Virtual A-Level Open Day
Saturday 17 October 2020
This event has two start times of 10am and 11.45am.
The event timings are:
|10am - 11.30am
|11.45am - 1pm
Students and parents are invited to listen to a presentation from the College’s Principal, Andy Broadbent, and Head of Sixth Form, Jane Ives, to learn more about our distinctive A-Level and support package offered to our students. You will hear from previous students and get an opportunity to ask our team any questions you may have.
Following the short presentation, you will have the opportunity to move around our virtual classrooms to speak to our A-Level tutors and get a taste of the subjects we offer.
All of the subjects that we offer as part of our A-Level programme are listed below:
- Art & Design (Fine Art)
- Classical Civilisation
- English Language
- English Literature
- Film Studies
- Further Mathematics
- Religious Studies
- BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Applied Science
- Level 3 Diploma Criminology
Joining our Sixth Form Centre will provide you with an unforgettable experience!
Studying A-Levels is hard work but made rewarding and enjoyable thanks to our dedicated A-Level teaching staff – up to the challenge?
Join us to virtually meet your lecturers, take a virtual tour around the college campus and speak to some of our past and present students.
This event is specifically for students currently in Year 11 and their parents.
You will need to pre-register so you can take part in this exciting virtual event. Please book your place below:
Register now for A-Level Open Day
Please note - only one booking will be accepted per family.
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