A-Levels at Coulsdon College

A-levels offer students the opportunity to specialise in subjects they are passionate about or that align with their career aspirations.

What are A Levels?

A-levels are advanced level qualifications typically taken by students aged 16-18, usually after completing their GCSEs (General Certificate of Secondary Education). A-levels are typically studied over two years and are one of many ways for access into higher education institutions such as universities.

What A levels do we offer?

Our A-level curriculum covers a wide range of subjects, including but not limited to:

Why Study A-Levels at Coulsdon?

A-levels offer students the opportunity to specialise in subjects they are passionate about or that align with their career aspirations. They provide a rigorous academic foundation for further study at university or entry into the workforce. Additionally, A-level qualifications are recognised internationally, making them valuable for students pursuing opportunities abroad.

  • Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics
  • Humanities: History, Geography, Economics, Politics
  • Languages: English Literature, Modern Languages
  • Social Sciences: Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology
  • Arts: Art and Design, Music, Drama

Each subject is usually studied in depth, with students taking exams at the end of the course. The assessment often includes a combination of written exams, coursework, and practical assessments, depending on the subject.

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