Applied Human Biology forms the foundation of the Health and Science sectors. This course provides the opportunity for progression into Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health and Sciences including Life Sciences, Clinical Biomedical Sciences and Physiological Sciences.
This course is for people with a strong interest in Science who wish to follow careers in one of the many areas of Science.
Biology is a rapidly developing science at the forefront of some of the most exciting issues in the news today.
Almost every new technological change and important discovery has its foundations in Chemistry. A Level Chemistry will give you an insight into many of the issues we face today, such as combating climate change and designing new drugs through a practical-based course using top university facilities.
Interested in what makes computers tick? Want an introduction to computing? If you like solving problems and you can think logically then Computing is the subject for you.
This course is designed to provide learners with knowledge and skills in computing, including programming, problem solving and logic techniques.
What is an imaginary number and how can you solve equations that can’t be solved using algebra? What is the best route if you have to deliver parcels around the country? By studying Further Mathematics you will be able to answer these questions and many more.
Why do earthquakes occur where they do? What shapes the landscape? How did dinosaurs become extinct? If you’re intrigued by the Earth’s structure, composition and development over time and enjoy learning in a hands-on environment, then Geology is the subject for you.
The set of skills you will learn by studying A Level Mathematics opens up a wide range of career opportunities. At both AS and A2 level you will study a core of mathematics modules which provide a solid background in Pure Mathematics.
The aim of the course is to get you through GCSE maths as painlessly as possible so that you can move on to bigger and better things… and maybe even more maths!
The course will appeal to those students who have a keen interest in sport and are regularly involved in performing or coaching.
If you find that the more answers you are given to discover, the more questions you want to ask, then you could well be a physicist in the making and should certainly consider Physics. A wide range of practical work will be used to support your learning and understanding of the universe.
Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and the mind. It offers a unique educational experience that develops a distinct and broad set of skills.
Studying GCSE Science will give you skills that will help in other areas of your learning for example, understanding data, writing hypothesis and asking questions in group discussions.
Studying Statistics at A Level will allow you to develop your skills in answering such questions and dealing with collecting, presenting, analysing and interpreting data in a range of different areas.