- Applied Law BTEC (1 A Level Equivalent)
- Biology (A Level)
- Business (A Level)
- Business CTEC (1 A Level Equivalent)
- Chemistry (A Level)
- Computer Science (A Level)
- Criminology Applied Diploma Level 3 ( 1 A Level Equivalent)
- Economics (A Level)
- English Language (A Level)
- English Literature (A Level)
- Fine Art (A Level)
- French (A Level)
- Further Mathematics (A Level)
- Geography (A Level)
- Health & Social Care BTEC (1 A Level Equivalent)
- Health & Social Care BTEC (3 A Level Equivalent)
- History (A Level)
- ICT CTEC (1 A Level Equivalent)
- Mathematics (A Level)
- Media (A Level)
- Law (A Level)
- Photography (A Level)
- Physical Education (A Level)
- Physics (A Level)
- Psychology (A Level)
- Sociology (A Level)
- Spanish (A Level)
- Sport BTEC (1 A Level Equivalent)
- Sport BTEC (3 A Level Equivalent)
- 3D Design (A Level)
Curriculum Leader: Mrs Lyndele Fozard
In the Visual Arts Department, we aim to provide and portray a lively, challenging and happy environment in which students can learn and explore, breaking new boundaries. Students will learn how to convey and interpret ideas, feelings and observations into three-dimensional work and record experiences, in visual form, through a variety of media. They will develop theoretical knowledge and understanding of relevant materials, processes, technologies and resources and experience using tools, equipment and machinery to design and make their 3 Dimensional pieces.
Why Study 3D Design?
The personal attributes and skills that you develop whilst studying 3D Design are vast. As students push themselves to explore unfamiliar techniques and materials, they will develop the tenacity required to problem solve at higher levels. They will become independent in their thinking and resilient in their attitudes. By analysing and researching the work of other practitioners, students develop lifelong skills that are transferable into any career path.
Assessment is through a comination of coursework, portfolio work and an externally assessed assignment.
Component 1 is a Personal Investigation worth 60% of the full A Level which is made up of a work journal, coursework, final pieces and a 1000-3000 word study.
Non exam assessment (NEA) set and marked by the centre and moderated by AQA during a visit to the centre.
5 GCSE’s at grade 5 or above. Students must have achieved grade 5 or above in Maths and English.
Entry is subject to a portfolio review.