically explore and reflect, analyse and debate the ideologies expressed by the media and best prepare them for a career in Media.

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              Medical Science 

              This qualification provides you with the knowledge, understanding and skills in key scientific principles to support your progress to higher education or employment in areas of Medical Science, such as job roles in physiological sciences or clinical laboratory services. Each unit of the Diploma has a clear medical science purpose which focuses the learning of scientific knowledge, understanding and skills into a meaningful context.

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                Modern Foreign languages

                The WJEC Eduqas AS in Languages introduces you to advanced language studies and provides an engaging and inviting opportunity for you to build on your previous study. Through social, intellectual and cultural themes you will be able to develop their linguistic knowledge and cultural understanding of the countries/ communities where the language is spoken. The opportunity to study literature or film will allow you to develop critical understanding of a work and its language structures and to increase their cultural awareness as part of an integrated approach to language learning. A strong focus is placed on building your confidence and fluency in the spoken language using relevant and topical themes.

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