Education for Life

A Level

GCE A level is one of the world’s most recognised qualifications, leading students to direct university entry. To obtain this qualification, students undertake a two year course in three to four subjects normally starting at the age of 16. After one year of study, students may sit an AS level in the subject, which they have been studying, since these have been de-coupled from A levels and are now a free-standing qualification in their own right. At the end of the two year course, the full A level examination is taken.

At Brooke House, a full range of A level courses are offered, including, but not exclusively:

Accounting Art History Biology
Business Studies Chemistry Computing
Economics English Fine Art
Further Mathematics Geography Government and Political Studies
Graphics History Law
Mathematics Photography Physical Education
 Physics  Psychology  Sociology
 Spanish  Textiles  

Students may study A level on either a two year (six-term) course, commencing in September, or on an 18-month (five-term) course, commencing in January, each year.

* Additional course options can be made available by arrangement with the academic departments concerned.