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GCSE Computer Science helps you think about how technology is created.

What will you study? 

Over the course you will cover the following: 

• Computational thinking: this is the process of thinking through a complex problem, taking the time to understand what the problem is and then develop potential solutions for evaluation. These are then presented in a way that a computer, a human, or both, can understand. 

• Theoretical content: here you will understand the fundamentals of data representation and computer networks. You will earn about the computer systems that you will create and use and also delve in to the world cyber security and ethical legal and environmental impacts of digital technology. 

• Aspects of software development: understand how to implement and test a design to make sure it works effectively. Learn how to complete an overall evaluation to help refine the end product. 

How will you be assessed? 

You will have two written exams which are 1 hour 30 minutes each. Together they contribute 100% of your overall grade. Your programming project assesses your ability to use the knowledge and skills gained through the course to solve a practical programming problem. You will follow a systematic approach to problem-solving and will be assessed over 20 hours of work.

This course has been designed to stimulate, inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential by challenging your examination skills. We provide appropriate exercises to suit your ability level and help you stretch and challenge yourself. You will develop your mathematical skills and engage in lively classes that cover the following topics and prepare you for your examination: Number Algebra Ratio, proportion and rates of change Geometry and measures Probability Statistics You will develop fluent knowledge, skills and understanding of mathematical methods and concepts, and acquire, select and apply mathematical techniques to solve problems. This will allow you to reason mathematically, make deductions and inferences and draw conclusions - all whilst developing the skills to comprehend, interpret and communicate mathematical information, in a variety of forms appropriate to the information and context.

This engaging and effective qualification introduces students to the fundamentals of psychology, developing critical analysis, independent thinking and research skills. 

This course has been designed to enable students of all abilities to develop their French language skills to their full potential, equipping them with the knowledge to communicate in a variety of contexts with confidence. 

Language is for life, and we're passionate about the benefits learning a language can bring. We strongly believe in languages as a skill for life and something students should enjoy and find rewarding.

We know you want a specification which you can enjoy teaching, and one which stimulates your students' cultural knowledge whilst developing their language skills.

We are confident our assessments will deliver the right results for your students. We want to help you to attract students of all abilities to languages and to deliver the assessments and results you and your students deserve.


This course has been designed to stimulate, inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential by challenging your examination skills. We provide appropriate exercises to suit your ability level and help you stretch and challenge yourself. You will develop your mathematical skills and engage in lively classes that cover the following topics and prepare you for your examination: 

  • Number
  • Algebra
  • Ratio, proportion and rates of change
  • Geometry and measures 
  • Probability 
  • Statistics

You will develop fluent knowledge, skills and understanding of mathematical methods and concepts, and acquire, select and apply mathematical techniques to solve problems. This will allow you to reason mathematically, make deductions and inferences and draw conclusions - all whilst developing the skills to comprehend, interpret and communicate mathematical information, in a variety of forms appropriate to the information and context. 



This course has been designed to stimulate, inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential by challenging your examination skills. We provide appropriate exercises to suit your ability level and help you stretch and challenge yourself. You will develop your mathematical skills and engage in lively classes that cover the following topics and prepare you for your examination: 

  • Number
  • Algebra
  • Ratio, proportion and rates of change
  • Geometry and measures 
  • Probability 
  • Statistics

You will develop fluent knowledge, skills and understanding of mathematical methods and concepts, and acquire, select and apply mathematical techniques to solve problems. This will allow you to reason mathematically, make deductions and inferences and draw conclusions - all whilst developing the skills to comprehend, interpret and communicate mathematical information, in a variety of forms appropriate to the information and context. 

The fast track option is designed for those students who didn't achieve the grades they required in the previous summer's examination and want the best opportunity to succeed in the November resit examinations. This means you will receive eight weeks intensive tuition followed by two examinations in November.


Our courses have been designed to inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential. We provide appropriate exercises to suit your ability level and help you stretch and challenge yourself. You will be invited into a world of imagination as you study Shakespeare, a 19th century novel, a modern text and a selection of poetry . You will engage with texts from the 16th century onward, to stimulate your mind allowing you to engage critically and analytically with the text. You will develop higher-order reading and critical thinking skills that encourage genuine enquiry into different topics and themes.

The texts:

  • Macbeth
  • The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
  • Animal Farm
  • A  poetry anthology

Assessment is through two terminal examinations.

The fast track option is designed for those students who didn't achieve the grades they required in the previous summer's examination and want the best opportunity to succeed in the November resit examinations. This means you will receive eight weeks intensive tuition followed by two examinations in November.

Our courses have been designed to inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential. We provide appropriate exercises to suit your ability level and help you stretch and challenge yourself. You will be invited into a world of imagination as you study Shakespeare, a 19th century novel, a modern text and a selection of poetry . You will engage with texts from the 16th century onward, to stimulate your mind allowing you to engage critically and analytically with the text. You will develop higher-order reading and critical thinking skills that encourage genuine enquiry into different topics and themes.

The texts:

  • Macbeth
  • The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
  • Animal Farm
  • A  poetry anthology

Assessment is through two terminal examinations.

Our courses have been designed to inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential. We provide appropriate exercises to suit your ability level and help you stretch and challenge yourself. You will be invited into a world of imagination as your study 19th, 20th and 21st century authors and creative writing. You will engage with fiction and non-fiction texts spanning three centuries to stimulate your mind and allowing you to engage critically and analytically with the text. You will develop higher-order reading and critical thinking skills that encourage genuine enquiry into different topics and themes.

Assessment is through two examinations.

Our courses have been designed to inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential. We provide appropriate exercises to suit your ability level and help you stretch and challenge yourself. You will be invited into a world of imagination as your study 19th, 20th and 21st century authors and creative writing. You will engage with fiction and non-fiction texts spanning three centuries to stimulate your mind; allowing you to engage critically and analytically with the text. You will develop higher-order reading and critical thinking skills that encourage genuine enquiry into different topics and themes.

The fast track option is designed for those students who didn't achieve the grades they required in the previous summer's examination and want the best opportunity to succeed in the November resit examinations. This means you will receive eight weeks intensive tuition followed by two examinations in November.

GCSE Biology 8461 gives you the chance to gain a good understanding of human biology, organisms, evolution and the environment.

The specification is based on a series of topics related to the living world and relevant to students. It is designed to help them understand how Science can be used to explain the world in which they live and the impact humans have.

Students' are encouraged to develop practical skills with hands-on work which helps engage and enthuse them. Students can see how science is used to solve problems ranging from infectious diseases to creating biofuels.

It is suitable for students of all abilities, whether they intend further study in Science or not. It can open the doors to future careers in Medicine and the Life Sciences.



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