Year 10 Discovery Courses

If you are in year 10 and considering what you want to study in year 12, why not attend one of our Discovery Courses.  There are 19 subjects to choose from, it only requires one hour of your time and it could introduce you to some new and exciting subject choices for A Level and BTEC.

The Discovery Courses will help you understand what the content of each subjects is, how it is studied and how it can be applied. You will find out whether this is interesting to you, how the subject fits your strengths and skills and how this will help you progess to a career in the future.

The Discovery Courses are from 4.30pm - 5.30pm each Tuesday afternoon from 6th  - 27th June.  You are welcome to just book one course or a series of courses, (one from each week).  The courses are completely free but places are limited. Use the 'Book Tickets' button at the bottom of the page to apply. 

Choose from

27th June 2023

Dance - Commercial and Jazz

Join the dance department for our exciting Commercial and Jazz based workshop. Explore a range of choreographic devices. Work as a duet and in small groups to create an end product and explore what it's like to be part of the Department.

Economics - FULL

Why are prices increasing? Why do I have to pay tax? What role does the Government play in ensuring I am a healthy, happy individual? Was BREXIT a good idea? Where does money come from? These are the types of questions that an Economist might ask? Economics is a social science and students studying it often move into careers areas such as Accountancy, Finance, Insurance and Business. This introductory session will be a series of debates and discussion over some of the key issues in the news today using some basic Economic Analysis.

Debates in History FULL

Perhaps you have loved studying History at GCSE, or perhaps you left it behind in year 9 and have become more interested in it since - either way come along to the History A Level taster session to find out more about what it's like to study History at A Level. We will be exploring topics linked to our two popular courses (Democracy and Dictatorship and Revolutions and Rebellions) through a mixture of activities we use on the courses, including debates, discussions and group work.

Creative Writing

Language and Literature – the art behind great stories. Pull apart a narrative and write one yourself, with advice from a published writer.

Don't Forget

Don't forget that our Open Evening is on 5th July and you will have an opportunity to bring your parents to discuss your choices further.


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