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Students at Egglescliffe follow a broad and balanced curriculum.

At Egglescliffe we are able to offer a broad range of A-Levels, Applied A-Levels and BTECs. The Sixth Form College currently offers more than 25 subjects at post-16. Prospective sixth from students are supported through their option choice to ensure they follow an appropriate pathway to maximise their potential for success at the end of the two years.

Curriculum Documents

KS5 Curriculum (16-18)


KS5 Curriculum (17-19)


Our Prospectus, Application form and other relative documents can be found here.

Choosing a Course

Why study A-levels?

A Levels will give you a chance to find out about your GCSE subjects in greater depth or do one of the subjects that many schools and colleges only offer at A Level such as law, economics or psychology. A levels are mostly assessed by written exams, although there’s also some coursework in some subjects. In subjects like science and art, your practical skills are also assessed. The majority of courses are at least 75% formal examination which will be sat at the end of the two years.

Both universities and employers really value A Levels. After A Level qualifications, many students continue their study or training through an apprenticeship, vocational qualification or a higher education course at a university or college.

Why study BTECS?

BTEC Level 3 Nationals are equivalent in standard to A levels, providing specialist qualifications for learners who have a clear line of sight to their future career or are planning to progress through further or higher education. They’re suitable for students aged 16 and over. BTEC National qualifications provide specialist, work-related learning across a range of vocational sectors. They give learners the knowledge, understanding and skills that they need to prepare for employment, as well as providing career development opportunities for those already in work. BTEC National qualifications provide a more practical, real-world way of learning and their value is widely recognised by teaching professionals, employers, higher education and students. BTEC Nationals are highly regarded by universities, further education colleges and employers.

A Level Art A Level Biology A Level Business
A Level Chemistry A Level Computer Science BTEC Core Mathematics
A Level Design and Technology A Level Drama and Theatre Studies A Level Economics
A Level English Language A Level English Literature A Level French
A Level Further Maths A Level Geography A Level German
BTEC Health and Social Care A Level History A Level Information Technology
A Level Law A Level Maths A Level Media Studies
A Level Music A Level Philosophy and Ethics A Level Photography
A Level Physical Education A Level Physics A Level Politics
A Level Psychology A Level Sociology