The Subjects Available


Most GCSE subjects can be taught through e-learning.  Some of these can be covered entirely by the Service (including the coursework elements); others can be supported by the E-Learning Service with the coursework being set, marked and monitored by the school.  In addition, some subjects may not lead to accreditation but can be offered as ‘interest’ subjects to engage the pupil.  Literacy and Numeracy for primary students is also available.

GCSE: GCSE and iGCSE subjects which can be covered by the E-Learning Service (including the coursework components):


    ·         Biology

    ·         Business Studies

                  ·         Chemistry

    ·         Economics

    ·         English Language

    ·         English Literature

    ·         Geography

    ·         History

    ·         Maths

    ·         RS, Applied Ethics &Philosophy

    ·         Physics

    ·         Science


Functional Skills qualifications offered by the E-Learning Service

                    ·            English
                 ·            ICT
                 ·            Maths  













GCSE subjects which can be supported by the E-Learning Service (with the coursework and practical elements being set, marked and monitored by the school):

 

·         Art

·         Childcare

·         Computer Science

·         French

·         Graphics

·         Health& Social Care

·         Media Studies

 

 

Special Interest subjects which are not accredited: 
Car Maintenance Theory

                ·   History of Art
                ·   Leisure & Tourism
                ·   Politics
                ·   Photography
                ·   PSHE
                ·   Motor Vehicle Maintenance Theory
                ·   Small Animal Care

Primary

Numeracy, Literacy and Science are available for primary aged students.

AS and A Level

If A level teaching is required, please get in touch and we will see if lessons can be provided at this level in the subject required.

 

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