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Other A-Levels

Fine Art Our fine Art course covers a broad range of creative experiences that provide students with opportunities to develop personal responses to ideas, observations, experiences, environments and cultures in practical, critical and contextual forms.
Business Studies Business Studies is a dynamic subject and helps you understand how businesses operate today. It provides a critical awareness of the impact of external influences such as the recent UK recession and the way in which businesses respond to these changes.
Computing This course, with its emphasis on abstract thinking, general problem solving, algorithmic and mathematical reasoning, scientific and engineering-based thinking and is a good foundation for further study.
Economics There has never been a more exciting time to study this subject as the world economic climate has gone through such a challenging period over the last couple of years. Some students link it to history, politics and law or sociology while others see it as a passage to a university related degree.
 Philosophy and Ethics Philosophy  develops skills that are useful and transferable: all disciplines and professions can benefit from the systematic thought processes and clarity of expression that Philosophy develops.
ICT ICT is one of those great subjects that lets you maximise on your own strengths. If you turn out to have a really technical interest in ICT, you could work for a bank or corporation helping to design systems which transfer information from a database to a terminal. But if you’re more interested in the user interface, you could work in advertising or for a handset manufacturer.
Media Studies Twenty years ago the media really meant printed publication, television and radio but now technology has opened a new world of communications through the internet, mobile phones and more besides. Most people are affected by the media but few have a good understanding of it and this course aims to put that right.
Music This is a rewarding but demanding course for all budding musicians or for those who see music being a major part of their working lives. Composition, and the understanding of a variety of music forms is one part and performances is the other.
Psychology This is the study of human behaviour and is therefore relevant to everyday life. It is also a very interesting subject as it focuses on who we are and why we behave as we do. for example, what causes us to have different personalities and why do some people develop personality disorders?
Sociology Sociology is an exciting subject that challenges your everyday experiences. It is the study of the relationship between the individual and society. Have you ever wondered why people exhibit certain behaviours? How do we become the people that we are? Sociology provides an opportunity to develop a better understanding of the social world, by examining social influences such as families, schools, friends and the media.