A Level

GCE A level is one of the world’s most recognised qualifications, allowing students to direct university entry. To obtain this qualification, students undertake a two-year course in three or four subjects normally starting at the age of 16. At the end of the two-year course, the full A level examination is taken. Brooke House College also offers an accelerated five-term course for January intake pupils.

At Brooke House, a full range of A level courses are offered, including, but not exclusively:

Accounting

Art

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Computing

Economics

English Literature

Further Mathematics

German

Geography

Government and Politics

Graphics

History

Law

Mathematics

Photography

Physical Education

 Physics

PSHCE

 Psychology

 Sociology

  Spanish

 

 

Other subjects may be available upon request.

Click on any subject above to visit the examination board's specification/syllabus for the examinations taken at Brooke House College