Students at Queen's College study the two year A Level course in small class sizes. Most students take four subjects in the first year and then drop one subject, taking three subjects on to the higher level.
University offers are made on three subjects and although some students do opt to study a fourth A Level, we encourage students to pursue a wide variety of co-curricular activities in the fourth block, developing leadership skills, undertaking community work or developing the personal and life skills much sought after at university level.
A minimum of five passes at GCSE, grade C and above, is required for entry to the Sixth Form and candidates without GCSE Maths or English Language will be required to re-sit these subjects in Year 12. EAL students follow an IELTS course instead of GCSE English and we aim to get all our international students to Level 7 to enable them to access the university course of their choice.
The Sixth Form Academic Handbook gives more information about individual subjects ... CLICK HERE.
CLICK HERE to see our A Level results for the past three years.
Results in A Level examinations have been above the national average