When choosing option subjects, students must take into account their own academic strengths and weaknesses and also possible future career paths. It is expected that they discuss possible choices with their families, agencies, sales representative and academic principal email@example.com
All students must choose 3 subjects from the 5 blocks, one in each different block, they cannot choose two from the same block.. So they won´t need to choose any options in two of the blocks.
• Non-native speakers should select at least four subjects including ESOL. All non-native speakers must select ESOL in Block E. If a student's level of English is B2 and above, they can consider taking a 4th A level option.
• Native speakers should select at least three subjects
Students cannot take Business and Economics
Spanish native speakers cannot choose Spanish in the blocks as that subject is Spanish as second language
French native speakers cannot choose French in the blocks as that subject is French as second language
Students interested in Spanish and French as GCE second language need to have some minimum knowledge of the language, as these subjects are not for beginners.
Own Language. * For international students, we strongly encourage students to select their native language where a GCE examination is available. If you have doubts please contact your sales representative and we will be able to advice you. Their native language can be used to validate qualifications and also be used as an extra qualification for University applications etc. To select your native language and sign up for lessons, please fill the form here Language Lessons
In addition to studying subjects as A Levels all students will have two lessons per week of sports instruction.
Learning Support (Personal Education Needs [PEN]) is also available at an extra cost. PEN lessons
Option choices should be submitted to the school as soon as possible, ideally before 1st August 2024 in order to guarantee your first choice of subjects.
The school reserves the right not to offer a subject if there is insufficient demand. These options may be subject to change.
Students are required to choose at least 3 A levels, they cannot choose two from the same block.