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A-levels

Choosing A-levels can be a daunting task, and Hurst aims to provide all prospective Sixth Formers – both from within and outside the college – with as much support and information as possible about the opportunities that lie before them.

The college currently offers a large range of A-level subjects. To help with decision-making, prospective Sixth Formers and parents are invited to a Sixth Form Choices Morning, when the heads of every academic department deliver talks on their subjects and programmes of study.聽聽

Our advice to students is consistent 鈥 focus first on what you love. There are other considerations, such as required subjects for their higher education ambitions and entrance requirements in the form of GCSE grades which need to be met 鈥 but first and foremost is a passion for the subjects. Young people should spend their Sixth Form years studying the subjects that fascinate them.

A-levels have changed considerably in the last few years, and the Hurst Sixth Form has changed to reflect that. The college does not enter Lower Sixth students for AS-levels, which do not contribute to final A-level grades, instead we set our own internal predicted grade exams at the end of the first year. This allows more time for students to develop a deeper conceptual understanding which is the key to A-level success.

Art and Photography
Biology
Business Studies
Chemistry
Classics
Computer Science
Dance
Design and Technology
Drama
Economics
English
Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
Geography
History
Mathematics
Modern Foreign Languages
Music
PE and Sports Science
Physics
Politics
Psychology
Religion, Ethics & Philosophy
Sociology