NEW FOR 2019 Not all types of crime are alike. What different types of crime take place in our society? How do we decide what behaviour is criminal? What is the difference between criminal
This 100% practical course focuses on the performance of contemporary dance aiming to develop the skills needed to bring this style of dance to life.
You will participate in a variety of workshops provided by cutting edge professional dance artists and form your own dance company performing both in and out of College. You will develop your skills in performance, choreography style, culture and notation.
Ever wondered how digital games are made, what is involved in creating characters and environments, and how digital games are scripted? Is a career in this exciting and fast-developing industry right for you? Then look no further than the Diploma in Digital Games Design and Development.
By taking this course you will gain an appreciation of why money is important through focusing on what money is; attitudes to it; and how it can affect life choices You will learn how to
Studying Economics gives you the opportunity to look at the fundamental forces which affect our lives and studies how people, businesses and the government make decisions about how to allocate their scarce resources.
This course will develop your communication and writing skills through a range of practical applications.
Students will have the opportunity to re-sit GCSE English if they did not achieve a Grade C at school. Also, students who have never taken the qualification will have the opportunity to do so.
Birth, death, life and everything in between – this is English Literature. The course builds directly on the skills you have gained from your GCSE study of Literature. You will study a wide range of novels, plays and poetry from different periods and will discover both contemporary and older texts.