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Last updated: October 11th, 2021
 

Post-16 Curriculum

Post-16 Curriculum

All students in the Sixth Form will study a minimum of three Level 3 qualifications (there is an option for some students to study 4) alongside an enrichment programme consisting of spiritual development and key skills. As part of the key skills offering, all students have the option of completing an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). We offer a wide variety of A Level and Level 3 BTEC courses. For details of all the qualifications that we offer in the Sixth Form please scroll down.

Mrs Risman, has put together a short video to help you understand the different types of qualifications and to help you make the right choice about what to study in the Sixth Form. Please make the time to watch it before you have a look at what the subjects have to offer.

 

Choosing the right options post 16

Over the course of the two years there are plenty of opportunities to be involved in the Student Leadership Team, sports teams (either through the Sports Academy or by coaching the younger students) and wider life of the school. We provide an extensive range of careers support and guidance so that our students are supported, prepared and ready to take their next steps.

The subjects we offer at the SJB Sixth Form

Level 3 BTEC Qualifications

Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Applied ScienceLevel 3 Extended Certificate in Creative Digital Media Production

Pearson Level 3 National Extended Certificate in BusinessNational Extended Certificate in Sport

Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Travel and Tourism

GCE A Level Qualifications

BiologyBusiness Studies

ChemistryComputer Science

Drama and TheatreEconomics

English LiteratureEnglish Language

Film StudiesFine Art

Further MathematicsGeography

Graphic CommunicationHistory

MathematicsMedia Studies

Modern Foreign languages (French)Modern Foreign languages (Italian)

Modern Foreign languages (Spanish)Music

Philosophy and EthicsPhotography

Physical EducationPhysics

PoliticsProduct Design

PsychologySociology