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KS5 (Sixth Form Curriculum)

Students choose three subjects to study in the Sixth Form. Some students who have achieved a significantly high point score at GCSE will be able to choose a fourth subject. All students will opt to take the EPQ or GCSE astronomy alongside their A Level choices and Year 12 students will also complete the Cranbrook Diploma. This is built around a series of challenges that best prepare students for success at university. These range from extended reading, public speaking, the Extended Project Qualification, charity work, sport and music.

 

Subjects available to study at A Level are:

  • Art
  • English literature
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Classical civilisation
  • Drama and theatre
  • Economics
  • French
  • Further maths
  • Geography
  • Government and politics
  • History (early modern)
  • History (later modern)
  • Maths
  • Philosophy and ethics
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Spanish.

Please see the Sixth Form option booklet for further information on courses.

In addition to nine periods of 55 minutes per fortnight for A Levels, students also have games and general studies lessons.

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