We offer further and higher education programmes at a range of stages, helping you progress towards your chosen career goals. These include GCSEs, A-Levels and BTECs.
You will need to meet some entry requirements to start your chosen programme. However, if you receive a conditional offer from us and you don't meet the conditions of your offer, we may be able to help you find an alternative course. This could be at a different stage or in a different subject. We look at every case in an individual basis. Please contact us to see how we can help you.
GCSEs are usually taken at age 16, at the end of school year 11. They are also suitable for adults who are returning to study.
GCSEs are offered across Levels 1 and 2 of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). They are assessed using both coursework and exams.
Students usually need to achieve a number of GCSE passes before starting out on a Further education programme (for those aged 16 or over). If they have not achieved a grade C in English or maths, there will be a need to re-take these alongside their studies. Those with a grade D will usually re-take GCSEs. Those with a lower grade will usually take Functional Skills examinations.
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