Course Information

Our focus is on preparing students for progression to study at the most prestigious universities or secure access to high quality apprenticeships and we work closely with universities and businesses to ensure that our subjects offer students the best possible chance of success in the future! 

Using our years of experience, through Beauchamp College, we provide a curriculum that will prepare students to become the next leaders and innovators of the future. 

Subject choices

Students will be required to study a minimum of three A level courses, two of which must be from the traditional academic core: Biology, Chemistry, English Literature, Geography, History, Physics, Modern and classical languages, Maths and Further Maths. Further choices can be made from: Classics, Computing, Economics, Geology, Psychology, Sociology and Business

In addition students will be required to study at least one enrichment option from: Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), International Financial Services (IFS), Core Maths or Academic Literacy.

Further information about which A level courses are appropriate for particular degree courses can be found here. Please email [email protected] or call us on 0116 497 9330 for more information.

Academic Literacy

The Academic Literacy Course aims to guide students through the range of writing and reading tasks that are required of them in an academic context.

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This A-level Business course introduces you to all you need to know about working in business, providing a solid foundation for further study. With a focus on helping you to b…

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Have you ever wondered why graphene, an allotrope of carbon is 100 times stronger than steel? Do you have aspirations to design a life-saving drug or a space capsule?

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Classic Civilisation

Classics is an interdisciplinary subject devoted to the study of the literature, history, philosophy, languages and archaeology of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.

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Computer Science

Are you a logical thinker and enjoy problem solving? Will it interest you to explore how computers work and investigate what they are used for? Do you recognise that creating…

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Core Maths

Mathematical problem-solving and reasoning is becoming increasingly important in the workplace, higher education and in everyday life.

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Economics is a subject that helps you make these links and see the bigger picture. We develop our students to think independently and form opinions on how to overcome the chal…

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English Literature

Do you have a passion for reading? Are you interested in the human condition? Do you want an A-Level that is recognised as beneficial to any and all career pathways?

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Extended Project Qualification

The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) involves producing a single piece of work, with an almost completely free choice of topic, requiring a high degree of planning, prepar…

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Further Maths

Mathematics is the tool we use to fully understand the world around us. From the movement of a football through the air, to the trends in financial markets

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Are you interested in environmental issues? Are you interested in current affairs? Do you want an A-level that includes both humanities and scientific study?

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Do volcanoes and earthquakes fascinate you? Have you ever looked at the landscape and wondered why it looks that way? When you were young did you collect pebbles or shells on…

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Mathematics is the tool we use to fully understand the world around us. From the movement of a football through the air, to the trends in financial markets, we use mathematics…

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Modern Languages

In French A level students study technological and social change, looking at diversity and the benefits it brings. They will study highlights of French-speaking artistic cultu…

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If you would like to sharpen your analytical skills and try to answer the most fundamental questions you will really enjoy Philosophy and Ethics. This course is intellectually…

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Does the universe fascinate you? Are you always questioning the way things work?

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How much control do you have over your own behaviour? Are we the product of our environments and genes? Where do we draw the line between normal and abnormal behaviour?

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More than once during the course you’re bound to ask yourself the question, “why has society developed like this? With poverty, ignorance, crime and injustice.”

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